NEWS

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.
Edinson Cavani is happy to stay in Napoli, as he discusses his ambitions with the Partenopei and the secret behind his goalscoring success so far.
Mauricio Isla’s agent has confirmed that the attacking midfielder is open to negotiating with interested clubs, but only at Udinese’s agreed price.
Antonio Conte does not see any reason why he and his Juventus players should feel down for dropping points against Chievo at the weekend.
Walter Sabatini is uncertain Roma’s recent run of form will end next weekend at Palermo, given that they will go into that game still ‘suffering’.
Novara have officially sacked Emiliano Mondonico after only six games in charge and brought back Attilio Tesser in his place.
Former Milan great Dejan Savicevic has defended under-fire Juventus forward Mirko Vucinic from mounting criticism.
Relegation-threatened Novara are considering the recall of axed tactician Attilio Tesser, according to Sky Sport Italia.
Bologna have revealed that they have yet to make a decision on the future of fantasista Gaston Ramirez.
Antonio Di Natale has revealed Udinese’s ambitions for the rest of the season – to finish third and reach the Europa League Final.
Brescia ‘keeper Michele Arcari has now gone over 900 minutes unbeaten in Serie B after last night’s 2-0 win over Gubbio.
Leonardo Bonucci has urged his Juventus teammates to forget about the disappointment of drawing with Chievo. “Let’s beat Bologna.”
Ivan Cordoba and Gennaro Gattuso have enrolled on a course to get hold of a UEFA B coaching licence, reports the Gazzetta dello Sport.
Mario Balotelli has underlined that he wants to be a key player for Italy at the 2012 European Championships.
Milan owner Silvio Berlusconi has a dream about signing Cristiano Ronaldo, while he thinks Zlatan Ibrahimovic is worthy of the Golden Ball.
Ezequiel Lavezzi considered leaving Napoli after initially struggling to adapt to life at the San Paolo, it has been revealed.
Tuttosport is today claiming that Alessandro Del Piero could join Arsenal once his Juventus contract expires in the summer.
Juventus are ready to make Alessandro Nesta an offer if the stopper doesn’t sign a new contract at Milan in the summer, reports Tuttosport.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Massimiliano Allegri has reiterated that his Milan side must concentrate against Arsenal on Tuesday, but admits that the Rossoneri ‘can do well this year’.
Juventus have confirmed the anticipated recovery times for Andrea Barzagli and Giorgio Chiellini after tests were carried out on respective injuries.

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