EUROPA LEAGUE

Suso has warned Milan’s rivals that his club ‘are here and alive’ after ‘suffering’ during their Europa League ordeal.
Fiorentina say they ‘respect’ the decision to reinstate Milan to the Europa League. “We’re used to earning our participation on the pitch...”
Atalanta will face FK Sarajevo next week in the Europa League, after Milan’s ban was overturned.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport has overturned UEFA’s decision to exclude Milan from the Europa League.
Duvan Zapata explains he moved to Atalanta because Sampdoria “did nothing to hold on to me”.
Stefano Pioli believes Fiorentina “deserve to play in the Europa League for the club’s reliability” as pre-season started with a 17-0 win.
The full 33-page document on why Milan were excluded from Europe for Financial Fair Play violations points to an unrealistic business plan.
Gennaro Gattuso insists Milan are preparing ‘with Europe on our minds’ and that Simone Zaza is too similar to Patrick Cutrone.
New Fiorentina signing Alban Lafont would likely miss the Europa League qualifier, if Milan’s appeal is unsuccessful.
Gigi Buffon admits “at one point I really believed Napoli would win the Scudetto, because they had the psychological advantage” over Juventus.
FIGC Vice-Commissioner Alessandro Costacurta said UEFA excluding Milan from Europe was “not a surprise. We must ensure it doesn’t happen again.”
Atalanta unveiled their 2018-19 first, second and third choice kits today, but used models rather than players for the presentation.
Milan have, as expected, announced their appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport after UEFA excluded them from Europe for one year.
Milan have been excluded from the Europa League, which will cost them around €20m, but it’s not necessarily all bad news.
Milan have been excluded from Europe for this season for Financial Fair Play violations, in one of the toughest sentences ever handed down.
From the very start, Yonghong Li’s takeover of Milan for €740m has been shrouded in controversy, confusion and very little clarity.
Fiorentina will start their pre-season two days earlier than previously planned, potentially indicating they expect to be in the Europa League.
Milan are expected to receive their Financial Fair Play verdict from UEFA and see Rocco Commisso take over from Yonghong Li tomorrow.
The mayor of Milan believes it would be a “massive injustice” if Milan are given a European ban by UEFA.
UEFA’s verdict on whether Milan will be excluded from the Europa League has reportedly been delayed until Tuesday or Wednesday.
Milan released a statement ahead of tomorrow’s expected FFP verdict outlining their work to balance the books and demanding “equal rules for all.”
Atalanta will face FC Banants of Armenia or Serbian side FK Sarajevo in the second round of the Europa League preliminaries.
Milan will learn their Financial Fair Play fate tomorrow, and there’s a real risk they’ll be thrown out of the Europa League.
Milan’s lawyer assures they’re “optimistic” ahead of next week’s UEFA verdict on Financial Fair Play.
Massimiliano Mirabelli has warned UEFA that the Europa League ‘would lose some of its charm’ without Milan.
Sampdoria are said to have agreed a fee with RB Salzburg for winger Valon Berisha, but the player still has to give the all-clear.
Yonghong Li will meet Monday’s deadline for €10m, according to the Corriere della Sera, but must provide Milan another €30m by June 15.
The New York Times claims that UEFA’s financial investigators have recommended kicking Milan out of the Europa League for FFP violations.
There are growing concerns Milan could be excluded from the Europa League, as Elliott Management try to wrest control from Yonghong Li.
Pepe Reina calls Milan “one of the most important clubs in the world” and is not concerned by their Financial Fair Play problems.