MILAN NEWS

Massimiliano Allegri, President Silvio Berlusconi and Vice-President Adriano Galliani are gathering for decisive Milan talks tonight.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is wanted by a host of top clubs, but admits “I would like a return to Milan.”
There are surprise reports that Luciano Spalletti met with Milan President Silvio Berlusconi last night, just hours before the crunch talks with Max Allegri.
Milan are planning an exchange with Torino, offering Bartosz Salamon for Alessio Cerci.
Roberto Donadoni had been tipped for the benches at Roma and Milan, but today insisted “I am staying at Parma.”
Milan are close to securing Andrea Poli, beating Juventus in a sprint finish for the Sampdoria star.
Inter aim to reinforce their midfield with Chelsea benchwarmer Florent Malouda and Milan’s Mathieu Flamini.
Juventus fans aimed racist chants at Mario Balotelli during a Primavera youth team match against Chievo.
Massimiliano Allegri will finally meet with Milan President Silvio Berlusconi tonight to decide on his future.
The list of potential Milan opponents in the Champions League play-off has emerged after tonight’s games.
Renato Civelli has turned down a contract extension with Nice and will only accept an offer from Milan.
One of Massimiliano Allegri’s best friends has revealed “he told me he’s staying with Milan because the players are all behind him.”
Adriano Galliani opened the door for Clarence Seedorf to take over at Milan. “I don’t think experience is necessary for a Coach.”
It’s reported President Silvio Berlusconi will only keep Max Allegri if Milan win the Champions League play-off.
Cesare Prandelli had good news for Luca Antonelli and said Mario Balotelli’s performance against San Marino “was his best in my time here.”
Pippo Inzaghi and Andriy Shevchenko were on target in Kakha Kaladze’s testimonial match in Georgia.
Minister for Integration Cecile Kyenge said those who applaud Mario Balotelli and Angelo Ogbonna are “the better side of Italy.”
Santos President Odilio Rodrigues has confirmed “we’re talking to Milan about Robinho and evaluating the requests.”
Laurent Blanc has put himself forward for the Roma job by announcing: “I really want to get back on to the bench.”
Adriano Galliani confirmed the meeting between Massimiliano Allegri and President Silvio Berlusconi “could be on Sunday.”