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Juventus will learn their Champions League Quarter Final opponents this morning, while Napoli and Fiorentina await the Europa League draw.
Today's front page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Napoli and Fiorentina go into the Europa League quarter-final draw with two Ukrainian clubs, plus one from Spain, Germany, Russia and Belgium.
Kamil Glik said Torino and their fans should be “proud” of their Europa League campaign after going out to Zenit.
Andrea Ranocchia insists Inter “believed” they could turn the situation around with Wolfsburg.
Giampiero Ventura felt Torino were “on a par” with Zenit, but the first leg dismissal proved decisive.
Zenit Coach Andre Villas Boas apologised after a row with the Torino team manager. “I lost my head.”
Roberto Mancini said fans “have every right to jeer” as Inter crashed out of the Europa League to Wolfsburg.
Andrea Della Valle assured Fiorentina “are not afraid of anyone” in the Europa League quarter-final draw.
Kamil Glik gave Torino a late 1-0 victory over Zenit, but it wasn’t enough to keep their Europa League adventure alive.
Wasteful Inter were beaten 2-1 at home by Wolfsburg, going out of the Europa League 5-2 on aggregate.
Morgan De Sanctis expressed “disappointment, frustration and regret” at Roma’s Europa League exit to Fiorentina.
Borja Valero said Fiorentina will continue “fighting on three fronts” after crushing Roma in the Europa League.
Vincenzo Montella saw Fiorentina’s “mentality” as key to the Europa League win over Roma and hailed Mo Salah.
Rudi Garcia was “mortified” by Roma’s “unexpected” 3-0 Europa League defeat to Fiorentina and slammed lack of character.
Roma director Walter Sabatini took the blame for their Europa League defeat, but said “resigning now would be like running away.”
Roma players were subjected to a furious protest during and after their 3-0 Europa League defeat to Fiorentina.
Paul Pogba has been ruled out for at least 50 days with a muscular injury, confirmed Juventus medics.
Roma’s season has well and truly fallen apart after a 3-0 home defeat sent Fiorentina through to the Europa League quarter-final.
Rafa Benitez feels Napoli deserve to be in the Europa League quarter-finals thanks to the “right approach” against Dinamo Moscow.
Marek Hamsik said reaching their first European quarter-final in 26 years was “the first step” for Napoli.
Torino have a mountain to climb against Zenit, but have shown before they can upset the Europa League odds.
Inter have to overturn a 3-1 deficit when hosting Bundesliga breakout team Wolfsburg.
Napoli are through to the Europa League quarter-finals after a 0-0 draw at Dinamo Moscow, having won the first leg 3-1.
FIFA announced the 2022 World Cup Final in Qatar will be played on Sunday December 18.
Parma captain Alessandro Lucarelli will reportedly be on the board of creditors in talks with administrators.
Antonio Mirante said Parma might not play Torino after the club was declared bankrupt. “It depends on the administrator.”
Roma’s season risks total collapse as they host Fiorentina in the Europa League Derby d’Italia.
Gigi Di Biagio named his Italy squad for the upcoming friendlies against Germany and Serbia.
Businessman Alfredo Scaccia is said to have submitted a declaration of interest to Parma’s administrators.
Napoli have a 3-1 first leg lead to defend as they visit Dinamo Moscow in the Europa League Round of 16.
Paul Pogba’s injury has seen him omitted from Didier Deschamps’ France squad, but Juventus teammate Patrice Evra is recalled.
The extent of Parma’s debt has been revealed, with total liabilities topping €200m.
With Parma declared bankrupt by a court this afternoon, here’s what will happen next for the Ducali.
Parma have officially been declared bankrupt, and will have to be funded by the Lega Serie A to finish the season.