MILAN NEWS

There are reports Juventus Coach Max Allegri urged Roma to buy Radja Nainggolan, Kevin Strootman and Medhi Benatia when he was close to them.
Sampdoria-Roma is postponed due to weather warnings, but Juventus host Chievo today, then Inter take on Spal, Milan visit Lazio, Napoli are in Bologna.
Serie A returns after the international break, with several of the Scudetto contenders having one eye on Europe.
Trabzonspor have officially signed midfielder Jose Sosa from Milan, on loan with option to buy that will be activated in January.
The Juventus Stadium was opened six years ago today and the statistics show the huge boost it made to their club coffers.
Mattia De Sciglio marks the sixth anniversary of the Juventus Stadium’s opening by noting it “creates a sense of awe.”
Milan director of sport Massimiliano Mirabelli commented on their massive transfer strategy, Marco Fassone and “small man” Mino Raiola.
Jose Sosa has passed his medical with Trabzonspor, so is ready to complete the transfer from Milan.
Lucas Biglia says he chose Milan’s No 21 jersey due to “superhero” Andrea Pirlo and that he and Riccardo Montolivo can play together.
Gennaro Gattuso admits Franck Kessie “scares” him with his physique, while Milan’s summer reminded him of Carlo Ancelotti’s reign.
Milan midfielder Jose Sosa will be a confirmed as a Trabzonspor player imminently after signing his contract with the Turkish club.
Lucas Biglia says he joined Milan “to win things” as the midfielder prepares to face former club Lazio on Sunday.
Filippo Inzaghi believes “it will be more difficult for Juventus to win the Scudetto” this season but “they remain favourites”.
Gabriel Paletta’s agent confirms Lazio “were the closest to signing him” but his client believes he can win a place at Milan.
Reports in Italy suggest a deal is done for Milan midfielder Jose Sosa to join Trabzonspor.
Milan sporting director Massimiliano Mirabelli is “very much in favour” of moving the transfer deadline to before the Serie A season starts.
It’s reported Suso has agreed a Milan renewal, and could put pen to paper next week.
Juventus full-back Mattia De Sciglio confirms “it was important to reunite” with Coach Massimiliano Allegri.
Milan midfielder Jose Sosa is reportedly very close to agreeing a return to Turkey with Trabzonspor.
Marek Hamsik confirms “I could finish my career at Napoli”, admitting that he’s rejected Juventus and Milan in the past.