NEWS

Diego Simeone is confident “the second leg will be much more open” after Atletico Madrid’s 0-0 with Chelsea.
Jose Mourinho revealed “Petr Cech’s season is over and I don’t know about John Terry” after Chelsea’s draw with Atletico Madrid.
Leonardo reveals he left Milan “because of personal misunderstandings” and does not regret quitting Inter for PSG.
Atletico Madrid and Chelsea played out a dismal 0-0 draw in the first leg of the Champions League semi-final.
James Pallotta believes the rest of Serie A should follow the example set by Roma and Juventus.
After Thomas Vermaelen’s agent confirmed Napoli interest, it’s reported the Arsenal defender is in talks with Inter.
Inter boss Walter Mazzarri believes he was “born to be a Coach” and is proud to never have been fired in his career.
Massimo Cellino insists “they made me run away” from Cagliari, dumped Andrea Cossu and described Leeds as “a bloodbath.”
There are reports a holding company could help move Mauro Icardi to Atletico Madrid and Alvaro Morata to Inter.
Kevin Strootman is “on schedule regarding his recovery” from a knee injury, confirmed Roma after a check-up.
Chievo’s hopes of staying in Serie A suffered a blow with news top scorer Alberto Paloschi is injured.
Inter Honorary President Massimo Moratti admits he’ll “often think we could bring back Jose Mourinho rather than buying lots of players.”
Francesco Guidolin admits his Udinese future will be as Coach, director or something else. “We’ll decide which road to go down.”
Giuseppe Rossi is back in full training with Fiorentina, including tackles in games between ranks.
Cagliari forward Victor Ibarbo won’t rule out a move to Massimo Cellino’s Leeds. “We’ll see what happens.”
Ciro Immobile’s agent announced the Torino striker “would like to play for a big club, just like Borussia Dortmund” after the Germans showed interest.
Roma defender Leandro Castan hailed Coach Rudi Garcia. “We’d follow him into battle. He revitalised players who were considered poor.”
Aurelio De Laurentiis called this a “transitional season” for Napoli and therefore third place in Serie A is acceptable.
Nigel De Jong, Rolando and Walter Samuel are among the players suspended for Serie A Week 35.
Turkish referee Cuneyt Cakir will officiate the first leg of the Europa League semi-final Benfica-Juventus.
Fabio Capello is convinced that Juventus have what it takes to win the Europa League this season.
Milan CEO Barbara Berlusconi says making money is important to the Rossoneri, just as winning trophies is.
Corriere della Sera are reporting that there are three clubs known to be interested in signing Lazio’s Miroslav Klose.
Inter striker Mauro Icardi says he wants to remain at the club amid speculation he could be set to leave in the summer.
Juventus reportedly want to sign goalkeeper Simone Scuffet from Udinese to be the long term heir of Gigi Buffon.
Milan defender Mattia De Sciglio is flattered by transfer speculation linking him with a move to Real Madrid.
Juventus midfielder Claudio Marchisio believes his side have all the motivation they need to win the Europa League.
Newly re-instated Livorno Coach Davide Nicola believes thinking about next season now would be surrendering to relegation.
Former Milan midfielder Romeo Benetti has backed Rossoneri Coach Clarence Seedorf to lead the side into next season.
Napoli’s Jose Callejon has sustained a foot injury while training and is now a doubt for his side’s match against Inter.
The agent of Villareal defender Mateo Musacchio denies any contact has been made by Fiorentina regarding a move for the player.
Inter President Erick Thohir insists Nerazzurri Coach Walter Mazzarri will be given next season to continue building the team.
Verona confirm the intention to keep Juan Manuel Iturbe, as their President comments: “No Italian club has the economic capacity to buy him.”
Emanuele Giaccherini has reflected on how Juventus have ‘something extra’ to other teams in Serie A, in the form of their stadium.
Lazio are seen as ready to receive an offer from Juventus for Senad Lulic and have their cash valuation and exchange targets already in mind.

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