MILAN NEWS

Luciano Spalletti believes Inter deserve plaudits for their fine start to the Serie A season.
Monchi has “great faith” in Roma Coach Eusebio Di Francesco ahead of today’s showdown with Milan, but “we’re not at top form yet.”
Roma defender Federico Fazio says today’s match with Milan will be nothing like previous fixtures between the teams.
Milan’s Mateo Musacchio admits his side will have to be at their best to stop Roma’s Edin Dzeko.
Andre Silva and Nikola Kalinic lead the Milan attack against Roma trident Edin Dzeko, Alessandro Florenzi and Stephan El Shaarawy.
Milan CEO Marco Fassone discussed their Financial Fair Play plans and insisted missing the Champions League “wouldn’t be the end of the world.”
Vincenzo Montella faces a crucial game for his Milan future, but how will he set up his team against Roma?
Andre Silva and Nikola Kalinic are expected to lead the Milan attack, with Stephan El Shaarawy and Alessandro Florenzi for Roma.
Mario Balotelli explains why he chose to remain at Nice, his many derbies and the reason Coaches ought to “break my b***s.”
Antonio Conte is ready to leave Chelsea at the end of the season, as his rapport with the club never took off, claims the Sunday Times.
According to La Repubblica, Vincenzo Montella was very close to leaving Milan over the summer to take the Roma job.
Marco Materazzi doubts Leonardo Bonucci can tip the Serie A scales for Milan, but gave his views on Juventus, Napoli, Roma and Inter.
Marco Giampaolo suffered his first defeat of the season, a 4-0 hammering by Udinese, but “hopefully the slap in the face will do us good.”
Milan have Riccardo Montolivo and Davide Calabria back and Hakan Calhanoglu available for tomorrow’s showdown with Roma.
Milan “already regret buying Leonardo Bonucci and wish they’d spent that money on a top striker,” claims Pierpaolo Marino.
Simone Verdi and Leonardo Spinazzola are added to the Italy squad against Macedonia and Albania, but no Simone Zaza.
Diego Perotti and Gregoire Defrel are out of Roma’s trip to Milan, with Lorenzo Pellegrini and Hector Moreno in doubt.
Eusebio Di Francesco is happy to reunite with “brother” Vincenzo Montella, but warns Roma want the three points off Milan at San Siro.
Vincenzo Montella defends Leonardo Bonucci, sees “a turning point” at Milan and admits facing Roma “cannot be a normal match for me.”
Hakan Calhanoglu stands by Milan Coach Vincenzo Montella and his “philosophy,” but warns Roma represents “a fundamental game.”