MILAN NEWS

Milan are in the running for Barcelona defender Emerson Royal, according to Mundo Deportivo, but there’s strong competition for the €30m right-back.
Future Milan coach Ralf Rangnick has reportedly chosen Patrik Schick to lead their attack next season, as RB Leipzig won’t pay Roma the full €29m.
Paolo Valeri will officiate the match between Sassuolo and Juventus, while Rosario Abisso takes Udinese-Lazio and Marco Piccinini works on Bologna-Napoli.
Roma are going in for Napoli striker Arkadiusz Milik, claims the Corriere dello Sport, by sell Cengiz Under to the Partenopei and Edin Dzeko to Inter.
Sevilla are now liable to pay around €24m for Milan loanee Suso after they qualified for the Champions League.
Milan are reportedly closing in on a deal to sign RB Salzburg midfielder Dominik Szoboszlai.
Napoli boss Gennaro Gattuso believes Milan should keep Paolo Maldini as a director. ‘He can still do very good things for them.’
Lega Serie A says it is ‘hopeful’ stadiums will be partially reopened to fans before the end of the season.
Former Milan coach Fabio Capello says Ralf Rangnick ‘did interesting but unimportant things’ in Germany and feels the Rossoneri start from scratch again unless they stick with current coach Stefano Pioli.
Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly has claimed it ‘didn’t look like a penalty’ as Milan picked up a point at the San Paolo and encouraged the Partenopei to ‘keep working like we are doing’.
Napoli and Milan fought it out for an entertaining 2-2 draw with twists and turns at the Stadio Olimpico, as Gennaro Gattuso faced his former club for the first time.
Stefano Pioli maintains Milan ‘showed we were up to the task’ against Napoli in a 2-2 draw, explains defending on the equaliser and insists his future is ‘out of my control.’
Gennaro Gattuso believes the current penalty rules are not fit for purpose, but was angrier with Napoli for ‘scoring too few goals and conceding too many’ against Milan.
It was a four-goal thriller at the Stadio San Paolo, as Milan took an early lead, Napoli turned it all around, only for Franck Kessie to convert a penalty for 2-2.
Paolo Maldini again hints he won’t be part of Milan’s future, they ‘cannot win just with young players’ and does not regret calling Ralf Rangnick talks ‘disrespectful.’
Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s six Serie A games, including relegation dogfight Genoa-SPAL, Fiorentina-Verona and fight for fifth place Napoli-Milan.
Napoli bring back David Ospina and stick with Stanislav Lobotka, while Milan have Lucas Paqueta, Hakan Calhanoglu, Ante Rebic and Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Brescia are demanding €50m for midfielder Sandro Tonali, whereas it’s reported Juventus, Inter and Milan won’t go beyond €30m.
In a surprise development, Football Italia learn Milan have entered the race to sign Lille striker Victor Osimhen, although Napoli remain strong contenders.
The Capocannoniere race is suddenly tighter than ever, as Cristiano Ronaldo has 28 goals and Ciro Immobile 29, the most prolific battle since the 1950s.