MILAN NEWS

It’s a Scudetto showdown at San Siro, as Mario Balotelli’s Milan take on the Napoli of Gonzalo Higuain.
Cristian Zapata admits he’s got previous with Gonzalo Higuain, calls Mario Balotelli ‘El Loco’ and hasn’t forgiven UEFA.
Milan have called up 20 players for the clash with Napoli, though Ignazio Abate and M’Baye Niang return.
Max Allegri doesn’t see why Napoli should be considered favourites against Milan, even if they have the “diabolical” Gonzalo Higuain.
Rafa Benitez expects two attacking teams to go at it on Sunday night, so “it doesn’t matter” whether Napoli or Milan are considered favourites.
There are reports Napoli striker Gonzalo Higuain was twice close to Milan, but turned them down.
If there’s one person guaranteed to not take an official photo session seriously, it’s Mario Balotelli...
Philippe Mexes’ agent has claimed that his client never thought about leaving Milan over the summer.
Verona defender Domenico Maietta has insisted that if his side can beat Milan, then they can do the same to Juventus.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani has again underlined how the Champions League theme tune inspires the Diavolo.
Milan striker M’Baye Niang has declared himself fit and ready for action ahead of Sunday’s Serie A game against Napoli.
Milan chief Adriano Galliani insists the result of the game against Napoli won’t be too significant at this stage of the season.
The Italian Football Federation have named Rome and Milan as possible venues at the multi-country 2020 European Championship.
Parma defender Felipe believes Milan’s capture of Kaka was the best move of the summer transfer window.
Kevin Constant believes Milan have what it takes to finally bring a stop to Napoli’s winning start to the season.
Youth team player Zan Benedicic has signed a new contract with Italian giants Milan, the club have confirmed.
Riccardo Saponara, M’Baye Niang and Ignazio Abate all returned to Milan training on Thursday following injury.
Cristian Zaccardo says he decided to stay with Milan over the summer because he wants to lift major silverware.
Sulley Muntari thinks the Milan squad is big enough to deal with the current injury crisis at San Siro.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon believed they “were the better team” against Milan at San Siro, despite the 2-0 defeat.