MILAN NEWS

The Milan Derby will be less spectacular tonight, as officials banned the Rossoneri choreography and Inter fans are on strike.
After Massimo Cellino declared Radja Nainggolan “has to go,” Milan are offering €6.25m plus half of Bryan Cristante just for co-ownership.
Radja Nainggolan said he hasn’t received firm offers, but Cagliari President Massimo Cellino warned “he has to go now.”
Erick Thohir watched Inter’s youth team beat Milan and hopes it is “only practice” for tomorrow’s Derby della Madonnina.
There is still no Diego Milito for the Milan Derby and Inter must replace the suspended Ricky Alvarez.
Urby Emanuelson is in Milan’s squad to face Inter on Sunday evening, but the absentee list remains extensive.
Torino confirm a January loan for Stephan El Shaarawy “depends on Milan,” while the Rossoneri close on Radja Nainggolan.
Walter Mazzarri is looking forward to his first Derby della Madonnina and feels Chelsea rumours are helping Fredy Guarin.
Massimiliano Allegri denied problems with his Inter counterpart Walter Mazzarri ahead of the Milan Derby.
Ricky Kaka hopes to score his 100th Milan goal in the Derby tomorrow, looks to the MLS and tips Clarence Seedorf for Coach.
Inter director Marco Fassone is “satisfied” the ultras will be allowed into the Curva Nord for tomorrow’s Milan Derby.
Adriano Galliani denied reports Clarence Seedorf has signed a pre-contract deal with Milan, while Cesare Prandelli emerges as an option.
Sky Sport Italia have reported this evening that Clarence Seedorf will be the next Milan Coach, and has already signed a pre-contract agreement.
Inter will have their Curva Nord open for this weekend’s derby against Milan, it has been confirmed.
Milan have reached an agreement with Montpellier to send M’Baye Niang on a six-month loan deal from January, reports suggest.
Daniele Bonera has singled out Rodrigo Palacio as a player his Milan side must be aware of in the derby against Inter.
The Times is suggesting Milan will consider replacing Massimiliano Allegri with Andre Villas-Boas at the end of the season.
Reports this evening have claimed that Inter’s Curva Nord will now be open for Sunday’s Derby di Milano on Sunday.
Barbara Berlusconi has been confirmed as Milan’s new Vice-President and CEO at an end of year board meeting on Thursday.
Inter boss Walter Mazzarri has insisted that ‘a derby without the fans is not good for the game’.