Keisuke Honda admits “the Milan situation is not easy,” as links with West Ham United grow stronger.
Milan are intensifying their interest in Atalanta winger Alejandro ‘Papu’ Gomez for January.
Marek Hamsik and Juraj Kucka have been released to Napoli and Milan early by the Slovakia squad.
Sir Alex Ferguson hails Carlo Ancelotti as “one of the best managers the game has seen”.
Manuel Pasqual’s Fiorentina future is reportedly in question, with Milan thought to be interested.
Milan are looking to buy Cesena's young prodigy Stefano Sensi, nicknamed 'the new Marco Verratti'.
Clarence Seedorf may terminate his contract with Milan in order to coach Queens Park Rangers or the Dutch national team.
Fabio Capello believes Inter are not comparable to his version of Milan: 'We used to have game'.
Lazio’s Sergej Milinkovic-Savic starts for Serbia in a top of the table clash with Italy for European Under-21 Championship qualification.
Gabriel Paletta’s agent insists the defender “will return to Milan in June” after his loan at Atalanta.
Former Milan defender Daniele Bonera believes there is “more quality” in La Liga after joining Villarreal.
Milan defender Alex warns Juventus are still “a very dangerous team”, despite their poor start to the season.
Mario Balotelli reportedly has eight days of treatment to avoid going under the knife for a hernia.
Defender Alex assures Milan will face Juventus after the international break “to try to win”.
Milan are plotting to buy Franco Vazquez in the winter but leave him at Palermo until the summer, while Antonio Nocerino and Jose Mauri could leave.
Antonio Conte cast doubt over his Italy future by admitting “much will depend on how Euro 2016 goes.”
Luiz Adriano says ‘there are no first-team regulars’ at Milan and that the clash with Juventus ‘is like a final’.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini says Milan or Juventus could sign Franco Vazquez next summer, but not in January.
Sassuolo Coach Eusebio Di Francesco says Bayern Munich’s Pep Guardiola is his ‘idol’ and that Domenico Berardi is 'our Arjen Robben.’
Carlo Ancelotti ‘sensed the Real Madrid sacking coming’ and says he ‘would like to work in England again.’