MILAN NEWS

Mattia De Sciglio is back in the Milan squad travelling to Parma tomorrow, but Christian Abbiati and Philippe Mexes miss out.
Mario Balotelli “would never accept a tutor,” but cannot live a normal life under this pressure. “Perhaps it was a mistake to bring him back to Italy.”
Massimiliano Allegri considers more tactical and personnel changes against Parma. “It’s a fundamental game.”
Matias Silvestre believes that if Milan are to do well this season, Mario Balotelli will have to perform.
Milan’s signing of Alessandro Matri will turn out to be good business, says former Diavolo hitman Maurizio Ganz.
Marco Amelia is convinced Milan are now in the right condition to start climbing up the standings.
Walter Gargano is looking forward to taking on Nigel De Jong when Parma entertain Milan this weekend.
Cristian Zapata said Milan’s performance against Barcelona allows them to “look to the future with a lot of confidence.”
President Silvio Berlusconi’s “tactical suggestions” were behind Milan’s 1-1 draw with Barcelona, claimed his daughter.
Mario Balotelli has not suffered any repercussions after his return to action for Milan last night.
Riccardo Montolivo and Valon Behrami have come together to try and eradicate racism in football.
Urby Emanuelson has questioned Barcelona’s dominance in possession against Milan last night.
Juventus are still favourites for the Serie A title, says former Fiorentina and Milan ace Manuel Rui Costa.
Marco Amelia was left impressed with the tactical discipline of Milan in their 1-1 Champions League draw against Barcelona.
Gerardo ‘Tata’ Martino believes Barcelona “dropped two points and deserved to win” after their 1-1 draw with Milan.
Kaka reveals his experience of facing Barcelona in La Liga prepared him for the extra work with Milan.
Andres Iniesta saw Barcelona’s 1-1 draw with Milan as “a good point” for both clubs in Champions League Group H.
Adriano Galliani claims Milan “have to play like this against Barcelona” after using an atypical 4-3-3 formation.
Massimiliano Allegri singled out Kaka for praise due to his work ethic as Milan held Barcelona to a 1-1 draw.
Riccardo Montolivo praised Milan’s team spirit and Kaka’s performance, but rued missed chances against Barcelona.