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Today's front page headlines in English from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Inter struggled to get anything going against Napoli on Sunday evening, Football Italia rates the two teams.
Roberto Gagliardini concedes he has not quite fully recovered from an ankle injury and Inter “need to get out of this ugly moment.”
Lorenzo Insigne has “regrets Napoli weren’t able to challenge for the Scudetto” this season and urged Dries Mertens to renew his contract.
Maurizio Sarri explained his midfield choices as Napoli beat Inter, then complained that papers “predicted we’d be fifth and now complain we’re only third.”
Stefano Pioli felt Inter made progress in their 1-0 home defeat to Napoli and paid a heavy price for “serious errors.”
Roma midfielder Kevin Strootman could risk a ban using video evidence after his simulation to earn a penalty against Lazio.
Jose Callejon said Napoli “believe in our chances of second place” after beating Inter at San Siro and hopes Dries Mertens stays.
Jose Callejon made the most of a Yuto Nagatomo howler, as Napoli conquered San Siro to send Inter further into crisis and move within a point of Roma.
Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero has a two-year deal lined up with Inter, according to two Italian sources.
Paulo Dybala believes “this can be our year” for Juventus to win the Champions League and he has studied Monaco carefully.
Inter director Piero Ausilio said “Stefano Pioli has everything required to remain as our Coach,” but confessed to a meeting with Lele Oriali.
Join us for all the build-up and action from San Siro, as Inter and Napoli face off in what should be a thriller, Mauro Icardi and Ivan Perisic against Dries Mertens and Lorenzo Insigne.
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte refused to rule out a move to Inter next season. “I am having a wonderful experience here in England.”
Jose Callejon feels “anything could happen tonight” as Inter and Napoli face off at San Siro. “We need the right mentality.”
Stefano Pioli insists tonight is “a big opportunity against an excellent team like Napoli, as Inter can prove we’re a great team too.”
Sulley Muntari and Pescara Coach Zdenek Zeman reveal the midfielder was being racially abused by children in Cagliari.
Empoli Coach Giovanni Martusciello felt his team was “too frenetic and chaotic” in the defeat to Sassuolo, but it’s a wake-up call.
Inter have to do without Ivan Perisic and Joao Miranda, but hope the defence will be decisive against Serie A’s top-scoring team Napoli.
Luigi Del Neri admits Udinese were taught a lesson by Bologna in their 4-0 defeat this afternoon.
Bologna Coach Roberto Donadoni is delighted with his players for securing safety with four games to spare.
Chievo Coach Rolando Maran was relieved to see his side end a run of five straight defeats by beating Genoa.
Who were the key players as the Aquile soared away with the Derby della Capitale? Football Italia rates the Lazio men.
Eusebio Di Francesco says he will meet with Sassuolo officials in the next 10 days to decide his future.
How did the Giallorossi do in the unexpected Derby della Capitale defeat to Lazio? Football Italia rates the Roma men.
Davide Nicola believes Crotone could have done more than draw 1-1 with Milan this afternoon.
Ivan Juric insists he is not scared of Serie B despite Genoa falling to yet another defeat, but burst into tears during his Press conference.
Paulo Sousa admits Fiorentina’s 2-0 defeat to Palermo represented “one of our worst performances in my two seasons here.”
Palermo Coach Diego Bortoluzzi warned his men not to “get big-headed because of one good game” after beating Fiorentina 2-0.
Vincenzo Montella believes Milan are still on track to achieve their aims despite recent disappointing results.
Pescara midfielder Sulley Muntari was booked and walked off the field in protest at alleged racist abuse from the Cagliari fans.
Cagliari made it harder work than expected against already-relegated Pescara, but Joao Pedro’s penalty proved to be enough.
Bologna made short work of Udinese with a Mattia Destro brace, Saphir Taider and Simone Verdi.
Genoa missed a penalty and fumbled a lead, so this 2-1 home defeat to Chievo means they are in the relegation dogfight.
Sassuolo ended the extraordinary Empoli run and plunged the Tuscans right back in the relegation battle.

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