MILAN NEWS

The Gazzetta dello Sport claim that Milan are hesitant about fielding Alberto Aquilani as they don’t want to activate their obligation to buy clause.
Massimiliano Allegri is remarkably close to having a fully fit Milan squad to work with for the remaining weeks of the season.
Milan defender Ignazio Abate insists the Scudetto race is still alive despite Juventus’ sprint towards the title.
Milan midfielder Mark Van Bommel has no idea whether he is part of the club’s plans for the future.
Stefano Pioli is happy for Bologna to take the role of Scudetto deciders after holding Milan. “We don’t do anyone any favours.”
Massimiliano Allegri will not shelve Milan’s Scudetto dreams despite today’s setback against Bologna. “We might deserve it.”
Milan’s Scudetto hopes hang by a thread, as Zlatan Ibrahimovic snatched the 10-man Rossoneri a last-gasp draw with Bologna.
Milan have Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Robinho and Clarence Seedorf against Marco Di Vaio’s Bologna.
Italy Coach Cesare Prandelli has reassured Mario Balotelli, Antonio Cassano and Fabio Borini on their Euro 2012 chances.
Massimiliano Allegri is confident “Milan can win all the remaining games and be ready to take advantage of a Juventus slip-up.”
Stefano Pioli thinks this could be a very unusual end to the season, as tomorrow is “the first of six finals for both Bologna and Milan.”
It is reported Milan have agreed a deal to snap up Bakaye Traore on a free transfer from Nancy this summer.
Alessandro Diamanti could well decide the Scudetto when Bologna take on Milan tomorrow, but admits he’d “prefer the Rossoneri to win it.”
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi has personally covered the €67.3m hole in the club’s budget from January to December 2011.
Adriano Galliani has denied rumours of a poor relationship between Milan President Silvio Berlusconi and Coach Massimiliano Allegri.
Chievo’s Francesco Acerbi would not turn down a move to Milan, but his agent insists no deal between clubs has been struck.
Milan will probably offer new contracts to Alessandro Nesta, Massimo Ambrosini and Gennaro Gattuso.
Milan and Inter will play their home games on a synthetic surface from next season onwards, reports La Gazzetta dello Sport.
Milan made a bid for Domenico Criscito before he left Genoa for Zenit St Petersburg last summer.
Milan veteran Massimo Ambrosini doesn’t understand why there is so much scepticism about his side’s chances of winning the Scudetto.