MILAN NEWS

Mario Balotelli “can’t wait” for Euro 2016, but Italy Coach Antonio Conte assumes “he’ll be watching us on TV.”
Andrea Bertolacci returns for Milan against Verona, but Mario Balotelli and Luca Antonelli miss out.
Sinisa Mihajlovic warned Milan “need the right attitude” against Verona, or tactics and formations will be futile.
Sources close to Keisuke Honda claim he will reject Everton and Tottenham offers to remain at Milan.
Russian papers claim Zenit have offered Carlo Ancelotti a contract worth €16m per season.
Barbara Berlusconi warned “Milan cannot afford to miss out on the Champions League again” and focuses on improving San Siro.
Roma target Salvatore Sirigu’s agent admits he could move in January, but denies he refused to play for Paris Saint-Germain.
M’Baye Niang wants to stay at Milan “for another 10 years” but admits “I made mistakes”.
Sinisa Mihajlovic is reportedly under pressure at Milan again, with Cesare Prandelli a possible replacement.
Milan could reportedly look to sell Nigel de Jong in January, with the midfielder out of favour at San Siro.
Giacomo Bonaventura reveals he “was an Inter player in the morning, Atalanta in the afternoon and Milan in the evening.”
Carlo Ancelotti ‘wants to win the Champions League’ and says he’s ‘looking for a club that can allow me to.’
Keisuke Honda could reportedly leave Milan in January after finding himself marginalised by a change in formation.
It’s reported Leicester City are interested in out-of-favour Milan midfielder Nigel de Jong.
Mario Balotelli has returned to training with his Milan teammates, as he continues his recovery from a hernia.
Carlos Bacca has ‘great confidence’ in Milan and says their objective is ‘to find consistency and a winning streak.’
Empoli’s Riccardo Saponara says Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri is ‘the best at mental management’ but praises ‘father figure’ Maurizio Sarri.
Kevin-Prince Boateng has officially terminated his contract with Schalke 04 and is free to sign for Milan.
Carlo Ancelotti wants a club job rather than an Italy role - “I really like England”.
Cesare Prandelli and former Lazio striker Bruno Giordano have emerged as possible Stefano Pioli replacements, say reports.