Alyssa Milano wants another child

Editors' Picks

  • Real Madrid top Forbes' most valuable soccer teams list

    Real Madrid top Forbes' most valuable soccer teams list

    Real Madrid top Forbes' most valuable soccer teams list

    REUTERS - European champions Real Madrid are the world's most valuable soccer club for a third straight year, according to a Forbes poll released on Wednesday that showed the average value of the top 20 teams rose 11 percent over last year. The Spanish club's value fell five percent to $3.26 billion but their $746 million in revenue, the highest of any sports team in the world, was enough to keep them top of the list, Forbes said in a statement. Barcelona ($3.16 billion), Manchester United …

  • Striking deficiencies giving Van Gaal much to ponder

    Striking deficiencies giving Van Gaal much to ponder

    Striking deficiencies giving Van Gaal much to ponder

    By Martyn Herman LONDON (Reuters) - Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal accepts that finding a cure for his side's misfiring forward line will be essential if they are to challenge for the Premier League title next season. United's steady improvement under the Dutchman has come to a grinding halt with consecutive defeats against Chelsea, Everton and West Bromwich Albion, undermining their hopes of sealing a top-four finish without undue anxiety. They failed to score in any of those …

  • Chelsea's title built on granite foundations

    Chelsea's title built on granite foundations

    Chelsea's title built on granite foundations

    By Mitch Phillips LONDON (Reuters) - While some of his rivals were spending millions on marquee defenders last summer Jose Mourinho was happy to sell David Luiz secure in the knowledge he had a back four that would be the bedrock of Chelsea's title push. With the Premier League trophy now back at Stamford Bridge, Mourinho's judgement has again proved spot on as John Terry, Gary Cahill, Branislav Ivanovic and Cesar Azpilicueta have been the most reliable defensive unit in the country. Marcos …

  • Defeats leave Burnley and QPR on brink, Man Utd lose

    Defeats leave Burnley and QPR on brink, Man Utd lose

    Defeats leave Burnley and QPR on brink, Man Utd lose

    By Tom Hayward LONDON (Reuters) - Burnley and Queens Park Rangers' Premier League survival hopes were left hanging by a thread after defeats and unfavourable results elsewhere left them rooted to the foot of the table on Saturday. Manchester United slipped to a third successive defeat, 1-0 at home to West Bromwich Albion, at the other end of the league and missed the chance to go second behind Chelsea who can lift the title on Sunday by beating Crystal Palace at Stamford Bridge. Most …

  • Juventus bring out the best in rejuvenated Tevez

    Juventus bring out the best in rejuvenated Tevez

    Juventus bring out the best in rejuvenated Tevez

    Carlos Tevez arrived at Juventus with a reputation as a troublemaker who had fallen out of favour both at his former club Manchester City and the Argentine national side. Juve have tamed the wilder instincts of a player who was once sent off for Boca Juniors in his homeland after celebrating a goal against River Plate by flapping his arms to imitate a chicken. The 31-year-old scored 21 goals in his first season as Juventus won Serie A by a 17-point margin and has been instrumental in helping …

  • Louis van Gaal hopes Angel Di Maria will stay despite disappointing first season

    Louis van Gaal hopes Angel Di Maria will stay despite disappointing first season

    Louis van Gaal hopes Angel Di Maria will stay despite disappointing first season

    Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal hopes Angel Di Maria will improve next season. He also blamed United's extended pre-season tour for their poor start to the season. …

Los Angeles, Sep 11 (IANS) Actress Alyssa Milano says she wants to have another child so that her son Milo has a sibling to grow up with.

The 40-year-old is married to David Bugliari and gave birth to Milo in 2011.

"I want to have another child, just because I want Milo to have a sibling and have someone to grow with," people.com quoted Milano as saying.

Milano wants her son to experience the joy of having a sibling like she does with younger brother Cory.

"My brother and I are so close, and I can't imagine not giving my son that kind of relationship," she said.