MILAN NEWS

Milan welcome Pescara to San Siro to celebrate their 113th birthday with Robinho, Giampaolo Pazzini and Stephan El Shaarawy.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has confirmed his interest in Milan star Stephan El Shaarawy. “His philosophy fits perfectly with mine.”
Cristiano Bergodi is pleased to take on his former teammate Max Allegri as Pescara visit Milan this afternoon.
Alexandre Pato is not in Milan’s squad to face Pescara tomorrow afternoon, but Riccardo Montolivo, Kevin Constant and more return.
Milan insist they won’t sell Robinho, but Santos are confident “negotiations are continuing and this is not over.”
Massimiliano Allegri trusts Robinho will “be professional” despite transfer stories, focuses on Pescara and warns Alexandre Pato won’t play again in 2012.
Milan’s new 17-year-old starlet M’Baye Niang dedicated his debut goal to the fans and revealed his hero is Inter legend Ronaldo.
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi discussed Robinho, transfer strategy and promised in three years “we’ll get back to being protagonists in Italy and the world.”
Milan forward Robinho will not leave the club for Santos in January, according to the player's father.
Luca Antonini has urged Milan to ignore any eventual offers for Brazilian international forward Robinho.
Sulley Muntari is disappointed to miss out on the African Cup of Nations, but concedes his omission was the right decision.
Massimiliano Allegri complimented Reggina and Coach Davide Dionigi on their performance after Milan set up a Coppa Quarter-Final tie with Juventus.
Milan eventually ran out 3-0 winners with Mbaye Niang’s first goal for the club, but they found it harder than expected to end Reggina’s Coppa Italia dream.
Klaas-Jan Huntelaar’s agent has declared “Inter would give him the chance to show is a great player” more than Arsenal or Liverpool.
Milan unleash a Bojan Krkic, Giampaolo Pazzini and Robinho trident in the Coppa Italia against Serie B side Reggina tonight.
Juventus midfielder Emanuele Giaccherini has been fined €8,000 for showing an offensive banner, while Lazio director Igli Tare was suspended for two months.
Milan don’t have to worry about losing Sulley Muntari for the African Cup of Nations, but Ghana call Juventus and Udinese stars.
Alexandre Pato “is 100 per cent fit and can start for Milan. He has no intention of asking for a transfer,” said his agent.
Reggina boss Davide Dionigi sees tomorrow’s Coppa Italia clash with Milan as “a reward for all our hard work” in reaching the Last 16.
Milan have officially sealed a commercial partnership with Chinese club Guangzhou Evergrande, who are coached by Marcello Lippi.