MILAN NEWS

There are some reports that Jonathan Biabiany’s move to Milan collapsed because the Parma man has a heart problem.
Barbara Berlusconi reveals “there hasn’t been such a positive atmosphere in a long time” at Milan.
Alvaro Morata showed he’s ready to face Milan, scoring a hat-trick in today’s Juventus friendly match.
Jeremy Menez reveals he feels “free” to enjoy football again in Pippo Inzaghi’s Milan.
Milan midfielder Nigel de Jong is “proud” to be admired by Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal.
Brazil international Leandro Damiao says he did receive an ‘interesting offer’ from Milan, but opted against accepting it.
Andrea Poli has enthused at Milan’s start and lists their determination to continue to improve, and to take a result against Juventus in Week 3.
A trident of Keisuke Honda, Jeremy Menez and Stephan El Shaarawy is speculated to start for Milan at the weekend against Juventus.
Milan’s objective is reportedly to have Diego Lopez and Riccardo Saponara both fit and ready by mid-October and Week 7.
Luciano Spalletti trusts Roma and Inter can trouble Juventus, while Milan got rid of “cumbersome” Mario Balotelli.
Ex-Milan legend Marco van Basten has resigned as AZ Alkmaar Coach due to stress-related “palpitations.”
Fernando Torres and Stephan El Shaarawy were back in training today, so could be fit for Milan’s showdown with Juventus.
After the international break Serie A returned with a bang, as Dave Taylor picks his best XI for Week 2.
Milan have communicated that today’s knee surgery performed on midfielder Riccardo Saponara was a success.
Sassuolo will be without Domenico Berardi for three games, following his red card picked up against Inter in Week 2.
Alberto Zaccheroni is encouraged by what he sees at Milan, but suggests they are still behind the likes of Juventus and Roma due to a need for balance.
Giacomo Bonaventura sees Pippo Inzaghi as ‘one of us’ at Milan, as he once more relives his deadline day move to the Rossoneri.
Juventus are reportedly optimistic at having Arturo Vidal ready to face Milan this weekend, but Andrea Pirlo is more of a doubt.
Demetrio Albertini backs Milan to be ready for Juventus, but asserts any outcome from Week 3 won’t be decisive in the Scudetto race.
Cristian Zapata is encouraged by Milan’s start to the season and says it provides extra motivation in facing Juventus next weekend.