MILAN NEWS

Milan seem to have finally hit their stride and tonight visit an Udinese side in crisis as the Serie A midweek round opens.
Mario Balotelli had been expected to start tonight’s Udinese v Milan match, but could be ruled out with a muscular problem.
Cesare Prandelli praises ‘first-rate’ Italian Coaches and backs Inter to compete for the Scudetto with Roma and Juventus.
Giovanni Trapattoni ‘hasn’t been surprised by Inter’ and thinks they will challenge Roma and Juventus for the title.
Empoli’s Riccardo Saponara ‘regrets’ the way he left Milan, saying: ‘I needed time and I needed to play.’
Leonardo sees Roma as Scudetto favourites, but Inter and Milan have given ‘important signals’.
Palermo striker Uros Djurdjevic suffered a broken ankle in the weekend defeat to Milan.
Nigel De Jong believes Milan are “on the right track” but expects a tough test against Udinese.
After an exciting weekend with several glorious goals and an equal amount of superb saves Dave Taylor picks his top XI from Week 4.
Sinisa Mihajlovic believes his Milan side is “a winning horse” and discusses Inter.
Milan Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic says Mario Balotelli’s behaviour has been ‘exemplary’.
Milan have named two Primavera players in the squad to face Udinese tomorrow evening.
Milan Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic says his side needs ‘balance’ and confesses to an injury ‘emergency’.
Udinese ‘probably deserved the whistles’ during their 2-1 defeat to Empoli, but Coach Stefano Colantuono says he doesn’t want to get involved in fan protests.
Udinese Coach Stefano Colantuono says Milan are ‘a complete team’ ahead of Tuesday’s Serie A meeting.
Carlos Bacca ‘wants to repay the love of the fans’ and believes that Milan are continuing to improve.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani says Carlos Bacca reminds him of Andriy Shevchenko, after the Colombian’s double against Palermo.
Max Allegri calls Inter the ‘first candidate alongside Roma and Juventus’ to win the Scudetto, but he won't 'step aside'.
Maurizio Zamparini said Palermo “may as well have stayed home” after blasting the referee in their 3-2 defeat to Milan.
Carlos Bacca is “honoured by the comparisons to Pippo Inzaghi” and explained his risky Rabona against Palermo.