MILAN NEWS

Inter could offer Geoffrey Kondogbia plus cash to tempt Paris Saint-Germain into selling Marco Verratti.
Pescara tactician Massimo Oddo concedes it’ll be “a special game” for him against old club Milan tomorrow.
After Marco Verratti’s agent said he could leave Paris Saint-Germain, Milan Coach Vincenzo Montella reveals he nearly signed him at Fiorentina.
Vincenzo Montella admits “expectations have been raised” around Milan and they must deliver against Pescara.
Milan are preparing a January swoop for Bayer Leverkusen and Germany winger Karim Bellarabi.
Marco Verratti’s agent warns his client could leave Paris Saint-Germain “if the French Press continue these attacks on him”.
Leonel Vangioni’s father-agent has warned Milan that the left-back will look to leave in January if he does not receive more game time.
Mati Fernandez is almost ready to make his Milan debut, after suffering from injury ever since he joined the Rossoneri from Fiorentina this summer.
Carlos Bacca’s agent said he “is happy at Milan, but if interesting offers were to arrive, the situation could change.”
Milan reportedly turned down an impressive offer from Arsenal before Manuel Locatelli became a Serie A sensation.
Marco Fassone will reportedly fly to China next week, as the takeover of Milan gets closer.
Paris Saint-Germain Coach Unai Emery assures he’s “happy” with Marco Verratti.
Genoa’s Mattia Perin compliments Milan’s Gianluigi Donnarumma, but says there’s no rivalry between them “as long as Gigi Buffon is around”.
Director Beppe Marotta warned Juventus “must be stronger than unfair incidents against us” after the defeat to Milan.
It’s reported there is transfer confusion at Milan, as Adriano Galliani isn’t working with Massimiliano Mirabelli.
Marco Verratti doesn’t want to leave Paris Saint-Germain, and reports suggest they wouldn’t sell to Juventus even if he did.
Massimo Ambrosini believes Milan “lack the quality” to win the Scudetto, but could get a Champions League place.
Ex-Juventus player Angelo Di Livio thinks that Roma and Napoli ‘are the only credible threat’ to the Bianconeri.
Giacomo Bonaventura believes Milan “emerge from this defeat stronger” after falling 3-0 to Genoa.
Vincenzo Montella insists the 3-0 defeat to Genoa changes nothing for Milan and defended his “carefully pondered choices.”