MILAN NEWS

Paulo Dybala believes “it won’t just be Roma” against Juventus on Saturday, and praises Francesco Totti.
Adriano Galliani “hopes and thinks” that Gianluigi Donnarumma will stay at Milan but “Mino Raiola wants to know who the new owners are”.
Gianluigi Buffon says there’s “only a remote possibility” that he’ll play beyond the 2018 World Cup.
Milan midfielder Giacomo Bonaventura describes the Supercoppa Italiana against Juventus as “the most important game of the year”.
Giacomo Bonaventura has reportedly agreed a new Milan contract, extending his stay until 2020.
Carlos Bacca has returned to Milan training, so could feature against Atalanta at the weekend.
Red Bull Leipzig reportedly held talks with Udinese for former Manchester City midfielder Seko Fofana.
FC Porto and Sporting Lisbon are interested in signing Milan striker Luiz Adriano in January.
Antonio Conte can’t “guarantee” that Milan and Roma target Cesc Fabregas will stay at Chelsea in January.
Vincenzo Montella saw positives for Milan, despite defeat to Roma - “I have to congratulate the lads”.
Former Milan defender Luca Antonini believes “it would have been a different game” if M’Baye Niang had scored his penalty against Roma.
Sino-Europe Sports’ official media partner has announced that a further €100m has been deposited for the sale of Milan.
Milan’s joint-CEO Adriano Galliani refused to answer questions about Sino-Europe sports at the shareholders’ meeting.
Reports suggest Fininvest has received the €100m deposit from Sino-Europe Sports for the sale of Milan.
Roma have assessed Bruno Peres’ ankle injury “which excluded any fractures but revealed a sprain”.
Hoffenheim defender Niklas Süle confirms interest from Inter and Milan, but won’t join either as they are “in decline”.
M’Baye Niang was distraught after his second consecutive penalty miss for Milan. “I’ll let Gianluca Lapadula take the next one.”
Andrea Bertolacci was glad to make his comeback after a lengthy injury and thanked Milan Coach Vincenzo Montella.
Wojciech Szczesny reveals how he was able to save the M’Baye Niang spot-kick as Roma beat Milan. “I studied his past penalties.”
Kevin Strootman was “only happy with the result” and not Roma’s performance in a 1-0 victory over Milan.