MILAN NEWS

Reports in France suggest Milan have offered defender Philippe Mexes to Olympique Marseille.
Milan are reportedly ready to launch a new bid for Zenit St Petersburg midfielder Axel Witsel.
Milan’s joint-CEO Adriano Galliani praises Kevin-Prince Boateng, but won’t make predictions for the season.
The Lega Serie A has announced the fixture changes up to Week 28 of the season.
Reports suggest Bee Taechaubol has only been able to raise around 30 per cent of the capital necessary to complete his Milan investment.
Nikola Kalinic’s agent admits the striker “dreams of winning the Scudetto with Fiorentina”.
After an exciting weekend where all the top teams won, except leaders Inter, Dave Taylor picks his best XI from Week 17.
There are reports that Milan winger Suso has signed a deal to join Genoa on loan in January.
Sinisa Mihajlovic said Milan “will have a good Christmas” after beating Frosinone 4-2. “It’s important to have faith.”
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani confirmed Kevin-Prince Boateng’s arrival and the Suso move to Genoa.
Milan completed a comeback to win 4-2 at Frosinone, Sampdoria saw off Palermo and 10-man Udinese stunned Torino.
Sinisa Mihajlovic faces yet another must-win game as Milan visit Frosinone, who have an excellent home record.
Borussia Dortmund's Ilkay Gundogan being too expensive, Juventus are turning on Sevilla's Ever Banega and Sampdoria's Roberto Soriano among others.
Join us for the final round of 2015 with NINE games, including Carpi-Juventus, Roma-Genoa, Atalanta-Napoli and tonight’s Inter-Lazio.
Sky Sport Italia claim Genoa will get an option to buy when taking Suso on loan from Milan.
Empoli confirm Riccardo Saponara will remain in January, “but it’ll be almost impossible to keep our stars in June.”
Adriano Galliani believes the Coppa Italia win at Sampdoria “will be the turning point for this Milan campaign.”
Mario Balotelli is out of Milan’s trip to Frosinone and Suso has already completed his loan to Genoa.
Sinisa Mihajlovic warns Milan “are only superior to Frosinone on paper” and he doesn’t have a magic wand to fix problems.
Coach Roberto Stellone says Frosinone will 'not just sit back' against Milan, in a game that's 'not impossible'.