MILAN NEWS

Kaka has been named in the Milan squad for Saturday’s Serie A home game against Genoa.
Genoa boss Gian Piero Gasperini says he won’t be fooled by Milan’s League position going into Saturday’s San Siro tie.
Milan expect reserve goalkeeper Marco Amelia to be sidelined for four weeks after undergoing surgery.
Christian Abbiati is convinced Milan have what it takes to qualify for Champions League football again next season.
Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri isn’t concerned about the speculation regarding his future at San Siro.
Leonardo has opened the door for a return to Inter, but ruled out the possibility of working with Milan again.
Cristian Zaccardo admits that it will take a miracle for his struggling Milan side to finish in the top three this season.
The agent of Marco Amelia is expecting Milan to soon give them a clue about his client’s future at San Siro.
Andrea Poli insists gaining three points is the only option when his Milan side entertain Genoa on Saturday.
Struggling Italian giants Milan have today confirmed injuries to Cristian Zaccardo and Marco Amelia.
La Stampa claims Torino officials held discussions with the agent of Genoa’s Francesco Lodi and Antonio Nocerino of Milan on Wednesday.
Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri has no plans of transforming Kaka into a deep-lying playmaker. “I’ll continue as an attacking midfielder,” said the Brazilian.
Riccardo Montolivo believes there are at least three teams better equipped than Italy to win the 2014 World Cup.
Milan defender Ignazio Abate has commented on the transfer rumours linking him with a possible move to Juventus.
Luca Antonini will be back at San Siro on Saturday as Genoa take on Milan, and the defender has claimed that it will be nice to go back.
Paolo Maldini is reportedly hesitating between returning to Milan in a directorial capacity or taking on a similar role with Paris Saint-Germain.
Separate reports today suggest that Francesco Lodi may have a choice between Fiorentina and Milan this January.
Juventus are seen to be interested in a move for Ignazio Abate next summer, but will have to negotiate with Milan around the €12m mark.
Carlo Ancelotti has mused on how the Christmas tree formation came about in Milan and affirmed ‘no President has ever said ‘pick this player’.’
Barbara Berlusconi is reportedly already lining up Milan’s replacement strategy for Adriano Galliani, pinning hopes on Demetrio Albertini and Paolo Maldini.