MILAN NEWS

Boca Juniors are reportedly close to agreeing terms for Milan defender Gustavo Gomez, with a €5m buy-out at the end of 18 months.
Milan are interested in Atalanta right-back Hans Hateboer, according to reports in the Netherlands.
Gianluca Lapadula has revealed that he initially rejected Genoa for Milan in 2016 and described his experience at San Siro as 'unforgettable'.
Pepe Reina’s agent assures there have been no calls from Juventus or Milan, but they “haven’t heard from Napoli over a new contract either.”
Atalanta CEO Luca Percassi confirms Juventus Coach Max Allegri “likes Bryan Cristante, but we haven’t received Liverpool offers for Papu Gomez.”
Boca Juniors reportedly improved their offer for Gustavo Gomez, but Milan again refused, while second choice Lisandro Lopez is heading to Inter.
Genoa confirm they are interested in signing Manuel Locatelli on loan, but “we don’t know what Milan’s intentions are.”
Diego Armando Maradona criticised Sevilla for hiring Vincenzo Montella to replace Eduardo Berizzo. “There are thousands of Coaches who could do the job.”
Milan midfielder Riccardo Montolivo admits “nobody expected so many problems” at the start of the season.
Sporting director Massimiliano Mirabelli makes it clear Milan won’t buy anyone this month, but insists “we didn’t overpay for anyone” in the summer.
Kevin-Prince Boateng offers his support to Juventus midfielder Blaise Matuidi - “we’re all in this together”.
Milan striker Nikola Kalinic has rejected the idea of joining Fabio Cannavaro’s Guangzhou Evergrande, according to reports.
Vincenzo Montella has ruled out switching to a back three at Sevilla. “You need time, but we don’t have that.”
Milan boss Gennaro Gattuso admits he was left speechless by Carlo Ancelotti’s letter to him for his 40th birthday.
Ex-Inter striker Jurgen Klinsmann says “the city of Milan must go back to being the capital of football” and describes Italy’s World Cup no-show as a ‘disaster’.
Udinese have taken Jakub Jankto off the market for the January transfer window, disappointing Milan, Juventus, Arsenal and Everton.
Atalanta Coach Gian Piero Gasperini is an option for the Milan bench next season, claims the Corriere dello Sport.
Inter have waded in on the San Siro controversy, telling Mayor Giuseppe Sala and Milan that their “plans have been clear for 18 months.”
A media row has erupted between Milan and the Mayor Giuseppe Sala, who asked publicly “when can you tell me if you’ll invest in San Siro?”
Napoli have made formal contact with Barcelona to discuss buying Gerard Deulofeu, claim Sky Sport Italia, but the player prefers Inter.