MILAN NEWS

Milan have officially announced that Ignazio Abate will miss the rest of the season with an eye injury.
Tomas Rincón reflects on his move to Juventus from Genoa, and reveals he could have joined Milan instead.
Gerard Deulofeu thanks Milan for helping him win a Spain recall - ‘if not for them I wouldn’t be here’.
Manchester City are set to make an offer in the region on €120-150m for Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma, reports suggest.
Milan winger Suso is set to renew his contract with the club, according to reports.
Roma, Juventus, Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid, Barcelona, Tottenham, Manchester United and Manchester City will play the ICC in the United States.
If Daniele De Rossi and Leonardo Bonucci are not 100 per cent fit, Italy could start Roberto Gagliardini and Alessio Romagnoli against Albania.
Italy are planning a 4-2-4 formation against Albania, with Lorenzo Insigne and Marco Verratti, but Leonard Bonucci is in doubt.
Spanish paper AS claims Atletico Madrid have set their sights on Milan winger Suso for next season.
Mattia De Sciglio has still not worked out a new contract with Milan, as Juventus and Atletico Madrid show interest.
Barcelona’s technical secretary Robert Fernandez hints they could re-sign Gerard Deulofeu for €12m.
Milan Badelj’s agent declares “in these two years, Fiorentina have never offered a new contract”.
Milan TV assures a new €100m deposit from Sino-Europe Sports will be paid this week.
It’s reported Davide Massa received threats after refereeing Juventus-Milan.
Nevio Scala, who gave Gianluigi Buffon his debut, says Milan’s Gigio Donnarumma is the Juventus goalkeeper “20 years ago”.
Alejandro Gomez admits it will be “very hard” for Atalanta to reach Europe ahead of Inter and Milan but “we believe”.
The long-running takeover saga surrounding Milan could reportedly end in failure if a new €100m doesn’t arrive this week.
Reports suggest the latest €100m for the sale of Milan is held-up in the British Virgin Islands.
Milan midfielder Manuel Locatelli has revealed that scoring against Juventus earlier in the season was “a dream” and “one of my biggest thrills”.
President of the Italian Association of Referees Marchello Nicchi admits: 'we all make mistakes'.