MILAN NEWS

Riccardo Montolivo wants to see the same Italy that beat Germany at Euro 2012. “We were like a single body.”
Roma may make a January transfer move for Genoa midfielder Juraj Kucka, according to reports.
Genoa’s Francesco Lodi and Antonio Nocerino of Milan are January transfer targets for Serie A side Torino.
Milan’s Stephan El Shaarawy has reportedly turned down an offer to return to his former club Genoa.
Milan forward Robinho has not been allowed to enter the United States after issues with his visa, Tuttosport report.
Reports in the Italian Press this evening have claimed that Milan will stick with Coach Massimiliano Allegri.
Pippo Inzaghi is the favourite to replace Massimiliano Allegri as Milan boss should the club opt for a change of Coach.
Alessandro Matri has admitted his Milan side were left frustrated by their 0-0 draw at Chievo on Sunday.
Giuseppe Sannino praised Chievo's warrior spirit, while Massimiliano Allegri was pleased with Milan's efforts.
Adriano Galliani assured Milan “will go forward” with Max Allegri and President Silvio Berlusconi “was satisfied” with the performance against Chievo.
“If the club thinks this team needs another Coach then they’ll let me know,” said Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri.
Milan dominated possession and Robinho hit the woodwork, but the point does little against bottom of the table Chievo.
Milan assistant manager Mauro Tassotti admits the game with Chievo could leave Max Allegri “at risk.”
Milan in crisis visit bottom of the table Chievo and hope Alessandro Matri can help them to their first away win.
Chievo are bottom of the table and face Milan today, but Giuseppe Sannino has a key to dealing with a shaky bench.
Although Adriano Galliani met with President Silvio Berlusconi today, it’s still reported he’ll leave at the end of the season.
Marco Amelia and Philippe Mexes return for Milan’s trip to Chievo, but Mario Balotelli is suspended.
Adriano Galliani has been confirmed as Milan general manager after a meeting with President Silvio Berlusconi. “Here for life.”
Roma and Milan are monitoring the performances of Parma’s Marco Parolo ahead of the January transfer window.
Massimiliano Allegri says Milan are determined to end their crisis against Chievo, but won’t even consider long-term targets.