MILAN NEWS

Milan assistant Mauro Tassotti has warned the Rossoneri against complacency as they prepare to face Udinese.
Fiorentina and Monaco are interested in signing Milan centre-back Philippe Mexes, it has been revealed.
Reports in the British Press have claimed that Manchester United will look to Hernanes to ease their League woes this season.
Milan are weighing up the possibility of making a €10m move for Lazio goalkeeper Federico Marchetti, reports suggest.
Keisuke Honda has reflected that he is ‘only at 50 per cent’ of his level for Milan, but that winning games like yesterday’s against Verona will improve him.
Urby Emanuelson has mused that for Milan’s planned tactical reshuffle under Clarence Seedorf to work, everyone must help in defending.
Mattia De Sciglio has reflected on how Clarence Seedorf ‘has brought great enthusiasm’ and ‘his ideas of the game’ to Milan.
Alessandro Costacurta believes that Milan are in the hands of a Coach in Clarence Seeforf who ‘knows how to motivate players’, ‘like an English manager’.
Zvonimir Boban has reflected that Milan were still vulnerable in Clarence Seedorf’s debut, as he considers the new Coach’s work with Mario Balotelli.
Urby Emanuelson has confirmed Jaap Stam “will arrive” in Clarence Seedorf’s Milan staff, while Edgar Davids “maybe next season.”
Verona Coach Andrea Mandorlini regretted “a huge mistake” that cost their defeat to Milan and wished Jorginho all the best.
Clarence Seedorf revealed his new post-match Milan tradition and said the club showed “courage” to hire him.
Mario Balotelli dedicated Milan’s 1-0 victory over Verona to new Coach Clarence Seedorf. “I think we played well.”
Mario Balotelli converted a late penalty to give Clarence Seedorf a winning debut, beating Verona 1-0 at San Siro.
Riccardo Montolivo is already impressed with Milan Coach Clarence Seedorf. “Now the players must give a response.”
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani reveals the Clarence Seedorf “project” was brought forward by six months.
Just days after quitting Barnet FC, Edgar Davids is at San Siro for Milan-Verona amid rumours he’ll join Clarence Seedorf’s staff.
Clarence Seedorf makes his Milan debut with Keisuke Honda, Mario Balotelli, Kaka and Robinho against Verona.
Ricky Kaka welcomes Clarence Seedorf to Milan, but admits he “didn’t want to play football anymore” after an injury on his debut.
Alessandro Matri “needed a moment like this” after scoring a brace on his Fiorentina debut, but is already injured.