MILAN NEWS

Filippo Inzaghi insists his Milan side will give their answers ‘on the pitch’ against Roma, and hits back at Rino Gattuso.
Milan Coach Filippo Inzaghi says his players must ‘honour the shirt’ for the remaining four games of a disastrous season.
Unai Emery is reported to have already said ‘yes’ to becoming Milan’s next Coach, even if Carlo Ancelotti is again linked.
Roma Coach Rudi Garcia has defended captain Francesco Totti - ‘leave him alone’.
Roma Coach Rudi Garcia admits Mattia Destro is a threat, but is focused on beating Milan tomorrow night.
The Gazzetta dello Sport anticipate a bidding war between Juventus, Milan and Inter for Palermo forward Paulo Dybala.
Carlo Ancelotti is being linked with a return to Milan, with it being implied as ‘difficult, but not impossible’.
The Chinese consortium interested in investing in Milan are reportedly offering €580m for an initial 51 per cent majority of the club’s shares.
Milan are linked with a move for former player Zlatan Ibrahimovic, and apparently have already made first contact for the Paris Saint-Germain man.
Sevilla director Monchi admits his club were “concerned” when drawing Fiorentina in the Europa League.
Milan and Inter will face Real Madrid as well as a special Derby della Madonnina in China this summer.
Paolo Tagliavento will take charge of Roma’s trip to Milan on Saturday night as the AIC announces the Week 35 referees.
Rino Gattuso says he wants to Coach Milan one day, and says Lionel Messi is like ‘a Playstation player’.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini reveals he has told Coach Beppe Iachini not to select Paulo Dybala, in case he gets injured.
Goalkeeper Diego Lopez says Milan ‘can’t accept this situation’, with the Rossoneri in the bottom half of Serie A.
Philippe Mexes admits Milan “really can’t do much worse” than this season, but he’s happy to face his old club Roma.
There are four Serie A representatives in the world’s 20 most valuable clubs: Juventus, Milan, Inter and Napoli.
Unai Emery has shot down rumours linking him with the Milan job, insisting that he’s happy at Sevilla.
Santos President Modesto Junior Roma says there will be ‘no major difficulties’ with Milan over Robinho’s transfer.
It’s reported that Milan will not take up their option on Mattia Destro this summer, and the striker will return to Roma.