MILAN NEWS

Fabio Capello insists “there are five teams in the fight” for this season’s Scudetto, but he sees Juventus as favourites.
Ronaldinho predicts Milan will be “even stronger next year” but sees the top four as “difficult” this season.
Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri warns “it’s easier to be beautiful than winning” and predicts “it’ll take 86 points” to win the Scudetto.
Maurizio Sarri predicts he “wouldn’t have lasted long” had he been appointed as Milan Coach.
Italy are expected to go back to their 4-2-4 system against Albania with Leonardo Spinazzola, Antonio Candreva and Eder coming in.
Argentina again seem set to drop Paulo Dybala and Mauro Icardi, but start Milan midfielder Lucas Biglia against Ecuador.
Barcelona were scouting Milan and Portugal centre-forward Andre Silva for a future transfer bid, according to Mundo Deportivo.
David Trezeguet admits the biggest regret of his career is Juventus losing the 2003 Champions League Final against Milan.
Former Milan star Fulvio Collovati believes Suso and Giacomo Bonaventura are the keys to damage Inter, but Leonardo Bonucci “is no Franco Baresi.”
Former Milan goalkeeper Nelson Dida believes Gianluigi Donnarumma “can follow Gigi Buffon’s career path.”
Vincenzo Montella tested a 3-4-2-1 formation in training, as Milan gear up for the Derby della Madonnina with Inter.
Milan are preparing a January bid worth £80m (€89m) for Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero, claims The Sun newspaper.
It is reported that free-agent Bacary Sagna has been offered to both Inter and Milan.
Andrea Pirlo believes there is no doubt that Antonio Conte is ‘one of the best’ Coaches around.
Inter’s Joao Mario praises the job done so far by Coach Luciano Spalletti, insisting he gives the Nerazzurri ‘added strength.’
Former Milan midfielder Andrea Pirlo hopes Vincenzo Montella will be given time to turn the club’s fortunes around.
It is reported that Antonio Conte is considering leaving Chelsea at the end of the season, with a return to Italy his preferred option.
Andrea Pirlo insists Italian football ‘is not sick’ despite the national team’s current issues.
Andrea Pirlo says he will end his playing career once his contract at New York City FC expires.
Milan striker Andre Silva scored a goal and provided an assist for Portugal today, so now has 11 in 16 senior caps.