MILAN NEWS

Milan host battling Carpi at San Siro with Kevin-Prince Boateng in a new role behind Carlos Bacca and Mario Balotelli.
The midweek round concludes with Cristian Brocchi making his San Siro debut on the Milan bench against minefield Carpi.
Eusebio Di Francesco has officially extended his Sassuolo contract to June 2019, ending Milan, Fiorentina and Italy speculation.
Milan are reportedly in the running for Moussa Sissoko after he asked to leave Newcastle United.
Kevin-Prince Boateng is reportedly set for his first Serie A start since returning to Milan against Carpi tonight.
Kevin Prince Boateng should make his first Milan start in three years against Carpi tonight and will be playing for a new contract, say reports.
Milan are fighting Liverpool for the signature of out-of-contract Nice midfielder Hatem Ben Arfa, say reports.
Giovanni Carnevali admits he is “not 100 per cent sure” Eusebio Di Francesco will stay at Sassuolo.
Andrea Bertolacci and Luiz Adriano are out of Milan’s encounter with Carpi tomorrow evening.
Pisa Coach Gennaro Gattuso has been given a touchline ban for the rest of the season.
Fabrizio Castori insists Carpi “can get a result against anyone” as they prepare to face Milan.
Cristian Brocchi says he has a ‘moral duty to get Milan playing a certain type of football again’ ahead of their Carpi clash.
Returning to the San Siro as Milan Coach ‘will be very emotional’ says Cristian Brocchi, who calls it ‘a dream come true’.
Milan Coach Cristian Brocchi says they face ‘a mental test’ against Carpi and demands ‘hunger with no excuses.’
Milan will reportedly make a second attempt to sign Moussa Sissoko this summer if Newcastle United are relegated.
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi is considering a €700m offer from a Chinese-American group to take over the club, say reports.
Milan Coach Cristian Brocchi will reportedly give Kevin Prince Boateng a chance to start against Carpi tomorrow.
Inter and Milan are on alert after Lille President Michel Seydoux said ‘keeping Sofiane Boufal is technically impossible’.
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio warned “only five clubs could register for Serie A” if financial limits were imposed properly.
Cristian Brocchi tested Kevin-Prince Boateng as the trequartista for Milan, moving Giacomo Bonaventura into midfield.