MILAN NEWS

Napoli Coach Rafa Benitez says winning at San Siro on Sunday won’t be easy, but his side will attack Milan.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says Fernando Torres won’t return in January, and thinks Milan are happy to keep him.
Napoli could offer Fernando Torres an escape route from Milan, according to reports in Britain.
The agent of Inter and Milan target Diego Perotti says his client is happy at Genoa.
Speculation in Britain is that Milan are seeking to end Fernando Torres’ two-year loan from Chelsea after just six months.
Milan Coach Filippo Inzaghi may ‘not have a magic wand’ but believes the Rossoneri can improve with ‘patience’.
Milan’s Christian Abbiati looks ahead to the visit of Napoli, warning that Benitez’s men ‘won’t come to defend’.
Stefano Okaka’s agent says his client is focused on Sampdoria, and warns he would cost upwards of €10m.
There are reports that Milan no longer consider Stephan El Shaarawy unsellable, with a swap deal for Ciro Immobile mooted.
Both Milan and Inter are today being linked with January interest in Roma forward Mattia Destro.
Milan joint-CEO Barbara Berlusconi is apparently progressing with plans for the club’s new stadium, which Emirates will reportedly name.
Jeremy Menez believes Milan can beat Napoli when Rafa Benitez’s men visit San Siro on Sunday.
Milan veteran Alessandro Nesta claims his old team can qualify for the Champions League, even though quality ‘has come down a lot’.
Alessandro Nesta admits he'd like to return to Milan one day as Coach, but considers the current team is not ‘competitive’.
Alberto Zaccheroni believes that Juventus and Roma are ‘a step ahead’ of his old side Milan.
Ex-Japan Coach Alberto Zaccheroni says Serie A is back to how it was in the 1970s and 1980s, but he sees a way out.
Alberto Zaccheroni has criticised the state of Italian football, saying that players know ‘neither how to defend nor how to attack’.
Milan are reportedly making plans to move for left-back Fabio Coentrao and winger Alessandro Diamanti.
Milan director Adriano Galliani went into the changing rooms after yesterday's defeat and personally confronted his team.
Riccardo Montolivo relished his first start in over six months, even if Milan lost to Genoa. “We lack consistency.”