MILAN NEWS

There are growing reports that Inter and Milan have started serious negotiations for an Antonio Cassano exchange with Giampaolo Pazzini.
Giampaolo Pazzini is linked with swap deals for Antonio Cassano or Walter Gargano, but insists “I am waiting for the best option.”
Milan are without Massimo Ambrosini and Philippe Mexes for tomorrow’s Trofeo Berlusconi against Juventus.
Juventus have left behind Andrea Pirlo and Gianluigi Buffon for tomorrow night’s Trofeo Berlusconi match with Milan.
Robinho has changed his shirt number with Milan for the new season, inheriting Alexandre Pato’s No 7.
Massimiliano Allegri prepares Milan for tomorrow’s clash with Juventus and won’t rule out Antonio Cassano’s departure. “We’ll see what happens.”
Andrea Pirlo could miss out on Sunday’s Trofeo Berlusconi match against Milan, as the Juventus midfielder is nursing a knock.
Adrian Mutu is said to be the latest transfer target to reinforce Milan’s attack.
There are reports of a shocking exchange in the works at Milan – could Antonio Cassano join Inter in exchange for Giampaolo Pazzini?
Milan midfielder Antonio Nocerino has given his backing to Alexandre Pato to prove his ability in the coming season.
Nicklas Bendtner confirmed he is in “serious negotiations” to quit Arsenal, as Milan and Inter are in the running for the Dane.
Just hours after he was linked with Inter, Marco Borriello is now reportedly on the verge of a return to Milan.
Pippo Inzaghi started his management career at Milan’s youth academy today and reveals Carlo Ancelotti’s advice. “Call me Mister...”
Cesare Prandelli said it’s “up to” Antonio Cassano whether he stays in the Italy squad, feels Mario Balotelli and Mattia Destro are “a dream pair” and looks back at Euro 2012.
Milan target Ricky Kaka could end up replacing another former Rossoneri man, David Beckham, at LA Galaxy.
Milan youngster Mattia De Sciglio is keen to make another Italy squad soon, despite not featuring against England last night.
Francesco Lodi has effectively killed off the idea of a Milan switch by insisting Catania will decide his future.
Milan are still a side to be respected despite their summer revolution, says former Rossonero Alexander Merkel.
Antonio Nocerino felt like an “old man” in the new-look Italy side that fell to England. “We have a great future ahead of us, but also a great present.”
Alexandre Pato scored twice in Brazil’s 3-0 demolition of Sweden, while Holland flopped again and Fabio Capello and Didier Deschamps made their debuts.