MILAN NEWS

Real Madrid Coach Carlo Ancelotti says he is happy at the club and has confidence in his team ahead of their Champions League semi-final.
Sulley Muntari has admitted that Milan’s next two games are vital if they are to qualify for the Europa League.
Algerian youngster Zinedine Ferhat has denied reports that he could move to Milan in the summer.
Il Messaggero believe that Juventus, Milan and Tottenham can be added to the list of names tracking Cagliari’s Davide Astori.
Sao Paulo’s President says that the club may not be able to compete financially for Ricky Kaka, but that they are ‘the right place’ for the Milan man.
Leonardo reveals he left Milan “because of personal misunderstandings” and does not regret quitting Inter for PSG.
Nigel De Jong, Rolando and Walter Samuel are among the players suspended for Serie A Week 35.
Milan CEO Barbara Berlusconi says making money is important to the Rossoneri, just as winning trophies is.
Milan defender Mattia De Sciglio is flattered by transfer speculation linking him with a move to Real Madrid.
Former Milan midfielder Romeo Benetti has backed Rossoneri Coach Clarence Seedorf to lead the side into next season.
Ex-Inter Coach Mircea Lucescu believes both Milan clubs need time in order to turn their fortunes around.
Fabio Capello has confirmed that he will retire from the game after the 2018 World Cup.
Antonio Nocerino and Pablo Armero will stay at West Ham once their loans end in the summer, but the news isn’t so good for Marco Borriello.
Reports in the British Press this afternoon claim that Tottenham playmaker Christian Eriksen could be set for a switch to Serie A.
Stephan El Shaarawy has returned to training with the Milan first team after several months out with a foot injury.
Sepp Blatter has made clear his position on the continued debate of further help for referees with television replays.
CONI President Giovanni Malago has labelled this Serie A season as ‘below par’ beyond Juventus and Roma, saying that something must be changed.
Nigel de Jong has considered that the sacrifices he has had to make to become a professional footballer have all been worth it.
Simon Kjaer admits he is flattered by reported interest from Milan, but holds off on his future plans.
Milan have won five in a row, but Clarence Seedorf’s situation is increasingly tense. “Ask the club.”