Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero sees a Roma, Napoli, Fiorentina and Juventus Scudetto race, but “Inter are very lucky.”
Arsenal are shopping for an Italian defender, targeting Daniele Rugani of Juventus or Genoa’s Armando Izzo.
Juventus vice-President Pavel Nedved says it would be “absurd” to move Euro 2016 in the wake of the Paris attacks.
Milan midfielder Jose Mauri says Juventus are “great” but “I don’t think they’ll win the Scudetto”.
Mario Mandzukic and Gianluigi Buffon are both fit enough to be in the Juventus squad to face Milan.
Andrea Bertolacci will miss Milan’s trip to Juventus, as he’s not named in Sinisa Mihajlovic’s squad.
Domenico Berardi’s agent confirms Juventus have a “verbal agreement” for the Sassuolo striker, but he won’t move in January.
Ignazio Abate believes the gap between Juventus and Milan is “definitely smaller” this season.
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini confirms Sergio Aguero is fit, meaning he can face Juventus.
Sinisa Mihajlovic admits both positive and negative displays are “the real Milan”, calling for more consistency.
Milan Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic insists tomorrow’s match against Juventus will not be “decisive”.
Max Allegri says Juventus are 'not the worst team in terms of injuries', and won't make forecasts ahead of the game against Milan.
Coach Max Allegri views Juventus-Milan as 'an opportunity to climb one more step in the standings'.
Giacomo Bonaventura thinks Milan are 'hardly inferior' to Juventus: 'They're the ones looking from below'.
Riccardo Montolivo says he is now in his 'ideal role' and plays down rumours of a Juventus transfer: 'I want to stay at Milan'.
Milan's Riccardo Montolivo stresses that a victory against Juventus 'would give us what we need: confidence and self-esteem'.
Fabio Capello says he has 'greater belief' in Juventus for a Scudetto comeback than in their next rivals Milan.
Neto's agent says the Brazilian 'won't be moving from Juventus' in spite of his limited playing time.
Sami Khedira reveals he “rediscovered the joy of playing football” at Juventus.
Juan Cuadrado admits he was desperate for a return to Italy after Chelsea and Juventus will be “at the top.”