MILAN NEWS

Stefano Pioli believes Lazio “could’ve scored three or four too” against Milan, but weren’t determined enough.
Pippo Inzaghi believes the “Milan DNA is returning” after a 3-1 win over Lazio and welcomed Fernando Torres.
Atletico Madrid have officially agreed terms with Torino for Alessio Cerci pending a medical.
Ignazio Abate made very harsh comments about why Milan won’t miss Mario Balotelli “as a man.”
Pippo Inzaghi’s first game in charge was a success, as Milan beat Lazio 3-1 and Diego Lopez saved a penalty.
Fernando Torres has officially completed his move to Milan on a two-year loan from Chelsea. “We wish him all the best.”
Adriano Galliani reveals it took Milan “eight hours to agree economic terms” with Fernando Torres.
Galatasaray announced a deal with Napoli for Blerim Dzemaili “and are discussing” with Goran Pandev.
It’s a revamped Milan, as Jeremy Menez, Stephan El Shaarawy and Keisuke Honda face Miroslav Klose’s Lazio.
Milan assistant manager Mauro Tassotti told them to “play with the heart and the head” against Lazio today.
Milan Channel confirm Chelsea midfielder Marco van Ginkel has accepted a loan move to Milan.
Napoli pair Goran Pandev and Blerim Dzemaili are both heading for Cesare Prandelli’s Galatasaray.
Reports are growing that Alessio Cerci will have his medical with Atletico Madrid tomorrow after a deal with Torino.
There are reports Atletico Madrid have agreed to sign Alessio Cerci from Torino with the aid of an investment fund.
It’s reported Fernando Torres passed his medical and urged Chelsea teammate Marco van Ginkel to join him at Milan.
Milan haven’t given up on Alessio Cerci yet, as they could offer Torino Giampaolo Pazzini plus cash.
Demetrio Albertini trusts Fernando Torres will be a success at Milan, but the ex-Chelsea star “needs to feel responsibility.”
Napoli could sell Goran Pandev to Leicester City or Galatasaray, while Milan, Hull and Sunderland want Blerim Dzemaili.
British media claim Milan will sell Nigel de Jong to Manchester United tomorrow in a deal worth £10m.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito trusts they will “have a great season” ahead of their opener with Milan today.