MILAN NEWS

Miralem Pjanic hopes his wonder goal can keep Roma’s Scudetto hopes alive. “We’ll do everything to catch Juventus.”
Rudi Garcia said Roma “can continue to dream” after beating Milan and Miralem Pjanic’s goal should be “enjoyed all over the planet.”
Mario Balotelli hit back at Sky Sport Italia pundits, claiming they “know nothing about football. Trust me, you really don’t.”
Clarence Seedorf defended Mario Balotelli after defeat to Roma and again refused to confirm his Milan future.
Miralem Pjanic’s contender for goal of the season and a Gervinho tap-in saw Roma crush Milan 2-0 for their ninth straight victory.
It’s reported Cagliari have set a €10m price-tag on defender Davide Astori, who is wanted by Roma, Milan, Tottenham and Manchester United.
Milan assistant manager Mauro Tassotti praised Roma and asked Mario Balotelli to stop “drifting out of the match.”
Dodò warned Roma must be “very careful tonight, because Milan are a team in great shape.”
Milan defender Adil Rami says Roma Coach Rudi Garcia “is different” to when they worked together at Lille.
Roma and Milan field two attack-minded line-ups as they go head-to-head at the Olimpico tonight.
Real Madrid Coach Carlo Ancelotti has ruled himself out of taking the vacant Manchester United job in the summer.
Vincenzo Montella has rubbished suggestions that he could leave Fiorentina for Milan at the end of the season.
President Silvio Berlusconi insists “Milan is not for sale and is worth a lot more than €500m. Certain things are sacred.”
Roma are still without Mehdi Benatia and Mattia Destro for tomorrow’s clash with Milan at the Olimpico.
Keisuke Honda and Michael Essien are back in the Milan squad for Friday’s trip to Roma.
The refereeing allocations for Week 35 of the Serie A season have been announced.
Massimo Ambrosini believes the rivalry between Fiorentina and Juventus is greater than that between Milan and Inter.
Roma Coach Rudi Garcia fears his side will struggle to cope next season if they do not add sufficient depth to their squad.
Milan Coach Clarence Seedorf credits a team ethic for the Rossoneri’s recent turnaround in form.
Clarence Seedorf has tempered Milan expectation heading into their clash with Roma: “The difference between them and us is great.”