MILAN NEWS

Potential Milan investor Bee Taechaubol would bring Paolo Maldini back to the club, according to reports this morning.
Pippo Inzaghi is reportedly not the only one battling for his Milan future, with joint-CEO Adriano Galliani also at risk.
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani said the game with Fiorentina is “important, but not decisive” for Pippo Inzaghi.
Silvio Berlusconi’s company Fininvest deny selling 51 per cent of Milan to ‘Mr Pink,’ but confirmed seeking “minority” investors.
Nigel de Jong won’t renew with Milan, but Juventus could beat Manchester United to the free agent.
There are reports Milan have sold 51 per cent of their shares to Poe Qiu Ying Wang Shuo, nicknamed Mr Pink.
Gabriel Paletta insists Milan are still united, despite their dismal form in recent weeks.
Michael Agazzi will be out for up to four months after the Milan goalkeeper underwent shoulder surgery.
Roberto Mancini says things are ‘difficult’ for Milan Coach Pippo Inzaghi, but understands he couldn’t turn them down.
Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli paid a surprise visit to his former teammates at Milan during their training session this morning.
It’s reported that a decision over permission for Milan’s prospective new stadium has been delayed, possibly until June.
Milan striker Stephan El Shaarawy says he hopes to be back for the derby with Inter on April 19.
Stephan El Shaarawy is “gratified by Arsenal interest,” but committed himself to Milan and a full recovery.
Adriano Galliani has reportedly told Milan’s players to target seventh and the Europa League.
Reports in Britain suggest that Milan, Roma and Inter are all attempting to lure Manchester City’s James Milner to Serie A this summer.
Antonio Conte dismisses suggestions he could take over at Milan next season as a ‘complete lie’ and backs Pippo Inzaghi.
Gennaro Gattuso admits he misses Milan, but says he’s not ready for the San Siro bench at this stage of his career.
It’s reported that Filippo Inzaghi has been assured his job at Milan is safe for the moment, after lunch with Adriano Galliani.
Reports are intensifying that Silvio Berlusconi has agreed a deal with Bee Taechaubol to sell a stake in Milan.
Inter CEO Michael Bolingbroke hints that they could move out of San Siro if Milan’s stadium plans fall through.