MILAN NEWS

There will be no winter training retreat in Dubai for Milan this season, reports the Gazzetta dello Sport.
The representative of Parma attacker Jonathan Biabiany has cooled transfer links with Italian giants Milan.
Stephan El Shaarawy insists Milan “believe we can qualify for the Champions League” after their victory over leaders Juventus.
Alexandre Pato “is happy at Milan,” insisted his agent after a meeting with Vice-President Adriano Galliani.
Milan stopper Mattia De Sciglio is playing down suggestions that he should soon become a stable member of the Italian international set-up.
Marco Amelia claims he and Christian Abbiati provide Milan with “the best pair of goalkeepers in Italy.”
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is confident that Milan can return to the top of Serie A, despite their poor start to the season.
Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri may have a defensive headache ahead of the away game at Catania.
Milan official Adriano Galliani has stated that his club won’t be able to buy new players until they reduce their squad.
Milan legend Clarence Seedorf thinks Juventus could dominate Italian football for at least the next five years.
Milan stopper Philippe Mexes has hit out at France boss Didier Deschamps. “He knows nothing about me!”
Milan defender Luca Antonini has claimed that the inspirational words of Silvio Berlusconi last week gave the motivation required to beat Juventus.
Stephan El Shaarawy has admitted that he may have struggled to get a game at Milan this season had Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Antonio Cassano remained.
Milan chief Silvio Berlusconi insists that Massimiliano Allegri will remain as boss despite his admiration for Pep Guardiola.
Riccardo Montolivo says he was proud to be handed the captain’s armband for Milan’s 1-0 win over Juventus.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani insists the Diavolo are on their way back – although the game against Juventus could have ended 0-0.
Gigi Buffon looked at the overall performance and felt Juventus “deserved to lose this time” at San Siro.
Director general Beppe Marotta concedes “Juventus played one of their worst games of the season and the penalty cannot be an alibi.”
Assistant Coach Angelo Alessio felt Juventus lost to Milan because “we did not play as a team unit,” but wondered what would’ve happened if they had received that penalty instead.
Massimiliano Allegri praised Milan’s defensive performance against Juventus, admitted the penalty “should not have been given” and commented on Pep Guardiola.