MILAN NEWS

Filippo Galli has rejected the chance to become Pippo Inzaghi’s assistant with Milan’s first team, it’s been revealed.
Pippo Inzaghi has been in a meeting with Adriano Galliani this afternoon, and is just confirmation away from becoming the new Milan boss.
Cesare Maldini believes Milan CEO Adriano Galliani has always considered Pippo Inzaghi an ideal fit for the Rossoneri coaching position.
As expected, Unai Emery has signed a new contract with Sevilla that will keep him with the club until 2016.
Clarence Seedorf is reportedly as keen as Milan to resolve his contractual dispute, rather than be placed on gardening leave.
Milan have reportedly presented to Valencia an offer of €3.8m to sign Adil Rami on a permanent deal.
Milan’s backroom reshuffle looks set to put Arrigo Sacchi in charge of youth development and allow Mauro Tassotti to stay on as assistant Coach.
Milan will welcome back Arrigo Sacchi to the club as Head of Youth Development, reports suggest.
Javier Zanetti has revealed that his future with Inter should be clearer next month, as he looks for a suitable role.
Milan reportedly hope to officially unveil Pippo Inzaghi as their new Coach within the next 48 hours.
Italy Coach Cesare Prandelli says this summer’s World Cup could be the chance of Mario Balotelli’s lifetime.
Cristian Brocchi believes former teammate Pippo Inzaghi is ready to make the step up to coaching the Milan first team.
Real Madrid Coach Carlo Ancelotti has backed Pippo Inzaghi to do well as Milan’s new boss.
Sevilla’s sporting director has commented on Milan’s interest in Unai Emery and reiterated that he will renew with the Spanish side.
Flamengo have seemingly ruled themselves out of the running to sign Milan forward Robinho this summer.
Gennaro Gattuso has called on Milan to not go wrong in the transfer window and to not lie to fans about season objectives.
Milan are expected to confirm Pippo Inzaghi as their new Coach, as he meets with Silvio Berlusconi and Adriano Galliani.
Kaka has held ‘secret’ meetings with the Orlando City hierarchy in Brazil, according to reports.
Unai Emery has eased Sevilla fans nerves, claiming that they can ‘rest easy’ despite links of a move to Milan.
Juventus are now Italy’s most highly valued football brand, according to a study released today, ahead of Milan and Inter.