MILAN NEWS

Italy and Albania drew 0-0 in the first Under-21 international friendly of the season.
An experimental Sassuolo fell 1-0 to Celta Vigo in their first Trofeo TIM mini-match and they’ll play Milan next.
Vincenzo Montella believes Milan “are working on an ambitious and risky idea of football” after their Trofeo TIM match with Celta Vigo.
Carlos Bacca missed two sitters in a 0-0 draw with Celta Vigo, but Milan won their first Trofeo TIM mini-match on penalties.
Sassuolo director Giovanni Carnevali confirmed Alessandro Matri “is the right man for us,” but also target Mauricio Pinilla and Khouma Babacar.
Chievo confirm they “would like” Mario Balotelli, but “we doubt Liverpool would just give him away. He’s not a priority.”
New Inter Coach Frank de Boer “can’t wait to experience the Milan Derby” and hints there might not be any more signings.
Leicester City are leading the race for Roma midfielder Leandro Paredes by offering a reported €22m (£18.9m).
It’s reported Juventus aren’t interested in Rodrigo Bentancur, so Milan are free to make a formal offer.
Carlos Bacca’s agent won’t rule out a move to West Ham United - “let’s wait and see”.
Milan have identified Boca Juniors' Rodrigo Bentancur as their primary midfield target, but Juventus are in the way.
Arrigo Sacchi backs the idea of bringing former players in as Milan's directors and comments on Paolo Maldini, Billy Costacurta and Demetrio Albertini.
Former Milan Coach Arrigo Sacchi praises Silvio Berlusconi for giving calcio its 'Renaissance', whilst advising the new Chinese owners.
Milan are after former legends like Paolo Maldini, Demetrio Albertini and Billy Costacurta for directorship roles.
According to Sky Sport Italia, Milan have opened up a €15m budget to buy a new midfielder.
It’s reported Adriano Galliani has asked Fininvest to provide Milan with extra transfer funds.
Milan could recall Paolo Maldini as the club's ambassador, whilst Adriano Galliani looks to become the president of Lega Serie A.
Milan's new owners, Sino Europe, promise a new president for the club: 'But Silvio Berlusconi will remain in a honorary position'.
The sale of Milan to Chinese investors will be completed by November 4, according to reports.
Isco’s agent declares his client is “not interested” in joining Milan “or any other club” this summer.