MILAN NEWS

Milan’s Andrea Poli says he is hopeful of being fit in time to face Udinese in Serie A this weekend.
Manchester United have shifted their attentions from Angelo Ogbonna to another Italian defender, reports suggest.
Japan Coach Alberto Zaccheroni has urged Milan fans to be patient with Keisuke Honda.
Alessio Cerci looks to be a step further towards the exit door at Torino, with reports that he has turned down a contract offer.
Cesare Prandelli has admitted his astonishment that Borja Valero has failed to make the Spain squad for their friendly.
Milan have been linked with Carles Puyol after he announced he was leaving Barcelona at the end of the season.
A majority of high profile Coaches in Italy polled are in agreement over the introduction of video technology into the game.
Carlo Ancelotti has wished Milan good luck, but says Atletico Madrid are favourite to progress from their Champions League tie.
Vicente del Bosque says that whilst Borja Valero, Jose Callejon and Fernando Llorente have impressed in Serie A, he is struggling for space in Spain.
Milan Coach Clarence Seedorf says his side’s confidence has not been harmed by their 2-0 home defeat to Juventus.
Milan vice-President Adriano Galliani has paid tribute to the impact of Coach Clarence Seedorf and says the team have improved of late.
Urby Emanuelson has revealed how Clarence Seedorf has changed things at Milan and commented on the belief in European qualification.
Adriano Galliani has enthused at the growth he has seen in Milan and remarked at how there was ‘no difference’ yesterday with Juventus.
Antonio Conte complimented Clarence Seedorf and Milan, admitting he didn’t expect Juventus to win tonight.
Clarence Seedorf maintains Milan’s performance against Juventus can only boost confidence, despite losing 2-0.
Gigi Buffon admits Juventus had “some good luck” in their victory away to Milan, but insists the Scudetto race isn’t over.
Milan paid the price for wasting chances, as Juventus conquered San Siro with Fernando Llorente and a Carlos Tevez blockbuster.
It’s a monumental battle at San Siro as Clarence Seedorf’s reshuffled Milan host Antonio Conte’s record-breaking Juventus.
Leonardo Bonucci insists Juventus intend to leave Milan “with all three points” tonight, especially after Roma’s slip-up.
Andrea Poli assures Milan “are prepared for Juventus in a fundamental game” this evening.