MILAN NEWS

Milan’s official television station confirmed negotiations with QPR and Fulham to swap Cristian Zaccardo with Adel Taarabt.
Milan director Adriano Galliani has claimed that he spoke with Carlo Ancelotti before signing Michael Essien.
Michael Essien has revealed that Clarence Seedorf was one of the main reasons why he joined Milan.
Milan will make a €10m move for Alessio Cerci before the transfer window shuts on Friday, it has been claimed.
Giampaolo Pazzini says Mario Balotelli is ‘another guy’ away from the cameras and that his reaction at Cagliari was because ‘he feels the game’.
Adil Rami has mused on his happiness for Milan’s improved form and considered that winning is ‘the only thing that counts in the end’.
Pippo Inzaghi has emerged as a candidate to replace Eusebio Di Francesco on the Sassuolo bench.
Mario Balotelli played down rumours linking him with a move away from Milan, as he accepted the best attacker award at the Gran Gala del Calcio.
The Gran Gala del Calcio was held yesterday, with Juventus dominating proceedings scooping best player, Coach and club awards.
Former Roma President Rosella Sensi has hit out at the major clubs in Italian football for buying second-rate foreign talent.
It has been confirmed that Mario Balotelli will miss Milan’s next match after being handed a one-game ban.
Reports in the Italian Press this afternoon have claimed that Milan could be interested in Fabio Coentrao
West Ham boss Sam Allardyce has revealed the reasons behind Antonio Nocerino’s decision to move to the Premier League.
Michael Essien has said his first words as a Milan player, enthusing at his welcome, Clarence Seedorf’s words and his eagerness to get started.
Milan and Chelsea have confirmed that Michael Essien has completed his transfer to the Rossoneri.
Cesare Prandelli has mused on how Mario Balotelli needs ‘much love’ and that Clarence Seedorf is ‘saying the right things’ about the Milan forward.
Mario Balotelli will be suspended for Milan-Torino after aiming a vulgar gesture at Cagliari fans.
Diego Lopez inevitably had Cagliari regrets, but Clarence Seedorf saw Milan spirit.
Michael Essien used Twitter to hit back at “haters” who claimed he failed his medical tests at Milan.
Clarence Seedorf was glad to see Milan “rediscovered their mental strength and courage” to come back in Cagliari.