NEWS

Zenit St Petersburg boss Luciano Spalletti has cooled suggestions that he could move to Fiorentina at the end of the season.
Fernando Gago wants to prolong his stay at Italian club Roma, but concedes that Real Madrid will have the final say.
Inter have revealed that they will have to hand over almost €14m to Porto if they opt to keep Fredy Guarin.
The Italian Olympic Committee have confirmed Luciano Moggi’s lifetime ban from any involvement in football.
The Italian media are speculating on exactly what Antonio Conte said to his Juventus troops during a 12-minute motivational speech.
Could Italy and Parma star Sebastian Giovinco join European champions Barcelona this summer? His agent thinks so.
Antonio Cassano’s agent has thanked Milan and Italy boss Cesare Prandelli for the support they’ve given his client.
Fabio Quagliarella is being tipped to win a place in the Juventus first team this weekend after his goal against Napoli.
Russian giants Anzhi reportedly have Napoli forward Ezequiel Lavezzi on their summer shopping list.
Amauri is in a race against time to prove his fitness ahead of Saturday’s Serie A game against leaders Milan.
Leonardo Bonucci is somewhat surprised that Juve teammate Mirko Vucinic was retrospectively assigned the opening goal in Sunday’s 3-0 win over Napoli.
Clarence Seedorf was left fuming after last night’s 3-1 loss to Barcelona. “I’d rather lose 7-1 than like this,” said the Milan man.
Milan goalkeeper Christian Abbiati was stunned with the second penalty awarded to Barcelona. “I don’t think they expected it!”
The Gazzetta dello Sport has today highlighted Juventus’ strength during the second half of their Serie A matches.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic stirred up controversy against Barcelona. “Now I know why Jose Mourinho gets so angry when he plays here...”
Pep Guardiola insisted both penalties were the right decision and Barcelona fully deserved to knock Milan out of the Champions League.
Alessandro Nesta explains what happened during the second Barcelona penalty incident. Carles “Puyol fouled me first.”
Massimiliano Allegri said the penalties cost Milan dearly against Barcelona, though “the referee gifted them with the second one.”
Massimo Ambrosini says Milan go out of the Champions League “without regrets,” but criticised the referee for the second Barcelona penalty.
Antonio Nocerino’s away goal was not enough, as Milan go out of the Champions League to a couple of Lionel Messi penalties in a 3-1 defeat to Barcelona.
Milan assistant manager Mauro Tassotti admits Barcelona’s line-up “surprised us a little” for the Champions League quarter-final.
After Andrea Masiello was arrested and admitted to scoring an own goal on purpose, Bari insist they are “the victims” of this latest betting scandal.
Palermo striker Igor Budan has mocked Saturday’s opponents Juventus, complaining they have “no world class players.”
Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Robinho and Kevin-Prince Boateng take on Lionel Messi and Cesc Fabregas in tonight’s Champions League quarter-final Barcelona-Milan.
There are reports that Inter defender Ivan Ramiro Cordoba will hang up his boots at the end of this season.
Hernanes could well leave Lazio in the summer, hinted his agent. “There is interest in Italy and the Premier League, but we’ll evaluate what to do in June.”
Walter Zenga admits it is still his “dream to be Coach of Inter” and would drop his current job at Al-Nasr if the call came.
Lazio will be without Andre Dias for at least three weeks after tests showed a lesion to the left thigh muscle.
Bologna have lost promising young midfielder Rene Krhin, who is on Inter’s books, for around five months after he damaged knee ligaments.
Arrigo Sacchi believes Barcelona are the favourites in tonight’s quarter-final, but “it will be a very open game and Milan can do damage.”
Cesare Prandelli visited Udinese’s training ground today, reportedly to request to Francesco Guidolin that he release Antonio Di Natale for training in late April.
Lionel Messi has reiterated Barcelona’s focus for tonight’s quarter-final with Milan: “We have to win, we have no choice.”
Francesco Guidolin believes the race for third place is still between as many as five different teams, including his Udinese.
Adriano Galliani may compare Pep Guardiola’s Barcelona side to Arrigo Sacchi’s Milan team, but he still thinks Max Allegri’s Rossoneri will have a say tonight.

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