MILAN NEWS

Inter will have their Curva Nord open for this weekend’s derby against Milan, it has been confirmed.
Milan have reached an agreement with Montpellier to send M’Baye Niang on a six-month loan deal from January, reports suggest.
Daniele Bonera has singled out Rodrigo Palacio as a player his Milan side must be aware of in the derby against Inter.
The Times is suggesting Milan will consider replacing Massimiliano Allegri with Andre Villas-Boas at the end of the season.
Reports this evening have claimed that Inter’s Curva Nord will now be open for Sunday’s Derby di Milano on Sunday.
Barbara Berlusconi has been confirmed as Milan’s new Vice-President and CEO at an end of year board meeting on Thursday.
Inter boss Walter Mazzarri has insisted that ‘a derby without the fans is not good for the game’.
Milan midfielder Nigel De Jong has praised new signing Keisuke Honda, insisting that the Japan international can add something to the team.
Christian Abbiati says he will retire at the end of the season if he doesn’t sign a new contract with Milan.
Inter’s Diego Milito has dismissed suggestions that he could be on the bench against Milan this weekend.
Milan could offer Torino the services of two players in order to sign Danilo D’Ambrosio during the January transfer window.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani has underlined that the club can’t afford to ignore their youth system.
Brazil boss Luiz Felipe Scolari will be at the Milan-Inter derby on Sunday to watch Kaka in action.
Mauro Icardi has claimed that he is ‘dreaming’ about the Derby di Milano that will see Inter take on Milan on Sunday.
Roma defender Mehdi Benatia believes that his side have what it takes to win the Scudetto this season.
Inter legend Javier Zanetti has claimed that the Derby di Milano this Sunday has ‘lost its appeal’.
Maurizio Ganz is looking forward to seeing Keisuke Honda play for former club Milan in the New Year.
Milan’s Urby Emanuelson is hoping to be available for the derby against Inter this weekend.
Atletico Madrid Coach Diego Simeone is looking forward to facing Milan at San Siro, but insists “it’s not a derby for me.”
Gennaro Gattuso dramatically proclaimed his innocence of match-fixing charges. “I’d kill myself in the town square.”