MILAN NEWS

Mino Raiola says Paul Pogba is “where he wants to be”, Mario Balotelli needs to be “more like Zlatan” and Gianluigi Donnarumma can “become the best”.
Crystal Palace are expected to resume their bid for Genoa midfielder Tomas Rincon, facing competition from Inter and Roma.
Paolo Maldini is stunned by Silvio Berlusconi selling Milan, but warns “there’s really nothing” in his potential return to the club.
Milan tried to poach Fabio Paratici from Juventus, but he turned them down, so they look elsewhere for a sporting director.
Milan are looking for a new director of sport and the favourites are Daniele Pradè and Sean Sogliano.
Cristian Brocchi, Alessandro Birindelli, Alessio Tacchinardi and Antonino Asta are among those who passed their UEFA Pro coaching course.
Max Allegri is the highest-paid Coach in Serie A, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport, but Napoli’s Maurizio Sarri ranks only seventh.
Marcello Lippi has confirmed that he was in talks to replace Sinisa Mihaljovic as Milan Coach last January, but “everything dried up”.
Milan have reportedly made Rodrigo Caio and Lucas Biglia their top targets for the January transfer window.
Cristian Brocchi won’t criticise Milan as the club is “like a family to me”.
Adriano Galliani’s Milan future will reportedly be decided by current President Silvio Berlusconi.
Umberto Gandini has officially stepped-down as Milan’s managing director, and is expected to become Roma CEO.
Milan are sweating on the fitness of Mati Fernandez, who went off injured on international duty.
Roberto Mancini has “no regrets” about returning to Inter, but warns “Juventus are on a different planet”.
Gianluigi Donnarumma thanks Giampiero Ventura and Gianluigi Buffon after making his Italy debut.
Li Yonghong, President of Sino-Europe Sports, wants to return Milan to “among the best clubs in the world”.
Milan’s holding company, Fininvest, has officially confirmed a deposit of €85m from Sino-Europe Sports.
An installment of €85m from Milan’s prospective new Chinese owners could reportedly arrive later today.
Stevan Jovetic admits he’s “disappointed” to be left out of the Europa League squad but assures “I want to stay at Inter and play”.
Former Milan Coach Filippo Inzaghi claims 'there is no Juventus challenger', but wishes luck to Lazio and Milan.