MILAN NEWS

Milan have confirmed on their official website that Chelsea midfielder Michael Essien is flying in tonight.
Michael Essien has reportedly accepted a move to Milan and will undergo medical tests in the coming hours.
Milan director Barbara Berlusconi met with Clarence Seedorf for a lengthy meeting ahead of training today.
Antonio Nocerino has reportedly arrived in London ahead of completing a move from Milan to West Ham.
Jose Mourinho has indicated that Michael Essien is the only one to now decide on a proposed move to Milan.
Federico Peluso has reportedly stopped Juventus’ attempts to pick up Pablo Armero from Napoli, in refusing to move in the other direction.
Milan are believed to have agreed personal terms with Michael Essien, but have yet to decide on the type of deal to reach with Chelsea.
Marco Borriello looks set to follow Antonio Nocerino out to Premier League club West Ham, as reports suggest a loan has been agreed.
Antonio Nocerino has agreed to join Premier League side West Ham on loan until the end of the season.
Gabriel Paletta is on the verge of leaving Parma for Milan, according to reports in the Italian Press this evening.
Milan have been struck with more injuries this afternoon, with the club confirming that Cristian Zapata and Matias Silvestre have both picked up knocks.
Parma have confirmed the signing of Milan defender Jherson Vergara on a six-month loan deal.
With Massimo Cellino on the brink of buying Leeds United, reports suggest that he has approached Max Allegri about taking over as Coach.
Reports are growing that Milan are closing in on Michael Essien, with his representatives believed to be in the city.
Mattia Perin’s agent has indicated his client will remain with Genoa until at least June, but also said he is ‘ideal for Milan’.
Juventus have overtaken Milan to lead Italy in Deloitte’s Football Money League for 2014 thanks to an almost €80m rise in revenue.
Ricky Kaka has conceded that Milan’s task of qualifying for Europe for next year has become that much harder following Coppa Italia elimination.
Francesco Guidolin praised Udinese for fighting back to beat Milan in the Coppa Italia. “It wasn’t easy to gain confidence.”
Clarence Seedorf saw “positive things and others we have to work on,” but remained “optimistic” after Milan’s Coppa Italia exit.
Udinese midfielder Widmer earned a penalty against Milan and felt the Friulani deserved their Coppa Italia victory.