NEWS

As expected, Milan are without Robinho and Ignazio Abate for Saturday’s trip to Parma, but Massimiliano Allegri has called Gennaro Gattuso up.
Cesare Prandelli’s plans for an in-depth preparation for Euro 2012 have been dealt a blow as the Italian League reject against his training session proposal.
Andrea Pirlo has underlined that Juventus want to become Champions League regulars again as soon as possible.
Udinese will now concentrate on finishing the campaign in third after being dumped out of the Europa League.
Milan will have to stop the greatest player of all-time if they are to get past Barcelona in the Champions League, says Adriano Galliani.
Pep Guardiola is respectful of the threat that Milan will pose his Barcelona side in the Champions League.
After days of silence, Juventus returned to speaking ways on Friday as boss Antonio Conte talked on the eve of the Fiorentina game.
Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri is looking on the bright side of facing Barcelona in the Champions League. “The route to the Final will be easier if we beat them…”
Udinese would have faced Spanish club Valencia had they progressed in the Europa League this week.
Juventus icon Paolo Montero insists that his former club can still end this season as Italian champions.
Amauri has made it clear that he will celebrate should he score for Fiorentina against former club Juventus.
Italian champions Milan have been quick to dismiss transfer links with Inter playmaker Wesley Sneijder.
The draw for the Champions League quarter-finals hasn’t been kind to Milan after they were paired with reigning champions Barcelona.
Giuseppe Rossi is hoping to emulate Francesco Totti’s achievement of fighting back from injury to win an international competition with Italy.
Veteran midfielder Dejan Stankovic says he’s not ready to be placed on the Inter scrapheap just yet.
Arsenal target Lukas Podolski has suggested that he could decide to join Lazio at the end of the season.
Whilst Milan and Juventus face interesting challenges in Week 28, the mouth-watering clash is between European-chasing Udinese and Napoli.
Fiorentina’s Valon Behrami has admitted that he could have joined Juventus in January ahead of Saturday’s clash at the Franchi.
Scudetto holders Milan will this morning learn the name of their Champions League quarter-final opponents.
The Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport are both suggesting that Wesley Sneijder would ponder a switch from Inter to city rivals Milan.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Antonio Floro Flores sees Udinese’s Europa League exit as a reminder of past defeats. “It’s the second time we’ve gone out at the Friuli.”
Alberto Aquilani feels he has finally recovered from a long injury and Milan “have many objectives to target this season.”
Francesco Guidolin feels Udinese’s entire Europa League campaign collapsed with “a distraction on one goal.”
There are reports in Russia that Cagliari star Radja Nainggolan announced an imminent move to Zenit St Petersburg.
Antonio Di Natale’s brace was not enough, as Udinese go out of the Europa League despite a 2-1 win over AZ, who had a man sent off in the opening minute and missed a penalty.
The changes to the Serie A calendar all the way up to April 15, including Milan-Roma, Juventus-Inter and Juve-Napoli.
Roma have taken the first official steps to building their new state of the art stadium, with “the final decision to be taken by June 2012.”
Fredy Guarin finally started training with Inter this week and hopes he can do enough to “prove my worth” for a permanent move.
It is now official that Bernardo Corradi has joined Matteo Ferrari by signing for Canadian club Montreal Impact.
Udinese have Antonio Di Natale and Antonio Floro Flores leading the way as they try to overturn a first leg Europa League defeat to AZ Alkmaar.
Cesare Prandelli’s Italy have announced friendlies against Luxembourg and Russia in the lead-up to Euro 2012.
Ezequiel Lavezzi concedes the Champions League exit to Chelsea is “difficult to swallow, but we must be proud” of what Napoli achieved.
Alberto Zaccheroni insists that Inter’s constant coaching changes are the reason behind their struggles – but he’s defended President Massimo Moratti.
Serie B outfit Torino have been awarded three points this afternoon after their 1-0 loss at Padova was transformed into a 3-0 win.

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