MILAN NEWS

Inter President Erick Thohir warned “the eyes of the world are upon us” for tonight’s Milan Derby.
Roberto Mancini named his squad for the Milan Derby, missing numerous players including Fredy Guarin and Marcelo Brozovic.
Keisuke Honda is back, while Diego Lopez and Mattia Destro remain in doubt for Milan against Inter.
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi told his team that facing Inter is “the most important match of the year.”
Pippo Inzaghi wants to “repay” Milan with a derby victory, but has injury concerns ahead of the Inter clash.
Roberto Mancini said Inter have “more to lose” than Milan in tomorrow’s Derby della Madonnina, but can relaunch their prospects.
Milan-owned Nnamdi Oduamadi turns down a Latina loan extension, but confirms “there are many teams interested.”
It’s reported Bee Taechaubol will offer €770m for 70 per cent of Milan, keeping Silvio Berlusconi as Honorary President.
There are rumours Milan goalkeeper Diego Lopez could miss tomorrow night’s derby against Inter.
Marcello Lippi looked back over the 2006 World Cup triumph, Zinedine Zidane and penalty shoot-outs.
Marco van Ginkel has answered fan questions, discussing topics ranging from Milan’s European ambitions, to Batman v Superman.
Xherdan Shaqiri says he wants to help Inter back to the Champions League next season, as it’s their ‘natural home’.
Giacomo Bonaventura has dismissed critics of Milan's quality, whilst claiming they could have been 'just behind the top three'.
Giacomo Bonaventura looks ahead to this Sunday's Milan derby and hopes to score, but admits it's 'strange' to see both teams so weak.
Milan could be set to lose out on Sinisa Mihajlovic, with the Sampdoria Coach preferring Napoli, according to reports.
Inter defender Andrea Ranocchia says Nerazzurri will aim for Europe ‘as long as it’s mathematically possible’.
Luca Banti is the referee entrusted with Sunday’s Derby della Madonnina, as the Week 31 officials are announced.
Barbara Berlusconi says Milan’s stadium plans are ‘a great project’, but won’t be drawn on rumours of a sale.
Milan’s joint-CEO Adriano Galliani has thrown his backing behind Filippo Inzaghi, calling him a ‘great Coach’.
Milan defender Luca Antonelli says they’ll ‘try to win every game’ between now and the end of the season, starting with Sunday’s derby.