MILAN NEWS

There are reports Clarence Seedorf was called to a meeting with Milan CEO Adriano Galliani during a training session.
Clarence Seedorf will have lunch with Pippo Inzaghi today amid reports the ex-striker will be Milan Coach next season.
The Europa League results mean a change in Serie A fixtures, as Juventus move to two Monday night games.
Atalanta defender Lionel Scaloni says his old club Lazio will beat Milan in Sunday’s match between the sides.
Milan goalkeeper Marco Amelia has denied reports of a dressing room bust up at San Siro.
Milan’s Mattia De Sciglio has once again been linked with a move to Real Madrid this summer.
Former Lazio player Demetrio Albertini has come out in defence of beleaguered Biancoceleste President Claudio Lotito.
Milan reportedly have Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici on their list of potential recruitments this summer, but Sean Sogliano remains in pole.
Former Napoli striker Giuseppe Savoldi has warned the Vesuviani against trying to sign Mario Balotelli.
Massimo Moratti has ruled out ever returning as President at Inter, but suggests his son may one day take on the role.
Clarence Seedorf reportedly told Milan’s Ultras in January that he hopes to change up to three-quarters of the Rossoneri’s current squad.
The Gazzetta dello Sport believe that Clarence Seedorf has two games as Milan Coach to avoid the sack.
The agent of Milan Coach Clarence Seedorf denies leaking quotes made by club President Silvio Berlusconi about her client.
Real Madrid Coach Carlo Ancelotti says Milan will always remain a huge club for what they have achieved in the past.
Legendary Milan Coach Arrigo Sacchi has insisted that Adriano Galliani has the skill to turn things around at the club.
Former Milan boss Arrigo Sacchi has called for ‘patience’ as the Rossoneri look to get out of their recent slide.
Real Madrid will look to make the most of Milan’s decline by offering Mattia De Sciglio a way out of San Siro.
Milan Vice-president Adriano Galliani says he will keep fighting despite coming under heavy pressure from Rossoneri supporters over the club’s transfer dealings.
Paolo Maldini believes Milan are light-years away from the Rossoneri side he was part of in 1999.
Milan legend Paolo Maldini says he believes Mario Balotelli would be putting in better performances if he played for Juventus.