MILAN NEWS

Catania's Francesco Lodi has been given a three-match ban after his straight red card in the Elefanti's 0-0 draw with Torino at the weekend.
Galatasaray President Unal Asyal has been at Milan's training ground today discussing the possibility of signing Djamel Mesbah and Luca Antonini.
Milan had shown an interest in Palermo-bound Napoli stopper Andrea Dossena, his agent has admitted.
Stephan El Shaarawy or Edinson Cavani? Milan chief Silvio Berlusconi says he prefers the Diavolo’s striking sensation.
Adriano Galliani has confirmed Robinho turned down offers from other Brazilian clubs after talks with Santos broke down. “He’s staying with Milan.”
Milan have responded to Sepp Blatter by releasing a new statement urging “national and international authorities” to take action on racism.
Massimiliano Allegri conceded the first half was poor, though Beppe Iachini contested the penalty.
Massimiliano Allegri concedes Milan improved considerably in the second half, but “won even without centre-backs.”
FIFA President Sepp Blatter said Kevin-Prince Boateng was wrong to “run away” from racist abuse.
Milan scraped victory over Siena, but Pescara caused a huge upset by ending Fiorentina’s unbeaten home record.
Milan have a completely reshuffled defence for this afternoon’s game with Siena, as they begin life after Alexandre Pato.
After reports of Zenit’s €10m bid for Ignazio Abate, it is now suggested Russian, Turkish and German sides are pushing for his Milan teammate Luca Antonini.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito insists his club “is not racist” after offensive chants were aimed at Cagliari’s Victor Ibarbo.
Siena visit San Siro this afternoon and new Coach Beppe Iachini demands the elimination of “dips in concentration that cost us against Napoli.”
On Sunday afternoon clubs including Milan and Udinese will have anti-racism messages before their games.
Milan are forced to use Mattia De Sciglio in central defence after losing Mario Yepes, Daniele Bonera, Philippe Mexes and Robinho.
Massimiliano Allegri tried to focus Milan on Siena, but instead had to reassure “Robinho and Ignazio Abate are staying with us.”
Kevin-Prince Boateng is so shaken by the racist insults he received during a friendly that he confessed “I’ll meet my agent next week and see if there’s still a point to playing in Italy.”
Didier Drogba’s agents have suggested “he has a lot of possibilities to arrive in Italy in January” for Milan or Juventus.
It’s reported that Santos and Atletico Mineiro have pulled out of talks for Robinho, as they cannot meet the €10m price-tag set by Milan.