MILAN NEWS

Milan President Silvio Berlusconi confirms a special ceremony will be held to remember Cesare Maldini.
Juventus will be without Giorgio Chellini for around 20 days after his latest injury.
It’s reported that a heated confrontation took place at Milanello between Adriano Galliani, Sinisa Mihajlovic and the squad.
Carlos Bacca “always had the dream” of playing for Milan, but “Italian football is tough”.
Ex-Juventus midfielder Alessio Tacchinardi warns that ‘the league isn’t over until its mathematical conclusion’.
Reports say Simone Inzaghi could keep the Lazio job, but Milan’s Sinisa Mihajlovic is the favourite to take over in the summer.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani admits ‘we’re wondering why form has dropped’ and pays tribute to Cesare Maldini.
Reports say that Milan President Silvio Berlusconi wants to immediately replace Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic with Cristian Brocchi
Former Milan icon Gennaro Gattuso disagrees with imposing a training retreat: 'I wouldn't have accepted it'.
Coach Edy Reja says Atalanta were in 'a bad condition' but defeated Milan by 'finding our confidence'.
Stephan El Shaarawy reveals his target is 'to do well with Roma so I can play Euro 2016' after beating Lazio 4-1.
Sinisa Mihajlovic apologised to Milan fans for an “unacceptable” defeat to Atalanta and put them in a training retreat.
Milan collapsed away to Atalanta and 10-man Sampdoria stalled Fiorentina, while Genoa put four past Frosinone and Chievo kept Palermo down.
Carlos Bacca, Luiz Adriano and Jack Bonaventura start as Milan visit Mauricio Pinilla and Alessandro Diamanti’s Atalanta.
Milan officially honour late Cesare Maldini as 'a fundamental part of the Rossoneri history'.
Tottenham Hotspur have reportedly made a €25m offer for Juventus, Roma and Milan target Axel Witsel.
Milan consider signing Juan Iturbe, in hopes the Roma player may experience a rebirth.
Football is in mourning following the death of former Milan and Italy legend Cesare Maldini.
Massimo Moratti confessed Inter bought Geoffrey Kondogbia “in part to stop Milan getting him.”
Eusebio Di Francesco insists he didn’t insult Milan, but “there’s a good chance I will stay at Sassuolo next season.”