MILAN NEWS

Massimo Ambrosini has called for a united team effort from his Milan teammates tonight to try to overcome Barcelona.
Massimiliano Allegri anticipates a balanced quarter-final second leg with Barcelona tonight, as he asks for a positive attitude from his players.
Pep Guardiola has indicated that Milan will face an all-out attacking Barcelona in Tuesday’s Champions League quarter-final.
Carles Puyol has given Milan’s Champions League quarter-final second leg clash with his Barcelona side top billing.
Sandro Mencucci has appealed to the Italian game’s governing bodies to ensure that Fiorentina do not become victims of Milan’s recent refereeing misfortune.
According to Adriano Galliani, Milan may have found a solution to Alexandre Pato’s recent struggles with injury.
Massimiliano Allegri has implored his players to forget the dropped points against Catania so as to focus fully on beating Barcelona in midweek.
Antonio Cassano is a step closer to playing football again after getting the all clear from the Italian Federation of Sporting Doctors.
Milan’s flight to Barcelona has been delayed by almost four hours ahead of Tuesday’s Champions League clash.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani has asked the Italian Football Federation to consider using goalline officials after another ghost goal incident.
Milan will complete a deal to take total control of Stephan El Shaarawy’s contract at the end of the season.
Antonio Conte is very proud of Juventus for crushing Napoli and going within two points of the leaders, but warns “only Milan can lose the Scudetto now.”
Juventus general manager Beppe Marotta refused to “fuel more controversy” by responding to Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri’s criticism.
Cesare Prandelli admits he will wait until the last minute for Antonio Cassano when picking the Euro 2012 squad.
Milan have named Alexandre Pato, Alessandro Nesta and Christian Abbiati in their squad to face Barcelona.
Catania defender Giovanni Marchese insists Robinho’s shot did not cross the line, despite Milan’s protestations.
Adriano Galliani was furious after another Milan ‘phantom’ goal. “When it crosses the line, it is a goal, but not for us. It’s frankly unacceptable.”
Vincenzo Montella refused to comment on the refereeing decisions in Catania’s draw with Milan. “We have important ambitions.”
Massimiliano Allegri was furious after another ‘phantom goal’ in Milan’s draw with Catania and slammed Juventus. “They ought to shut up.”
It was a thrilling 1-1 draw in Sicily that saw a Milan effort cleared when mostly over the line and Catania’s goal controversially disallowed.