MILAN NEWS

Milan have finally been sold, say reports, but to a different Chinese conglomerate than the one led by Sonny Wu and Sal Galatioto.
Chinese investors are about to meet Silvio Berlusconi to officially sign for the purchase of Milan.
Fininvest have released an official statement denying that they are in negotiations to sell Milan to the Fosun group.
West Ham are back in for Milan striker Carlos Bacca now that they have qualified for the Europa League.
Milan keep being linked to the Fosun group, who may beat Sonny Wu's conglomerate in the race to buy the club.
Vincenzo Montella says Milan's market has already been 'shared and confirmed', whilst discussing Carlos Bacca, Jeremy Menez and M'Baye Niang.
Vincenzo Montella presents his 'ambitious technical project' for Milan: 'We can't look for alibis anymore, everyone must take responsibility'.
It is reported that Gustavo Gomez will undergo a medical at Milan on Friday ahead of joining the club.
Milan’s Luca Antonelli claims there are not many teams in Serie A who are better than the Rossoneri.
It is reported that former Milan defender Alex is in talks to complete a move to Porto.
Juraj Kucka says Milan 'weren't a group last year, but can return to being one under Vincenzo Montella'.
In spite of the 3-1 defeat to Chelsea, Coach Vincenzo Montella claims it was 'Milan's best match in the pre-season'.
Milan lost 3-1 to Chelsea, playing well in the first half but collapsing when the starters were taken off.
Juventus striker Simone Zaza is courted by Wolfsburg, but would prefer a move to Milan or Roma.
A new Chinese bidder, working with agent Jorge Mendes, shocks Milan by stepping in to steal the club out of Sonny Wu's hands.
Reports in Portugal suggest that Porto are interested in signing Milan’s Luiz Adriano.
Mateo Musacchio has reportedly lost patience with Milan, as a transfer saga with Villarreal drags on.
Antonio Conte warns Milan and Juventus that “Juan Cuadrado is a Chelsea player”.
Udinese midfielder Piotr Zielinski is expected to take his Napoli medical tomorrow, ahead of a €16m move.
The sale of Milan could be in jeopardy, as the exclusivity agreement with a Chinese group has reportedly expired.