MILAN NEWS

Kevin Constant believes Milan have what it takes to finally bring a stop to Napoli’s winning start to the season.
Youth team player Zan Benedicic has signed a new contract with Italian giants Milan, the club have confirmed.
Riccardo Saponara, M’Baye Niang and Ignazio Abate all returned to Milan training on Thursday following injury.
Cristian Zaccardo says he decided to stay with Milan over the summer because he wants to lift major silverware.
Sulley Muntari thinks the Milan squad is big enough to deal with the current injury crisis at San Siro.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon believed they “were the better team” against Milan at San Siro, despite the 2-0 defeat.
Milan goalkeeper Cristian Abbiati reveals what the referee told him about the bizarre Celtic incident.
Max Allegri concedes Milan “were fortunate with the goal” and has more good news after their 2-0 win over Celtic.
Milan left it late, but pushed past Celtic 2-0 thanks to Cristian Zapata’s deflected shot and Sulley Ali Muntari.
Milan assistant manager Mauro Tassotti explained the tactics they’ll be using against Celtic and Mario Balotelli’s role.
Mario Balotelli and Alessandro Matri lead an injury-ravaged Milan against Celtic in the Champions League.
Napoli beat Borussia Dortmund in the UEFA Youth League, Milan swept Celtic aside and Juventus drew in Copenhagen.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani has warned that there will be ‘no excuses’ ahead of the Rossoneri’s clash with Celtic.
Valter Birsa is expected to make his Champions League debut for injury-hit Milan against Celtic tonight.
Alessandro Matri is hoping his move to Milan will help secure him a place at the 2014 World Cup with Italy.
Keisuke Honda is playing for CSKA Moscow in the Champions League tonight, so will be cup-tied if he joins Milan in January.
Neil Lennon has warned Celtic don’t want to be seen as “gallant losers” in the Champions League against Milan.
Milan have had to call up four youth team players for the Champions League tie with Celtic.
Barcelona midfielder Gerard Pique believes Juventus can win the Champions League and Milan “remain complicated rivals.”
Celtic striker Anthony Stokes warns they are “playing against some of the best sides in Europe,” starting with Milan tomorrow.