MILAN NEWS

Silvio Berlusconi claims he owes “one final gesture” to Milan fans before bowing out – “finding a successor who can bring the club to an international standard”.
Juan Jesus claims Juventus have it “easy” without Inter and Milan challenging for Serie A, though the Nerazzurri “can win the Scudetto” next season.
Fernando Torres will leave Milan for Atletico Madrid on a permanent basis this summer as he confirms “only the small details are missing”.
Milan turned down a €30m Barcelona offer for defender Alessio Romagnoli, claim the Corriere dello Sport.
Marcello Lippi has told Inter and Milan fans to welcome investment from China, as “they are ambitious and can buy champions.”
If Milan complete the sale to a Chinese conglomerate, they’ll push for Unai Emery or Manuel Pellegrini as their new Coach.
Paolo Maldini denied he is working in America and revealed Milan directors are “lacking on a technical level.”
Carlos Bacca’s agent confirmed “many clubs are interested, but we need to know the new Milan project before deciding.”
Mateo Kovacic has reportedly been offered to Juventus for €25m, just a year after he joined Real Madrid.
Barcelona have reportedly expressed a “liking” for Milan’s Alessio Romagnoli after being priced out of other targets.
Roma could take advantage of Inter's frozen market to nab Barcelona's Aleix Vidal, say reports.
Milan's transfer strategy is frozen until the club's sale is completed, blocking Carlos Bacca and Cristian Brocchi in place.
Among Milan's Chinese buyers there could be the owners of the club Hebei Fortune, who signed Gervinho.
Genoa have reportedly activate the €4m clause to buy Cristian Ansaldi from Zenit, but multiple clubs want him next.
Silvio Berlusconi has reportedly given the go-ahead to Milan’s sale after being ‘convinced” of the Chinese investors.
Inter are trying to beat Milan for Barcelona winger Aleix Vidal, say reports.
Youngster Davide Calabria laments the 'lack of a sense of belonging' at Milan, but wants to stay and make it into the Azzurri.
President Silvio Berlusconi worries that the negotiations for the sale of Milan 'may take too long', whilst discussing the club's crisis.
Milan's prospective Chinese buyers will be revealed to President Silvio Berlusconi today, say reports
Starting from next season Serie A will require squads to include four youth team players and four players with Italian experience.