MILAN NEWS

CEO Marco Fassone assures Milan have “extraordinary potential” and is “quietly confident” about Financial Fair Play.
Gianluca Rocchi has been confirmed as the referee for this weekend’s Derby della Capitale.
Suso confirms “there’s a release clause” in his new contract but “I’m happy at Milan”.
Napoli captain Marek Hamsik believes “Juventus are the team to beat” in Serie A but “we’re close or on the same level”.
It’s reported Milan have agreed a deal to refinance their loan from Elliott Management, though with a higher interest rate.
Andrea Conti reveals he chose Milan over Inter, and is sure “we’ll get into the Champions League”.
Ricardo Rodriguez’s agent confirms “he would always sign for Milan” despite the poor start to the season.
Former Milan owner Silvio Berlusconi admits he felt “very sick” by Italy’s failure to qualify for the World Cup.
Gerard Deulofeu assures “I won’t forget my experience with Milan” after explaining San Siro was where “I became a man.”
Milan star Suso was given his full Spain debut in a 3-3 friendly with Russia, also featuring Napoli winger Jose Callejon.
Italy missed a Patrick Cutrone penalty, but completed a comeback to beat Russia in a 3-2 thriller. “We lost our shape,” complained Gigi Di Biagio.
The candidates for the Serie A Top XI players of 2017 are announced, with Max Allegri, Maurizio Sarri and Gian Piero Gasperini up for best Coach.
Reports suggest Milan are once again considering building a new stadium, and moving out of San Siro.
Italy have failed to qualify for the World Cup for the first time since 1958, as they were held 0-0 by Sweden at San Siro, losing the play-off 1-0 on aggregate.
Join us for all the build-up, action and post-match comments from Italy’s decisive World Cup play-off with Sweden at San Siro.
Jorginho gets his first competitive start for Italy with Manolo Gabbiadini and Alessandro Florenzi for the World Cup play-off against Sweden.
Italy are expected to start Jorginho, Alessandro Florenzi and Manolo Gabbiadini in the decisive World Cup play-off against Sweden.
Paolo Maldini “daren’t imagine a World Cup without Italy, as we are vastly superior to Sweden,” but reveals he would love a Federation job.
Marco Fassone admits Milan will only spend “if it’s strictly necessary” after the club posted a €32.6m loss.
Luciano Spalletti believes “it’s a different Inter compared to the one before” after leading them to third place in Serie A.