Sky Sport Italia claim ex-Napoli goalkeeper Pepe Reina could return to Serie A, but this time for Milan.
Milan Channel – the official club network – report Robinho’s agent has flown to Dubai in order to evaluate offers.
Liverpool face Milan tonight and manager Brendan Rodgers praised Mario Balotelli, fuelling rumours of a bid.
Pippo Inzaghi confesses that for him facing Liverpool as Milan Coach “cannot be a game like any other.”
Adel Taarabt “could return to Milan in the last week of August when QPR realise they have no other options.”
Torino President Urbano Cairo alerted Milan and Atletico Madrid. “If Alessio Cerci isn’t motivated, there’s no point keeping him.”
Arsene Wenger assured Arsenal were “never in” for Mario Balotelli and told Milan that Joel Campbell isn’t for sale.
Ex-Milan goalkeeper Sebastiano Rossi is under investigation for cocaine possession.
Roberto Mancini says he would be open to coaching another big side in Serie A after Inter: “I’m a professional.”
Stephan El Shaarawy has promised that his injury struggles are behind him and that he is ready to return to being a protagonist for both Milan and Italy.
Reports in Spain claim that Atletico Madrid will offer €20m for Torino winger Alessio Cerci.
Alexandre Pato is happy at Sao Paulo despite rumours of a move back to Serie A with Inter.
Flamengo have insisted that there is ‘nothing concrete’ regarding their pursuit of Milan attacker Robinho.
Urbano Cairo has revealed that Torino have rejected several offers for Alessio Cerci.
Queens Park Rangers boss Harry Redknapp has claimed that Adel Taarabt has a future at the club, despite rumours of a permanent switch to Milan.
Mattia Perin’s agent has confirmed that he did speak with Bayern Munich about a potential move.
Milan continued to be linked with Hatem Ben Arfa, as Alessio Cerci seems to be edging further away from San Siro.
Adriano Galliani says he and everyone at Milan is convinced that the club will do well in the coming season.
Philippe Mexes says losing 3-0 to Olympiacos and 5-1 to Manchester City shows that Milan ‘need to wake up’.
Philippe Mexes has looked to assure Milan fans that despite a poor pre-season so far, the club under Pippo Inzaghi are ‘on track’.