MILAN NEWS

Vincenzo Montella saw positives for Milan, despite defeat to Roma - “I have to congratulate the lads”.
Former Milan defender Luca Antonini believes “it would have been a different game” if M’Baye Niang had scored his penalty against Roma.
Sino-Europe Sports’ official media partner has announced that a further €100m has been deposited for the sale of Milan.
Milan’s joint-CEO Adriano Galliani refused to answer questions about Sino-Europe sports at the shareholders’ meeting.
Reports suggest Fininvest has received the €100m deposit from Sino-Europe Sports for the sale of Milan.
Roma have assessed Bruno Peres’ ankle injury “which excluded any fractures but revealed a sprain”.
Hoffenheim defender Niklas Süle confirms interest from Inter and Milan, but won’t join either as they are “in decline”.
M’Baye Niang was distraught after his second consecutive penalty miss for Milan. “I’ll let Gianluca Lapadula take the next one.”
Andrea Bertolacci was glad to make his comeback after a lengthy injury and thanked Milan Coach Vincenzo Montella.
Wojciech Szczesny reveals how he was able to save the M’Baye Niang spot-kick as Roma beat Milan. “I studied his past penalties.”
Kevin Strootman was “only happy with the result” and not Roma’s performance in a 1-0 victory over Milan.
Luciano Spalletti complimented Milan for their performance and gets Roma ready for the top of the table showdown with Juventus.
Vincenzo Montella felt Milan “did not deserve” their 1-0 defeat against Roma, but won’t blame M’Baye Niang for the penalty.
Radja Nainggolan notes Roma “didn’t win these games last season” and discussed his new role as they beat Milan to go second.
Radja Nainggolan’s screamer and a Wojciech Szczesny penalty save on M’Baye Niang gave Roma victory over Milan and second place.
Roma CEO Umberto Gandini admits he “never expected to be in this position” facing his old club Milan at the Stadio Olimpico.
Suso wants Milan to “prove to the whole world we are here because we deserve to be” ahead of the second place showdown with Roma.
Edin Dzeko and Diego Perotti take on Gianluca Lapadula and Suso as Roma and Milan go head-to-head for second place.
According to the latest reports, Chinese investors buying Milan include Huarong International, Industrial Bank, Bank of Guangzhou and China Zheshang Bank.
Milan are expected to start Andrea Bertolacci, Mario Pasalic and Keisuke Honda against Roma.