MILAN NEWS

The Corriere dello Sport claims that Milan will hire Clarence Seedorf as their new boss, as well as bringing Paolo Maldini back to the club.
Daniele Bonera is expected to sign a new Milan contract tomorrow, but Massimo Ambrosini is heading for the MLS or West Ham.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani refused to confirm whether Massimiliano Allegri will be fired tomorrow. “That’s our business.”
Christian Abbiati hit back at Fiorentina’s complaints over the race for third by insisting “Milan were penalised.”
Sport Mediaset claim Milan will replace Roma-bound Massimiliano Allegri with former midfielder Clarence Seedorf.
“With a few more penalties Milan could have almost won the Scudetto this season,” joked Fiorentina’s Manuel Pasqual on Tuesday.
The Silvio Berlusconi letter scandal took another twist, as Il Processo di Biscardi claimed they were dictated the message in a recorded phone call.
There is huge confusion after Milan denied a message from President Silvio Berlusconi sacking Coach Max Allegri was real.
While the Mayor of Florence apologised to Mario Balotelli, Zdenek Zeman and the Minister for Integration warn “it’s not always racism.”
Fiorentina general manager Sandro Mencucci goaded Milan by insisting “we finished third on the field.”
Roma will be forced to close the Curva Sud for one game after racist chanting, while Inter have been fined €50,000.
There are reports Milan captain Massimo Ambrosini is in London with his agents to negotiate with West Ham United.
Internacional Coach Dunga has admitted that he will try and lure Milan forward Robinho back to Brazil.
UEFA Head of Referees Pierluigi Collina believes that players who walk off the pitch following racial abuse should not be punished.
Milan have confirmed that goalkeeper Christian Abbiati has signed a contract extension with the club.
Italian National team boss Cesare Prandelli has claimed that Italian football has a 'problem' with racism.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani has revealed that he will meet with boss Massimiliano Allegri this week to discuss his future.
Milan director Barbara Berlusconi has cooled the enthusiasm after the club wrapped up third place in Serie A last night.
Veteran Milan goalkeeper Christian Abbiati has confirmed that he has agreed a new contract with the club.
Philippe Mexes has backed boss Massimiliano Allegri to stay in charge of Milan after they ensured Champions League football.