MILAN NEWS

Ivan Rakitic has put Serie A clubs on red alert after confessing that he is “sad” at Barcelona.
Milan have reportedly been in touch with Mino Raiola about taking Everton and Italy striker Moise Kean in January.
Milan and Italy starlet Daniel Maldini has signed a new contract with the club, taking him through to 2024.
Milan and Juventus could reportedly join Inter in a three-way fight for Napoli attacker Dries Mertens.
Massimiliano Mirabelli claims Gennaro Gattuso was "told who to pick" by the Milan hierarchy, who spent big knowing the FFP punishment would come.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic will favour Bologna rather than Milan or Napoli if he returns to Serie A, it’s reported, though Manchester United are another option.
Milan are without Hakan Calhanoglu and Ismael Bennacer against Napoli, while Atalanta have Ruslan Malinovskyi suspended with Juventus.
Arsenal outcast Granit Xhaka is reportedly already looking for a property in Milan, as his link to the Rossoneri strengthens before the transfer window this January.
Andrea Conti's agent has revealed that the right-back turned down offers from six clubs including Crystal Palace to stay at Milan.
Giorgio Chiellini has joked how he supported Milan and idolised Paolo Maldini, but "I became smarter. Now it's difficult to find a bigger Juventus fan than me."
Milan director Ricky Massara admits Franck Kessie is going through “a difficult period” but expects the midfielder to “get back to being the player we all know.”
Cristiano Ronaldo has broken his silence after leaving Juventus’ game against Milan early but will avoid a fine.
Milan are reportedly interested in signing Arsenal midfielders Lucas Torreira and Granit Xhaka as Ivan Gazidis considers a raid on his former employers.
Fabio Capello claims Cristiano Ronaldo “hasn’t dribbled past anyone for three years” and tells the Juventus superstar to “respect" Maurizio Sarri's decision.
Alessio Romagnoli discussed the winning Juventus goal and urged Milan to play every opponent as if they were the Serie A leaders.
Maurizio Sarri said Juventus “can only thank” Cristiano Ronaldo for pushing through pain to play and explained the on-going knee injury.
Paulo Dybala concedes it was not the best Juventus performance, but he relished his goal to beat Milan. “Nobody expects me to score with my right foot!”
Stefano Pioli insists Milan “were at least on a par” with Juventus in the 1-0 defeat, but again paid the price for not taking chances. “We need results now.”
Cristiano Ronaldo left the Juventus Stadium before the final whistle against Milan, as he seemed irritated after his substitution.
Milan had the better chances for most of the game in Turin, but Paulo Dybala gave Juventus victory with a moment of magic after replacing Cristiano Ronaldo.