Japan international Keisuke Honda has claimed that he will play at this World Cup as if it’s his last.
Riccardo Montolivo will be out for between three and four months, reports this morning claim.
Claudio Marchisio believes that Saturday’s friendly with Republic of Ireland was a positive, apart from the injury to Riccardo Montolivo.
Pippo Inzaghi, Silvio Berlusconi and Adriano Galliani are reportedly in a dinner meeting in Milan this evening.
Clarence Seedorf, still officially Milan Coach, claims he has had no contact from the club regarding his position.
Giovanni Trapattoni has had his say on the coaching situations at Juventus, Milan and Inter.
A planned protest by groups of Milan fans against the seemingly imminent sacking of Clarence Seedorf has not gone ahead.
Giovanni Trapattoni hopes both Italy and the Republic of Ireland do well in this evening’s friendly.
Louis Van Gaal has named his 23-man Netherlands squad for the World Cup, including Milan’s Nigel De Jong.
Around 600 Milan fans will be outside Casa Milan this afternoon to protest at the likely sacking of Clarence Seedorf.
Massimiliano Allegri has been contacted by three clubs with possible jobs offers, the Gazzetta dello Sport claim.
Benfica Coach Jorge Jesus claims he turned down an approach by a club this summer, reportedly Milan.
It is reported that Olympiakos and Besiktas are monitoring the situation of Milan midfielder Michael Essien.
Mario Balotelli doesn’t believe that Italy’s Group D rivals England can win the World Cup.
Arrigo Sacchi is reportedly set to turn down Milan’s advances this summer to return to the club, due to a lack of desire.
Talks between Milan and Clarence Seedorf may go on for a while, as reports indicate no compromise has been reached on the Coach’s exit.
Former Milan Coach Leonardo has wished Pippo Inzaghi the best of luck as the Rossoneri’s new boss.
Pippo Inzaghi has refused to confirm or deny that he is set to be unveiled as Milan’s new Coach.
Riccardo Montolivo has praised Italy Coach Cesare Prandelli’s attention to detail, saying he leaves no stone unturned.
Italy’s Riccardo Montolivo admits the Azzurri will not start the World Cup as favourites but wants his team to be surprise packages in Brazil.