MILAN NEWS

Christian Abbiati told Milan teammate Mario Balotelli he can be as good as Zlatan Ibrahimovic – “if he gives 100 per cent.”
Flamengo trust they can prise Robinho away from Milan with the aid of “fans ready to aid the club financially.”
New Genoa striker Alessandro Matri is out for three weeks with a calf strain.
It’s reported Juventus boss Max Allegri wants a reunion with Milan and Colombia defender Cristian Zapata.
Adriano Galliani was asked about rumours Antonio Conte had a deal with Milan in May. “I plead the Fifth.”
Adriano Galliani said Mario Balotelli is “99.9 per cent” staying at Milan, confirmed interest in Joel Campbell and updates on Robinho.
Tuttosport claim Milan are offering Mario Balotelli to Arsenal for Joel Campbell plus €10m cash.
Robinho’s agent insists a move to Orlando City is not out of the question, but “he won’t remain at Milan.”
Flamengo’s ex-President has revealed the club’s strategy to fund a temporary move for Robinho, but Milan wouldn’t get a transfer fee.
Stephan El Shaarawy’s brother and agent has rubbished links to Real Madrid, assuring that his future is at Milan.
Urbano Cairo has urged Alessio Cerci to determine his Torino future, whilst he reflects on Ciro Immobile and Matteo Darmian.
Pippo Inzaghi chose to take positives from Milan’s defeat to Olympiacos whilst promising when he has a full squad: “we will be another team.”
Milan began their tour of the United States and Canada with defeat in Toronto on Thursday night to Olympiacos.
Keisuke Honda has admitted that this is an important year in his Milan career, but believes he can improve for the Rossoneri.
It seems that Serie A leaders are split on who should be the next President of the FIGC.
Adriano Galliani has confirmed that Milan are in talks with Orlando City for Robinho, but has claimed that a move is ‘very far away’.
Milan have rejected a €16m offer for Stephan El Shaarawy from Real Madrid, it has been claimed this afternoon.
Orlando City owner Flavio Augusto da Silva has revealed that the club are in advanced talks to sign Robinho.
Flamengo are another team supposedly interested in Robinho, but the attacker’s wages are thought to be too high.
Sulley Muntari has admitted that Milan’s season last time out ‘did not go well’, but is confident of a change.