MILAN NEWS

As expected, Milan have parted company with director of sport Ariedo Braida after 27 years at the club.
Massimiliano Allegri admits “it’s my last Christmas at Milan and the last four months were disastrous.”
Mino Raiola has confirmed reports that he did not tell a newspaper Mario Balotelli wants to leave Milan.
Milan director Adriano Galliani has confirmed that Mario Balotelli will not be leaving the club in January.
Keisuke Honda has admitted that the Milan fans ‘expect a lot’, but the Japan international has insisted he is ready for the Rossoneri.
Quotes attributed to Mario Balotelli’s agent Mino Raiola are reportedly untrue, according to sources.
Mario Balotelli looks to be on the verge of leaving Milan, after his agent confirmed that the striker wants out in January.
Il Secolo XIX have claimed, once again, that Silvio Berlusconi wants rid of Mario Balotelli, and has ordered to accept any offer of €25m or above.
Edin Dzeko is a transfer target for Milan and Inter, according to reports in the Italian Press this morning.
Nigel De Jong has come to the support of his Milan teammate Stephan El Shaarawy, after the forward underwent surgery on Saturday.
Radja Nainggolan looks to be a step closer to leaving Cagliari in January, with several outlets reporting that Milan and Roma will bid.
Russia manager Fabio Capello doubts Gonzalo Higuain will join Chelsea and warns Clarence Seedorf is a “shot in the dark” as Milan Coach.
Milan are being linked with Osasuna goalkeeper Andres Fernandez, but face competition from Tottenham.
Stephan El Shaarawy underwent surgery on his right foot today and Milan confirmed he’ll be out for 10 weeks.
Milan striker M’Baye Niang wants to “get back to being the player I was” as he begins training with Montpellier.
As expected, Milan released a statement denying President Silvio Berlusconi put Mario Balotelli on the market.
Newspaper Secolo XIX claims President Silvio Berlusconi has put Mario Balotelli on the market after a furious outburst.
Cesare Prandelli warns Italy might not have the strongest squad, “but we can beat the best,” while the World Cup is Mario Balotelli’s chance.
The agent of Robinho has dismissed suggestions that the Milan man could be on his way to Santos.
Fabio Capello doesn’t think Clarence Seedorf would be the right man to replace Massimiliano Allegri at Milan.