MILAN NEWS

Carlo Porceddu, one of the judges who presided over the Calciopoli trial in 2006, said revoking a Juventus Scudetto and handing it to Inter was “a very serious error.”
Federico Chiesa wants Fiorentina to “gamble it all” against Milan on Sunday evening. “Playing at La Scala del Calcio is a dream.”
Marco Parolo feels Lazio are “on the right track and must be more efficient in front of goal to take our chances” against Empoli.
Gian Piero Gasperini is ready for Atalanta to take on Napoli, Fiorentina and Inter for Europe after beating Crotone for fourth place.
Milan and Fiorentina are missing important players ahead of tomorrow night’s San Siro showdown.
Paulo Sousa admits he must make changes to have “the utmost intensity” as Fiorentina visit Milan and trusts Josip Ilicic to deliver.
Italy Coach Giampiero Ventura called players, including Roberto Gagliardini, Domenico Berardi and Gianluca Lapadula, for a training camp.
Vincenzo Montella admires Fiorentina’s tactical versatility, has a Milan bonding exercise and discusses his rapport with Silvio Berlusconi.
Leonardo explained the frightening scenario ahead of the 1998 World Cup Final when Ronaldo had convulsions in the team hotel.
Leonardo reveals he was ready to work at Roma and again Inter, but “they made other choices. It was Adriano Galliani to turned me into a Coach.”
Fiorentina are preparing to lock down Federico Bernardeschi to a new contract with €70m release clause.
La Gazzetta dello Sport claims the necessary €320m has been raised in Hong Kong and Milan are on track for the closing on March 3.
Simone Inzaghi is “proud” of his young Lazio players, but warns they must show “the right cynicism to close out matches”.
Brazilian icon Zico has revealed that he could have joined Milan before Udinese in 1983, only for Flamengo to reject the Rossoneri’s offer.
Napoli reportedly rejected a €35m bid from Milan for Lorenzo Insigne in January as the forward’s future is said to be “up in the air”.
Roberto Baggio turns 50 on Saturday and confessed he is “constantly surprised by the affection of the people even 13 years after my retirement.”
Milan’s incoming directors Marco Fassone and Massimiliano Mirabelli will reportedly scout Borussia Monchengladbach’s Mahmoud Dahoud tonight.
Milan are still facing injury problems, as Alessio Romagnoli, Luca Antonelli and Mattia De Sciglio didn’t train today.
Reports suggest Chinese state television has confirmed the sale of Milan to Sino-Europe Sports.
Paolo Valeri is the referee for Milan-Fiorentina, as the officials for Week 25 of Serie A are announced.