Today's front page headlines in English from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Simone Verdi insists Bologna “proved on the field we deserved more” than Inter in tonight’s draw, but admits he didn’t belong at Milan.
Luciano Spalletti concedes Inter “didn’t do it with much quality or sharpness, but the team did react” in a draw with Bologna.
Roberto Donadoni fears the Inter penalty would not have been awarded to Bologna. “We were superior to Inter on the night.”
Eder explained the penalty incident in Bologna, but admits the 1-1 draw was “two dropped points” for Inter.
Frosinone are alone at the top of the Serie B table, as 10-man Carpi stumbled to Foggia, Perugia lost at Palermo and Empoli stunned Parma.
Inter saw their 100 per cent record come to an end, as Mauro Icardi’s controversial late penalty wiped out a Simone Verdi screamer in Bologna.
Sampdoria Coach Marco Giampaolo does not want to take “anything for granted” as they visit troubled Hellas Verona.
Simone Zaza has become only the fourth Italian player to score a La Liga hat-trick, after hitting three against Malaga this evening.
There are reports that Inter President Erick Thohir will sell his 31 per cent shares to former patron Massimo Moratti.
A nine-year-old boy has died after goalposts fell on him during a Juventus Soccer Academy session in New York City.
Leonardo Semplici concedes SPAL are “frightened” of tomorrow night’s opponents Milan, “but we need points.”
Join us for all the build-up and action as Inter try to maintain their perfect start to the season against Rodrigo Palacio’s Bologna.
Inter director Piero Ausilio reveals how they kept Ivan Perisic away from Manchester United and researched Milan Skriniar.
Bologna defender Ibrahima Mbaye hopes they can get “points as well as performances” against Inter this evening.
Mauro Icardi warned Inter “mustn’t be arrogant” as they visit Bologna this evening to maintain their perfect record.
Inter aim for a fifth consecutive Serie A victory as they visit Bologna with Mauro Icardi, Ivan Perisic and Joao Mario.
Riccardo Montolivo has joined Luca Antonelli and Andrea Conti on the absentee list for Milan against SPAL.
Gian Piero Gasperini warns Atalanta “cannot get the wrong approach” against Crotone and has Leonardo Spinazzola back.
Torino striker Iago Falque is fortunately unhurt after crashing his car in Turin today, but the other driver has minor injuries.
Elseid Hysaj “will see what to do in June” if Napoli don’t win the Scudetto, said his agent. “He’d play at Juventus, Real Madrid or PSG.”
Benedikt Howedes returns for Juventus against Fiorentina, but Claudio Marchisio, Sami Khedira and Mattia De Sciglio are still out.
Benevento have a weakened squad to face Roma tomorrow evening, but Coach Marco Baroni “feels the total faith of the club.”
Milan are experimenting with a new 3-4-2-1 formation with Hakan Calhanoglu and Suso supporting Andre Silva.
Chelsea and Manchester City are interested in Genoa’s 16-year-old striking sensation Pietro Pellegri after Inter, Milan and Juventus.
Sassuolo director Giovanni Carnevali shot down reports Coach Cristian Bucchi could be fired if results don’t improve quickly.
Roma are without Radja Nainggolan and Patrik Schick for tomorrow night’s trip to Benevento.
Crotone Coach Davide Nicola says Atalanta’s game is “easy to read, but difficult to deal with”.
Sinisa Mihajlovic confirms Torino will make changes for tomorrow’s Udinese game, but not with the Juventus match in mind.
President Joey Saputo says Bologna “always go onto the pitch to score points” ahead of the match with Inter tonight.
Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma and Fiorentina’s Federico Chiesa are among the nominees for the Golden Boy award.
Napoli have named their squad to face Lazio, with a full squad available to Maurizio Sarri.
Simone Inzaghi admits “facing Napoli is not the simplest thing” and urges his Lazio side not to let their levels drop.
Fiorentina Coach Stefano Pioli admits Paulo Dybala is Juventus’ danger man but “it would be a mistake to focus on an individual”.
Sven-Goran Eriksson says his best years were at Lazio, but laments “when people hear my name they only think about women”.