MILAN NEWS

Milan presented their new 2014-15 strip in New York, including the unveiling of the away jersey.
Santos warn “it is difficult” for them to afford Milan striker Robinho, even on loan from Orlando City.
Blerim Dzemaili’s representative hinted the Napoli midfielder is “close” to both Milan and Valencia.
Jackson Martinez’s agent confirms “Milan like him and Roma had thought about a buy, but I haven’t had talks lately.”
Shakhtar Donetsk have set Douglas Costa’s asking price at €26m, with Milan thought to be one of several sides interested.
Pippo Inzaghi will use Milan’s pre-season trip to America to try out several different formations, according to one report.
Cruzeiro sporting director Alexandre Mattos has insisted that Robinho is not in their plans.
Torino are reportedly pushing for bids of €18m for forward Alessio Cerci, but this is above Milan’s reported maximum offer.
Tuttosport believe that Andrea Pirlo and Massimiliano Allegri have put their Milan past behind them to work together at Juventus.
Robinho’s agent confirmed there are “interesting” offers from clubs including Cruzeiro and Orlando City.
In a surprise development, Milan could sell Robinho to Cruzeiro rather than MLS side Orlando City.
Robinho’s Milan exit should be resolved one way or another “within 10 days,” said the Orlando City patron.
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi warns “we must get back to winning. We are still the most successful club in the world.”
The 2014-15 Coppa Italia draw has been performed with Lazio-Livorno early on, while Inter-Milan and Roma-Juventus could be semi-finals.
Pippo Inzaghi has explained Milan’s target heading out the US, his contentment to work with Mario Balotelli and the season objective.
Milan have listed 31 players they will take out to the United States for their planned pre-season tour, including a number of new faces.
Domenico Criscito ‘will certainly stay in Russia’ this summer, as talks of a move from Zenit St Petersburg to Milan appear over.
Mario Balotelli has reportedly requested an after-tax salary of €6.3m from Arsenal, if they are to sign him from Milan.
Milan’s pre-season tour of the United States will reportedly bring in as much as €3.5m in revenue, more than Inter and Roma.
As Milan meet with Robinho and his agent, the Brazilian will not travel to the United States for the Rossoneri’s pre-season tour.