MILAN NEWS

Lega Serie A President Maurizio Beretta believes the clampdown on racist or discriminatory abuse is “handing the stadium keys to tiny trouble-making groups.”
Juventus ultras have joined Milan and Inter with their invitation to break the rules, forcing the closure of all stadiums.
Lazio and Catania Presidents feel they are “held hostage by fans,” but the Mayor of Naples insists anti-Neapolitan chants must be punished as ‘racism.’
Inter ultras have shown solidarity with Milan after the closure of San Siro for ‘discriminatory’ anti-Naples chants and the FIGC admit the rules need “reflection.”
Spanish newspaper AS report that Adil Rami has reached an agreement today to join Milan in January on loan from Valencia.
Several reports in the Italian Press have claimed that Milan will announce a new 10-year shirt manufacturing deal with Adidas on Wednesday.
Milan midfielder Nigel De Jong has revealed to reporters what he enjoys most about the game.
Milan could reinforce their defence in January with the capture of available Valencia stopper Adil Rami.
Kevin Prince Boateng feels the four-match ban handed to former Milan teammate Philippe Mexes is justified.
Vice-President Adriano Galliani has criticised the decision to close San Siro to fans for Milan-Udinese. “The rules need changing.”
It has been confirmed that Milan will have to play Udinese behind closed doors after their fans were found guilty of chanting ‘insulting’ songs.
Milan defender Philippe Mexes has been handed a four-match ban for punching Juventus’ Giorgio Chiellini on Sunday.
Gianluca Vialli doesn’t expect Italian giants Milan to be playing Champions League football in 2014-15.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani is refusing to panic despite the club’s problematic start to the season.
Cristian Zaccardo is confident his Milan side will be able to regroup during the international break.
Antonio Conte was happy for Sebastian Giovinco, even if Juventus “needed a slap to wake us up” against Milan.
Massimiliano Allegri insists Milan “played well” against Juventus and defended Philippe Mexes. “It wasn’t a punch.”
Giorgio Chiellini hopes Philippe Mexes is banned for punching him in the head. “This is not football.”
Milan took the lead after 19 seconds, but Juventus turned it around to win 3-2 with Philippe Mexes sent off.
Andrea Barzagli acknowledges a victory over Milan tonight “would be very important” for Juventus and the title race.