Zlatan Ibrahimovic has blasted Milan for the manner of their European defeat to Arsenal, but also admits relief that the Rossoneri progressed regardless.
Edy Reja’s refusal to rule Lazio out of the title race has received the backing of close friend Fabio Capello, who believes a Scudetto surprise is possible.
Reports in Italy suggest Filippo Inzaghi is keen to play on for another season and might have already found a new club in the shape of Atalanta.
Mark Iuliano has backed Martin Caceres to take his opportunity at centre-back tonight in the absence of Giorgio Chiellini and Andrea Barzagli.
Inter President Massimo Moratti is considering replacing Claudio Ranieri with Laurent Blanc at the end of the season.
Two foreign clubs expressed an interest in signing Fabio Quagliarella of Juventus in January, his representative has revealed.
Lazio ‘keeper Federico Marchetti is working towards winning his place back in the national squad for Euro 2012.
Genoa are hopeful that the returning Alberto Gilardino can make a difference against Juventus at the weekend.
Gennaro Gattuso has been given the all clear to return to competitive action, while Milan may also soon have Clarence Seedorf and Kevin Prince Boateng back.
Milan will target Angelo Ogbonna should they decide to part company with veteran centre-back Alessandro Nesta.
Roma are adamant that they made the right choice in appointing Luis Enrique as their new Coach over the summer.
Sergio Brio will not be surprised if former club Juventus do have their difficulties against Bologna this evening.
Fiorentina boss Delio Rossi has defended under-fire Roma stopper Simon Kjaer from mounting criticism.
Real Madrid’s Gonzalo Higuain is ready to listen to an offer from Juventus, the striker’s agent-father has revealed.
Bologna captain Marco Di Vaio won’t be happy with a draw against Juventus this evening. “We want the three points.”
Paul Pogba has reportedly agreed to leave Manchester United for Juventus at the end of the season.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani admits he couldn’t watch the last 20 minutes of last night’s Champions League tie against Arsenal.
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Urby Emanuelson concedes Milan played badly in London, but looks ahead to the quarter-finals. “It doesn’t matter who we face.”
Christian Abbiati performed a stunning save on Robin van Persie to keep Milan in Europe. “We almost managed to throw away a 4-0 lead.”
Arsene Wenger is sure “the players can be proud of that performance” after Arsenal “restored some pride” by beating Milan.
Massimiliano Allegri insists Milan achieved their objective and reveals what he told them at half-time against Arsenal.
Philippe Mexes admits Milan have “nothing to celebrate. This must never happen again” after their embarrassment at the Emirates.
Milan almost threw away a 4-0 first leg lead, but their 3-0 defeat at Arsenal still sends them into the Champions League quarter-finals.
Genoa defender Andreas Granqvist will be out for the next two months after spraining his knee with ligament damage.
In the rescheduled Serie B games that were snowed off, Sampdoria added to Empoli's woes, while Pescara emerged victorious.
Delio Rossi admits he is increasingly “worried by the difficulties we have in scoring goals” as Fiorentina face Parma tomorrow.
Milan have Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Robinho and Stephan El Shaarawy in a trident attack against Robin van Persie’s Arsenal tonight.
Attilio Tesser explains why he is back on the Novara bench just a month after being sacked. “I believe Novara can achieve safety.”
Federico Macheda reveals why he flew all the way to Rome and back just to watch Lazio win the derby with the ultras. “It was totally worth it!”
Inter President Massimo Moratti has reassured links with sacked Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas “are just rumours, absolutely.”
Esteban Cambiasso burst into tears when he was jeered by Inter fans and wrote an open letter. “Those who know me realise what I felt and am feeling.”
Robinho does not believe Arsenal have any chance of overturning their 4-0 first leg defeat against Milan this evening.
Roma are still smarting from the Juan injury, but have now lost Miralem Pjanic for three weeks too.
Stefano Pioli has warned of the strength Wednesday’s visitors Juventus have, but urges his Bologna players to match the Bianconeri.