MILAN NEWS

Milan benchwarmer Giampaolo Pazzini has received an offer from Premier League side Burnley, it’s reported.
Silvio Berlusconi has called on his Milan players to ‘take a step forward’ in every game, following what he sees as an encouraging derby against Inter.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani has responded to Phillipe Mexes’ interview this morning, in which he defended his decision not to leave in the summer.
Milan will not buy anyone in January, unless any of the current squad depart San Siro, Adriano Galliani reveals.
Philippe Mexes is defiant over his Milan future, insisting he’s staying with the Rossoneri after breaking into the team.
Milan’s in-house television channel is reporting that Giampaolo Pazzini will not be leaving the club in January.
Paolo Maldini has backed Mattia De Sciglio to emulate his Milan career - and admits he supported Juventus as a child.
Cristian Zapata has criticised Milan Coach Filippo Inzaghi for his rotation policy, blaming a lack of continuity for his own patchy form.
Carlo Osti has made clear that Sampdoria do not intend to sell Manolo Gabbiadini, Stefano Okaka or any first team player in January.
Milan are reportedly stepping up their interest in Dinamo Zagreb’s Marcelo Brozovic, but the gap between offer and valuation is sizeable.
Riccardo Montolivo could make his long-awaited return for Milan on Sunday, with reports suggesting he will feature against Udinese.
Philippe Mexes could be granted a contract extension at Milan - provided he takes a wage cut.
Demetrio Albertini has reiterated his faith in Fernando Torres and suggests a more productive Milan midfield would be to his benefit.
Michael Essien is encouraged by Milan’s performance in the derby with Inter and rues the Rossoneri’s missed opportunity to win the game.
Following the return of Serie A after an international break Dave Taylor picks his best XI from Week 12.
Bayern Munich winger Franck Ribery has spoken about the ailing fortunes of Milan and Inter, calling the situation “sad”.
Alessandro Matri discusses Genoa’s European ambitions, and asserts that five goals ‘isn’t enough’ to consider a return to Milan.
Carlo Ancelotti would return to Italian football only for Milan, whilst he reflects on seeing Clarence Seedorf, Pippo Inzaghi and Rino Gattuso coaching.
Carlo Ancelotti has reflected on Serie A’s declining appeal and says tax breaks and squad limitations are not the answer.
Carlo Ancelotti has explained how he now feels more ‘cosmopolitan’ as a Coach, and reveals he did try to sign Mario Balotelli.