MILAN NEWS

New Milan arrivals Pablo Armero and Diego Lopez have arrived at the club’s Milanello training base for their first session as Rossoneri players.
The agent of Milan’s M’baye Niang says his client is happy with the Rossoneri but is not certain whether he will remain at the club.
Massimo Ambrosini has confirmed that he is likely to retire from football this summer.
Torino are bracing themselves for a bid from Atletico Madrid for Alessio Cerci, it has been claimed this morning.
PSG star Javier Pastore confirms “there was something with Juventus, Lazio and Milan” this summer.
Goran Pandev’s agent admits he was “not happy” at being left off out of the Napoli Champions League squad.
Marco Storari is thought to have agreed terms with Sassuolo, so Christian Abbiati or Stefano Sorrentino could replace him at Juventus.
Ex-Milan goalkeeper Marco Amelia is reportedly ready to sign for Championship club Watford.
Milan Coach Pippo Inzaghi insists he and his staff are confident about what the Rossoneri can achieve this season.
Carlo Ancelotti has wished goalkeeper Diego Lopez well as the goalkeeper prepares to join Milan.
Carlo Ancelotti has ruled himself out of being the new Italy Coach but is sure there will be time for him to do the job in the future.
Patrick Vieira has slammed Italian clubs’ decision to vote in Carlo Tavecchio as the new FIGC President, accusing them of not fighting racism.
Any talks between Milan and Napoli for Blerim Dzemaili are expected to continue for a fair while yet, having reportedly begun yesterday.
Diego Lopez has described his move to Milan as ‘a big step’ as he and Pablo Armero undergo medicals on Tuesday morning.
Diego Lopez has thanked Real Madrid for his time at the Bernabeu and says he hopes to complete his move to Milan tomorrow.
QPR manager Harry Redknapp admits Adel Taarabt will be allowed to leave the club if the right offer is made for him.
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani has praised the ‘togetherness’ shown by the different Italian Leagues when voting in Carlo Tavecchio as FIGC President.
Pablo Armero has spoken of his pride at joining Milan, with his switch from Udinese expected to be completed soon.
Milan are set to challenge Fiorentina for the signature of Atalanta playmaker Giacomo Bonaventura.
The Gazzetta dello Sport believe that Pippo Inzaghi will treat Mario Balotelli the same as every other player at Milan.