MILAN NEWS

Carlos Bacca’s agent confirms “Atletico Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain and others have enquired after” the Milan striker.
According to Italian reports, West Bromwich Albion are the favourites for Palermo forward Franco Vazquez.
Milan are keeping an eye on Paris Saint-Germain talent Javier Pastore once the Chinese takeover is complete.
Atletico Madrid continue their push for Milan striker Carlos Bacca, but the price-tag is €30m.
Dinamo Zagreb confirmed “Napoli made a €35m offer for Marko Pjaca and Marko Rog, but there are obstacles.”
Pier Silvio Berlusconi says his father, Silvio, is selling Milan “for the good of the team”.
Zenit St Petersburg are determined to sign Roma’s Leandro Paredes, reportedly raising their offer.
Silvio Berlusconi is dismissed from hospital and announces 'I sold Milan, but I want €400m for the market'.
Milan's new Coach Vincenzo Montella wants Real Madrid's Mateo Kovacic and Udinese's Piotr Zielinski to build an attacking 4-3-3.
Sampdoria's Massimo Ferrero hails Marco Giampaolo for 'a great championship', bids farewell to Vincenzo Montella, and talks Antonio Cassano and Mario Balotelli.
President Silvio Berlusconi will be released from hospital tomorrow, as the sale of Milan keeps getting delayed.
Leonel Vangioni can't wait to meet Vincenzo Montella at Milan and promises 'I'll work on my defensive phase'.
Milan's Adriano Galliani confirms he had a good meeting with Vincenzo Montella, but answers no more questions.
Vincenzo Montella's number one target for Milan's defence is Villareal's Mateo Musacchio, say reports.
Sampdoria have officially signed Marco Giampaolo as their new Coach, after a complicated market drama.
Barcelona and Juventus are moving for Mattia De Sciglio, but Milan are determined not to sell.
Juventus, Milan and Inter target Marko Pjaca is “happy with Dinamo” but “things change quickly in football”.
New Milan Coach Vincenzo Montella will reportedly meet Adriano Galliani at Casa Milan today.
Croatia international Marko Pjaca seems to be closer to Juventus than Milan, ignoring Inter, Liverpool and Borussia Dortmund.
Axel Witsel is expected to give his decision over the next 24 hours, whittling his options down to Napoli and Everton.