MILAN NEWS

Bee Taechaubol urges Silvio Berlusconi not to sell Milan to a group of Chinese investors.
Adriano Galliani confirms he’ll stay at Milan for “at least” the summer transfer campaign.
Adriano Galliani is coy on Milan’s pursuit of Marko Pjaca - “we’ll see, we’ll see…”
Milan Coach Vincenzo Montella insists links to the Italy job were “just rumours” and denies betraying Sampdoria.
Vincenzo Montella says Milan's 'minimum target' is to reach the Europa League while using a 4-3-3 formation.
Vincenzo Montella says Milan's results 'show that something's wrong, and my job is to fix it'.
New Coach Vincenzo Montella says it's 'unacceptable that Milan should have been out of Europe, we must return there.'
Adriano Galliani says Vincenzo Montella was chosen as a Coach because 'he plays the way Milan think football should be played'.
Milan are now considering Valencia's Shkodran Mustafi for their defence over Villareal's Mateo Musacchio.
Milan have agreed terms with Dinamo Zagreb for Marko Pjaca, paying €20m plus €5m in bonuses, but Borussia Dortmund are a threat.
Crotone President Raffaele Vrenna confirms he asked Mino Raiola for Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli, but is not chasing Antonio Cassano.
Mediaset Premium claim Lazio have agreed a two-year contract with Alexandre Pato.
Sevilla have emerged as the new favourites to sign Franco Vazquez, as Palermo consider the €15m proposal.
Former Milan, Napoli and Fiorentina target Emmanuel Mammana has officially signed for Olympique Lyonnais.
According to Italian reports, Dinamo Zagreb almost doubled Marko Pjaca’s asking price after Milan, Juventus and Borussia Dortmund sparked a bidding war.
Adriano Galliani is reportedly returning from Zagreb with Marko Pjaca’s agent, as Milan seek to beat Juventus to his signature.
Sal Galatioto assures Milan fans will know the identity of the Chinese consortium he represents “soon”.
Marko Pjaca's agent confirms that Milan are battling Napoli and Juventus for the Dinamo Zagreb player.
Sal Galatioto landed in Italy to meet president Silvio Berlusconi and accelerate Milan's sale.
Juventus, Napoli and Milan are all after Dinamo Zagreb's Marko Pjaca as a bidding war could kick off.