MILAN NEWS

Corriere della Sera report that Carlos Bacca has failed to agree personal terms with West Ham United.
Milan will reportedly look to bring in Milan Badelj and Juan Cuadrado as they attempt to strengthen their squad.
Juventus striker Simone Zaza is reportedly waiting for Milan, as he doesn’t want to move to Wolfsburg.
Milan are reportedly pushing for Fiorentina midfielder Milan Badelj.
Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri expects Claudio Marchisio to return to action in October.
Roma may sell Leandro Paredes to Milan or Juventus in order to sign Amadou Diawara or Youri Tielemans.
Fabio Capello says it was 'destiny' that Milan should be purchased by the Chinese: 'Today a single businessman can't cut it'.
The new ownership's injection of cash allows Milan to pursue Zenit St Petersburg's Axel Witsel, plus Chelsea's Juan Cuadrado and Diego Costa.
Inter veteran Marco Fassone is chosen as Milan's incoming director general, but the new owners remain largely unidentified.
Silvio Berlusconi has described his decision to sell Milan to Chinese investors was ‘painful but necessary.’
New Milan signing Gustavo Gomez says it is ‘an honour’ to have joined the Rossoneri.
Milan Coach Vincenzo Montella has thanked Silvio Berlusconi for everything he has done as Rossoneri President.
It is reported that Silvio Berlusconi will be offered the chance to stay at Milan as Honorary President.
Milan have announced they have completed the signing of Paraguayan Gustavo Gomez.
Fabio Capello has described Silvio Berlusconi as ‘the greatest President in the history of world football.’
It is reported that Juan Cuadrado and Simone Zaza are back on the transfer radar of Milan.
It is reported that Inter could line up a shock bid for Milan’s Carlos Bacca should Mauro Icardi leave.
Gustavo Gomez is in Milan ahead of signing a deal to join the Rossoneri.
Fininvest have released an official statement confirming that preliminary contracts regarding the sale of Milan to Chinese investors have been signed.
The new group that purchased Milan were apparently part of the original conglomerate, but they split and formed their own group.