MILAN NEWS

It’s reported the exclusivity period for Chinese investment in Milan is 45 days.
General manager Giuseppe Marotta says Juventus “have never approached” Milan’s Riccardo Montolivo.
Inter will be without Mauro Icardi for Saturday’s clash with Sassuolo, after he suffered a thigh injury.
Milan’s holding company Fininvest has confirmed that a Chinese consortium has been granted exclusivity for a potential sale.
Milan and Inter are targeting Steaua Bucuresti's Nicolae Stanciu, but Fenerbahce may get in the way.
President Silvio Berlusconi gave his green light to start the negotiations for Milan's sale, say reports.
New reports suggest a Milan deal must be agreed tomorrow, or negotiations will collapse.
M’Baye Niang returned to Milan training today, so could be fit for their final two games of the season.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini announces “I’ll sell Franco Vazquez abroad”.
Marcello Lippi insists there’s been no contact with Milan - “for now the only bench I’m sitting on is on the promenade in Viareggio.”
Despite his protestations, it’s reported Silvio Berlusconi is still in negotiations to sell Milan to Chinese investors.
Stephan Lichtsteiner assures “there’s no need for alarm” despite Juventus’ defeat to Verona.
Juventus are looking to pick up Riccardo Montolivo and Mattia De Sciglio from Milan, say reports.
Max Allegri was angry with Juventus after their defeat to Verona, ending a six-month unbeaten run. “Enough celebrating.”
Zlatan Ibrahimovic dropped a big hint he’ll return to Milan. “It’s the biggest club I ever played for and I never wanted to leave.”
The final round of the Serie A season will see four games on Saturday and the rest on Sunday.
Sampdoria director Carlo Osti apologised to fans after a 3-0 Genoa Derby defeat. “Vincenzo Montella must tell us if this project can continue.”
Simone Inzaghi has Europa League regrets, but is glad Lazio fought their way to a win at Carpi even down to nine men.
Eusebio Di Francesco praised Frosinone fans and told Sassuolo they can dream like Leicester City. “I got emotional.”
Frosinone are relegated and Sassuolo keep sixth place, but Palermo’s draw in Florence sees them climb out of the drop zone thanks to Carpi missing two penalties against nine-man Lazio.