MILAN NEWS

Milan Coach Cristian Brocchi will reportedly give Kevin Prince Boateng a chance to start against Carpi tomorrow.
Inter and Milan are on alert after Lille President Michel Seydoux said ‘keeping Sofiane Boufal is technically impossible’.
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio warned “only five clubs could register for Serie A” if financial limits were imposed properly.
Cristian Brocchi tested Kevin-Prince Boateng as the trequartista for Milan, moving Giacomo Bonaventura into midfield.
Sinisa Mihajlovic says “there are women who understand football” but not Paola Ferrari.
Christian Abbiati says ‘I owe everything to Milan’ and ‘I’d like to do a final year here, but we’ll see’.
Eusebio Di Francesco has reportedly demanded that Sassuolo sign players to target the Europa League before he signs a renewal.
The likelihood of Milan signing Mario Balotelli permanently from Liverpool is reportedly dependent on Chinese investment.
Alessandro Matri could have a future at Milan under Cristian Brocchi once he return from his Lazio loan, say reports.
Milan captain Riccardo Montolivo says the win over Sampdoria was for Sinisa Mihajlovic too.
M’Baye Niang’s ankle injury has been assessed, and Milan confirm the results were “satisfactory”.
Juventus have been given a one-match suspended ban of the Curva Sud after anti-semitic chants.
Eusebio Di Francesco says “it’s likely I’ll renew” with Sassuolo, despite links to Milan.
Carlos Bacca’s agent says the striker is happy at Milan but “I don’t know what will happen in the summer”.
Reports in France suggest Monaco could challenge Milan for the signing of Mario Balotelli.
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Azzurri Coach Antonio Conte needs to choose a replacement for injured Claudio Marchisio amid six available options.
Milan's sale to a Chinese group, scheduled at six to eight weeks, is being delayed as Silvio Berlusconi is uncertain.
Inter Coach Roberto Mancini spoke all-round on the Totti-Spalletti fight, the next Italy Coach, and Inter's transfer campaign.
Carlos Bacca's agent admits that 'many top clubs' are after the striker, but his plan is to 'stay and rebuild Milan'.