MILAN NEWS

Massimiliano Allegri admits his future at Milan is up in the air if he doesn’t win the Scudetto. “The club will decide whether I failed or not.”
Thiago Silva has not recovered in time for Milan’s trip to Siena, while Robinho and Clarence Seedorf have again been dropped.
Maxi Lopez is not letting go of his Milan career, nor his Scudetto hopes. “We cannot let anything go right now.”
Andrea Pirlo admits it is “a special” Scudetto duel for him between Juventus and his former Milan teammates.
FIFA have confirmed they will test Hawk-Eye goalline technology in live games from next month after pressure from clubs including Milan.
Carlo Mazzone hopes to see Pep Guardiola return to Italy to take up a managerial role in the future.
Pep Guardiola has confirmed he will be leaving Barcelona at the end of the season, but chances of him coming to Serie A this summer look unlikely.
The father of Alberto Aquilani expects Milan to send the midfielder back to Liverpool at the end of the campaign.
Alessandro Nesta will reportedly consider joining New York Red Bulls in June once his contract at Milan expires.
Thiago Silva could return to the Milan side for this weekend’s game at Siena following a spell on the sidelines.
Italy boss Cesare Prandelli checked up on the fitness of Antonio Cassano today as he visited Milan in training.
Fabio Capello has denied contact with Milan – but opened the door for a return to coaching in Italian football.
Gigi De Canio lost on his Genoa debut, but caused Milan quite a few problems and was denied a penalty.
Massimiliano Allegri continues to believe Milan can win the Scudetto after scraping past 10-man Genoa.
Marco Borriello and Kevin-Prince Boateng scored late winners against Cesena and Genoa, so the gap remains three points at the top between Juventus and Milan.
Milan have chosen Stephan El Shaarawy and Urby Emanuelson to take on troubled Genoa under new Coach Gigi De Canio.
The Gazzetta dello Sport is today suggesting that Kevin Prince Boateng may be sold by Milan in order to raise funds.
Reports in Italy are gathering pace that Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri is fighting to save his job.
Kevin-Prince Boateng is back in the Milan squad to take on Genoa tomorrow evening, but Robinho, Philippe Mexes and Clarence Seedorf miss out.
Clarence Seedorf has looked to clarify the alleged falling out between himself and Coach Massimiliano Allegri during Milan’s weekend draw with Bologna.