MILAN NEWS

Jochen Losch, CEO of television distributor MP & Silva admits he’s “never heard of” Milan’s potential new owners.
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani reportedly has different ideas to the incoming Chinese owners about the January transfer window.
Marek Hamsik admits he “could not leave” Napoli, despite interest from Milan and Juventus over the years.
Borussia Dortmund star Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang confirms he was approached by Napoli “two or three years ago.”
Gonzalo Higuain said Juventus are “on track” after winning the Champions League group and is glad to have broken his goal drought.
Bruno Peres warns Roma have “the right mentality” to beat Milan and Juventus over the next couple of weeks.
Luciano Spalletti wants to change Roma’s mentality in Serie A and Europe. “Become the side that goes out there only to win.”
Fininvest and Sino Sports Europe announce a further delay in the takeover of Milan until March 3rd.
Delays in the takeover of Milan could reportedly complicate the contract renewal of Gianluigi Donnarumma.
Fiorentina midfielder Milan Badelj remains the number one priority of Milan Coach Vincenzo Montella, reports suggest.
Claudio Marchisio urged Juventus to “remain absolutely concentrated” ahead of the last Champions League group game with Dinamo Zagreb.
Sevilla President Jose Castro Carmona hinted he will make a January bid for Carlos Bacca, although “it’s not easy” to get him back.
Roma director Mauro Baldissoni “stunned and perplexed” by Kevin Strootman's two-match ban for simulation, announcing an appeal ahead of Milan and Juventus games.
Roma’s Kevin Strootman has been given a two-game ban for his part in Danilo Cataldi’s sending-off in the Derby della Capitale.
Roma midfielder Kevin Strootman could miss the Milan and Juventus games after his actions in the Derby della Capitale.
Carlos Bacca is still not fit enough to train with his Milan teammates, and has left Milanello, according to reports.
Mario Pasalic’s agent says the on-loan Chelsea midfielder is “in love” with Milan and wants to stay.
Milan’s top targets for the January transfer window are Milan Badelj and Alejandro Gomez, according to reports.
Gianluca Lapadula apologises to M’Baye Niang, and won’t make predictions about Milan’s season.
The sale of Milan to a Chinese consortium could be delayed until February, with another €100m deposit to be paid in the meantime.