MILAN NEWS

Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis took another sideswipe at Juventus. “There are banners that speak more clearly than me.”
Rolando Maran wants Chievo to use the 'anger' of defeat by Milan to spur them on against Empoli.
Milan have officially confirmed that Suso has been diagnosed with a lesion to the left thigh muscle.
Dani Alves has “come to a club that wants to win everything and that fires me up. Juventus can’t wait for the next game with Porto!”
According to Sky Sport Italia, Milan will be without Suso for another two weeks after a thigh injury relapse.
Maurizio Sarri wants an “angry” Napoli against Crotone after going out of the Champions League to Real Madrid and has his say on Juventus-Milan.
Milan players reportedly damaged the Juventus Stadium locker room by venting their frustration after last night’s defeat.
Miralem Pjanic insists Juventus “deserved the victory and it was a penalty” in the final minute to beat Milan 2-1.
Gianluigi Donnarumma and Carlos Bacca reacted angrily to Milan’s last-gasp defeat at the Juventus Stadium.
Max Allegri insists “Juventus deserved the victory against a Milan side that never gives up” and reveals he didn’t see Paulo Dybala take the penalty.
Milan Coach Vincenzo Montella apologised for Carlos Bacca trying to attack the referee and tried to “calm everything down” after a last-gasp defeat to Juventus.
Paulo Dybala insists Milan can’t contest the penalty decision. “They’ve been complaining about Juventus for six years. Perhaps they should try another method.”
Juventus beat Milan with a controversial penalty, converted by Paulo Dybala with the last kick of the game, after Carlos Bacca wiped out a Medhi Benatia opener.
Join us for all the build-up and action from tonight’s Serie A clash between Juventus and Milan, who meet for the sixth time in a year.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta hails “a good opportunity for Marko Pjaca” against Milan and warns Paulo Dybala is going nowhere.
Director Rocco Maiorino is not concerned by the last-minute changes at both Juventus and Milan, but admits “we were close to Marko Pjaca.”
Paulo Dybala concedes Juventus “already suffered in two games against a great side like Milan this season” ahead of tonight’s clash.
Juventus and Milan make radical changes for tonight’s showdown in Turin, as Mario Mandzukic misses out at the last minute and Lucas Ocampos replaces Suso.
Carlos Bacca warned Milan that tonight’s game with Juventus “is extremely important and everything goes through this match.”
Milan have agreed terms with the local authorities and will pay a €5m penalty for abandoning their stadium project, much less than the €40m demanded.