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Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Astra Giurgiu Coach Marius Sumudica said 40-year-old Roma captain Francesco Totti is “the best player I have ever met. It was like a Playstation game.”
Carlo Ancelotti believes Napoli “got a great deal” selling Gonzalo Higuain for €90m and knows the pressure Max Allegri is under at Juventus.
Qarabag Coach Gurban Gurbanov naturally was left to regret the early red card that paved the way for Fiorentina’s 5-1 victory.
Khouma Babacar celebrated his brace as Fiorentina beat Qarabag 5-1 in the Europa League and had a message for Mauro Zarate.
Eusebio Di Francesco rues missed opportunities and defensive errors after Sassuolo fell 3-1 at Genk in the Europa League.
David Holoubek could not contain his joy as Sparta Prague beat Inter 3-1 in the Europa League. “It’s indescribable.”
Luciano Spalletti said he used Francesco Totti’s birthday party to help “motivate” Roma for their Europa League victory over Astra Giurgiu.
Matteo Politano said Sassuolo’s trip to Genk “started badly and ended worse, but we should’ve had a penalty.”
Francesco Totti said he “didn’t even feel this good at 25” after inspiring Roma to a 4-0 Europa League win over Astra Giurgiu.
Francesco Totti was inspirational just two days after his 40th birthday, providing three assists as Roma crushed Astra 4-0 in the Europa League.
A decimated Sassuolo suffered their first Europa League defeat, falling 3-1 away to Belgian side Genk.
Paulo Sousa concedes Fiorentina had “underestimated” Qarabag and didn’t take control until the red card.
Frank de Boer warned tactics are irrelevant if Inter have “the wrong mentality” after a 3-1 defeat to Sparta Prague.
Felipe Melo slammed the Inter attitude after a 3-1 Europa League defeat at Sparta Prague. “We started playing after going 2-0 down.”
Khouma Babacar and Mauro Zarate bagged braces as Fiorentina flattened 10-man Qarabag with a 5-1 scoreline.
Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s Europa League games: Sparta Prague-Inter, Fiorentina-Qarabag, Roma-Astra Giurgiu and Genk-Sassuolo.
Some terrible defensive errors and a sluggish approach saw Inter beaten 3-1 at Sparta Prague in the Europa League, plus Andrea Ranocchia sent off.
Francesco Totti leads the way for Roma two days after his 40th birthday as they host giant-killers Astra Giurgiu in the Europa League.
Sassuolo aim to continue their Europa League adventure with a trip to Genk, but are dealing with a massive injury crisis.
Marko Pjaca admits it was “emotional” to be back in his old Dinamo Zagreb stadium playing for Juventus.
Inter Vice-President Javier Zanetti said “we got back on track in Serie A and it’s time to do the same in the Europa League” with Sparta Prague.
Antonio Conte is reported to be increasingly irritated by his Chelsea squad and will renew his attempts to poach Leonardo Bonucci from Juventus.
Inter reshuffle in the search for their first Europa League points of the season, travelling to Sparta Prague.
Fiorentina reshuffle with a new 3-4-3 system as they host Qarabag in the Europa League.
Crotone President Raffaele Vrenna insists Davide Nicola “will be the Coach to the end of the season.”
President James Pallotta insists he “never, never, never” spoke with Chinese investors about selling a stake in Roma.
Portugal Coach Fernando Santos believes Inter midfielder Joao Mario “can safely play against Roma on Sunday”.
Milan have announced that defender Luca Antonelli picked up an injury in training, and faces at least 10 days out.
The agent of Napoli full-back Faouzi Ghoulam says his client is worth €40m - “if Chelsea paid €27m for Alonso…”
Alessio Romagnoli has been left out of Luigi Di Biagio’s Italy Under-21 squad, potentially indicating a senior call.
Rino Gattuso says Milan President Silvio Berlusconi “was my doping” and invites him to join him at Pisa.
Napoli have announced Raul Albiol has a hamstring strain, and will miss the Atalanta game this weekend.
Luca Banti will be the referee for Inter’s trip to Roma, as the Week 7 Serie A referees are announced.
Torino are reportedly willing to offer Joe Hart a contract until 2021, but he’d have to cut his salary.

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