MILAN NEWS

Reports in the UK suggest Milan, Inter and Roma are interested in Manchester City’s Samir Nasri.
Milan Badelj’s agent confirms his client’s “dream is to go and play for Milan” but Fiorentina “don’t want to sell him”.
Milan are reportedly set to appoint Marco Fassone to their board, and could poach Piero Ausilio from Inter.
Juventus have turned down a request by Milan for Simone Zaza, as they are not interested in loan deals.
Milan could appoint former Inter and Fiorentina directors Andrea Romeo and Daniele Prade as it restructures its staff.
Joint-CEO Adriano Galliani is expected to leave Milan in mid-September, as the new ownership reshuffles its directors.
Napoli make an offer for Mattia De Sciglio, but Milan are hoping to solve their liquidity problems by selling Carlos Bacca instead.
Milan have stepped-up their pursuit of Milan Badelj, and reportedly expect a response from Fiorentina in the coming days.
Milan’s joint-CEO Adriano Galliani has reportedly met with Milan Badelj’s agent, and will offer around €10m to Fiorentina.
The Chinese consortium buying Milan say they want to return the club ‘to the top of the world.’
Spanish daily AS report that Real Madrid are keen to sell Isco, with Milan interested.
Corriere della Sera report that Carlos Bacca has failed to agree personal terms with West Ham United.
Milan will reportedly look to bring in Milan Badelj and Juan Cuadrado as they attempt to strengthen their squad.
Juventus striker Simone Zaza is reportedly waiting for Milan, as he doesn’t want to move to Wolfsburg.
Milan are reportedly pushing for Fiorentina midfielder Milan Badelj.
Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri expects Claudio Marchisio to return to action in October.
Roma may sell Leandro Paredes to Milan or Juventus in order to sign Amadou Diawara or Youri Tielemans.
Fabio Capello says it was 'destiny' that Milan should be purchased by the Chinese: 'Today a single businessman can't cut it'.
The new ownership's injection of cash allows Milan to pursue Zenit St Petersburg's Axel Witsel, plus Chelsea's Juan Cuadrado and Diego Costa.
Inter veteran Marco Fassone is chosen as Milan's incoming director general, but the new owners remain largely unidentified.