MILAN NEWS

Milan Coach Vincenzo Montella denies a rift with President Silvio Berlusconi - “talking to him is pleasant”.
Vincenzo Montella insists his Milan are still underdogs against Juventus - “they’re almost unbeatable”.
Milan Coach Vincenzo Montella would work abroad, and admits he likes London in particular.
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani admits Friday’s Juventus game is “a crucial match”.
Adriano Galliani reveals Jose Sosa “gave up a lot of money just to come to Milan”.
Gianluigi Buffon praises his namesake, Milan goalkeeper Donnarumma - “he’s proving himself to be something different”.
Jose Sosa insists “it’s not just Milan” who struggle at Juventus Stadium, ahead of a “very difficult game” on Friday.
Marco Verratti’s brother confirms the midfielder “dreamed of Juventus” but now he’ll “stay in Paris for life”.
Reports suggest that Milan will require clarification over the origin of funds coming from China as a takeover is re-attempted.
Former Milan goalkeeper Christian Abbiati believes that Gianluigi Donnarumma 'has everything' to be the heir to Gianluigi Buffon.
Former Milan goalkeeper Christian Abbiati believes that Juventus 'have always struggled' against the Rossoneri
President Aurelio De Laurentiis stirred up further controversy, as he praised Maurizio Sarri after the defeat to Real Madrid, but said Italian media “hates Napoli.”
Giorgio Chiellini will be out for Friday’s clash with Milan, but the Juventus defender has no serious injury, so can be ready for Porto.
Andrea Pirlo agrees that Marco Verratti is “the future of Italian and European football”.
Andrea Pirlo confirms “I’ll stop soon” as it’s better to retire “when you decide, not when others tell you to”.
Despite assurances from the player himself, it’s reported Giorgio Chiellini will miss Juventus-Milan on Friday.
Sino-Europe Sports should pay another €100m deposit for their takeover of Milan by Friday, according to reports.
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Giorgio Chiellini assures his injury is “not serious” so Juventus should have him available for the Milan game.
Reports suggest Milan will give Sino-Europe Sports time, but there are four other potential investors.f