MILAN NEWS

Milan have moved quickly and almost closed for Carpi's Kevin Lasagna and Udinese's Piotr Zielinski.
Marko Pjaca has chosen Juventus ahead of Milan and given Dinamo Zagreb the all-clear to finalise the move, claim Sky Sport Italia.
Udinese confirm Milan talks for Piotr Zielinski, but also noted “there are several clubs interested in him.”
Cristian Brocchi is the new Coach of Serie B side Brescia and reveals he didn’t feel “supported” at Milan.
In a new twist, ‘Mr Bee’ Taechaubol claims he’s ready to buy 48 per cent of Milan and provide €100m “every year for transfers.”
Marko Pjaca hasn’t decided between Milan and Juventus, as the Dinamo Zagreb starlet’s mother reveals he “always watched Italian football.”
Milan could clinch Mateo Musacchio from Villarreal by lowering the €30m asking price with the inclusion of Suso.
Jose Sosa is asking Besiktas to let him complete a transfer to Milan, according to Sky Sport Italia.
Everton and Milan are battling it out for Fiorentina and Croatia midfielder Milan Badelj.
Milan have suddenly surged forward for Piotr Zielinski and expect to sign the Poland international from Udinese within days.
Cagliari are in talks to take full-back Davide Calabria on loan from Milan.
Milan are reportedly close to agreeing a €25m move for Villarreal defender Mateo Musacchio.
Milan met with Mateo Musacchio’s agent again today and attempt to negotiate down the €30m Villarreal asking price.
Jackson Martinez has decided to leave Guangzhou Evergrande and his agent noted “Juventus would be a fantastic option.”
Carlos Bacca’s agent is expected to meet West Ham United next week after Milan received a formal €30m offer.
Mediaset Premium claim Marko Pjaca has changed his mind and is now leaning towards Juventus rather than Milan.
Milan are making an approach to Chelsea for Juventus transfer target Juan Guillermo Cuadrado.
Riccardo Montolivo is impressed with new Milan Coach Vincenzo Montella and says their first objective “is to create team spirit.”
West Ham apparently have a deal with Milan for Carlos Bacca, whom they'll meet next week, but reports are somewhat conflicting.
Dinamo Zagreb director Tomislav Svetina surprisingly claims Milan have no deal in place for Marko Pjaca.