MILAN NEWS

La Stampa reports that Erick Thohir’s purchase of Inter in 2013 is also being investigated by Italy’s financial police.
Inter are 15th in European clubs for aggregate home attendances in 2016-17, the only Italian side in the top 20.
Fabio Borini maintains Milan have struggled because “the opposition teams won’t let us play and it’s difficult to break them down.”
Luca Antonelli has given the all-clear for a move to Fiorentina, but Milan have not yet decided whether to sell, confirmed his agent.
Italian designers Diesel have unveiled a new clothing and accessories line inspired – and modelled – by Milan players.
Davide Massa has been announced as the referee for this Sunday’s clash between Inter and Roma.
Milan’s doctor explains no date has been set for Andrea Conti’s return but he’ll have tests “in two weeks”.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta reveals they “closed the deal for Paulo Dybala while Milan and Inter were hesitating.”
If Yonghong Li doesn’t pay back his debt to Elliott Management, they will put Milan up for sale “to the highest bidder,” confirmed a representative.
Vincenzo Montella won back some admiration from Sevilla fans after a shock 2-1 Copa del Rey victory away to Atletico Madrid.
Barcelona are reportedly eager to be rid of Gerard Deulofeu and prepared to hand him over to Napoli on loan with €17m option to buy.
UEFA’s European Club Footballing Landscape report lays bare Serie A’s issues with stadiums, with a 3 per cent drop in gate receipts.
It’s reported Genoa are interested in Manuel Locatelli, but Milan consider him unsellable.
UEFA’s benchmarking document puts Milan’s net summer transfer spend at €203m, second only to Paris Saint-Germain.
Inter were the only Serie A club to crack UEFA’s top 20 in terms of total spectators last season.
Marcello Lippi believes Gennaro Gattuso has ‘reenergised’ Milan and is ‘succeeding’ in reviving their fortunes
Premier League strugglers Swansea City are the latest club to be linked with Milan striker Andre Silva.
Udinese have confirmed that Jakub Jankto will stay at the club this month and not leave until a “suitable replacement” is signed.
Milan insist they will not be making any signings this month as the Rossoneri want to ‘consolidate’ their current squad.
Milan have finally agreed a deal to sell defender Gustavo Gomez to Boca Juniors, according to Gazzetta dello Sport.