MILAN NEWS

Kevin-Prince Boateng has officially terminated his contract with Schalke 04 and is free to sign for Milan.
Carlo Ancelotti wants a club job rather than an Italy role - “I really like England”.
Cesare Prandelli and former Lazio striker Bruno Giordano have emerged as possible Stefano Pioli replacements, say reports.
Atalanta midfielder Marten De Roon cools links with Milan: “I’m not moving from here.”
Lazio have been linked with Milan’s Cristian Zapata and Udinese’s Thomas Heurtaux in their search for a new defender.
Former Italy CT Cesare Prandelli feels Milan are too cautious, and says Roma are missing Francesco Totti.
Riccardo Montolivo is set to extend his Milan contract until 2019, according to reports.
Inter are Scudetto favourites ‘thanks to Roberto Mancini’ and Milan ‘don’t have much quality’ says Fabio Capello.
Fabio Capello responds to the suggestion that he could succeed under-fire Roma Coach Rudi Garcia: “Never say never…”
Six out of eight of Milan’s players with expiring contracts will leave in the summer, according to reports.
Fabrizio Castori thought Carpi “went toe to toe with Milan” and has regrets over a penalty incident.
Sinisa Mihajlovic felt Milan “deserved to win” their 0-0 draw at Carpi, “but ultimately we’ve thrown two points away.”
Milan’s revival hit the brakes once again with a hard-fought 0-0 draw away to Carpi.
Adriano Galliani warned Milan fans not to expect January reinforcements other than Kevin-Prince Boateng.
Milan have the opportunity to close within seven points of the Serie A leaders and look to M’Baye Niang for the trip to Carpi.
Milan striker M’Baye Niang confessed he “risked ruining my career” with bad behaviour, but sorted himself out.
Join us for all the action as it happens and give your views on seven Serie A games, including Bologna-Napoli, Fiorentina-Udinese and Carpi-Milan.
Paolo Maldini insists his fierce criticism of the Milan hierarchy is “out of love” and trusts Sinisa Mihajlovic to help them.
Luca Antonelli is out of Milan’s squad for the trip to Carpi, but Nigel de Jong returns.
Sinisa Mihajlovic admits he “expected more” from Milan in the Coppa Italia, but is not worried for the trip to Carpi.