MILAN NEWS

Milan President Silvio Berlusconi joked “it’s a disaster” that he’s negotiating the club’s sale to China.
Milan aren’t the only side interested in Mateo Kovacic, as Roma also meet Real Madrid for the midfielder.
Mario Balotelli is leaving Milan, but won’t stay at Liverpool either, as Galatasaray make another approach.
Roma have until June 22 to exercise their Stephan El Shaarawy option, said Adriano Galliani, “or he’ll return to Milan.”
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani discussed Zlatan Ibrahimovic, said “we’ll see” on Mateo Kovacic, but ignored Karim Benzema.
Mino Raiola reportedly met with Milan yesterday to discuss Zlatan Ibrahimovic after denying a Manchester United deal.
Alejandro ‘Papu’ Gomez discussed his Atalanta future, working with Diego Simeone and waiting for an Italy call.
Milan could use Hachim Mastour to get Franco Vazquez from Palermo this summer.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic “will pull a surprise,” said agent Mino Raiola, who assured “it’s not true he’s going to Manchester United.”
Italy tested both Thiago Motta and Riccardo Montolivo in training today ahead of Sunday’s friendly with Scotland.
Ruud Gullit admits he’d “love to be Coach of Milan, but nobody ever called me or the other Dutch legends.”
Italy medics confirm Thiago Motta and Riccardo Montolivo are ready, but Daniele De Rossi “is still struggling.”
Milan could face English competition for Zlatan Ibrahimovic, as Sheffield FC have offered to sign him.
Paolo Maldini declares “my love for Milan is not in question” and admits it would be “strange” to see Silvio Berlusconi sell the club.
Cristian Brocchi insists “I feel like Milan Coach” and will “plan the team’s future” until told otherwise.
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi admits “after 30 years it’s time for me to fold”.
Thiago Motta and Riccardo Montolivo are back in training after fitness trouble and will be available for Euro 2016.
The renewal of the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza for the Champions League final brings its UEFA ranking from 4.5 to 5 stars.
Leonel Vangioni believes Milan will 'aim for the podium' next season and reveals his specialty are 'assists, not goals'.
Milan's new full-back Leonel Vangioni calls Paolo Maldini his model: 'But I wouldn't dare compare myself to him'.