MILAN NEWS

Milan’s parent company Fininvest denied talks with Bee Taechaubol had broken down in favour of Chinese investors.
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Milan have reportedly abandoned talks with Bee Taechaubol, as a Chinese conglomerate steps forward.
Gian Piero Gasperini fears Genoa lost much more than they gained in a draw with Lazio, as there are serious injuries.
Milan are in talks for River Plate €10m rated defender Emanuel Mammana after Fiorentina’s move collapsed.
Udinese Coach Stefano Colantuono talks tactics ahead of Milan: 'They'll have to sweat for it'.
Jack Bonaventura is out of Milan’s meeting with Udinese on Sunday afternoon.
Sinisa Mihajlovic has injury problems against Udinese and warned Milan “mustn’t lose our determination amid enthusiasm.”
Milan reportedly rejected a €12m offer from Chinese club Beijing Guoan for Luiz Adriano.
Milan, Inter and Fiorentina are reportedly in a €15m bidding war for Genoa striker Leonardo Pavoletti.
Juventus have had more injuries than any other club this season, but Napoli had the least with only four, calculated La Gazzetta dello Sport.
Milan are optimistic that midfielder Giacomo Bonaventura will be able to play against Udinese in spite of his physical trouble.
Serie A's schedule for Weeks 28, 29, and 30 was announced, including big matches Roma-Fiorentina, Roma-Inter, and Milan-Lazio.
Milan midfielder Giacomo Bonaventura could skip the game against Udinese, opening the way for Kevin-Prince Boateng.
Alessandro Costacurta slams Mario Balotelli - “with my Milan he wouldn’t get into the dressing room”.
It’s reported Bee Taechaubol won’t complete his Milan investment, so Silvio Berlusconi will have to cover losses.
Juraj Kucka is confident Milan can finish third this season but “we have to take it a game at a time”.
Adriano Galliani insists Keisuke Honda never asked to leave Milan - “we’re very happy with what he’s doing”.
Former Italy CT Marcello Lippi reiterates he “never had any contact with Milan”.
Maurizio Zamparini reveals Milan could have had Paulo Dybala but joint-CEO Adriano Galliani was “playing games”.