Milan midfielder Suso believes “there are never favourites” in the Derby della Madonnina against Inter.
The takeover of Milan by a Chinese group is expected to finally be completed today.
Today's front page headlines in English from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Despite Massimiliano Allegri’s protestations, The Sun continues to claim Arsenal are in talks with the Juventus Coach to replace Arsene Wenger.
Manchester City are ready to reject Torino’s proposal to extend the Joe Hart loan deal, as they want £15m.
Arturo Vidal believes Bayern Munich can overturn the home defeat to Real Madrid “and hopefully face Juventus in the Champions League Final.”
Champions League favourites Bayern Munich crumbled down to 10 men and lost 2-1 at home to Real Madrid, while Atletico Madrid squeezed past Leicester 1-0.
Juventus could announce a new Paulo Dybala contract tomorrow, earning €7m per year up to June 2022, with no release clause.
Udinese goalkeeper Orestis Karnezis is caught between Napoli and Watford for next season.
If Simone Inzaghi leaves Lazio this summer, the first choice to replace him would be Nantes Coach and fellow former Aquile player Sergio Conceicao.
Genoa and Atalanta are keeping an eye on Sunderland goalkeeper Vito Mannone, but face competition from Watford.
Arrigo Sacchi confirms Silvio Berlusconi “is very pained” by the end of his 31-year Milan era, as the takeover will be completed on Friday.
Simone Pepe reveals he annoyed Antonio Conte at Juventus, praised Max Allegri and said he’d have become a petrol station attendant without football.
Monaco earned a surprise 3-2 victory away to Borussia Dortmund in the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final, rescheduled after a bomb attack.
The Milan Board of Directors have resigned after the final meeting of the Silvio Berlusconi era, as Yonghong Li’s takeover is almost complete.
Barcelona director of sport Robert Fernandez believes “Juventus will come to Camp Nou to park the bus and raise the barricades.”
The changes to the fixture list for Serie A Week 34, 35 and 36 have been announced, including Roma-Lazio, Inter-Napoli, Milan-Roma and Roma-Juventus.
Roma must fight Sevilla in their summer bid for Manchester City winger Jesus Navas, according to The Telegraph.
Simone Zaza “always intended to stay” at Valencia and admits Spain feels more like Italy than London and West Ham United ever did.
Roma defender Juan Jesus believes he knows the reason why his old club Inter struggle for consistency. “I saw 50 players come and go.”
Yesterday Palermo sacked Coach Diego Lopez and director of sport Nicola Salerno explains why he quit. “I felt useless at this club.”
Paulo Dybala has already agreed a new contract with Juventus to 2021, earning €7m per year, according to reports.
Former Roma director Walter Sabatini is reportedly an option to join the Inter staff, bringing Hull City Coach Marco Silva with him.
Barcelona confirmed that Javier Mascherano is in doubt for the second leg of their Champions League quarter-final with Juventus.
Juventus captain Gigi Buffon credited Max Allegri with their 3-0 victory over Barcelona. “This team is the fruit of his prodigious intuition.”
Blerim Dzemaili will miss Bologna’s last three games of the season so he can start his new MLS career at Montreal Impact.
Milan full-back Mattia De Sciglio admits the derby with Inter is “crucial” - “both teams are aiming for Europe”.
Juventus captain Gianluigi Buffon warns that the Barcelona tie “is not over” despite a 3-0 win last night.
Armando Izzo’s agent is confident “justice will prevail” after the Genoa defender was given an 18-month ban.
Daniele Orsato will referee this Saturday’s Derby della Madonnina between Inter and Milan, the AIA has announced.
Gianluigi Buffon explains his save on Andres Iniesta last night - “it’s a duel between you and the opponent”.
Antonio Candreva says Inter must do better in the final part of the season, and believes Gabigol “can be very important”.
Roma goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny describes playing with Francesco Totti as “incredible”.
Alvaro Morata admits he was “lost” during his first months at Juventus, but Gigi Buffon turned his career around.
Federico Chiesa says “it would definitely be nice” to spend another 10 years at Fiorentina, and aims for the Under-21 European Championships.