MILAN NEWS

It’s reported a €5m release clause in Vincenzo Montella’s Fiorentina contract ruled him out as a candidate for Milan and Napoli.
Monaco midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia is a target for Milan, according to the latest reports.
Dani Alves’ agent admits ‘there has been contact with Milan’, but warns that a number of other clubs are interested.
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani is reportedly in Portugal to negotiate for Porto striker Jackson Martinez.
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi has said that the club will be supplied with whatever sum of money it needs in the transfer market this summer
Agent Mino Raiola told Milan that Paris Saint-Germain “will not sell Zlatan Ibrahimovic.”
It’s reported Sinisa Mihajlovic has already signed a two-year contract with Milan, but Pippo Inzaghi remains Coach.
Bee Taechaubol released a statement criticising “inaccuracies” spread by Pablo Victor Dana about his Milan investment.
Dani Alves admitted he’d “like to join Milan,” but his €6m per season wage demands are a problem.
Paolo Maldini believes Juventus “should have no regrets” about their Champions League Final with Barcelona.
Ciro Immobile admits a return to Serie A “is possible. I’ll have to talk to the new Coach of Borussia Dortmund.”
Barcelona full-back Dani Alves admits “it would be a pleasure to join Milan” after the Champions League Final.
Milan reportedly had another meeting for Zlatan Ibrahimovic, offering the PSG striker a three-year contract.
Alexandre Pato’s agent announced the ex-Milan striker “wants to come back to Europe, but no Italian offers yet.”
Nicola Sansone received his first senior call-up for Italy’s Euro 2016 qualifier against Croatia and friendly with Portugal.
Milan winger Alessio Cerci saw jewels and clothing worth €100,000 stolen from a car in Rome.
Defender Alex may be leaving Milan for Santos as Adriano Galliani meets the player's agent.
Now that Milan have sold 48 per cent to Bee Taechaubol, they are stepping up attempts to bring Zlatan Ibrahimovic back.
Bee Taechaubol reveals he “could’ve bought three Premier League clubs, but never wanted anything other than Milan.”
Andrea Pirlo revealed winning the Champions League “was an objective from my first day at Juventus.”