MILAN NEWS

Fiorentina patron Andrea Della Valle warned Claudio Lotito’s role in the Federation “is unsustainable.”
Gian Piero Gasperini feels Genoa is “the ideal club” for M’Baye Niang after his brace to beat Verona 5-2.
Empoli Coach Maurizio Sarri said Milan “panicked” after the equaliser and relished their reputation as giant-killers.
Pippo Inzaghi said Milan “need to find confidence” after more injury problems and a 1-1 home draw with Empoli.
Mattia Destro broke his Milan duck, but Empoli more than deserved a 1-1 draw with Diego Lopez sent off and more injuries.
Milan welcome back Mattia Destro and Nigel de Jong, but face another potential upset against impressive Empoli.
Empoli boss Maurizio Sarri warns “few in Europe” have a strike force as impressive as Milan.
Pippo Inzaghi admits Milan fans are running out of patience and wants improvements against Empoli tomorrow.
Nigel de Jong and Mattia Destro are back for Milan’s encounter with Empoli.
Milan-owned striker M’Baye Niang says Genoa “play like a great team” and he'd like to stay past his loan spell.
Silvio Berlusconi’s Fininvest company released a statement denying reports of a deal with Thai investors for Milan.
Ischia director Pino Iodice claims Claudio Lotito used “Godfather language,” criticising Andrea Agnelli, Adriano Galliani and Marcello Nicchi.
Lorenzo Tonelli already scored against Milan this season and believes Empoli can upset them again at San Siro.
This morning there are reports investors from Thailand have offered €1bn to buy Milan from Silvio Berlusconi.
Reports assume Milan will sign Daniele Baselli next season, but the Atalanta midfielder insists he “signed nothing.”
Gigi Buffon said Milan’s protest over Juventus replays was “bizarre, the kind of thing only Italians can do.”
President Silvio Berlusconi is “happy” Mattia Destro arrived and wants “a young Italian Milan, preferably from our academy.”
There are reports that Juventus could rival Manchester United for the signature of Milan midfielder Nigel de Jong.
Cristian Zaccardo says he was previously ‘never given a chance’ at Milan, but hopes to help them up the table now.
Juventus director Pavel Nedved claims the club is attacked in spite of being the strongest team, and talks of Italy's youth.