Join us for all the build-up, action and banter as Juventus host Barcelona in the Champions League quarter-final. Will there be revenge for 2015?
Marek Hamsik said Napoli “are counting on our chances of overtaking” Roma in the race for second place.
Udinese confirmed the season is over for defender Samir after he required keyhole knee surgery.
Roma are preparing a summer proposal for Paris Saint-Germain talent Grzegorz Krychowiak, claim Tuttomercatoweb.
Alex Sandro is expected to start at left-back as Juventus host Barcelona, but there's bad news for Neymar.
Graziano Pellè confessed he “obviously would never have come to China if it wasn’t for all that money” after joining Shandong Luneng.
The new Milan is forming at last, as today Marco Fassone, Han Li, Massimiliano Mirabelli and Yonghong Li's lawyers met and will be at Juventus-Barcelona tonight.
Roma Coach Luciano Spalletti is in Milan, with reports he could meet with Inter officials.
Inter are tracking Alex Meret as a potential replacement for Samir Handanovic, according to reports.
Lazio have been fined €10,000 for songs expressing “territorial discrimination” against Napoli.
Ivan Rakitic says tonight’s Juventus game is “the moment of truth” for Barcelona - “we need to play our best”.
It’s reported Roma are only offering Daniele De Rossi a one-year contract, which the player isn’t keen to accept.
Giampiero Ventura is open to the prospect of calling-up Napoli’s Amadou Diawara - “if he becomes Italian, why not?”
CT Giampiero Ventura describes his “emotion” as he sees a new generation of Italy talent emerging.
Barcelona look set to abandon their 3-4-3 formation for tonight’s Juventus game, returning to a 4-3-3.
Giuseppe Rossi’s agent says the striker “will definitely not give up” after the latest in a series of knee injuries.
Former Juventus and Barcelona winger Iago Falque is supporting the Blaugrana in tonight’s match.
Reports suggest Duvan Zapata will return to Napoli this summer, as Udinese can’t afford to buy him.
Roberto Gagliardini says Inter “have to be angry” about recent results, and aims for European qualification.
Xavi expects Juventus to “wait for the counter” and believes Paulo Dybala “would perfectly suit Barcelona’s game”.
Paolo Montero discusses Juventus-Barcelona and believes Gianluigi Buffon “is not human!”
Cesare Prandelli says Juventus “are certainly not favourites” against Barcelona but “it’s 50-50”.
Palermo confirm they have “received and accepted” the resignation of sporting director Nicola Salerno and sacked Diego Lopez.
Reports in Belgium accuse Roma’s Radja Nainggolan of drink-driving, but he says “it’s all nonsense”.
Former Barcelona midfielder Demetrio Albertini warns Juventus “can play for 89 minutes without touching the ball and win in the last minute”.
Italy midfielder Marco Verratti wants the media to stay out of his private life - “it’s the one thing I won’t miss when I retire”.
Monchi admits “Roma are the closest team” but warns “it can’t be taken as being done”.
Milan’s incoming Chinese owners are reportedly considering replacing Vincenzo Montella with Roberto Mancini.
Lorenzo Insigne’s Napoli renewal has reportedly stalled over image rights, alerting Arsenal, Liverpool, Bayern Munich and Inter.
Arrigo Sacchi believes Juventus have “everything to succeed” against Barcelona who are “a far cry from Pep Guardiola’s team”.
Stefano Pioli will reportedly stay at Inter, unless they can tempt Antonio Conte or Diego Simeone to San Siro.
Claudio Ranieri admits problems “behind the scenes” forced him out at Leicester City.
Today's front page headlines from Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Max Allegri insists Juventus are “absolutely not worried” about facing Barcelona - “these will be two beautiful games”.
Marcello Lippi discusses Milan’s expected new owners - “no-one in China knows who these people are”.