MILAN NEWS

Milan have reportedly joined Napoli and Juventus in their pursuit of Atalanta youngster Manolo Gabbiadini.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic does not want to leave Italian giants Milan, his representative has underlined on Tuesday.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani has some decisions to make given that 10 players are coming to the end of their contracts.
Genoa stopper Andreas Granqvist has what is takes to play for Milan, says his former boss Pasquale Marino.
The agent of Sandro says his client is happy at Spurs even though numerous clubs outside of England are interested in his services.
Agent Andrea D’Amico has spoken about the futures of Maxi Lopez, Gennaro Gattuso and Sebastian Giovinco.
Paolo Maldini has criticised Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri for focusing on the ‘phantom goal’ against Juventus. “It’s in the past now.”
Milan aim to keep the Scudetto race going when they welcome a Genoa side battling to avoid relegation.
It’s reported Milan will club together with Genoa to sign Brazilian star Carlos Henrique Casemiro this summer.
Antonio Conte prepares Juventus for Cesena’s synthetic pitch, but insists Massimiliano Allegri’s phantom goal obsession “has become deathly dull.”
“Santos want Robinho and he wants to return, so now it depends on Milan. We will talk to them,” said the club President.
Zdenek Zeman has always been one of their harshest critics, but says “Juventus deserve to be top of the table” ahead of Milan.
President Enrico Preziosi urges his Genoa to stay united against Milan today, “then those who made errors will pay.”
Milan director Ariedo Braida has confirmed “we are interested in” Genoa defender Andreas Granqvist, who they’ll face tomorrow.
Italy Coach Cesare Prandelli believes the Scudetto race is wide open. “Both Milan and Juventus have a 50 per cent chance of winning.”
Milan’s huge injury list drags on for tomorrow’s match with Genoa, including Kevin-Prince Boateng, Massimo Ambrosini, Thiago Silva and Ignazio Abate.
Massimiliano Allegri defends Milan’s performance this season, before demanding full focus on beating Genoa on Saturday night.
Milan’s Antonio Cassano and Giuseppe Rossi of Villarreal have been omitted from the Italy squad by Panini in their latest collection.
Mino Raiola says that Mario Balotelli will remain at Manchester City, while Paul Pogba will have to choose between Manchester United and Juventus.
Marcello Lippi has defended Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri from criticism amidst rumours that he could be axed.