Football Italia’s season review continues with our player ratings for the Champions, the Team of the Season and the Stats of the Season.
The Gazzetta dello Sport believe that Robinho could be heading out to the MLS, but that Philippe Mexes may remain with Milan.
Pippo Inzaghi hinted he could replace Clarence Seedorf. “I will soon meet with Milan and decide on my future. They are the priority.”
Verona director of sport Sean Sogliano rejected a job as “Adriano Galliani’s waiter” at Milan.
A priest reveals he “consoled” Alessio Cerci and has faith in Mario Balotelli after visiting the Italy camp.
Stephan El Shaarawy’s agent said he’d like to stay at Milan, “but we’ll have to wait and see what the club decides.”
Massimo Ambrosini announced he is leaving Fiorentina. “I wanted to stay, but the Viola made their decision. I was surprised.”
Football Italia have put together an extensive review of the 2013-14 Serie A season, running through every club’s individual campaigns.
Andriy Shevchenko has called on Milan to start looking forward, now that this Serie A season can be consigned to history.
Max Allegri has dismissed questions by reporters asking whether he would be interested in coaching Juventus.
Milan’s Giampaolo Pazzini admits the Rossoneri have had a poor season after their eighth place finish in Serie A.
Sassuolo’s Paolo Cannavaro has been banned for the first three Serie A matches of next season.
Roberto Baggio says he is hoping Mario Balotelli will have more success at the World Cup than he did himself.
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani has revealed he will fly to Lisbon on Friday to discuss the signing of Adil Rami.
Milan have opened their new club headquarters, Casa Milan, in a ceremony at the venue today.
Barbara Berlsuconi has confirmed that Milan will make a decision regarding Clarence Seedorf’s future ‘in the next few days’.
Tommaso Ghirardi says he has received ‘no signals’ from Milan of interest in Roberto Donadoni, as he reflects on yesterday’s drama and the future.
Massimo Moratti expects Inter to make ‘sacrifices’ towards change, but knows it is for the best, as he has kind words for Clarence Seedorf.
Clarence Seedorf said his Milan situation “will be clear by the end of the month” after a “dignified” campaign.
Roberto Donadoni praised Parma for their “extraordinary” European qualification, but hinted at a potential exit.