MILAN NEWS

Milan have reportedly held talks with Walter Sabatini about the former Roma and Inter man becoming their next sporting director.
Lucas Biglia not only wants to play for Argentina at the World Cup, but even recover in time for Milan’s Coppa Italia Final against Juventus.
There are five Serie A players given a one-match ban for this weekend, including Jakub Jankto and Cheick Diabate.
UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin explains proposed Financial Fair Play changes and says “I hope there’s no problem” with Milan.
It’s reported that Milan sporting director Massimiliano Mirabelli is in danger of being sacked, as Elliott Management are unhappy with his work.
Juventus could lose Giorgio Chiellini the rest of the season after it was confirmed the defender suffered a hamstring tear against Napoli.
Giorgio Chiellini has a hyper-extended knee and not a muscular problem, as Juventus confirm he’s “almost certainly” out of the Inter match.
Juventus and Napoli face off in the biggest match of the season, and Football Italia looks at some of the previous Scudetto showdowns.
Gian Piero Gasperini felt Atalanta’s victory over Torino was “our best performance of the season and we’re reaching form at the right time.”
Despite yesterday’s heroics against Milan, Benevento’s relegation to Serie B has been officially confirmed after Crotone’s win at Udinese.
Atalanta leapfrogged Milan into sixth place and effectively ended Torino’s European ambitions with this relatively comfortable win.
Milan midfielder Lucas Biglia has been diagnosed with the fracture of two transverse processes of the lumbar vertebrae.
Gianluca Vialli says Milan should have spent more to sign Andrea Belotti last summer rather than bring in both Andre Silva and Nikola Kalinic.
Napoli visit Juventus tonight, looking to reduce the gap at the top of Serie A to just one point and keep the Scudetto race alive.
Roberto De Zerbi knows beating Milan at San Siro “will remain in the history of Benevento. We were the joke of Italy.”
Milan director Massimiliano Mirabelli was “ashamed” of the home defeat to virtually relegated Benevento. “We have clear ideas on what to do next.”
Christian Puggioni hailed Benevento for “proving you can be great with heart and the desire to play football” after beating Milan.
Gennaro Gattuso did not hold back on criticism after Milan lost to Benevento. “It’s clear the team is on a downward spiral and played without soul.”
Did anyone in the Milan squad emerge unscathed from their shock defeat to 10-man Benevento in the Football Italia Player Ratings?
Milan are the only side who have been unable to beat Benevento this season, home and away, managing a draw and defeat.