MILAN NEWS

Juan Cuadrado’s agent will meet with the Fiorentina hierarchy this afternoon to try and establish what his client’s future might be.
Torino President Urbano Cairo has denied suggestions that his meeting with Adriano Galliani was football-related.
Inter and Corinthians are in negotiations for Alexandre Pato, but there is one hurdle the Nerazzurri have to overcome.
Kaka has claimed that working with Clarence Seedorf was ‘always a pleasure’ and wishes Pippo Inzaghi all the best at Milan.
Sime Vrsaljko’s agent has confirmed that a meeting between Milan and Genoa will take place this week to discuss his client.
Juventus are apparently set to tie up negotiations for Juan Manuel Iturbe and could have him signed on Wednesday.
Roma are expected to tie up Salih Ucan today, sign Ashley Cole to a two-year contract and then turn attention to Urby Emanuelson.
Sport Mediaset claims Alexandre Pato is returning to San Siro, but this time with an Inter jersey.
Milan are reportedly stepping up their negotiations with Torino for €20m-rated Italy winger Alessio Cerci.
Robinho is expected to leave Milan for an MLS club, but several are interested on top of Kaka’s Orlando City.
Sime Vrsaljko’s agent confirmed talks with Milan, but insisted “nothing has been concluded” with Genoa.
Roma are very active on the market, as they’ve reportedly secured Urby Emanuelson, Ashley Cole and Alan Arario.
World Cup winner Mauro German Camoranesi blasted Mario Balotelli and suggested a new face for Italy.
Alessandro Matri is close to joining Genoa on loan with Sime Vrsaljko sold to Milan.
Chievo are on the verge of signing Milan midfielder Valter Birsa on loan.
Juan Guillermo Cuadrado faces Brazil tonight, but the Fiorentina and Colombia star reveals he’s “inspired by Robinho.”
The Corriere della Sera suggest Orlando City are interested in signing a second Brazilian from Milan this summer - Robinho.
La Stampa believe that Milan and Valencia remain €1.5m apart in negotiations for the transfer of Adil Rami.
Alessandro Matri says his first option is to stay at Milan this summer, but he will ‘consider all possibilities’ if he is down the pecking order.
Milan have released a statement denying that they have had any influence on words said by players and staff against Clarence Seedorf.