MILAN NEWS

Milan are reported as looking to increase commercial revenue by tapping into the lucrative Chinese market.
The agent of Manuel Pasqual says he has had no contact with Roma or Milan - but he hasn’t spoken to Fiorentina either.
Gennaro Gattuso has reversed his decision to resign from his post at OFI Crete after showdown talks with the President.
Pippo Inzaghi has “regrets” after Milan’s 1-1 draw with Fiorentina, but insisted “there are reasons to be pleased.”
Vincenzo Montella felt Fiorentina “could’ve won” against Milan with more sharpness and confidence.
Josip Ilicic wiped out a Nigel de Jong header as Fiorentina held Milan to a 1-1 draw at San Siro.
Milan go head-to-head with Fiorentina for European places with Juan Cuadrado, Jeremy Menez, Keisuke Honda and Khouma Babacar.
Gennaro Gattuso has resigned as Coach of OFI Crete. “I cannot continue to carry this situation on my shoulders alone.”
Arrigo Sacchi believes the current Bayern Munich team “would struggle” against his Grande Milan of the 1980s.
David Pizarro is out of Fiorentina’s trip to Milan on Sunday evening, but Marko Marin wants his Serie A debut.
Milan have Nigel de Jong and Giacomo Bonaventura back for tomorrow’s showdown with Fiorentina.
Pippo Inzaghi sees tomorrow night’s Milan-Fiorentina as potentially decisive in “the hunt for third place.”
Vincenzo Montella insists his Fiorentina era “is not over,” denies a Milan approach and compliments Pippo Inzaghi.
Alberto Aquilani has reflected that his intention is to stay at Fiorentina and the club know that, but there are no real developments on his contract talks.
Inter target Andrej Kramaric has admitted that Serie A is an attractive proposition, as he reveals surprise at Antonio Conte’s Italy.
Verona have been temporarily successful in appealing a one-game partial closure of their stadium for racist chanting.
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi has reportedly complained that Roma and Juventus’ midweek defeats have ‘devalued’ Italian football.
Milan right-back Ignazio Abate could be a transfer target for Liverpool, according to reports in England.
Verona say they’ll keep pushing for the truth over racism claims, but it feels like “fighting Kalashnikovs with blowpipes.”
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers warned Mario Balotelli’s best might “not be good enough” after a row over shirt-swapping.