MILAN NEWS

Parma director general Pietro Leonardi is hopeful that Roberto Donadoni will remain at the club amidst reported interest from Milan.
Riccardo Montolivo has congratulated his Milan teammates for the way they bounced back from their Barcelona drubbing.
Mattia De Sciglio is hoping to make his international debut after being included in the Italy squad for the games against Brazil and Malta.
Milan will treat their last nine League games like Cup Finals, says Daniele Bonera. “We want to win them all.”
Milan have proved with their recent League form that they can be title challengers next season, says Vice-President Adriano Galliani.
Massimiliano Allegri felt fatigue from the Champions League, but Giuseppe Sannino wanted Cristian Zapata sent off.
Mattia De Sciglio, Alessio Cerci and Luca Antonelli are in Cesare Prandelli’s Italy squad to face Brazil and Malta.
Massimiliano Allegri feels Mario Balotelli is “an excellent professional” and laughed off continuing rumours over his future on the Milan bench.
Mario Balotelli celebrated his brace against Palermo and is confident Milan “will catch Napoli next week” in the race for second.
Milan and Fiorentina fought hard for victories that keep them in the race for a Champions League spot, but Chievo practically doomed Pescara to the drop.
Milan try to get over Barcelona and close on second place in Serie A, while Palermo welcome back Coach Giuseppe Sannino.
Milan have named their squad for Sunday’s home tie with Palermo, missing Giampaolo Pazzini and Kevin Constant.
Mario Balotelli gave an intriguing interview on gossip, Roberto Mancini, Jose Mourinho, fines, car crashes, bronze statues and why he can’t “just be a normal guy.”
There are strong reports that Milan have reached a deal with Genoa to sign midfielder Juraj Kucka.
Massimiliano Allegri feels Milan are able to shake off the defeat to Barcelona and prepare for Palermo because “nothing can be worse than our first three months.”
Giuseppe Sannino is back on the Palermo bench and faces Milan on his ‘debut.’ “We don’t have much time, but we do have humility.”
Sulley Ali Muntari insists Milan “must always target first place” rather than second in Serie A, even though they are 11 points behind Juventus.
Bottom of the table Palermo are set to miss several star players, including Fabrizio Miccoli, for Sunday’s trip to Milan.
The changes to the Serie A fixture list from Week 30 to 32 have been announced, including Inter-Lazio on Saturday afternoon and Roma-Lazio on a Monday.
Cristian Zapata has told his Milan teammates to forget about the Champions League loss and focus on finishing the season in second.