MILAN NEWS

Reports in the Italian Press today suggest that Paolo Maldini could be offered a role at Paris Saint-Germain.
Alessandro Matri will celebrate against former club Juventus if he does finally ripple the net for Milan on Sunday.
Milan’s Riccardo Montolivo doesn’t believe Juventus – who they will face on Sunday – are lacking hunger after recent success.
Juventus boss Antonio Conte is reportedly considering the use of Fernando Llorente from the start in the match against Milan on Sunday.
A third generation of Maldini started his Milan career today, as Christian – son of Paolo – trained with the senior squad.
Robinho is happy he stayed at Milan, but reveals they are viewing the clash with Juventus as “a decisive match.”
Juventus will take on Milan at the weekend without the injured Mirko Vucinic, reports Sky Sport Italia.
Reports in Italy are suggesting Keisuke Honda will be given the prestigious No 10 jersey when he joins Milan in January.
Cesare Prandelli will call Mario Balotelli against Denmark and Armenia despite his ban. “He has paid for his actions.”
Ajax defender Daley Blind thought his side were ‘destined’ to beat Milan on Tuesday night.
Milan have confirmed that Valter Birsa will be out for 10 days after picking up a thigh injury before Ajax yesterday.
Valter Birsa will undergo tests on Wednesday after the Milan man picked up an injury ahead of the Ajax game.
Milan’s Andrea Poli has dismissed the idea that tiredness was a factor in their 1-1 draw at Ajax on Tuesday.
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Ajax Coach Frank De Boer accused Mario Balotelli of “creating theatre” for Milan’s last-gasp penalty.
Riccardo Montolivo concedes Milan were “a little too deep” against Ajax and they need Mario Balotelli.
Massimiliano Allegri insists Milan’s defensive first half was a “tactical” decision against Ajax. “It was overall a good performance.”
Mario Balotelli converted a last-gasp penalty to give Milan a point with Ajax after a chaotic finale in Amsterdam.
Mario Balotelli, Riccardo Montolivo and Robinho start as Milan visit Ajax in the Champions League.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani is delighted Riccardo Montolivo will be available for tonight’s Champions League tie at Ajax.