MILAN NEWS

Adriano Galliani says predicting the next 24 hours of the transfer market is too risky, but he still predicts Filippo Inzaghi will stay.
Juventus boss Antonio Conte used his Press conference ahead of the Parma game to label Milan as the “super favourites” for the Scudetto.
The February meeting between Milan and Juventus could decide the destination of the Scudetto, says Diavolo ace Antonio Nocerino.
Massimiliano Allegri says it was crucial for Milan to stay within a point of Juventus and insists he has no regrets about letting Andrea Pirlo go.
Milan announced this evening that Alexander Merkel will be out for at least eight weeks after tests showed a torn knee ligament.
Cagliari President Massimo Cellino criticised his players after the defeat to Milan, but insists “Radja Nainggolan will not join Juventus.”
Milan comfortably swept Cagliari aside 3-0 thanks to Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Antonio Nocerino and a rare Massimo Ambrosini strike.
Milan have Maxi Lopez on the bench, but start with Urby Emanuelson, while Cagliari give Mauricio Pinilla his debut.
According to today’s Italian papers, Milan are set to resume negotiations with Manchester City for Carlos Tevez.
Davide Ballardini has already taken points off Juventus, but notes Cagliari “will take a different approach” against Milan.
Maxi Lopez is in the Milan squad for tomorrow’s game with Cagliari, but Thiago Silva is still unavailable.
Maxi Lopez reveals “it was my choice to wait for Milan and I’d do it all again, because playing here has always been my dream.”
Massimiliano Allegri prepares to face his former club Cagliari and is confident “Maxi Lopez can do well at Milan.”
There are shock reports in Italy that Lazio could hand Djibril Cissè over to QPR so they can bring in veteran Pippo Inzaghi from Milan.
There are reports Alexander Merkel will be out for up to six weeks with a sprained knee, adding to Milan’s midfield injury crisis.
Maxi Lopez is delighted after finally completing his move to Milan and has promised to repay the club’s faith in him.
Adriano Galliani has revealed how close Milan were to reaching an agreement with Manchester City over Carlos Tevez.
After a late twist that saw Manchester City reject Milan’s latest attempts to sign Carlos Tevez, the Italians have now signed Maxi Lopez.
Milan’s deadline for a decision on Carlos Tevez and Maxi Lopez looks set to be extended, as negotiations for the Manchester City striker gradually progress.
The dates and kick-off times have been confirmed for the first legs of the Coppa Italia semi-finals.