MILAN NEWS

Inter have learned they will have to play their next two home Serie A matches in front of a closed Curva Nord.
Silvio Berlusconi will reportedly delay sacking Clarence Seedorf until May, whilst Milan apparently face a battle over his contract.
Prospective Milan Coach Pippo Inzaghi has reflected on the ‘great rapport’ he has with Silvio Berlusconi and Adriano Galliani.
Silvio Berlusconi has briefly commented on continued rumours of a takeover bid at Milan: “These are the fantasies of others.”
Ricky Kaka has reflected on Milan’s current and future objectives, working with Clarence Seedorf and on his intentions beyond the summer.
Figures from football, including Mario Balotelli and Cesare Prandelli, ate bananas to join Dani Alves’ anti-racism message.
President of the Montenegro FA Dejan Savicevic stirred up controversy, claiming Juventus were “pushed forward by referees” this season.
FIGC President Giancarlo Abete insisted it’s “important to have Mario Balotelli at the World Cup, as he can change a game.”
Giampaolo Pazzini can’t wait for the Milan Derby so he can end the “taboo” against his former club.
Giuseppe Sabadini says he would want either Luciano Spalletti or Roberto Donadoni to be Milan Coach should Clarence Seedorf leave.
Milan want Carlos Bacca to replace Mario Balotelli, it has been reported in the Spanish Press.
Adriano Galliani has insisted that ‘the story ends here’ regarding Clarence Seedorf’s unauthorised Sky interview.
Speculation continues to mount over Clarence Seedorf’s future with one newspaper suggesting that he could be sacked before the end of the season.
Clarence Seedorf said he “just wants to be the Coach of Milan” and blamed media for not helping Mario Balotelli’s growth process.
Paolo Maldini has “often” been in talks with PSG and “we’ll discuss it again in future, but at this moment they don’t need me.”
Italian papers claim Cesare Prandelli is drawing up a Plan B for the World Cup without Mario Balotelli.
Pundit Ciccio Graziani has a new idea for dealing with Mario Balotelli. “I’d have given him a kick up the backside!”
Milan CEO Barbara Berlusconi refused to back Clarence Seedorf. “No comment. These decisions aren’t up to me.”
Zvonimir Boban reiterated Mario Balotelli’s performance was “shameful,” he “lacks self-criticism” and Milan need Silvio Berlusconi.
Daniele De Rossi trusts Roma’s record-breaking campaign can set them up for next season too. “We can beat anyone.”