MILAN NEWS

After reports suggest Milan turned down a Real Madrid offer for Mario Balotelli, his agent warns “sooner or later everyone is on the market.”
Milan chief Adriano Galliani confirmed Robinho is “closer to joining Santos,” considers Mario Balotelli a bargain and aimed a sideswipe at Juventus and Inter.
Reports in Brazil suggest Milan are close to a deal with Santos for Robinho, agreeing to spread the payment.
Milan are rumoured to be preparing a €5m offer for Heerenveen’s Icelandic international hitman Alfred Finnbogason.
Robinho’s lawyer confirms negotiations continue with Santos, but “I cannot rule out his stay at Milan.”
Parma have signed several new young players, including Lazar Petkovic, Filip Jankovic, Soufiane Bidaoui and Pedro Mendes.
Adriano Galliani confirmed talks continue for Robinho to Santos and “Adem Ljajic has characteristics that suit Milan.”
As Robinho closes on Santos, Milan target Fiorentina’s Adem Ljajic or PSG man Ezequiel Lavezzi and Cristian Zaccardo complains.
Fiorentina warn “conditions must be favourable” for Adem Ljajic to stay, while their emissaries visit Bayern Munich’s Mario Gomez.
Santos and Robinho’s lawyer are in advanced negotiations after Milan agreed to lower their price-tag. “We are evaluating the new situation.”
Milan confirmed a deal for Andrea Poli, their interest in Keisuke Honda and lowering Robinho’s price-tag.
Milan vice-President Adriano Galliani has insisted that Silvio Berlusconi is fully behind Coach Massimiliano Allegri.
Milan want to bring Fiorentina playmaker Adem Ljajic to San Siro, but first have to sell Robinho.
Andrea Poli has been cleared to start training with Milan, despite the deal not actually being completed.
Mario Balotelli believes that Milan have to reinforce the squad this summer if they are to challenge in the Champions League.
Former Milan captain Massimo Ambrosini has officially signed a one-year contract with Fiorentina.
Milan vice-President Adriano Galliani insists that Keisuke Honda is still a CSKA Moscow player, despite rumours of an agreement with the player.
Milan are set to sign a three-year sponsorship deal with Banca Popolare di Milano, reports have suggested.
Mathieu Flamini has revealed he was 'disappointed' with Milan's contract offer and has admitted he will leave the club.
Mathieu Flamini's agent has revealed that the midfielder is likely to leave Milan this summer.