Manchester City’s Manuel Pellegrini and Sampdoria’s Vincenzo Montella are reportedly favourites for the Milan job.
The Chinese investors interested in Milan reportedly want to offer Paolo Maldini a role as director.
Reports say Milan owner Silvio Berlusconi will grant Chinese investors exclusivity by the end of the week, but a final decision won’t arrive for a month.
Alvaro Morata is the latest Juventus player to suffer muscular problems, but should be fit for the Coppa Italia Final.
Sassuolo patron Giorgio Squinzi insists Domenico Berardi will go to “whoever pays more,” as there is no Juventus deal.
New reports suggest Silvio Berlusconi has agreed to sell 51 per cent of Milan to Chinese investors.
Cesare Prandelli isn’t looking to return as Italy CT, but urges others not to “renounce” the Azzurri job.
Riccardo Montolivo has agreed in principle to a three-year extension with Milan, according to reports.
Milan’s joint-CEO Adriano Galliani confirms Mario Balotelli called him yesterday - “he’s changed”.
Pisa Coach Gennaro Gattuso believes “Italian football needs Inter and Milan to be competitive again”.
It’s reported Mario Balotelli phoned Milan’s joint-CEO Adriano Galliani to apologise for his missed penalty against Frosinone.
Chinese magnate Jack Ma, who initially denied being interested in buying Milan, is now being linked to the sale again.
The Chinese investors interested in buying Milan reportedly want an answer from President Silvio Berlusconi by this Wednesday.
Juventus striker Simone Zaza is touted to leave for Milan or Roma, but Euro 2016 may change everything.
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Senad Lulic still believes Lazio can qualify for Europe and warns “we know how to beat big clubs like Inter.”
Gianluca Zambrotta says 'this is no longer the same Mario Balotelli' after Milan-Frosinone 3-3.
Luca Antonelli says Milan 'have nothing to smile about' after the 3-3 draw against Frosinone.
Cristian Brocchi defended Milan’s performance after scraping a last-gasp 3-3 draw with Frosinone, as Sassuolo went into sixth place.
Frosinone Coach Roberto Stellone had “huge doubts” on the Milan penalty that sealed their 3-3 draw at San Siro.