Reports claim Tianjin Quanjian will make a final offer for Fiorentina striker Nikola Kalinic in the next week.
Giorgio Chiellini and Andrea Barzagli are both in the Juventus squad for tomorrow’s Porto game.
Villarreal defender Jaume Costa admits it’s “practically impossible” to overturn their 4-0 defeat to Roma.
Gonzalo Rodriguez’s agent claims Fiorentina offered a 25 per cent wage cut so he’s talking to “European and Argentine clubs”.
Andrea Barzagli and Giorgio Chiellini have trained with their Juventus teammates this morning, ahead of tomorrow’s Porto game.
Leonel Vangioni’s agent says the defender is “happy” at Milan, after finally breaking into the team.
Domenico Berardi admits he was “closer to Juventus” than Inter, and says Alessandro Del Piero "always impressed me".
Paulo Dybala “can be among the best in the world”, according to Juventus teammate Gonzalo Higuain but “he has to be left alone”.
Gonzalo Higuain is confident Juventus “can win the Champions League” but “we have to be calm”.
The rift between Maurizio Sarri and Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis reportedly started after the Palermo draw.
Milan will have a budget of €130m for the summer transfer market, according to reports.
Marcello Lippi sees Juventus as among the favourites for the Champions League - “the team has definitely grown”.
Juventus legend Marcello Lippi believes Max Allegri will remain as Coach, while Paulo Dybala will also stay.
Marcello Lippi believes Serie A has improved thanks to “a change of mentality, a courageous attitude”.
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Juventus left-back Alex Sandro warns Wednesday’s trip to Porto won’t be easy because “they keep fighting until the very end”.
Leonardo Bonucci warns “it’ll take a great Juventus” to beat Porto, who “have nothing to lose”.
Beppe Grillo, leader of the Movimento 5 Stelle, confirms “there are some problems” with the Stadio della Roma project but “we’ll resolve them”.
Reports suggest Sino-Europe Sports could deposit the €320m to buy Milan on March 1, two days before the official closing.
Felipe Anderson praises Lazio Coach Simone Inzaghi for helping him to “improve a lot defensively”.
Juventus midfielder Mario Lemina will reportedly be the subject of a summer tug-of-war between Premier League sides Watford and Crystal Palace.
Marco Verratti has paid tribute to Leonardo, explaining “it’s thanks to” the former Milan man that he is a Paris Saint-Germain player.
Speculation is mounting that Inter wingback Danilo D’Ambrosio faces an uncertain future, with Napoli and Fiorentina lurking in the shadows.
The agent of Jorginho maintains the Napoli midfielder “has nothing to prove” after his rare start against Chievo over the weekend.
Andrea Mandorlini’s long-time assistant claims he did not follow the Coach to Genoa out of loyalty to Sampdoria.
Giacomo Bonaventura says he is “happy” and keeping upbeat as the Milan midfielder continues to recover from his season-ending injury.
Sampdoria Coach Marco Giampaolo insists he has not spoken to “any club other” than his own in the wake of links with Fiorentina.
The father of Fabio Quagliarella claims the Sampdoria striker “would never have left” Napoli, had he not been stalked by a police officer.
The agent of Lucas Perez has denied speaking to Milan about a move for the Arsenal forward but admitted that his client “is unhappy”.
Luciano Spalletti has hinted that Francesco Totti will be given a new contract by Roma “if he wants to keep playing next season”.
Pescara President Daniele Sebastiani claims the side have been “liberated” by Zdenek Zeman and have “started a new campaign” under the Czech.
Lucas Perez’s agent confirms the forward “wants to leave Arsenal at any cost” and calls Milan “a great club”.
Argentina Coach Edgardo Bauza insists he doesn’t have “any kind of problem” with Inter’s Mauro Icardi.
With bottom club Pescara recording their first real win of the season, Dave Taylor is delighted to select two of their players in his best XI from Week 25.
Former Fiorentina striker Francesco Graziani hits out at Paulo Sousa - “it’s always the same old things”.