The 24-year-old has scored twice in the seven league matches he has played since he joined the Rosseneri on loan in January and says he is happy in Italy.
Sunday, March 30, 2014
The Giallorossi won comfortably Sunday to extend their lead over third-place Napoli to nine points.
The Nerazzurri are in need of three points after losing to Atalanta at San Siro last weekend before then being held at home by Udinese in midweek.
Saturday, March 29, 2014
Kaka was the star of the show on his 300th Rossoneri appearance as his superb double inspired Clarence Seedorf's side to back-to-back victories, boosting their slim European hopes
Mario Balotelli opened the scoring before the Brazilian made his landmark appearance a memorable one as Clarence Seedorf's men eased to a second consecutive victory
With elite European qualification well beyond the Rossoneri this season, the club chief revealed that the Brazilian midfielder is allowed to depart this year
The ex-Udinese midfielder has no doubt that the Ghana international will prove himself at San Siro, but was quick to add that it requires patience.
The Brazilian midfielder scored twice as Milan romped to a 3-0 win against Chievo.
The Bosnia and Herzegovina international is being tracked by some of Europe's elite clubs but the French trainer says he is 'not worried' about the transfer talk.
The Brazilian says he has no regrets over his decision to rejoin AC Milan but, on the eve of his 300th Rossoneri appearance, he has hinted at a possible exit.
Friday, March 28, 2014
The Rossoneri boss says there are definite similarities between the two clubs as they seek to remedy their current woes
The striker has scored 18 goals in his first 29 games in Serie A and admits he thought the adaptation period would perhaps have been a little tougher.
Mino Raiola insists the Frenchman will consider offers from other clubs as well as a potential new deal in Turin - but only after the showpiece in South America.
Thursday, March 27, 2014
The Nerazzurri had numerous chances to win the game during a frantic finale, with Mauro Icardi and Diego Milito both going close, but the Zebrette managed to hold on.
The Dutchman says his side deserved all three points against the Viola on Wednesday night while Kaka believes the Rossoneri can pick up more points.
The Spanish coach admits his side is not in the race to stop Juventus from winning the title and feels the Bianconeri will not miss Carlos Tevez when they clash on Sunday.
The 30-year-old is relishing his spell in Italy under Antonio Conte and claims he is not interested in finishing as Serie A top scorer as long as his side wins the title.
The competition, which will replace the international friendly calendar and be linked to European Championship qualification, has been voted in by member associations.
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
The Dutch coach was happy to see hunger in his players and hit back at the media who have speculated that his job is under scrutiny already.
The 44-year-old says all of his players have been brilliant this season and hailed the "extraordinary" campaign they are having.