MILAN NEWS

Stephan El Shaarawy is pleased with how his first season at Milan went on a personal note, even if the club haven’t won anything.
Alessandro Nesta has confirmed that he will leave Milan at the end of the season – a decade after joining the outfit.
Milan observer Serginho says the club are still watching Paulo Henrique Ganso, but they won’t sell Alexandre Pato or Robinho.
Clarence Seedorf will reportedly quit Milan for Botafogo this summer – but he may not get the chance to say goodbye to fans.
Alessandro Nesta has confirmed he will “reveal my decision” on whether he’ll retire, extend at Milan or leave Italy in tomorrow’s press conference.
Nancy have now confirmed midfielder Bakaye Traoré has agreed a three-year contract with Milan.
Milan defender Philippe Mexes is named in the preliminary list of France players for Euro 2012.
Milan have given updates on injuries to Sulley Muntari, Daniele Bonera, Christian Abbiati and Mattia De Sciglio, while Alessandro Nesta plans an announcement.
Nancy midfielder Bakaye Traoré has confirmed he’s coming to Serie A. “I’m going to sign for Milan, one of the biggest clubs in the world.”
Alexandre Pato has told Brazilian media he is “working intensely and thinking about the Olympics,” explaining his latest Milan injury setback.
According to the player’s agent, there could be a Milan derby this summer for the signature of Bologna midfielder Gaby Mudingayi.
Alexandre Pato’s agent has reignited rumours linking the Brazilian striker with a switch to Paris Saint-Germain. “We’d be happy if Ancelotti called.”
The latest reports in Italy suggest Milan are considering offering Mathieu Flamini a new two-year contract to stay at the club.
Reports are gathering pace that Milan will look to sign Torino stopper Angelo Ogbonna over the summer.
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi believes the 2011-12 Scudetto was lost by his Rossoneri team, but he confirms Coach Max Allegri for next season.
Gennaro Gattuso has suggested that Milan will have to lower the average age of the squad ahead of next season.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani has congratulated champions Juventus, but insisted his side’s campaign has not been a failure.
Antonio Nocerino has congratulated former club Juventus for winning the Scudetto. “We’ll be back next season though,” said the Milan man.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has again underlined his commitment to Milan – even after missing out on his first League title in eight years.
Andrea Stramaccioni could not disguise his joy at winning his debut Milan derby. “It was a deserved and wonderful victory.”