MILAN NEWS

Luca Antonelli is confident his old Genoa teammate Andrea Bertolacci can “have a big impact at Milan.”
Mauro Tassotti is staying at Milan as a talent scout for players on loan, extending his career at the club to 37 years.
After reports of interest from PSG, now Monaco are also being linked with a bid for Milan striker Hachim Mastour.
There are differing opinions on Sinisa Mihajlovic’s plan to use Stephan El Shaarawy in an Angel Di Maria role at Milan.
Giannelli Imbula’s father said Inter “make me want to throw up” after the midfielder joined Porto. “They sent threats.”
Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly eyeing Milan teenage prodigy Hachim Mastour.
Atalanta insist German Denis and Luca Cigarini “will not leave,” but Davide Zappacosta and Daniele Baselli are “highly sought-after.”
M’Baye Niang is confident he can shine at Milan after his Genoa loan spell. “I feel the club and Coach have faith in me.”
Roma's Walter Sabatini reportedly blocked any possible transfer of Alessio Romagnoli to Milan.
Carlos Bacca said goodbye to Sevilla fans ahead of his transfer to Milan. “I am feeling joy and sadness.”
As expected, Milan Channel confirmed ex-Parma midfielder Jose Mauri will undergo a medical on Monday.
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio is “worried about Inter and Milan investments. The balance sheet shouldn’t allow certain expenses.”
Fiorentina reportedly offer €5.5m for Gremio teenage midfielder Walace, but also track ex-Milan man Sulley Muntari.
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi confirmed “I want Zlatan Ibrahimovic” and he could be tempted from PSG for €6m per year.
Ex-Parma midfielder Jose Mauri is expected to have his Milan medical on Monday.
Mohamed Salah “will 100 per cent never return to Fiorentina. If he leaves Chelsea, it’ll be for Italy. Inter, Juventus, Milan and Roma are interested.”
Carlos Bacca said he “can’t wait to wear the Milan jersey and take them back where they belong. It’s one of the best clubs in the world.”
Inter Coach Roberto Mancini believes new signing Geoffrey Kongobia ‘can become one of the best in the world’.
Sampdoria sporting director Carlo Osti is convinced Alessio Romagnoli will stay at Roma rather than moving to Milan.
President Silvio Berlusconi openly admits Milan are aiming for the Scudetto, while discussing a possible new stadium.