MILAN NEWS

Bayern Munich Coach Carlo Ancelotti says there 'is no chance' of Kingsley Coman returning to Juventus.
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio noted current Italy Coach Giampiero Ventura “was the teacher” for Antonio Conte.
Paolo Berlusconi confirms his brother Silvio will remain at Milan as Honorary President after the Chinese takeover.
Milan are believed to be interested if Manchester United release Morgan Schneiderlin in January.
Italy tested out a 4-2-4 system ahead of games with Liechtenstein and Germany, using Marco Verratti and Daniele De Rossi in midfield.
Keisuke Honda could leave Milan for a move to China with Shanghai SIPG and Andre Villas-Boas.
“Milan represent our first choice” for Fiorentina midfielder Milan Badelj, confirmed the Croatia international’s agent.
Inter have officially confirmed that Stefano Pioli is their new Coach, replacing Frank de Boer on an 18-month contract.
Adriano Galliani is philosophical about leaving Milan - “directors go, Milan continue”.
CSKA Moscow reportedly want Luiz Adriano, but his agent is offering the Milan striker to the Bundesliga.
Milan legend Alessandro Costacurta says Vincenzo Montella brought “added value”, but worries about the defence.
Carlo Ancelotti believes Milan can qualify for the Champions League, and praises “innovative” Vincenzo Montella.
Mario Balotelli believes Nice can win Ligue 1, and says their fans are the best he’s ever seen.
It’s thought Silvio Berlusconi will stay as honorary President when he sells Milan, but Adriano Galliani and Barbara Berlusconi will leave.
Milan striker Gianluca Lapadula has been called-up to the Italy squad, as Manolo Gabbiadini is injured.
Roberto De Zerbi says his Palermo players remain behind him but make too many mistakes after yet another defeat.
Vincenzo Montella expressed his delight for Gianluca Lapadula after the forward’s late goal gave Milan a 2-1 win over Palermo.
Juventus Coach Max Allegri was happy with the Old Lady’s performance against Chievo but believes they should have won more comfortably.
Juventus and Milan got hard-fought wins away to Chievo and Palermo, while Udinese held Genoa and Atalanta demolished Sassuolo.
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani is proud of the Italian youth-based project developing. “We feel more relaxed at the moment.”