MILAN NEWS

Luiz Adriano “can’t wait to start training with Milan. It’s a dream come true” to follow so many Brazilian stars.
Milan transfer target Zlatan Ibrahimovic said he “must decide where to end my career” as a shock link with Inter emerges.
Roberto Donadoni believes Jose Mauri has ‘all the qualities to do well’, after moving to Milan.
Marco Fassone admits Inter are ‘looking at’ Mohamed Salah, but insists ‘we haven’t done anything wrong’.
Former Milan captain Franco Baresi has praised the Rossoneri’s “great and innovative project” to construct a new stadium.
Sevilla Coach Unai Emery has revealed his reasons for turning down the chance to join Napoli or Milan this summer.
Axel Witsel’s Italian agent reveals “the player said yes to Milan. They’re prepared to pay €20m, but Zenit want €30m.”
Milan have offered centre-back Alex to his former club Santos, claim Brazilian media.
Milan signed Jose Mauri and his older “more technically gifted” brother Juan is set to join him.
Milan goalkeeper Gabriel has reportedly agreed to extend his loan at newly-promoted Carpi.
Giampaolo Pazzini was released by Milan, so now considers offers from Hellas Verona and Real Betis.
Milan midfielder Suso is sure the Rossoneri are improving - ‘the club is making a lot of signings and improving the level of the squad’.
It’s reported Silvio Berlusconi personally decided to renew the contract of Milan defender Philippe Mexes.
Milan have officially announced a one-year contract extension for French defender Philippe Mexes.
Juan Iturbe admits this season will be ‘very difficult’ for Roma, as their rivals are all getting stronger.
It’s reported Alessio Romagnoli has accepted a move to Milan, but Roma are asking for €30m for the youngster.
Reports suggest Milan are still dreaming of a return for Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
French defender Philippe Mexes has reportedly been told his Milan contract will not be renewed.
Milan increased their bid for Alessio Romagnoli to €18m plus bonuses, but Roma rejected it again.
Barbara Berlusconi said Milan’s “historic” new stadium will bring in “from €50m to €80m per year” and follow the London model.