MILAN NEWS

Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri – on the eve of the game against Catania – insists there is no breakdown in his relationship with Silvio Berlusconi.
Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri has named a 21-man squad for Saturday’s Serie A game at Catania.
Catania boss Vincenzo Montella has asked the home fans to inspire them to victory against Milan on Saturday.
Juventus’ Giorgio Chiellini is well aware of how difficult it will be to beat Milan to the Scudetto. “It’s easier on the PlayStation…”
Barbara Berlusconi has defended father Silvio after he was left unimpressed by Milan’s performance in the 0-0 draw with Barcelona.
The Corriere dello Sport is today suggesting that Alessandro Nesta could leave Milan for Juventus in the summer.
Inter have stated they are “favourable” towards Milan’s proposal of turning the San Siro turf into a hybrid artificial-natural surface.
UEFA’s director of competition assures Barcelona had no reason to lodge a complaint about Milan’s San Siro pitch.
Silvio Berlusconi has now officially taken back the role of President at Milan that he had to give up due to conflict of interests in 2008.
Milan have posted a brief statement defending the quality of San Siro’s playing surface, after Barcelona launched an official protest.
Antonio Cassano’s recovery from heart surgery continues to progress, as today saw him rejoin his Milan teammates for regular training.
Barcelona have taken their issues with the San Siro playing turf to a higher authority by handing in an official complaint to UEFA.
Lionel Messi believes Barcelona were deserving of a win last night against Milan and that the Spanish should have been awarded a penalty.
Cagliari stopper Davide Astori was left impressed by the performance of Alessandro Nesta in last night’s Milan-Barcelona tie.
Milan defender Daniele Bonera is thinking about a recall to the Italian international squad for Euro 2012.
Milan will need to be perfect at the Camp Nou if they are to dump Barcelona out of the Champions League, says Stephan El Shaarawy.
Veteran Clarence Seedorf is confident Milan can qualify past Barcelona in the second leg. “Every side has a weak spot.”
Antonio Nocerino points out Milan “did not allow much to the strongest team in the world and Barcelona respect us too.”
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani feels “Barcelona are afraid of Milan,” but reveals plans to revamp the San Siro turf with an artificial base.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is “optimistic” about Milan’s chances of qualifying for the semi-finals after their draw with Barcelona.