MILAN NEWS

Adriano Galliani has refused to comment on whether Milan will sign Adel Taarabt on a permanent deal this summer.
Federico Marchetti has emerged as the favourite to take over as Milan’s goalkeeper for next season.
Marco van Basten says he would never have given the Milan job to Clarence Seedorf, and urges the club to give the role to Roberto Donadoni.
Pietro Leonardi says Parma are happy with Roberto Donadoni and if they have to replace him, won’t be taking advice from Milan.
Milan are reportedly preparing to meet with Valencia to discuss the future of centre-back Adil Rami.
Carlo Ancelotti is “proud and happy” to have worked at Milan and Real Madrid, misses Zlatan Ibrahimovic and recommends Alex.
Mateo Kovacic admits Inter were “very bad” against Milan, as they played in an excessively defensive way.
The agent of Lorenzo Insigne has rubbished rumours that Milan are looking to sign the player from Napoli.
Il Mattino believe that Lorenzo Insigne has played his way into Italy’s provisional World Cup squad and Giuseppe Rossi may not make the cut.
Giampaolo Pazzini has commented on how Milan are ‘obligated to win every game’ and that conclusions on the season can only be made at its end.
Silvio Berlusconi has rejected the notion that Serie A’s clubs should take an active role in better securing their stadiums.
Adriano Galliani has reiterated Milan’s hope to pick up two more wins to see out the season and make the Europa League.
Italy’s Minister of the Interior Angelino Alfano has promised new security measures will be implemented in football from the start of next season.
Italian media claim West Ham want to sign Max Allegri, Alessandro Matri and Emanuele Giaccherini.
Edgar Davids would “love to see Mario Balotelli at Juventus” and trusts Clarence Seedorf to succeed at Milan.
Paolo Maldini launched a new attack on Milan, their infrastructure and strategy, but is “ready to work with them if given the chance.”
Milan have presented their new Adidas kits for the 2014-15 season, including one commemorating Brazil.
Several Serie A sides have been alerted to the fact that a number of Barcelona players will leave in the summer.
Italian national team boss Cesare Prandelli believes that they are ‘ahead of schedule’ for the World Cup.
Erick Thohir is confident Inter can qualify for next season’s Europa League, despite Sunday’s loss to Milan.