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Francesco Toldo believes Inter “will soon return to the Champions League” and discusses the International Champions Cup.
Riccardo Saponara advises Federico Bernardeschi to stay with Fiorentina - “think twice before getting on another train”.
Sampdoria striker Luis Muriel clarifies there was “nothing concrete” with Juventus, Inter, Milan or Roma.
Silvio Berlusconi’s lawyer has reportedly verified the origin of the €200m paid so far for the takeover of Milan.
Reports suggest Inter will pay Patrik Schick’s release clause, but leave him at Sampdoria for another season.
Real Madrid were reportedly rejected for Gianluigi Donnarumma, as Milan continue to work on a renewal.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic responds to rumours he could move to Napoli - “you never know…”
Today's front page headlines in English from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Sevilla director of sport Monchi reportedly had a meeting with Roma President James Pallotta in London.
Monaco knocked Manchester City out of the Champions League after another thrilling 3-1 result, while Atletico Madrid held off Bayer Leverkusen.
Milan and Inter will face off in the International Champions Cup in China, with games against Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund too.
Roma goalkeeper Alisson trusts they can turn the Europa League tie with Olympique Lyonnais around. “Trailing could help us psychologically.”
Marco Borriello should be called up for the Italy squad against Albania and the Netherlands, said the Cagliari striker’s agent.
Palermo striker Ilija Nestorovski promised a very special goal celebration in honour of Formula 1 team Force India.
Manolo Gabbiadini feels Napoli “did not deserve to go out” of the Champions League to Real Madrid, so he’s cheering on Juventus.
Juventus are reportedly trying to line up Mattia De Sciglio for next season, as his Milan contract is due to expire in June 2018.
Danilo D’Ambrosio credits Stefano Pioli with turning Inter’s season around. “He says it all depends on us and nothing is impossible.”
Sampdoria midfielder Lucas Torreira confessed he “would like to play for Juventus” ahead of this weekend’s encounter.
According to financial experts Bloomberg, Sino-Europe Sports have lost the backing of Haixia Capital Management, leaving just Yonghong Li to buy Milan.
Joe Hart admits “there’s nothing I don’t like about Italian football” and the Torino goalkeeper will “take that into account” for his future.
Mario Balotelli told French radio about Nice, an Italy recall, racism, Liverpool and why Manchester City “had an Italian atmosphere.”
Maxime Gonalons warns Lyon “don’t know how to sit back and defend a result,” so they’ll take the game to Roma in the Europa League.
Lyon Coach Bruno Genesio insists Roma “are among the favourites to win the Europa League and there are another 90 minutes to play.”
Roma have named their squad for tomorrow’s Europa League clash with Olympique Lyonnais, including Diego Perotti and Bruno Peres.
Juventus President Andrea Agnelli will testify in front of the Anti-Mafia Commission and is “happy to clarify anything” regarding tickets to ultras.
Italian reports suggest Chelsea are preparing a new €55m (£47.8m) offer for Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly.
Partizan Belgrade sporting director Milos Vazura confirms Nikola Milenkovic will join Fiorentina this summer.
Medhi Benatia has announced that he will stay with Juventus during the next international break, rather than playing for Morocco.
Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci assures there’s no problem with Max Allegri - “forget it and move forward”.
Udinese sporting director Nereo Bonato confirms Inter interest in Samir - “all the big clubs are following him”.
Pier Silvio Berlusconi confirms his father, Silvio, will hold on to Milan if the deal with Sino-Europe Sports falls through.
Roma Coach Luciano Spalletti insists his side have a “60 per cent chance of going through” against Lyon.
Edin Dzeko sounds a rallying cry to his Roma teammates ahead of Lyon - “they say we’re a strong team, we have to prove it”.
Luciano Spalletti acknowledges Roma “can’t afford any more errors of judgement” against Lyon tomorrow.
Roma President James Pallotta reportedly met with Franco Baldini in London, leading to speculation he could make a return.

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