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Join us for all the build-up and action from the Juventus Stadium, where the Bianconeri fight Monaco for a place in the Champions League Final.
Claudio Ranieri has been approached to take over at Turkish club Antalyaspor, according to Sky Sport Italia, working with Samuel Eto’o.
Watford are interested in taking Thomas Vermaelen from Barcelona after his unsuccessful loan spell with Roma is over.
Gonzalo Rodriguez will be a free agent when his Fiorentina contract expires and Lazio are the favourites to snap him up ahead of Milan, Roma and Inter.
French reports suggest Mario Lemina is determined to leave Juventus this summer due to a lack of playing time, so Ligue 1 or the Premier League beckons.
Gennaro Gattuso is mentioned as a likely candidate for the Genoa bench next season after his difficult spell with Pisa.
Tiemoué Bakayoko said Monaco’s strength is their unity as they face Juventus in the Champions League. “It’s one for all and all for one.”
Radja Nainggolan confirmed he turned down Premier League clubs because “I like the lifestyle” at Roma and “would like to stay for the next five years.”
Monaco's Andrea Raggi accepts his side need a Champions League miracle against Juventus, but believes they can pull it off.
Massimo Carrera does not think Inter have much hope of luring Antonio Conte to San Siro from Chelsea.
Fabrizio Ravanelli sees similarities between the current Juventus team and the one that won the 1996 Champions League.
Roberto Mancini has been touted as a possible successor to Unai Emery at Paris Saint-Germain.
MLS side Montreal Impact release a statement to confirm the signing of Bologna's Blerim Dzemaili.
Mario Balotelli is set to leave Nice at the end of the season, according to reports in France.
Daniele De Rossi is set to sign a new deal to remain at Roma, according to Sky Sport.
Sampdoria won the Cup Winners’ Cup 17 years ago today, beating Anderlecht 2-0 in the final.
It is reported that Liverpool are weighing up an offer for Roma's Mohamed Salah.
It is announced that Pescara's Ahmad Benali will receive a three-match ban, while Inter's Geoffrey Kondogbia will miss his side's next two games.
Pippo Inzaghi says brother Simone is a 'much better' Coach than he is and wants reassurances to stay at Venezia.
Maurizio Zamparini admits he is partly to blame for Palermo's relegation but will not take full responsibility.
Former Milan player George Weah claims he has Juventus 'in his blood' and regrets never playing for them.
The FIGC could face retrospective action for its handling of racist insults directed at Sulley Muntari, reports the BBC.
It is reported that Milan have agreed personal terms with Wolfsburg defender Ricardo Rodriguez.
It is reported that Stefano Pioli is the favourite to replace Paulo Sousa as Coach of Fiorentina.
Claudio Gentile says Juventus' Champions League semi-final second leg with Monaco tonight is 'a formality.'
Lazio President Claudio Lotito will reportedly offer Keita Balde Diao a new contract worth €1.5m a season.
Marco Verratti says he would like to return to play in Italy one day but adds he is happy at Paris Saint-Germain.
Gazzetta dello Sport report that Mauro Icardi's captaincy is one of a number of issues up for discussion at Inter.
Former Roma and Lazio goalkeeper Fernando Orsi says Luciano Spalletti will leave Roma for his results as much as any other reason.
Maria Sensi, wife of the former Roma President, claims “the club tried to get rid of Francesco Totti from the start, but he should’ve retired last year.”
The Corriere dello Sport claims Milan want Roberto Mancini for next season, while Vincenzo Montella is heading to Roma and Luciano Spalletti to Inter.
Djibril Sidibé assures Monaco “don’t fear the Juventus Stadium atmosphere” and believe they can turn the Champions League semi-final around.
The changes to the Serie A schedule for Week 37 have been confirmed, including Napoli-Fiorentina and Lazio-Inter.
Today's front page headlines in English from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Vincenzo Montella insists “I know Silvio Berlusconi’s thoughts perfectly” and that Milan’s former owner “will always remain our President”.

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