Daniele Orsato has been named as the referee for Sunday’s Derby della Mole between Torino and Juventus.
It’s reported Milan are working on a €250m refinancing deal with Elliott Management, separating Yonghong Li’s debt.
Milan will reportedly stick with Patrick Cutrone for tonight’s Europa League first leg with Ludogorets.
Davide Calabria maintains Milan “are not the favourites” in the Europa League against Ludogorets, “but we are here to progress.”
Simone Inzaghi warns Lazio “want to go all the way” in the Europa League and Coppa Italia, but makes changes against Steaua Bucharest.
Gennaro Gattuso notes Ludogorets have more Europa League experience than Milan and can’t be underestimated, while he “hates compliments.”
Lucas Biglia believes Juventus striker Gonzalo Higuain was “very influenced by destructive criticism”, but hopes he can return for Argentina.
Milan are still without Nikola Kalinic for tomorrow’s Europa League first leg with Ludogorets.
Mattia Perin says Gianluigi Buffon “will always be a reference point for everyone” and Gigio Donnarumma won’t be his only competition for the Italy number 1.
It’s reported Gennaro Gattuso will select the strongest possible Milan team against Ludogorets tomorrow, to secure qualification as quickly as possible.
Former Milan defender Gabriel Paletta is reportedly close to Jiangsu Suning, and could officially sign later this week.
Gennaro Gattuso is reported to be the lowest-paid Coach in Serie A, as the Milan boss is on the same terms as his Primavera contract.
It’s reported that Milan’s new deal with Puma is worth a minimum of €15m, putting them behind only Juventus in Serie A.
Milan are believed to be interested in Flamengo talent Lincoln, but he has a €30m release clause.
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Milan will sign Nikola Kalinic outright, after his appearance against Crotone triggered an obligation to buy from Fiorentina.
Silvio Berlusconi praises Gennaro Gattuso’s work at Milan, but once again laments the fact “we have only one striker”.
Juventus are in the top 10 in Europe in terms of how much their squad cost to assemble, with Milan, Roma and Inter in the top 20 and Napoli 21st.
Milan have officially confirmed that Puma will be their kit supplier from next season, after Adidas broke off their deal.
Milan and Torino would both be in Serie A’s top four based on the last six games, statistics from FootyStats reveal.