MILAN NEWS

Beppe Marotta confirmed Juventus are “optimistic” over Juan Cuadrado from Chelsea, while there’s still time to sell Simone Zaza.
Jose Sosa’s international transfer has not arrived from Besiktas, so he is out of tomorrow’s Serie A opener against Torino.
Torino Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic is “disappointed I didn’t get to finish the season with Milan, but will salute everyone with affection.”
Vincenzo Montella warned Milan fans not to expect too much this season, including transfers, as “our objective is to become a team.”
Vincenzo Montella warned he wants Milan to “play as a team” against Torino, while welcoming Jose Sosa and Gustavo Gomez.
Marco Verratti sees Juventus as Scudetto favourites, but expects great things of Roma, Inter, Milan and his beloved Pescara.
Multiple sources claim Paris Saint-Germain offered Benjamin Stambouli to Milan, but they prefer Roma’s Leandro Paredes.
The 2016-17 Serie A season kicks off today with Roma hosting Udinese and the classic Juventus-Fiorentina grudge match.
Milan continue negotiations for Rodrigo Caio, but Sevilla aren’t their only rivals for the Sao Paulo defender, as Barcelona enter the fray.
The Amadou Diawara saga seems to be over, as multiple sources claim Bologna agreed a €14m move with Napoli.
Stefano Colantuono tips Napoli striker Manolo Gabbiadini for Capocannoniere, while “Roma can challenge Juventus for the Scudetto.”
Alessandro Matri is relishing a permanent move to “family” Sassuolo after “years of being a football vagabond.”
Roma Coach Luciano Spalletti explains he “chose Alisson because Wojciech Szczesny hadn’t trained much”.
Milan are attempting to take Roma's Leandro Paredes away, but many obstacles make the transfer unlikely.
Arrigo Sacchi says Roma are second to Juventus, Napoli have the best Coach, Inter have good ideas and Milan are a dark horse.
It’s reported Milan spoke to Real Madrid today for Mateo Kovacic, but a loan bid was rejected.
Marco Di Bello will be the referee for the Serie A curtain-raiser between Roma and Udinese as the Week 1 referees are announced.
Milan and Juventus could consider a swap deal involving Mattia De Sciglio and Simone Zaza, reports suggest.
Juventus defender Medhi Benatia expects his old team Roma to “be there until the end” for the Scudetto.
Carlos Bacca is “glad I stayed at Milan” after talk of interest from West Ham United this summer.