MILAN NEWS

The Serie A 2013-14 calendar has been drawn up with Week 1 including Inter-Genoa, Lazio-Udinese and Sampdoria-Juventus.
Milan have abandoned negotiations with Inter for Matias Silvestre, confirmed Vice-President Adriano Galliani.
Philippe Mexes has insisted that Milan will fight for the Scudetto next season with the help of Mario Balotelli.
Milan vice-President Adriano Galliani has admitted that a deal to sign Matias Silvestre is in progress.
Alessandro Matri and Fabio Quagliarella are considering improved offers from Everton and Norwich respectively.
Parma general manager Pietro Leonardo insists “there have been no offers” for Jonathan Biabiany and Gabriel Paletta.
Galatasaray play Napoli tomorrow and Fatih Terim can see “they want to win this season.”
With Daniele Bonera out for three months, it’s reported Milan are in talks for Inter defender Matias Silvestre.
Marco Van Basten trusts Juventus are “ready to win in Europe too,” but Milan have “a few problems with money.”
Daniele Bonera is out for up to three months after fracturing his right knee-cap, while Robinho is also badly injured.
CKSA Moscow slammed Milan for their Keisuke Honda bid. “We’ve had better offers and they can’t treat us like losers.”
Concerns are growing over Robinho’s injury against Valencia, as it could affect Milan’s transfer strategy.
Fiorentina have again been linked with Daniele De Rossi and Radja Nainggolan, as there are question marks over Adem Ljajic.
Minister for Integration Cecile Kyenge spoke out on racism in Italy and its stadiums. “People felt threatened by Mario Balotelli.”
Milan could sell half of M’baye Niang to Sampdoria in exchange for full ownership of Andrea Poli.
CSKA Moscow have reiterated they won’t sell Keisuke Honda to Milan “unless there is a suitable offer.”
Maurizio Zamparini praised Coach Gennaro Gattuso and claims together they can make Palermo “the Milan of the South.”
Alessandro Diamanti blasted reports he wants to join Juventus or Milan. “I am the leader and captain of Bologna.”
Massimiliano Allegri admitted to concerns after Milan’s 2-1 win in Valencia, above all Robinho’s injury.
Milan conquered Valencia 2-1 at the Mestalla and will therefore face Inter or Chelsea in the Guinness International Champions Cup.