MILAN NEWS

Milan fans lambasted Diego Lopez’s wife after she bitterly complained at the indefinite training retreat.
New Coach Simone Inzaghi assured he is “ready” to lead Lazio and reveals how he’s been inspired by brother Pippo.
Paulo Dybala remains a huge doubt to face Milan on Saturday, as he trained separately from his Juventus teammates.
Milan captain Riccardo Montolivo is a doubt to face Juventus, as he was injured in training.
Paolo Maldini and his siblings have written an open letter to their late father, Cesare.
Milan have reportedly asked Arrigo Sacchi for advice, as they consider Cristian Brocchi or Marcello Lippi for the bench.
The world of Italian football is remembering Cesare Maldini, whose funeral took place today.
A tearful Andriy Shevchenko paid tribute to Cesare Maldini - “he was a father to all of us”.
Gonzalo Higuain’s four-game ban has been confirmed, with the Napoli striker also fined €20,000.
Reports say Paulo Sousa could leave Fiorentina for Zenit or Milan, with Empoli’s Marco Giampaolo or Sassuolo’s Eusebio Di Francesco coming in.
Reports say a poor Milan showing against Juventus on Saturday could see Sinisa Mihajlovic lose his job.
Thiago Silva reveals Gennaro Gattuso once got on the wrong side of Zlatan Ibrahimovic - who threw him in a bin!
Former Juventus President Giovanni Cobolli Gigli says Napoli refereeing complaints are “laughable”.
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi confirms a special ceremony will be held to remember Cesare Maldini.
Juventus will be without Giorgio Chellini for around 20 days after his latest injury.
It’s reported that a heated confrontation took place at Milanello between Adriano Galliani, Sinisa Mihajlovic and the squad.
Carlos Bacca “always had the dream” of playing for Milan, but “Italian football is tough”.
Ex-Juventus midfielder Alessio Tacchinardi warns that ‘the league isn’t over until its mathematical conclusion’.
Reports say Simone Inzaghi could keep the Lazio job, but Milan’s Sinisa Mihajlovic is the favourite to take over in the summer.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani admits ‘we’re wondering why form has dropped’ and pays tribute to Cesare Maldini.