MILAN NEWS

The changes to the fixture list for Serie A Week 34, 35 and 36 have been announced, including Roma-Lazio, Inter-Napoli, Milan-Roma and Roma-Juventus.
Milan full-back Mattia De Sciglio admits the derby with Inter is “crucial” - “both teams are aiming for Europe”.
Daniele Orsato will referee this Saturday’s Derby della Madonnina between Inter and Milan, the AIA has announced.
Antonio Candreva says Inter must do better in the final part of the season, and believes Gabigol “can be very important”.
Former Milan goalkeeper Christian Abbiati insists that Sinisa Mihajlovic is 'the best motivator'.
Reports suggest that Schalke left-back Sead Kolasinac will be the first signing for Milan after the takeover has been completed.
Yonghong Li has been photographed arriving at Milan Malpensa airport in order to complete the takeover of Milan tomorrow.
The new Milan is forming at last, as today Marco Fassone, Han Li, Massimiliano Mirabelli and Yonghong Li's lawyers met and will be at Juventus-Barcelona tonight.
Lazio have been fined €10,000 for songs expressing “territorial discrimination” against Napoli.
Roberto Gagliardini says Inter “have to be angry” about recent results, and aims for European qualification.
Milan’s incoming Chinese owners are reportedly considering replacing Vincenzo Montella with Roberto Mancini.
Marcello Lippi discusses Milan’s expected new owners - “no-one in China knows who these people are”.
It’s reported Han Li of Rossoneri Sport Luxembourg met Fininvest today, ahead of their takeover of Milan on Thursday.
After Inter fell to a second consecutive defeat and Napoli established a cushion in third, here's what we learned in Week 32.
Diego Lopez insists “safety is not impossible” for Palermo, but they’ve got to start climbing the table quickly after a 4-0 defeat to Milan.
Join us for the build-up and action from all seven Serie A games, from Sampdoria-Fiorentina through Crotone-Inter, Milan-Palermo, Bologna-Roma and Lazio-Napoli.
Giampiero Ventura called up 23 players for his Italy get-together, including Federico Chiesa, Emerson Palmieri, Davide Calabria and Stephan El Shaarawy.
Inter director Piero Ausilio was horrified by their 2-1 defeat to Crotone. “The team was superficial, arrogant and unacceptable.”
Vincenzo Montella saw “everything go perfectly” as Milan swept Palermo aside 4-0 at San Siro. “We cannot underestimate Inter now.”
Suso marked his comeback with a goal, as Milan made short work of sorry Palermo with Mario Pasalic, Carlos Bacca and Gerard Deulofeu on target.