Sinisa Mihajlovic responds to Silvio Berlusconi's jab: 'Changing the formation won't solve Milan's problems'.
Representatives from Fininvest and Milan are flying in to Hong Kong for a decisive meeting over the club's sale this Monday.
President Silvio Berlusconi said Sinisa Mihajlovic “is a great trainer, but Milan need a bit of tactics now.”
Carlo Ancelotti believes “Sinisa Mihajlovic will do well at Milan” and explains his decision to reject a comeback.
Bee Taechaubol will meet representatives of Fininvest on Monday, as negotiations to invest in Milan continue.
Luca Antonelli admits Milan are “obliged to try and play a great game” against Torino on Saturday.
Paolo Valeri will officiate the Derby d’Italia between Inter and Juventus on Sunday night.
Milan's lawyer claims in an official statement that the InFront scandal reports are violating the rights of the club's directors.
Genoa's Enrico Preziosi won't take allegations involving him with the InFront scandal: 'I'm furious, I'm going nuts!'
Riccardo Montolivo explains Milan will have to 'sacrifice beauty' to defeat Torino, and explains the team 'has to improve in many things'.
Mbaye Niang insists Milan “still believe in third place” under Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic.
Daniele Baselli has made a surprisingly quick recovery from injury and could play for Torino against Milan on Saturday.
Lazio striker Alessandro Matri is targeting a return to the Italy squad, and discusses the Scudetto race.
Mario Balotelli is a major doubt for Milan’s trip to Torino, after training separately again today.
Bee Taechaubol insists Andrea Baroni “has no role in negotiations” as he looks to acquire 48 per cent of Milan.
Sebastian De Maio’s agent insists the defender is focused on Genoa, but doesn’t rule out a Milan move.
Adriano Galliani discusses Gabriel Paletta - “Milan were the only club at that time who gave Parma money.”
Milan will reportedly look to Genoa’s Sebastian De Maio or Andrea Ranocchia of Inter in the January transfer window.
Mattia De Sciglio said Italy are “more and more in sync” with every game after beating Norway 2-1.
Empoli President Fabrizio Corsi slammed Riccardo Saponara for an “unjustifiable” ban. “He has to realise he’s not playing for Milan now.”