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Jose Callejon says “we don’t have to make a drama” out of Napoli’s recent dip in form - “we remain a point behind the current leaders…”
Today's front page headlines in English from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Simone Inzaghi welcomed Felipe Anderson back from injury and saw Lazio “interpret” the Coppa Italia victory over Cittadella.
Inter released a statement insisting they have received “orders around double the required subscriptions” for their €300m bond.
Ciro Immobile urges Lazio to “stay on the same track” after their 4-1 Coppa Italia victory against Cittadella.
Lazio ended Cittadella’s Coppa Italia fairy-tale with a 4-1 result, including goals by Ciro Immobile and Felipe Anderson, and will face Fiorentina.
Sebastian Giovinco reveals he secretly buried a “Lucky Loonie” in the Toronto FC stadium to help them win their first ever MLS Cup.
Tottenham Hotspur striker Fernando Llorente will not celebrate if he scores against his old club. “Juventus have a 65 per cent chance of qualifying.”
Mino Raiola claims director of sport Massimiliano Mirabelli “is the real problem at Milan and is using Gianluigi Donnarumma to attack me.”
Massimo Oddo wants Udinese to show “courage” against unbeaten Serie A leaders Inter and admires Luciano Spalletti’s experience.
Atalanta Coach Gian Piero Gasperini discussed his future, as he’s cool on both the Italy job and a move to a different league.
Gianluigi Donnarumma has broken his silence after “an ugly night that I didn’t expect” when insulted by Milan fans.
Lorenzo Insigne is back in training with Napoli and could be called up for Saturday’s Serie A match with Torino.
Lazio host giant-killers Cittadella in the Coppa Italia Round of 16, hoping Ciro Immobile and Felipe Anderson can rediscover their old spark.
Pepe Reina’s agent has “categorically denied” that Milan want to sign the Napoli goalkeeper. “In fact, he could even sign a renewal.”
Dries Mertens kept Scudetto ambitions alive and noted “Napoli wouldn’t be where we are today if it weren’t for Maurizio Sarri. He makes normal players top class.”
Davide Calabria is “very proud” to have signed a new contract with Milan to 2022, thanking Gennaro Gattuso and Gianluigi Donnarumma.
Mario Balotelli will probably leave OGC Nice if they fail to qualify for Europe next season, confessed President Jean-Pierre Rivere.
Leonardo Bonucci was asked by a child why he left Juventus for Milan. “Let’s just say the answer would not be suitable for a little girl!”
After Santos, Sao Paulo and Flamengo, now Cruzeiro have emerged as candidates to take Inter flop Gabriel Barbosa on loan.
Milan have announced that young full-back Davide Calabria has extended his contract until 2022.
Gonzalo Higuain will match Antonio Conte and Paolo Rossi if he scores for Juventus against Bologna on Sunday.
Miralem Pjanic trained with Juventus today and should be fit to face Bologna, but Gianluigi Buffon, Giorgio Chiellini and Juan Cuadrado are all doubts.
Blaise Matuidi acknowledges “Tottenham Hotspur are a strong team” but “Juventus have great experience in the Champions League”.
Sassuolo CEO Giovanni Carnevali insists “we’ve had no requests from Napoli” for Domenico Berardi.
Milan legend Clarence Seedorf is in talks to take over as Coach of Atlético Paranaense, according to reports in Brazil.
Valencia’s sporting director says they’re “very happy” with Inter loanee Geoffrey Kondogbia but “we’ll make a decision in May”.
Stephan Lichtsteiner could reportedly return to Lazio when his Juventus contract expires in the summer.
Patrik Schick believes Roma “can think about the Scudetto”, and is desperate to get his first goal for the club.
Napoli midfielder Amadou Diawara says it’s “fundamental” to take all three points against Torino on Saturday.
It’s reported Joao Mario could miss Inter’s match with Udinese, as he has tonsillitis again.
Juventus are reportedly monitoring Fabinho, as he admits “all this being equal, this will be my last year at Monaco”.
Leonardo Bonucci was seen comforting Gianluigi Donnarumma in the Milan dressing room, after he was whistled by fans.
A spokesperson for Elliott Management insists the hedge fund has “complete confidence” in the Milan board.
Former Milan attacking midfielder Ronaldinho will stand for the Senate in his native Brazil in 2018.