MILAN NEWS

The agent of Milan’s Mario Balotelli has refused to rule out the possibility of a transfer to Chelsea.
Sky Sport Italia have confirmed that Mario Balotelli is unhurt after it was revealed that he was involved in a car accident earlier today.
Reports in the Italian Press this evening have suggested that Mario Balotelli was involved in a car accident earlier on Monday.
There is more bad news for Milan on Monday after they confirmed an injury to defender Matias Silvestre.
Milan have published two pictures on their website which they claim prove Marco Parolo’s winning free-kick was taken from the wrong place.
Alessandro Matri has finally opened his account for Milan, but he’s more concerned with the defeat at Parma.
Roberto Donadoni believes Parma deserved their victory, but Massimiliano Allegri saw the same old mistakes.
Massimiliano Allegri admits Milan did not perform up to par against Parma and was particularly unhappy with Mario Balotelli.
Milan fought back from 2-0 down only to capitulate 3-2 in Parma, Juventus shoved Genoa aside and Fiorentina conquered Chievo.
Milan held Barcelona midweek, but form a new trident for their visit to Antonio Cassano’s Parma.
Marco Amelia said Mario Balotelli “is making very intelligent personal decisions,” including a new look, and praised Ricky Kaka’s work ethic.
Stephan El Shaarawy reveals Milan teammate Mario Balotelli “helped me through tough times, but Kaka has always been my idol.”
Parma boss Roberto Donadoni demands “110 per cent” from his men and has no intention of caging Milan’s stars.
Parma President Tommaso Ghirardi said “people told me I was mad” when signing Antonio Cassano, but were won over.
Mattia De Sciglio is back in the Milan squad travelling to Parma tomorrow, but Christian Abbiati and Philippe Mexes miss out.
Mario Balotelli “would never accept a tutor,” but cannot live a normal life under this pressure. “Perhaps it was a mistake to bring him back to Italy.”
Massimiliano Allegri considers more tactical and personnel changes against Parma. “It’s a fundamental game.”
Matias Silvestre believes that if Milan are to do well this season, Mario Balotelli will have to perform.
Milan’s signing of Alessandro Matri will turn out to be good business, says former Diavolo hitman Maurizio Ganz.
Marco Amelia is convinced Milan are now in the right condition to start climbing up the standings.