MILAN NEWS

Suso is the most likely player to be sold if Milan don’t make it into the Champions League, with Tottenham and Arsenal waiting.
Adel Taarabt claims he was “psychologically destroyed” from his spell at Milan, but is a new man and lost 11kg thanks to Genoa.
Gennaro Gattuso could be promoted from the Milan youth team to the main job if Vincenzo Montella loses to Genoa today.
Vincenzo Montella is set to revamp Milan again for today’s match with Genoa, using Suso and Hakan Calhanoglu behind Nikola Kalinic.
Genoa got their first win of the season last week and Ivan Juric wants to “build some momentum” against troubled Milan.
Vincenzo Montella quoted Winston Churchill, prepared for Genoa and insisted “the only problems at Milan are results, not the performances.”
Milan have Alessio Romagnoli, Ignazio Abate and Gustavo Gomez available, but not Luca Antonelli against Genoa.
Mario Balotelli reveals he was in negotiations with Juventus, would not return to Inter or Milan, but is enthusiastic about Napoli and Roma.
Milan CEO Marco Fassone concedes former President Silvio Berlusconi still calls to offer criticism, which “we don’t always agree with.”
Kevin-Prince Boateng confirms he turned down a move to Inter and sees Carlo Ancelotti as the “dream” Coach of troubled Milan.
Milan CEO Marco Fassone did not deny Coach Vincenzo Montella would be sacked, as Paulo Sousa, Guus Hiddink and Walter Mazzarri are options.
CEO Marco Fassone admits if they don’t qualify for the Champions League, Milan will have to “sell one or two top players” next summer.
Napoli have alerted Andre Silva’s agent that they are interested if Milan fail to qualify for the Champions League, it’s reported.
Vincenzo Montella has reportedly been told he must take six points from the next two games to keep his Milan job.
Juventus have made more money from the Champions League in the last 10 years than any other club outwith Real Madrid and Barcelona.
Two unbeaten sides go head-to-head this weekend, with plenty of other exciting fixtures across Serie A.
Inter boss Luciano Spalletti believes Napoli have “become an advert for Serie A” but will not discount Milan from the title race.
Vincenzo Montella reportedly met Milan directors Massimiliano Mirabelli and Marco Fassone a third time on Thursday.
Roberto Donadoni claims he rejected the chance to coach Italy a second time and that “Milan have never considered me to be on their level.”
Former Italy ace Antonio Cassano insists he has not retired from football but reveals “I rejected Juventus three times.”