After a pulsating Week 32 that saw a couple of teams reignite their European hopes, Dave Taylor picks his best XI.
Luis Figo has recommended that Inter check their ambition, whilst he sees no ‘real project’ in Milan’s transfer strategy of late.
Kevin Constant has revealed that Clarence Seedorf “told me in January that I had to show that I deserved to be at Milan.”
Clarence Seedorf practically confessed he’d be happy if Milan didn’t enter the Europa League, but “it’s a business strategy.”
Gian Piero Gasperini felt Genoa deserved a lot more from their 2-1 defeat to Milan, but “made one mistake in each half.”
Christian Abbiati said Milan have “showed our worth” after a third consecutive victory away to Genoa.
Keisuke Honda’s debut Serie A goal gave Milan a 2-1 win in Genoa, though they were under siege for much of the game.
Mauro Tassotti explained Milan’s tactical choices in tonight’s trip to Genoa, including Mario Balotelli and Daniele Bonera.
Alberto Gilardino faces Milan tonight and the Genoa striker is impressed with Clarence Seedorf’s work.
Milan start ex-Sampdoria striker Giampaolo Pazzini in tonight’s trip to Genoa, leaving Mario Balotelli on the bench.
Milan CEO Barbara Berlusconi insists Peter Lim hasn’t made an offer and in any case “€300m would be worth 30% of the club.”
Fiorentina’s Alessandro Matri is convinced that he will soon start scoring again despite just two goals in his last 18 appearances.
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani admits it will be difficult for his side to reach next season’s Europa League.
Singaporean businessman Peter Lim is ready to offer €300m for a 51 per cent stake in Milan.
Mario Balotelli is a major doubt for Milan’s game against Genoa this evening, it has been revealed.
Clarence Seedorf warned Milan that Monday’s trip to Genoa “is the most important game” of their season.
Riccardo Montolivo and Ignazio Abate are back in the Milan squad for their trip to Genoa on Monday.
Gian Piero Gasperini warned “these are two different teams now” as Genoa face a revamped Milan on Monday.
Vincenzo Montella warned Udinese are “a tough opponent” for Fiorentina and laughed off links with Milan.
Ex-Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri turned down the Greece national bench “to be free for a club next season.”