MILAN NEWS

Luca Antonini sent a touching message to fans and teammates after his move to Genoa. “I gave my heart for Milan.”
Alessandro Matri and Valter Birsa are already in the Milan squad to face Cagliari tomorrow evening.
Real Madrid Coach Carlo Ancelotti is confident “Milan will certainly do everything to get” Kaka.
Milan have agreed to exchange Luca Antonini with Genoa midfielder Valter Birsa.
Cagliari Coach Diego Lopez insists he doesn’t feel like “a newcomer” and faces his mentor Max Allegri at Milan tomorrow.
Massimiliano Allegri is pleased to have Alessandro Matri at Milan, said goodbye to Kevin-Prince Boateng and confirms “we could do with Kaka.”
Massimiliano Allegri explains why Milan signed Alessandro Matri from Juventus. “It’s the perfect partnership with Mario Balotelli.”
Roma have reportedly offered €7.5m for co-ownership of Cagliari defender Davide Astori, also a target for Milan.
Kaka moves closer to Milan after admitting “I miss Italy,” while CSKA Moscow shoot down another Keisuke Honda offer.
Liverpool and Milan are set to fight it out for Paris Saint-Germain defender Mamadou Sakho, reports suggest.
Italian giants Milan have confirmed the sale of Kevin Prince Boateng to German outfit Schalke 04.
Juventus boss Antonio Conte has admitted he would have preferred the club to keep both Alessandro Matri and Emanuele Giaccherini.
Milan have confirmed they will look to replace Kevin Prince Boateng in the squad with either Keisuke Honda or Kaka.
Milan have completed the transfer of Juventus striker Alessandro Matri. “I’ve always dreamed of the No 9 shirt.”
German club Schalke have confirmed Milan’s Kevin Prince Boateng is in Germany ahead of a surprise move.
Arrigo Sacchi says he is surprised by claims he was the presumed target of Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri’s outburst this week.
Kaka has launched a sensational ‘come and get me’ plea to Milan. “I want to leave” Real Madrid by Monday.
Juventus have sold Alessandro Matri to Milan for approximately €11m, as confirmed by Milan Channel.
Milan director Umberto Gandini laughs that “at least our fans can see Barcelona again” for the fourth time in three years.
Milan begin their Champions League campaign at San Siro with Celtic and face Barcelona twice in two weeks.