MILAN NEWS

Alessio Romagnoli and Daniele De Rossi are expected to start in a 3-5-2 formation as Italy face Spain in a World Cup qualifier.
Former Milan star Giovanni Galli believes Gianluigi Donnarumma “will be the best goalkeeper of the next 50 years.”
Francesco Totti, Diego Armando Maradona, Ronaldinho, Hernan Crespo and Gianluca Zambrotta will take part in a charity match in Rome.
Venezia Coach Filippo Inzaghi believes “exceptional person” Paolo Maldini “could only do well” if he joined Milan’s board.
Reports suggest Paolo Maldini has been offered the role of technical director by Milan’s future CEO Marco Fassone.
Leonardo Bonucci is confident Mario Balotelli “is starting to think like an adult” and hopes he can return to the Italy squad.
Alessio Romagnoli is reportedly training with Italy, having shaken off an injury.
Mino Raiola reportedly wants guarantees over Milan’s ownership before Gianluigi Donnarumma will renew.
There is more confusion over Milan’s ownership, as a newspaper investigation uncovers inconsistencies with Sino-Europe Sports.
Han Li, executive director of Sino-Europe Sports assures “everything is on track” and “we’ll bring Milan back to the top”.
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi has been discharged from hospital in New York after being taken in ill upon his arrival.
Mario Balotelli claims “it’s impossible” to win over the Italian people as he is “still angry” at Cesare Prandelli for his treatment at the last World Cup.
Milan’s ambitious assault for Atletico Madrid defender Diego Godin has reportedly been moved forward to January.
Mario Balotelli claims “I found a lot of confusion at Milan” as Adriano Galliani’s possible departure would only “confirm” his suspicions.
Former Milan midfielder Massimo Ambrosini believes Sunday’s 4-3 win against Sassuolo can be a “turning point” for the Rossoneri.
Sassuolo President Giorgio Squinzi insists Domenico Berardi will “absolutely not” join Inter.
Manuel Locatelli’s agent describes the Milan youngster as “a little Andrea Pirlo” after his performance against Sassuolo.
Eusebio Di Francesco implies the referee favoured Milan to beat Sassuolo 4-3. “You saw the incidents, they were clear as day. Milan are a stronger club.”
Vincenzo Montella admits to being “moved” by the Milan comeback to beat Sassuolo 4-3, especially as 18-year-old Manuel Locatelli scored.
Manuel Locatelli was practically in tears after scoring his Serie A debut goal for Milan aged 18 in a 4-3 thriller against Sassuolo.