MILAN NEWS

Director Beppe Marotta insists Juventus “are not interested in Carlos Tevez and have not made contact.”
Goalkeeper Christian Abbiati has been ruled out of Milan’s Sunday night match with Chievo.
Massimiliano Allegri worries Milan might have trouble changing pace and mentality to go from Barcelona to Chievo.
Carlos Tevez’s future seems to be in Serie A, but his agent confirms “Milan are the first choice” while Juventus raise their offer.
Carlos Tevez “is happy to move to Italy. We have spoken to Milan,” confirmed the Manchester City outcast’s agent.
Robinho has declared that his current period with Milan is the happiest of his six-year spell in European football.
Milan have confirmed that the injury Alessandro Nesta picked up against Barcelona in midweek will keep him out of action for a month.
There is growing optimism in Italy that Milan could sign Carlos Tevez from Manchester City in January, although Juventus may try to hijack the move.
Taye Taiwo isn’t looking for a January move away from Italy. “He just wants to get into the Milan side,” said his representative.
Milan will meet with the agent of Manchester City’s Carlos Tevez to discuss a possible January move, report Sky Sport Italia.
Serie B side Padova have distanced themselves from transfer links with Stephan El Shaarawy of Milan.
Milan are just two new signings away from matching Barcelona, insists former San Siro hero Dejan Savicevic.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani has revealed which two Barcelona players he would love to sign. “Lionel Messi and…”
It is reported Alessandro Nesta picked up a thigh strain during tonight’s Milan-Barcelona clash.
Clarence Seedorf said football was the winner. “Both teams went for the victory and there were five goals. It was spectacular.”
Pep Guardiola was very proud of Barcelona, as “winning at San Siro is not easy. Zlatan Ibrahimovic? There’s no point...”
Massimiliano Allegri believes Milan “took on Barcelona with courage. This performance proves we’re on the right track.”
Zlatan Ibrahimovic points out Milan “played against the strongest side in the world. Pep Guardiola? It’s nothing personal.”
Kevin-Prince Boateng insists Milan “played well and proved we are strong” against Barcelona.
Milan fell 3-2 at home to Barcelona at the end of a spectacularly entertaining game, including a Kevin-Prince Boateng gem and a soft penalty.