MILAN NEWS

Sal Galatioto, who is mediating the sale of Milan to a Chinese conglomerate, landed in Italy today.
Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli was reportedly at the scene of a huge brawl in Lonato, but his involvement remains unclear.
Philippe Mexes, about to leave Milan, sends a message to Roma: 'If Coach Luciano Spalletti needs me, I can help.'
Pisa have earned promotion to Serie B after a chaotic play-off against Foggia, which saw Coach Gennaro Gattuso struck by a bottle.
Mattia De Sciglio revealed the biggest jokers in the Italy squad, Paolo Maldini inspiration and why he’ll never be a Coach.
Palermo are the latest Serie A club to attract interest from Chinese investors, according to reports.
Marco Giampaolo is re-emerging as an option for the Milan bench, as Manuel Pellegrini reportedly asked for too much money.
West Bromwich Albion have joined the race for Palermo star Franco Vazquez, along with Roma, Milan and Tottenham.
Manolo Gabbiadini seems to be heading to Germany, as Wolfsburg and Schalke 04 emerge as favourites for the Napoli striker.
Gareth Bale’s free kick and a scuffed Hal Robson-Kanu effort allowed Wales to beat Marek Hamsik’s Slovakia 2-1 in Bordeaux.
As Silvio Berlusconi awaits heart surgery, intermediary Sal Galatioto flies in for talks with Fininvest over the Milan sale.
Jose Mourinho has reportedly told Matteo Darmian that he’ll be staying at Manchester United, despite Juventus interest.
Mattia De Sciglio hailed Antonio Conte for “the ability to make you memorise movements quickly” and is regaining his confidence.
Carlos Bacca could be tempted into leaving Milan for a reunion with Unai Emery at Paris Saint-Germain.
Silvio Berlusconi’s health problems have reportedly seen the deadline for Milan’s sale postponed until June 30.
Empoli President Fabrizio Corsi insists “we have not been contacted by Milan” for Riccardo Saponara.
Milan have officially announced that Cristian Zapata and Jherson Vergara’s contracts have been extended until 2019.
Real Madrid's Mateo Kovacic is open to a move to Serie A clubs Juventus, Milan or Roma, say reports.
Silvio Berlusconi will have heart surgery to replace an aortic valve, his doctor has confirmed.
Cristian Brocchi hopes Silvio Berlusconi doesn’t sell Milan and insists it’s “not just for my fate”.