MILAN NEWS

Clarence Seedorf insists his “conscience is clear” after Milan’s defeat to Atalanta left Europa League hopes in tatters.
A last-gasp 2-1 defeat to Atalanta wrecked Milan’s Europa League ambitions after an ugly incident of racist abuse.
Milan must win away to Atalanta in the Derby della Lombardia to keep Europa League dreams alive.
Stefano Colantuono wants Atalanta to “end on a high” by welcoming Milan, even though he has to reshuffle.
Clarence Seedorf was irritated and confused by President Silvio Berlusconi’s criticism as Milan face Atalanta.
Milan are without Christian Abbiati for the trip to Atalanta, but Kevin Constant and Ignazio Abate shook off knocks.
Luciano Spalletti is becoming the hot favourite for the Milan job after President Silvio Berlusconi criticised Clarence Seedorf.
Andrea Pirlo is confident Italy “are ready for the World Cup,” and Mario Balotelli “will be important, just like the others.”
Silvio Berlusconi aimed a jab at Clarence Seedorf by suggesting pensioners with dementia “could control the Milan locker room.”
Milan’s Christian Abbiati wants the Rossoneri to use their derby win against Inter as a springboard for Europa League qualification.
Walter Mazzarri has insisted that Inter’s defeat to Milan last weekend was ‘a bump in the road’ as they prepare to face Lazio tomorrow.
Milan are reportedly lining up a contract offer for Paris Saint-Germain’s Alex, in favour to keeping hold of Adil Rami.
Robinho’s agent says that the forward would still list Santos as his ‘first option’, but that he also has interest from around the world.
Thiago Silva recommends PSG teammate Alex to Milan, backs Ricky Kaka and Clarence Seedorf and assesses Italy’s World Cup threats.
Milan officials have reportedly made contact with Luciano Spalletti, with a view to appointing him as the club’s next Coach.
There are six clubs fighting for two remaining Europa League spots in a four-point radius, so it’ll go down to the wire.
Adel Taarabt confirms he “hopes to stay at Milan, as with this jersey I manage to give 100 per cent.”
Ricky Kaka insists he’s “not surprised” to be out of Brazil’s World Cup squad, but won’t commit his future to Milan yet.
Forbes released their list of the most valuable football clubs in the world with five Italians in the top 20.
Agent Mino Raiola assures Milan “told me Mario Balotelli is not for sale, though we’ll hear many rumours.”