NEWS

Arsenal playmaker Mesut Ozil has insisted that his new side deserved to beat Napoli yesterday, whilst also commenting on his first goal for the club.
Juan Zuniga’s representative has insisted that the clause in the player's new contract with Napoli is ‘proportional’ to his value.
Gokhan Inler’s agent has called Napoli’s performance against Arsenal yesterday ‘disastrous’.
Ajax defender Daley Blind thought his side were ‘destined’ to beat Milan on Tuesday night.
Trabzonspor Vice-President Sebahattin Cakiroglu is expecting a ‘spectacular game’ when his side face Lazio tomorrow.
Inter President Massimo Moratti has claimed that incoming benefactor Erick Thohir will ‘make Inter grow’.
Milan have confirmed that Valter Birsa will be out for 10 days after picking up a thigh injury before Ajax yesterday.
Former Lazio Coach Dino Zoff has insisted that Vladimir Petkovic has nothing to fear in regards to his job at Stadio Olimpico.
Galatasaray defender Sabri Sarioglu is confident that his side can come away with three points at Juventus this evening.
Andrea Ranocchia has called for his Inter teammates to forget their draw with Cagliari at the weekend and focus on the upcoming clash with Roma.
Roma forward Adem Ljajic is a doubt for this weekend’s Serie A game at Inter because of injury.
Lazio boss Vladimir Petkovic has a selection headache ahead of the Europa League tie at Trabzonspor.
Hugo Campagnaro is refusing to admit that his Inter side are fighting for the Serie A title.
Carlos Tevez will be vital for Juventus against Galatasaray this evening if fit, says Vincenzo Iaquinta.
Ciro Immobile has urged his Torino teammates to forget about the controversial loss to city rivals Juventus.
Valter Birsa will undergo tests on Wednesday after the Milan man picked up an injury ahead of the Ajax game.
Mirko Vucinic and Carlos Tevez are set to be named in the Juventus starting XI against Galatasaray on Wednesday.
Galatasaray’s Felipe Melo will take on former club Juventus this evening – an outfit who he still has an affection for.
Milan’s Andrea Poli has dismissed the idea that tiredness was a factor in their 1-1 draw at Ajax on Tuesday.
Inter boss Walter Mazzarri says he’s happy with the efforts of his players following his summer arrival.
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Ajax Coach Frank De Boer accused Mario Balotelli of “creating theatre” for Milan’s last-gasp penalty.
Gokhan Inler feels Napoli “lacked concentration in the opening minutes” in a 2-0 defeat to Arsenal.
Olivier Giroud and Mikel Arteta admit Arsenal played “probably our best 45 minutes” against Napoli.
Riccardo Montolivo concedes Milan were “a little too deep” against Ajax and they need Mario Balotelli.
Arsene Wenger praised Arsenal for an “outstanding game” and particularly the “fantastic” Mesut Ozil after beating Napoli 2-0.
Rafa Benitez maintains Napoli cannot have a suitable Gonzalo Higuain replacement, but “confidence” was key against Arsenal.
Massimiliano Allegri insists Milan’s defensive first half was a “tactical” decision against Ajax. “It was overall a good performance.”
Marek Hamsik admits “Arsenal were devastating early on and Napoli were very bad” after a 2-0 defeat.
Mario Balotelli converted a last-gasp penalty to give Milan a point with Ajax after a chaotic finale in Amsterdam.
Napoli never recovered from a disastrous opening 15 minutes, as they were beaten 2-0 by Arsenal in London.
Lazio midfielder Eddy Onazi performed heroics off the field today in Rome, chasing down a mugger and handing him to police!
Giandomenico Mesto assures Napoli face Arsenal “without fear, but the utmost respect” even without Gonzalo Higuain.
Mario Balotelli, Riccardo Montolivo and Robinho start as Milan visit Ajax in the Champions League.

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