MILAN NEWS

It’s reported San Siro in Milan – the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza – will host the Champions League Final in 2016.
Milan legend Marco van Basten has mysteriously left the AZ Alkmaar bench for “severe symptoms.”
It’s reported Milan have agreed a two-year contract with Fernando Torres, who now must secure a Chelsea severance package.
Milan’s in-house television service is reporting that Chelsea midfielder Marco van Ginkel’s loan move may still happen.
Talks between Adriano Galliani and Fernando Torres’ agents have ended, with the Chelsea man’s representatives commenting they went well.
Milan director Adriano Galliani is currently dealing with Fernando Torres’ agents to try to bring the Spanish striker to Italy.
The Gazzetta dello Sport suggest Fernando Torres is happy to join Milan, but attention is still on his salary.
Adil Rami responded via Twitter to an offer from Monaco and warned “I won’t be leaving Milan.”
There are mixed reports on Jonathan Biabiany, as the Parma man is in advanced talks with Milan, Inter and Juventus.
Italy Coach Antonio Conte told Inter and Milan players “to deserve their call-up for the Nazionale.”
Sky Sport Italia claim Parma have offered Jonathan Biabiany to Juventus as part of an exchange for Simone Pepe.
Sky Sport Italia claim Marco van Ginkel has turned down a loan to Milan, as he wants to convince at Chelsea.
Alessio Cerci was dropped from Torino’s Europa League squad amid reports his agents are in talks with Arsenal.
Milan Channel are “considering” Monaco’s offer for Adil Rami, while Fernando Torres and Marco van Ginkel “are still deciding.”
Tottenham reportedly asked for Mattia De Sciglio in exchange for Roberto Soldado, but Milan turned them down.
Milan and Fernando Torres are €2.5m apart from completing a transfer, according to the club’s official television channel.
Chelsea and Milan have agreed a deal for the loan of Marco van Ginkel, and it is now down to the player to decide
Italy Coach Antonio Conte is today visiting the training grounds at Milan and Inter, assisted by new team manager Gabriele Oriali.
Today is seen as a key day in Milan’s hopes of signing Fernando Torres, with Liverpool’s Fabio Borini listed as a first alternative target.
Adriano Galliani confirmed Milan have asked Chelsea for Fernando Torres and are “confident” of getting Marco van Ginkel.