MILAN NEWS

Milan chief executive Ernesto Bronzetti has confirmed reports that Keisuke Honda wants to join the club.
CSKA Moscow midfielder Keisuke Honda looks set to be on the verge of a move to Milan.
New Palermo boss Gennaro Gattuso says starting his coaching career at Milan this summer was not really an option.
Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri expects Serie A to be much more competitive than it was last season.
Italian giants Milan have confirmed their squad numbers for the 2013-14 campaign.
Keisuke Honda is “proud” to be joining Milan, though he is “working on” leaving CSKA Moscow immediately.
Fiorentina President Mario Cognini reveals there’s already a deal for Vincenzo Montella’s extension, but Adem Ljajic “is not a priority.”
Esteban Cambiasso jokingly called ex-Inter players “enemies” and refused to make promises on their new season.
Sassuolo defender Francesco Acerbi is awaiting test results after emergency surgery to remove a testicular tumour.
Napoli have given up on Julio Cesar, but it’s reported Milan could sign the QPR goalkeeper instead.
Milan chief Adriano Galliani asks for help from sponsors over Keisuke Honda and tells Robinho “he is a new signing.”
Robinho was among those on target when Milan beat Pergolettese 5-1 in today’s pre-season friendly.
Milan have officially signed Pierluigi Casiraghi’s teenage son Andrea to his first professional contract.
Sassuolo defender Francesco Acerbi has undergone surgery to remove a tumour, confirmed the club.
Adriano Galliani believes Roma “made a great deal” signing Kevin Strootman, but Milan won’t buy any strikers this summer.
CSKA Moscow director general Roman Babaev insists “we respect Keisuke Honda’s desire to join Milan, but we haven’t received any offers.”
Milan received a visit from LA Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant today. “I have a Milan scarf and shirt in my locker.”
It’s rumoured Milan have sent a delegation to Moscow for negotiations with CSKA over Keisuke Honda.
Udinese attacker Maicosuel is being targeted by Santos after the Brazilian side failed in their bid to sign Robinho.
Adriano Galliani has categorically denied any suggestion that Robinho could leave Milan this summer.