MILAN NEWS

Massimiliano Allegri has assured President Silvio Berlusconi “promised Thiago Silva and Zlatan Ibrahimovic won’t leave Milan.”
Agent Mino Raiola rushed to calm the storm after Zlatan Ibrahimovic said Milan have no money. “He is totally in sync with the club and will not leave.”
Milan have decided not to keep Maxi Lopez, but the Catania-owned striker would “be happy to receive a call” from Lazio.
Pescara have warned Juventus that there are “several clubs ahead of them, including Milan,” in the race to sign Marco Verratti.
Gennaro Gattuso cannot sign for Glasgow Rangers, but insists he has “already given my absolute disposal” to the troubled Ibrox club.
Alexandre Pato insists he is “ready” to play for Brazil in the Olympics, as Milan hire a new American athletic trainer to deal with their many injuries.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic says he will stick with Milan, although “there is no money to buy the players we need. Anything can happen.”
Alberto Aquilani could still seal a permanent move to Milan this summer, the Liverpool player’s agent has declared.
Italian giants Milan have confirmed that Thiago Silva and Alexandre Pato are on the shortlist to make the Brazil squad for the 2012 Olympic Games.
Roma have already made an approach to Genoa for Alexander Merkel after it was confirmed that he was leaving Milan.
Milan have confirmed that Brazilian goalkeeper Gabriel will put pen to paper on a Rossoneri contract next month.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani has revealed that the club made an attempt to sign Riccardo Montolivo when he was still a boy.
Marco Rigoni is pleased to have seen his name linked with a summer move to Milan. “It would be a dream,” said the Novara man.
Sulley Muntari has made it clear he “only wants Milan” for next season, although he is still owned by Inter.
Real Madrid midfielder Nuri Sahin’s agent was spotted in Milan for reported negotiations with Inter, the Rossoneri and Juventus.
Pippo Inzaghi’s playing career might not be over after all, as he’s reportedly considering a proposal from Chicago Fire.
Milan have announced prestigious friendlies against Chelsea and Real Madrid in their summer tour of the United States.
Luca Antonini has again reiterated his desire to end his career with current club Milan.
Maxi Lopez is looking for a new club after Milan opted against signing him outright from Catania.
Chievo boss Domenico Di Carlo is convinced that Francesco Acerbi is good enough for Milan and Italy.