MILAN NEWS

Bottom of the table Palermo are set to miss several star players, including Fabrizio Miccoli, for Sunday’s trip to Milan.
The changes to the Serie A fixture list from Week 30 to 32 have been announced, including Inter-Lazio on Saturday afternoon and Roma-Lazio on a Monday.
Cristian Zapata has told his Milan teammates to forget about the Champions League loss and focus on finishing the season in second.
Clarence Seedorf has intimated that he’s thinking about one day becoming the Coach of Milan.
Stephan El Shaarawy has urged Milan to put the Barcelona defeat behind them. “We must do everything possible to take second place.”
The agent of Napoli captain Paolo Cannavaro insists the Azzurri have what is needed to finish ahead of Milan in Serie A.
Clarence Seedorf believes that the League table now speaks the truth after Milan’s initial difficulties at the start of the season.
Milan should have Giampaolo Pazzini back in action for the game against Chievo at the end of this month.
Milan chief Silvio Berlusconi will not make a decision on the future of boss Massimiliano Allegri until the end of the season.
Corinthians striker Alexandre Pato has admitted he will 'never forget' the support of the Milan fans.
Former Milan man Clarence Seedorf has backed Real Madrid to be crowned champions of Europe this season.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani says he feared Champions League elimination against Barcelona once M’Baye Niang’s effort hit the post.
Barcelona have rarely played better than in their 4-0 win over Milan, says midfielder Andres Iniesta.
Barcelona are ranking last night’s 4-0 destruction of Milan as one of the greatest victories of their glorious history.
Bojan Krkic thinks Milan could still be in the Champions League this morning had M’Baye Niang not hit the post against Barcelona.
Ignazio Abate says his Milan side were too raw to deal with the pressure of playing at Barcelona in the Champions League.
M’Baye Niang had the chance to turn the tie around and explained what went through his mind when he hit the upright at Camp Nou.
Assistant manager Jordi Roura insisted “beating Milan 4-0 is not normal for anyone, not even Barcelona.”
David Villa was a surprise pick for Barcelona and scored in a 4-0 win over Milan. “All the bad times are forgotten.”
Gerard Pique felt Barcelona fully deserved to knock Milan out of the Champions League 4-2 on aggregate.