MILAN NEWS

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.”
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi has called for a return to the days when Serie A clubs were obliged to have a certain number of Italians in their squads.
Brazil icon Pele believes Kaka and Robinho would have played an important role in the Brazil World Cup squad, had they been selected.
Ex-Milan player and Coach Cesare Maldini believes it will be difficult for the Rossoneri to return to compete at the top of European football.
It has been announced that Milan Coach Clarence Seedorf will work as a pundit for the BBC during this summer’s World Cup.
Mattia De Sciglio foresees and hopes his future is in a Milan shirt, as he reflects on the morale boost the weekend’s derby win was.
Silvio Berlusconi won’t sell Milan, will decide Clarence Seedorf’s future at the end of the season and would take Mario Balotelli to the World Cup.
Milan legend Arrigo Sacchi believes Rossoneri Coach Clarence Seedorf should adapt his style of play to suit his players.
Milan playmaker Kaka has been left out of Brazil’s 23-man squad for this summer’s home World Cup.
Adriano Galliani has refused to comment on whether Milan will sign Adel Taarabt on a permanent deal this summer.
Federico Marchetti has emerged as the favourite to take over as Milan’s goalkeeper for next season.
Marco van Basten says he would never have given the Milan job to Clarence Seedorf, and urges the club to give the role to Roberto Donadoni.
Pietro Leonardi says Parma are happy with Roberto Donadoni and if they have to replace him, won’t be taking advice from Milan.
Milan are reportedly preparing to meet with Valencia to discuss the future of centre-back Adil Rami.
Carlo Ancelotti is “proud and happy” to have worked at Milan and Real Madrid, misses Zlatan Ibrahimovic and recommends Alex.
Mateo Kovacic admits Inter were “very bad” against Milan, as they played in an excessively defensive way.
The agent of Lorenzo Insigne has rubbished rumours that Milan are looking to sign the player from Napoli.
Il Mattino believe that Lorenzo Insigne has played his way into Italy’s provisional World Cup squad and Giuseppe Rossi may not make the cut.