MILAN NEWS

Roberto Donadoni believes Parma more than earned their point against Juventus and he shook off rumours of a future at Milan.
Gennaro Gattuso reveals he has changed his mind on Massimiliano Allegri. “He is the only person who can lead this Milan.”
Robinho is in the Milan squad to face Sampdoria tomorrow evening, but “unlikely to play,” while Luca Antonini and Giampaolo Pazzini miss out.
Massimiliano Allegri is not concerned by Milan’s latest downturn in form and Coppa Italia exit, but demands improvements against Sampdoria tomorrow night.
There are reports Milan have identified Parma Coach Roberto Donadoni as the natural successor to Massimiliano Allegri.
Arsenal are said to be targeting versatile Milan man Urby Emanuelson for the January transfer window.
Delio Rossi’s Sampdoria are fresh from a shock victory over Juventus and now hopes to cause another upset against Milan. “We’re sticking to a 3-5-2, just as we did in Turin.”
Alexandre Pato has spoken for the first time since his move from Milan to Corinthians last week.
Parma have confirmed that talks regarding a Cristian Zaccardo-Djamel Mesbah swap with Milan have collapsed.
Former Italian Under-21 boss Gigi Casiraghi has applauded Milan for their Riccardo Saponara swoop.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani has answered transfer questions about Didier Drogba, Kevin Prince Boateng, Francesco Lodi, Cristian Zaccardo, Luca Antonini and Ignazio Abate.
Roberto Donadoni insists he is happy at Parma amidst rumours that he could be targeted by Milan in the summer.
Genoa chief Enrico Preziosi has silenced suggestions that Mattia Perin is on his way to Milan. “Let’s leave him in peace.”
Despite the Milan President referring to him as “a bad apple,” it’s reported Manchester City are prepared to accept a €30m offer for Mario Balotelli.
Adriano Galliani assured “Kevin-Prince Boateng is going nowhere. We want Francesco Lodi, have no interest in Maarten Stekelenburg, while we rejected Zenit’s offer for Ignazio Abate.”
After Milan President Silvio Berlusconi referred to Mario Balotelli as “a bad apple,” his agent Mino Raiola insisted “he is a cherry.”
Milan have assured Kevin-Prince Boateng “is not on the market” after the Ghanaian arrived for a surprise meeting with directors and Coach Massimiliano Allegri today.
Milan could be lining up a sensational move for Italian national team boss Cesare Prandelli, reports in Italy claim.
Milan have joined the race to sign Catania playmaker Francesco Lodi, according to reports in Italy.
Reports that Parma’s Cristian Zaccardo is on his way to Milan are gathering pace after his representative turned up at Via Turati on Thursday.