MILAN NEWS

As President Silvio Berlusconi meets potential buyers, Milan ultras plan another protest during tonight’s Genoa game.
Bee Taechaboul has returned to Milan, and is expected to meet with Rossoneri President Silvio Berlusconi at Arcore.
Thai businessman Bee Taechaubol will sit down for dinner with Silvio Berlusconi this evening to discuss the sale of Milan.
Milan-owned goalkeeper Gabriel admits he’d like to stay at Carpi next season after they were promoted to Serie A.
Mattia Destro’s agent “won’t rule out” an extension of his loan at Milan rather than an immediate return to Roma.
Milan named their squad to face Genoa tomorrow night, missing Suso, Luca Antonelli and Gabriel Paletta.
CEO Adriano Galliani explained €91.3m losses and if Silvio Berlusconi does sell the club, “it will only be for the good of Milan.”
There’s confusion over Bee Taechaubol’s bid for Milan, as the businessman has left the city before a planned meeting.
Milan Coach Filippo Inzaghi says his side must ‘make up for a bad game against Udinese’ when they meet Genoa.
Milan captain Riccardo Montolivo is fed up of talking about the Rossoneri’s crisis - ‘the only answer we can give is on the pitch’.
Bee Taechaubol will meet with Silvio Berlusconi tomorrow, as talks to buy Milan gather pace, reports suggest.
Milan have cleared the first hurdle in their quest for a new stadium, with the plan among those approved by Fondazione Fiera.
Bee Taechaubol, otherwise known as Mr Bee, has said he is only interested in buying Milan and turned down three English clubs to pursue the Rossoneri.
Gian Piero Gasperini hopes Genoa can continue their fine form against Milan after disposing of Cesena 3-1.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini confirmed Paulo Dybala is in talks with PSG, but asked for €50m.
There are reports Milan wanted to sack Pippo Inzaghi and players told the Coach he was “unworthy” of the job.
Udinese patron Giampaolo Pozzo hailed Watford, but confessed he’d let Antonio Di Natale go “if he asked.”
Milan have gone into a training retreat ahead of Wednesday’s Serie A game against Genoa.
Andrea Stramaccioni said Udinese “proved what we can do” by beating Milan in a 2-1 victory.
Pippo Inzaghi blasted Milan for their 2-1 defeat to Udinese. “I can only apologise to fans. I never expected this lack of desire.”