MILAN NEWS

Milan captain Massimo Ambrosini has conceded that the club have 'so much to lose and so much to gain' when they face Barcelona tomorrow.
Massimiliano Allegri wants his Milan team to 'stand up' to Barcelona in their Champions League clash tomorrow evening.
Barcelona assistant Jordi Roura has revealed that Xavi Hernandez will be fit to face Milan tomorrow evening.
Barcelona legend Luis Suarez believes that his former side must score early to have the best chance of defeating Milan this week.
Gerard Pique has made clear his faith that Barcelona can turn around their Champions League tie with Milan tomorrow evening.
Former Deportivo boss Javier Irureta has told Barcelona how to overturn a first-leg deficit against Milan in the Champions League.
Milan chief Adriano Galliani has labelled Lionel Messi as a “monster” ahead of the Champions League tie against Barcelona.
Dani Alves is confident that his Barcelona side will have the opportunities to knock Milan out of the Champions League this week.
The Corriere dello Sport is suggesting that Shakhtar Donetsk are ready to make Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri an enticing offer to join them.
Giampaolo Pazzini is out, but Philippe Mexes and Kevin-Prince Boateng can travel to Barcelona with Milan.
Giampaolo Pazzini is out of Milan’s trip to Barcelona and possibly even longer, as tests confirmed a micro-fracture.
Hungarian Viktor Kassai has been assigned to referee Milan’s Champions League trip to Barcelona.
Milan assistant manager Mauro Tassotti admits “it would be a problem” if Giampaolo Pazzini doesn’t recover in time to face Barcelona.
UEFA President Michel Platini admits he would “like to hand the Champions League trophy to Juventus” and believes Milan can knock Barcelona out.
Milan and Italy pay attention, for James Milner has revealed the secret to keeping Mario Balotelli out of trouble. “It was like having a 12-year-old in the dressing room.”
Walter Mazzarri feels it is “only normal a superpower like Milan is getting closer,” as Napoli take on Chievo to keep hold of second place.
Mario Balotelli asked referees for more protection, praised Giampaolo Pazzini and replied to Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini.
Giampaolo Pazzini scored a goal despite limping last night, but there are fears the Milan striker may have suffered a micro fracture.
Davide Ballardini blasted the referee after Genoa’s defeat to Milan and claimed “we should’ve had three penalties.”
After victory in Genoa, Max Allegri admitted Milan are targeting second place, told off Kevin Constant for his dismissal and began the build-up to Barcelona.