MILAN NEWS

Juventus midfielder Simone Padoin warns the Coppa Italia final with Milan “will be far from simple”.
Silvio Berlusconi is concerned about his involvement in decision making if he sells Milan, according to reports.
Alessandro Florenzi says Italy “would like to be outsiders” for Euro 2016.
Milan forward M’Baye Niang assures he’s “working to be back to my best for the Coppa Italia final”.
Nicola Rizzoli will referee Milan’s crucial clash against Roma at San Siro as the final allocation of Serie A referees is announced.
‘The fight for second isn’t over’ insists Roma's Kostas Manolas, although he believes ‘Napoli have an easy task.’
Reports say Sevilla’s Unai Emery is a coaching option that would satisfy both Silvio Berlusconi and Milan’s Chinese investors.
Milan reportedly contacted Roma striker Edin Dzeko’s representatives as he’s their Plan B to PSG’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Luciano Spalletti said he’d vote Napoli boss Maurizio Sarri as Coach of the Year. “I thought I’d seen it all, but he brought something else.”
Marcello Lippi said there’s “no truth yet” in reports he’ll become Italy technical director and advised Silvio Berlusconi to sell Milan.
Juventus are the ninth most valuable club in world football, according to Forbes, and earned $101m from the Champions League.
Mauro Tassotti doesn’t understand why Sinisa Mihajlovic was fired and sees Silvio Berlusconi selling Milan as “almost inevitable.”
Italian reports claim Inter have beaten Milan and Leicester City to Tonny Vilhena, who leaves Feyenoord as a free agent.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani would reportedly stay on for at least another year under new Chinese ownership.
Diego Lopez says Milan ‘made errors in planning from the start’ and criticises Sinisa Mihajlovic for ‘lacking respect.’
Reports say PSG’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic could snub moves to China and Manchester United for Milan, but new investment could upset a deal.
Milan are showing an interest in Aston Villa left-back Jordan Amavi after his team’s relegation.
Milan are linked with an offer for Orlando City’s Colombian midfielder Cristian Andres Higuita.
Chinese investors are “optimistic of completing a deal rapidly” with Milan, said advisor Sal Galatioto.
Milan Channel confirmed the exclusivity agreement with Chinese buyers is until June 15 and there are no penalties for pulling out.