MILAN NEWS

Milan defender Taye Taiwo could join former Inter full-back Davide Santon at Newcastle United this January, according to reports.
Paris Saint-Germain sporting director Leonardo has rejected claims that the club have made moves for Carlos Tevez and Federico Balzaretti.
Milan will consider bringing in a new centre-back during the winter transfer window as cover for Mario Yepes.
A possible move to Barcelona is the last thing on the mind of Milan centre-back Thiago Silva. “I want to stay here.”
Catania are ready to loan Maxi Lopez to Milan in return for the services of Stephan El Shaarawy, it is being suggested.
Carlos Tevez has reportedly told the media in Argentina he “only wants Boca Juniors” rather than Milan or PSG.
Silvio Berlusconi warned Carlos Tevez he must choose between PSG’s money or “a prestigious club like Milan where he can win everything.”
Italian champions Milan could be without Mario Yepes until March after he picked up an injury.
Milan goalkeeper Christian Abbiati could return to the starting XI for Saturday’s Serie A game against Siena.
Sampdoria legend Gianluca Pagliuca has warned his former club to not make a January bid for Milan’s Pippo Inzaghi.
Catania have claimed that Milan are not the only team interested in signing Maxi Lopez during the January transfer window.
Milan are prepared to wait until January 31 if it means signing Carlos Tevez, the Italian club have confirmed.
Goalkeeper Marco Amelia has accepted responsibility for the 2-2 draw at Bologna. “Don’t blame my Milan teammates.”
Alexandre Pato is statistically proving to be something of an unlucky charm for Milan so far this season.
Milan legend Franco Baresi has applauded the club’s proposed move for Manchester City forward Carlos Tevez.
Taye Taiwo has admitted that he won’t stay at Milan if he fails to break into the plans of boss Massimiliano Allegri.
Stefano Pioli revealed what under-fire referee Gianluca Rocchi told him after the controversial Bologna-Milan game.
Clarence Seedorf says Carlos Tevez “will go where they can promise him the most money,” so probably not Milan.
Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri admits the referee “got it wrong” with regards to several penalty incidents against Bologna.
Marco Di Vaio feels Bologna “are on the right track” for safety, but concedes the referee got it wrong on both sides.