MILAN NEWS

Silvio Berlusconi confirmed he’s in negotiations with Chinese Head of State Xi Jinping, but “if I don’t find investors, it’s up to me to relaunch Milan.”
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero pledged to reinforce his squad, denied Mattia Destro talks and is “fed up” of Sinisa Mihajlovic’s doubts.
Multiple reports claim Juventus have agreed terms with Palermo and Paulo Dybala’s agent for a five-year contract.
Maurizio Zamparini confirmed “Juventus and Milan are in line” with Palermo demands for Paulo Dybala, but “Inter are behind.”
Antonio Nocerino says Parma have become like ‘a second family’, and would like to return to Milan.
Stephan El Shaarawy has returned to training with his Milan teammates, as has Brazilian defender Alex.
Milan defender Salvatore Bocchetti says ‘wearing this shirt is a privilege’, but is unsure about his future.
Milan have met with Santos President Modesto Junior Roma, potentially to discuss a move for Gabriel Barbosa.
Club legend Paolo Maldini is unsure whether he’ll ever return to Milan - ‘I don’t know if it will happen’.
Milan have released a statement confirming the departure of Robinho, and thanking the Brazilian for his contribution.
It’s reported Roma will reject any proposal to renew Mattia Destro’s Milan loan, so he could move to Sampdoria.
Roma are reportedly set to revamp their forward line, with Seydou Doumbia possibly leaving and Mattia Destro returning to the capital.
Torino are reportedly considering a move to bring back winger Alessio Cerci but it could be dependent on Coach Giampiero Ventura’s future.
Club President Silvio Berlusconi has turned his attention back to the interest of Chinese investors looking to buy Milan this summer.
Milan apparently want to raise £100m from player sales to convince Sevilla Coach Unai Emery to join them this summer.
Mattia De Sciglio’s season goes from bad to worse amid reports he sprained his ankle in training.
Jeremy Menez’s agent says his client wants to stay at Milan, and responds to criticism from Rino Gattuso.
Striker Robinho has rescinded his Milan contract, and is now free to join another club, almost certainly Santos.
Inter President Erick Thohir has brushed off comments from Milan patron Silvio Berlusconi about his running of the club.
Milan’s joint-CEO, Adriano Galliani, hints Gabigol could be part of any deal with Santos to transfer Robinho to the Brazilian side.