Reports in English media are again linking Cesc Fabregas with a January transfer to Serie A.
It is reported that Rodrigo Bentancur’s move to Juventus has been agreed and will be completed in June.
Suso’s agent reveals he has offers from Italy, Spain and England, but “wanted to stay at Milan to work with Vincenzo Montella.”
Sino-Europe Sports released a statement confirming “everything is progressing rapidly towards the closing for AC Milan.”
Sampdoria’s Lucas Torreira believes Edgar Barreto’s ‘goal’ against Milan should have been allowed to stand.
Vincenzo Montella insists he left Carlos Bacca on the bench against Sampdoria purely as part of squad rotation.
Carlos Bacca respects Milan Coach Vincenzo Montella’s decision to leave him on the bench against Sampdoria.
Giacomo Bonaventura says Milan have achieved nothing despite their victory over Sampdoria.
Carlos Bacca came off the bench to score a late winner as Milan won a hard-fought victory at Sampdoria.
Davide Calabria wants Milan to play in a more proactive manner when they take on Sampdoria.
Carlos Bacca has been dropped to the bench for Milan’s Serie A meeting with Sampdoria.
It is reported that Milan are considering allowing Carlos Bacca to join Chelsea in exchange for Cesc Fabregas.
Director Giovanni Carnevali has revealed he received the congratulations of Arrigo Sacchi after Sassuolo’s win against Athletic Bilbao.
Milan could be reconsidering Massimo Mirabelli for their role of sporting director following revelations about his past.
Milan midfielder Keisuke Honda is reportedly in talks with three MLS clubs, and could move in January.
Milan Coach Vincenzo Montella could reportedly drop Carlos Bacca for tonight’s Sampdoria game.
Cesare Prandelli insists he has “absolutely not” spoken to Inter or Milan about taking over on the bench.
Amid reports of a furious row between Vincenzo Montella and Carlos Bacca, Milan could start Gianluca Lapadula against Sampdoria.
Mattia De Sciglio has been left out of the Milan squad for Sampdoria, as he’s suffering an injury.
Milan will reportedly extend Giacomo Bonaventura and M’Baye Niang’s contracts until 2021.