MILAN NEWS

Milan are sweating on the fitness of Mati Fernandez, who went off injured on international duty.
Roberto Mancini has “no regrets” about returning to Inter, but warns “Juventus are on a different planet”.
Gianluigi Donnarumma thanks Giampiero Ventura and Gianluigi Buffon after making his Italy debut.
Li Yonghong, President of Sino-Europe Sports, wants to return Milan to “among the best clubs in the world”.
Milan’s holding company, Fininvest, has officially confirmed a deposit of €85m from Sino-Europe Sports.
An installment of €85m from Milan’s prospective new Chinese owners could reportedly arrive later today.
Stevan Jovetic admits he’s “disappointed” to be left out of the Europa League squad but assures “I want to stay at Inter and play”.
Former Milan Coach Filippo Inzaghi claims 'there is no Juventus challenger', but wishes luck to Lazio and Milan.
Gianluca Lapadula may finally have his big opportunity as starter in Milan-Udinese.
Inter and Milan have joined an international race for Sunderland's baby talent Joel Asoro.
Antonio Conte’s Chelsea are the latest club to be linked with Uruguay international Martin Caceres, a free agent.
Mauro Tassotti gives his take on Milan’s downfall as “mistakes were made” and Arrigo Sacchi’s legacy lived on until his “special mentality” evaporated.
Marco Borriello has revealed that he “could have joined Real Madrid or Manchester United” when leaving Milan in 2010.
Carlo Ancelotti claims Silvio Berlusconi would “only” criticise his Milan team “at the end of matches in which we played well”.
Milan managing director Umberto Gandini will reportedly be confirmed as Roma’s new CEO next week.
Ukraine assistant Mauro Tassotti admits he “became very bored” at Milan as “I wanted to coach again”.
Milan legend Mauro Tassotti says he is “delighted” to be Andriy Shevchenko’s Ukraine assistant and wants to help football in the country “grow and progress”.
Paolo Maldini and Demetrio Albertini are reportedly being lined up for roles at Milan by new general director Marco Fassone.
Milan will begin their search for a new sporting director next week, with four serious candidates.
Milan have an interest in Sao Paulo's Rodrigo Caio, but Napoli got there first.