MILAN NEWS

Manchester City are the only team with any serious interest in Fiorentina's Stevan Jovetic, according to reports.
Parma Coach Roberto Donadoni has categorically denied suggestions that he will be the next Milan boss.
Milan see teenager Bryan Cristante as a potential future playmaker at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza.
Massimo Ambrosini will make no decision about his future until he has held talks with current club Milan.
Giampaolo Pazzini is unlikely to be available to Milan for this weekend’s game against Chievo Verona.
Milan forward Bojan Krkic has insisted that this season has been a positive one for him personally.
Milan and Juventus are both keen on signing Porto striker Jackson Martinez, according to reports in the Italian Press this evening.
Botafogo midfielder Clarence Seedorf has commented on the mixed fortunes of the two Milan clubs this season.
Milan have insisted that there is no chance of boss Massimiliano Allegri leaving at the end of the campaign.
Riccardo Saponara is looking forward to playing alongside Riccardo Montolivo at Milan next season.
Ignazio Abate has conceded that he expects Malta to cause Italy some problems in Tuesday’s World Cup qualifier.
Milan turned down the chance to sign Juventus and Italy stopper Giorgio Chiellini while he was at Livorno.
Cesare Prandelli could decide to field an Italian starting XI against Malta made up solely of players from Juventus and Milan.
Chievo Verona’s Alberto Paloschi says he does seem to fit in with the type of player that Milan are now signing.
Milan’s Daniele Bonera has two targets left for this season – to claim second place and then sign a new contract.
Mario Yepes could return to Milan this week sooner than expected after suspension ruled him out of Colombia’s game against Venezuela.
Mario Balotelli held a rare Press conference today ahead of Italy’s World Cup qualifier with Malta, covering subjects such as racism, arrogance and his biggest regret.
Mathieu Flamini has praised Milan teammates Mattia De Sciglio and Mario Balotelli. “He’s a modern striker.”
Lazio midfielder Hernanes is considering his future amid contract renegotiations, as Milan, Juventus and Premier League sides close in.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani claims Mario Balotelli “is among the top five players in the world and he’s modest too.”