BOLOGNA NEWS

Empoli saw off unlucky Torino and Atalanta conquered Genoa to end the season on a high, while Bologna held Chievo.
Coach Roberto Donadoni says Bologna will start “important evaluations” for next season on Monday.
Roberto Donadoni admits he could leave Bologna “If I do go for another opportunity, my club will be the first to know.”
Emanuele Giaccherini says ‘Sunderland can’t ask too much for me’ as he targets a Bologna stay.
Mauro Tassotti doesn’t understand why Sinisa Mihajlovic was fired and sees Silvio Berlusconi selling Milan as “almost inevitable.”
Bologna Coach Roberto Donadoni says the sale of Amadou Diawara ‘wouldn’t be a problem if someone better arrives.’
Lazio's Lucas Biglia was banned for the last Serie A game and fined, along with a considerable number of other players.
Bologna are trying to sign Roma sporting director Walter Sabatini, and this could affect striker Mattia Destro directly.
Roberto Donadoni blasted “naïve” Amadou Diawara for two bookings within 12 minutes, but is “pained to see Milan like this.”
Cristian Brocchi concedes it wasn’t an impressive Milan performance in Bologna, “but the important thing was to get three points.”
Carlos Bacca trusts Milan’s “intelligent” victory over 10-man Bologna will “boost our confidence.”
Carlos Bacca’s penalty proved enough for an uninspired Milan to beat 10-man Bologna, as Amadou Diawara saw red after just 12 minutes.
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani confessed a Zlatan Ibrahimovic offer will depend on Europa League qualification.
Milan only have Mario Balotelli on the bench, so Luiz Adriano partners Carlos Bacca in the tricky trip to Bologna.
Milan midfielder Jose Mauri wants to “repay President Silvio Berlusconi for his faith” in the team.
There are reports Mario Balotelli isn’t fit to start tonight for Milan against Bologna, so Luiz Adriano partners Carlos Bacca.
Join us for all the build-up and action to today’s two Serie A games, Inter v Empoli and Milan’s crunch trip to Bologna.
Today Inter host Empoli and Milan’s hopes could be dashed by Roberto Donadoni’s Bologna, then it’s Roma-Chievo, Verona-Juventus, Torino-Napoli and the Genoa Derby.
Roberto Donadoni urged Bologna to “celebrate” their Serie A safety by taking down his old club Milan tomorrow.
Cristian Brocchi warns his players they’re “fighting for their futures at Milan”.