MILAN NEWS

Juventus full-back Stephan Lichtsteiner expects Napoli, Roma, Inter and Milan to challenge for the Scudetto next year.
Milan’s 2015 budget has been approved, but Adriano Galliani faces angry shareholders.
Jack Ma, head of the Alibaba Group, jokingly claims not to have heard of Milan, despite takeover talks.
Reports say due diligence has already begun for a Chinese takeover of Milan, while Silvio Berlusconi must make a decision by Wednesday.
It’s reported that sources close to Alibaba have denied the Chinese company plans to buy Milan.
It’s reported the Chinese investment in Milan could total €1.2bn if the deal goes ahead.
It’s not certain Roma will sign Stephan El Shaarawy outright from Milan, according to reports.
Sassuolo’s Francesco Acerbi says ‘our objective is to get into Europe’ and responds to exit rumours: “We’ll see what happens.”
Milan’s holding company Fininvest has reportedly denied that Silvio Berlusconi has sold the club for €700m.
Silvio Berlusconi’s son Pier Silvio Berlusconi says he ‘doesn’t know anything’ about a possible Milan sale.
Reports say Silvio Berlusconi has agreed to sell Milan to a Chinese group of investors for €700m.
The Alibaba group has declined to comment on speculation that founder Jack Ma is leading the group of investors trying to buy Milan.
Five Serie A clubs are competing to sign Lazio winger Antonio Candreva this summer, say reports.
Jack Ma, China’s richest man, is reportedly leading the group interested in Milan and he wants to build a new stadium.
Reports say the Coppa Italia final will be decisive for Milan Coach Cristian Brocchi, as Marcello Lippi is on standby.
Milan will reportedly let Carlos Bacca leave in the summer as it’s unlikely they will meet demands for an improved deal.
Carlo Tavecchio warned Italy won’t seek a new Coach until May 21, “because a series of elements could move to make us change decisions.”
Walter Sabatini reveals Max Allegri almost joined Roma in 2013, but wouldn’t advise Juventus to buy Medhi Benatia.
Milan Coach Cristian Brocchi was among the students visiting Fiorentina and Paulo Sousa for tactical lessons today.
Bayer Leverkusen striker Javier Hernandez reveals “Juve, Inter, Milan, Roma and Lazio” tried to sign him last summer.