Pier Silvio Berlusconi confirms his father, Silvio, will hold on to Milan if the deal with Sino-Europe Sports falls through.
Roma Coach Luciano Spalletti insists his side have a “60 per cent chance of going through” against Lyon.
Edin Dzeko sounds a rallying cry to his Roma teammates ahead of Lyon - “they say we’re a strong team, we have to prove it”.
Luciano Spalletti acknowledges Roma “can’t afford any more errors of judgement” against Lyon tomorrow.
Roma President James Pallotta reportedly met with Franco Baldini in London, leading to speculation he could make a return.
Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci is keen to face Barcelona in the Champions League Quarter-Finals - “it’d be a big motivation”.
Reports suggest Inter could turn to Udinese’s Samir if they can’t get Ricardo Rodriguez.
A third €100m deposit for the sale of Milan is expected to arrive tomorrow, ahead of closing next month.
Inter and Milan are set to play each other in the International Champions Cup this summer, according to reports.
Olympique Lyonnais midfielder Corentin Tolisso believes that 'Juventus are on another level' to opponents Roma.
Genoa Ultras of the Gradinata Nord have issued a statement voicing their displeasure towards the club and it's players.
A crowdfunding initiative is seeking to raise €30,000 in order to build a commemorative statue of Diego Maradona in Naples.
Sassuolo defender Paolo Cannavaro admits that Domenico Berardi reminds him of Edinson Cavani.
Reports suggest that Lorenzo Insigne has moved closer to signing a new contract with Napoli.
Fiorentina will reportedly hold a summer clearout, with Coach Paulo Sousa not the only one expected to leave.
Reports suggest that Napoli will produce a special ticket offer for their Coppa Italia second leg tie with Juventus.
Napoli goalkeeper Pepe Reina may leave the club at the end of his contract in 2018, reports suggest.
Former Roma midfielder Eusebio Di Francesco admits he’d ‘never say never’ to a spell on the Giallorossi bench.
Sassuolo boss Eusebio Di Francesco attributes his success to 'teamwork over the individual'.
Sassuolo Coach Eusebio Di Francesco admits that his son revealed nothing before the game with Bologna on Sunday.
Reports suggest that Inter are keeping a close eye on contract negotiations between Federico Bernardeschi and Fiorentina.
Dries Mertens could be heading for the exit at Napoli, reports suggest, after contract talks stall.
Reports in Italy suggest that Milan are interested in making a bid for Everton striker Romelu Lukaku this summer.
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Porto Coach Nuno Espirito Santo can’t help but wonder what would’ve happened without the two red cards against Juventus.
Alex Sandro assures Juventus never took the Champions League Round of 16 for granted against Porto, but the red cards were decisive.
Iker Casillas couldn’t help but regret the two red cards, as Porto “never really got the chance to fight it out on level terms.”
Dani Alves admits it would be “too weird” for his Juventus to face Barcelona in the Champions League quarter-finals.
Max Allegri was far from happy with Juventus after reaching the Champions League quarter-finals. “We need to improve the quality of our football.”
Paulo Dybala warns it is “obvious” that Juventus can win the Champions League. “With our squad, it’s impossible to think we can’t win it.”
Gigi Buffon insists Juventus had to keep their focus against Porto, but wants to avoid Leicester City in the Champions League quarter-finals.
Paulo Dybala’s, which also saw Maxi Pereira sent off for handball on the line, saw Juventus comfortably beat Porto 3-0 on aggregate to reach the Champions League quarter-finals.
Vincenzo Montella insists Milan “are fully in the race for a European spot, although the level of the top seven or eight teams has grown.”
Director Beppe Marotta sees Juventus as “highly competitive” in the Champions League against Porto and backs Max Allegri for the future.
Porto assistant manager Rui Barros is impressed with the new Juventus Stadium and said they are here to “see what happens.”