Inter captain Mauro Icardi says the Scudetto “won’t be decided against Napoli”, and will go down to the wire.
Inter have confirmed Geoffrey Kondogbia has a thigh strain, making him a doubt to face Napoli.
Roma director general Mauro Baldissoni apologises after the Barcelona defeat - “it was embarrassing”.
Riccardo Montolivo insists Milan “have grown considerably compared to a few months ago”.
Sinisa Mihajlovic believes it’s a mistake to talk about a Milan turning point - “we need to find consistency”.
Milan Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic insists his side aren’t lacking character - “in many games we’ve conceded and had a reaction”.
Sinisa Mihajlovic believes Milan “can do better” and will make it into the Champions League.
Milan Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic praises Jose Mauri, but says the midfielder will probably be sent out on loan.
Sampdoria Coach Vincenzo Montella insists Milan are “absolutely not” in crisis ahead of tomorrow’s game.
Coach Vincenzo Montella says Sampdoria must “discard the excuses about time” when they face Milan tomorrow.
Radja Nainggolan says he’s “fine” at Roma, and discusses his difficult childhood.
Palermo Coach Davide Ballardini believes Juventus “have everything to compete for the Scudetto and the Champions League”.
Adem Ljajic doesn’t want to tip Inter for the Scudetto too early - “I’ve been burned by the last two years at Roma”.
Inter forward Stevan Jovetic doesn’t believe Monday’s Napoli game will be decisive - “we’ve only had a third of the campaign”.
Stevan Jovetic praises Inter’s “hunger” and “of course” they can win the Scudetto this season.
There are shock reports that Udinese striker Antonio Di Natale could hang up his boots when Serie A heads into the Christmas break.
Felipe Melo assures Inter are “giving 110 per cent to win the Scudetto” and discusses his bad-boy reputation.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini says Inter, Milan and “two English clubs” want Franco Vazquez, but he’ll stay until the summer.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini tips Juventus for the Scudetto ahead of their visit to Stadio Renzo Barbera.
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Marek Hamsik admits “I honestly didn’t expect Napoli to be this successful” after 13 wins in 15 games.
Maurizio Sarri saw “another step forward” after Napoli beat Club Brugge and “avoided a collapse in motivation.”
Italy have closed again on England in the UEFA rankings thanks to this week’s results, above all Juventus beating Manchester City.
Dnipro Coach Myron Markevych was “realistic” about their chances of beating Lazio in the Europa League.
Napoli earned a fifth consecutive Europa League victory, beating Club Brugge 1-0 with a Vlad Chiriches volley.
Dnipro defender Douglas Silva admits “I’d like to play in Italy. Lazio in January? We’ll see…”
Urs Fischer was pleased Basel “played on a par with a very strong team” like Fiorentina, who were down to 10 men.
Davide Astori said the referee “could’ve ruined our season” in Fiorentina’s 2-2 draw with Basel. “We expect someone up to the task.”
Paulo Sousa was “proud” of his 10-man Fiorentina earning a 2-2 draw away to Basel, but Facundo Roncaglia “has to control his emotions.”
Stefano Pioli agreed Lazio’s training retreat “was constructive” after they beat Dnipro to win the Europa League group.
Marco Parolo is pleased that Lazio “only needed a point to qualify, but we won” 3-1 against Dnipro.
Fiorentina threw away a 2-0 lead in Basel and had Facundo Roncaglia sent off, so this 2-2 draw leaves Europa League qualification in the balance.
Lazio booked their spot in the Europa League Round of 32 after getting the better of last season’s Finalists Dnipro 3-1.
Napoli test out new tactics in the tense Europa League trip to Club Brugge, but Lorenzo Insigne pulls out.
Lazio director Igli Tare assured Coach Stefano Pioli “is not up for debate, but it’s true the performances are unconvincing.”