MILAN NEWS

There are conflicting reports in the Italian Press on Wednesday that Milan sporting director Ariedo Braida has resigned.
Hellas Verona sporting director Sean Sogliano has been contacted by Barbara Berlsuconi, according to reports.
After an extra long weekend of Serie A football and some outstanding goalkeeping Dave Taylor picks his best XI from round 14.
Micah Richards has been contacted by Milan, according to reports in the Italian Press this afternoon.
Mario Balotelli has taken to Twitter to hit out at the FIGC after they failed to sanction Catania’s Nicolas Spolli.
Catania defender Nicolas Spolli will not face any action after he was accused of racially abusing Mario Balotelli.
Nicolas Spolli’s agent insists the Catania defender “did not insult” Mario Balotelli or use racist language.
A representative of the Manchester City player claims “no Italian clubs have asked after Micah Richards since the summer.”
Riccardo Montolivo is convinced Kaka will continue to make a difference for Milan over the course of the season.
Giovanni Trapattoni has likened Milan enigma Mario Balotelli to controversial Brazilian forward Edmundo.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani thinks he made no mistake in re-signing Ricardo Kaka from Real Madrid during the summer.
Milan ace Ricardo Kaka says he only scored at Catania on Sunday because he had nobody to pass the ball to.
New Inter chief Erick Thohir has confirmed he will be back in Italy for the Week 17 derby against Milan.
Catania Coach Luigi De Canio believes there was “a misunderstanding” after Mario Balotelli accused Nicolas Spolli of racism.
Massimiliano Allegri was pleased with Milan’s victory in Catania, but brushed off reports of racist abuse towards Mario Balotelli.
Milan fought back from a goal down to beat 10-man Catania 3-1 in Sicily, ending a month-long drought of victories.
Milan are forced into a completely revamped defence for the early kick-off away to Maxi Lopez’s Catania.
Catania host Milan in the early kick-off and Gigi De Canio hopes to take advantage of their “problems.”
President Silvio Berlusconi has announced Milan “will have two general managers: Adriano Galliani and Barbara Berlusconi.”
Adriano Galliani admits his Milan exit is over, for now. “President Silvio Berlusconi’s words are sacred.”