MILAN NEWS

Milan midfielder Bryan Cristante will be out of action for a month after fracturing his fibula.
Milan-owned striker Mbaye Niang is in custody after reportedly lying about a car accident and resisting arrest.
Mario Balotelli admits there’s little he misses about life with Manchester City after his move to Milan.
Ricky Kaka is increasingly likely to miss Saturday’s Napoli-Milan match, as he skipped training again today.
Milan’s Riccardo Saponara has praised new Coach Clarence Seedorf and says he wants to repay the faith shown in him by the Dutchman.
Riccardo Montolivo has considered his personal and professional focus for 2014: “I will strive to improve myself.”
Michael Agazzi has mused that whilst links with Milan are ‘nice’, he is currently only focused on new club Chievo.
Jose Mourinho says that Walter Mazzarri and Clarence Seedorf both need time and faith in order to restore Inter and Milan respectively.
German newspapers claim Milan are interested in Freiburg goalkeeper Oliver Baumann.
Jonathan Biabiany has officially extended his contract with Parma, ending links with Milan, Lazio and Guangzhou Evergrande.
Kaka is suffering from flu ahead of Napoli-Milan on Saturday, while Mario Balotelli discovered he’s a father.
Parma director Pietro Leonardi has claimed that the club are ‘proud and happy’ to have kept hold of Jonathan Biabiany.
Jaap Stam’s agent believes that if Milan want the former defender, they will have to splash the cash.
Stories have emerged in the British Press suggesting that Mario Balotelli could be on his way to Arsenal in the summer.
Adel Taarabt has conceded that it’s a ‘dream come true’ to sign for Milan, as he was officially presented this afternoon.
Adriano Galliani has rejected claims that he will leave Milan for Cagliari in the summer.
Speculation mounts that Inter are close to agreeing a deal with Manchester United defender Nemanja Vidic.
Mattia De Sciglio’s agent has backed the youngster to be one of the leading talents in Italian football.
Cagliari want to hand the directorial reins to Milan man Adriano Galliani, according to reports this morning.
Milan, Inter and Roma will all compete in the Guinness International Champions Cup in North America in the summer.