MILAN NEWS

Milan's joint-CEO Adriano Galliani says that Stephan El Shaarawy's move to Roma and Alessio Cerci's to Atletico Madrid are blocked.
Milan Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic could be sacked on Monday, with Marcello Lippi coming in to replace him, say reports.
Bee Taechaubol could finally reveal the details of the investors who will purchase Milan in a meeting today, say reports.
Milan have approached Atalanta for Alberto Grassi, but Fiorentina have the upper hand for the midfielder.
Jose Mauri is “very bitter and frustrated at the lack of faith, but Milan have not put him on the market,” said his agent.
Monaco confirmed “we are discussing Stephan El Shaarawy with a big Italian club,” but is it Roma or Fiorentina?
Defender Cristian Zapata believes Milan “have the qualities to climb back up the table”.
Marcello Lippi’s son and agent insists “there was nothing between my father and Milan”.
Lazio midfielder Antonio Candreva would be “perfect” for Inter, according to his agent.
Daniele Doveri will referee Fiorentina’s trip to face Milan this weekend, while Gianluca Rocchi is given Udinese-Juventus.
Milan are reportedly chasing Ajax winger Anwar El Ghazi, and look to fund a big-name signing through player sales.
Roma, Inter and Milan have made approaches for Martin Caceres but Juventus want to sell him to a foreign club, say reports.
Milan Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic saved his job by beating Carpi last night, but reports say he remains on the brink.
Fabrizio Castori feels Carpi “leave the Coppa Italia with our heads held high” after a 2-1 defeat to Milan.
If Fredy Guarin goes to Jiangsu Suning, Inter could turn to Sampdoria’s Roberto Soriano for €15m.
Sinisa Mihajlovic shrugged off sack speculation as Milan reached the Coppa Italia semi-finals and “did well” to sell Luiz Adriano.
Gervinho could also go to China, which would allow Roma to buy Stephan El Shaarawy and Diego Perotti.
Carlos Bacca celebrated Milan’s Coppa Italia victory over Carpi. “One of our objectives is to win this trophy.”
Carlos Bacca’s rabona stunner and M’Baye Niang saw Milan beat Carpi 2-1 for their first Coppa Italia semi-final in four years.
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani admits “we offered Antonio Conte the bench, but he preferred Italy. In future, who knows…”