MILAN NEWS

Gianluca Rocchi has been announced as the referee for tomorrow’s big Milan-Napoli clash.
Napoli Coach Maurizio Sarri won’t settle for second-place - “if I settled I’d still be in Serie C”.
Milan Coach Vincenzo Monella sees a tight European race - “we’re all very close together”.
Vincenzo Montella joked that he 'hoped Diego Maradona distracted Napoli' when he visited the squad ahead of their clash with the Rossoneri.
Fenerbahce have approached Juventus for Hernanes, claim reports in Turkey, asking for a loan with €5m option to buy.
Milan confirmed they have made a final offer to Everton for Gerard Deulofeu, believed to be €0.5m for the loan with €18m option to buy.
Gianluigi Donnarumma spoke of his “pride” at wearing the Milan jersey, where he needs to improve and facing hometown club Napoli.
West Ham United are closer than ever to M’Baye Niang after reports Milan have lost patience with the striker.
Milan chief Adriano Galliani confirmed “we presented a definitive offer to Everton for Gerard Deulofeu: paid loan with option to buy.”
Raul Albiol, Vlad Chiriches and Lorenzo Tonelli are in doubt to start for Napoli against Milan on Saturday.
Carlos Bacca’s agent says the striker “always chose Milan” despite offers from "big European clubs" and the Chinese Super League.
Reports suggest Milan want Napoli’s Manolo Gabbiadini, but it would have to wait until the summer.
Everton manager Ronald Koeman opens the door to Milan, as he confirms Gerard Deulofeu can leave.
Napoli midfielder Jorginho warns “we have to focus on ourselves” rather than chasing down Juventus.
Milan TV reports that there is “optimism” for the Gerard Deulofeu deal, but talks with Everton are ongoing.
Gianluigi Donnarumma’s father hopes Napoli “can do something extraordinary”, but that they lose to Milan on Saturday.
Milan Badelj’s agent believes “Fiorentina are not willing to sell” the midfielder but “I’ll be in Milan at the end of January…”
Mino Raiola is continuing to delay Gianluigi Donnarumma’s Milan renewal, according to reports.
Milan reportedly met with the agent of Atalanta’s Papu Gomez, but it’s unlikely he’ll arrive in January.
Marco van Basten warns a Milan owned by Chinese investors “does not sit well with me”, and discusses the state of calcio.