MILAN NEWS

Adriano Galliani says Pippo Inzaghi is ‘working on’ Milan’s defensive fragility, but isn’t disheartened by recent results.
With so many superb performances this midweek in Week 4 of Serie A, Dave Taylor found it difficult to pick his best XI.
Palermo and Italy Under-21 forward Andrea Belotti says that Andriy Shevchenko is his role model on and off the pitch.
Marco Verratti can’t see beyond Juventus and Roma in the League, but has given out a few tips about Serie A’s season.
San Lorenzo will face Milan at San Siro in the Trofeo Berlusconi match on Wednesday November 5.
Marco van Ginkel reassured both Milan and Chelsea that his ankle ligament injury “is not too bad and I hope to be back in a few weeks.”
Milan and Inter confirmed there will be further meetings to discuss the future of San Siro after today’s get-together.
President Silvio Berlusconi again claimed “Milan win if Pippo Inzaghi listens to my advice.”
Roberto Mancini insists he was “never contacted” by Napoli or the Portugal FA, but tips Inter for third place.
Inter's Erick Thohir and Milan's Barbara Berlusconi are meeting over lunch today to discuss the future of the Giuseppe Meazza Stadium, San Siro.
Pippo Inzaghi is being speculated as ready to change formation at Milan to handle the club’s growing list of injuries.
The Gazzetta dello Sport believe that Marco van Ginkel’s ankle injury will keep him out for approximately one month.
Ex-Milan striker Maurizio Ganz wants “to see Fernando Torres, Giampaolo Pazzini and Giacomo Bonaventura together.”
Milan confirmed Marco van Ginkel, on loan from Chelsea, has suffered ligament damage to his ankle.
It’s reported Juventus are targeting Benfica defender Luisao in January and Milan full-back Ignazio Abate next summer.
Ex-Chelsea star Michael Essien has revealed his delight in playing alongside Alex and Fernando Torres again at Milan.
Michael Essien believes that Milan can surprise in Serie A this season and is excited to be working with Pippo Inzaghi.
Milan have started work on tying Nigel de Jong to a long-term contract, according to reports in the Italian media.
Marco van Ginkel is set for tests today at Milan headquarters, on an injury sustained yesterday evening against Empoli.
Maurizio Sarri said “referees are victims” and revealed why he was sent off in Empoli’s 2-2 draw with Milan.