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Kevin De Bruyne’s agent hints at the possibility of a Juventus move, describing them as a ‘fantastic club’.
Roma’s Ultras will turn up at Stadio Olimpico on Sunday, despite the fact the Curva Sud will be closed for the visit of Atalanta.
Juventus winger Simone Pepe says their Champions League dream is ‘taking shape’, but there’s still a long way to go.
Inter defender Andrea Ranocchia says Nerazzurri will aim for Europe ‘as long as it’s mathematically possible’.
Luca Banti is the referee entrusted with Sunday’s Derby della Madonnina, as the Week 31 officials are announced.
Barbara Berlusconi says Milan’s stadium plans are ‘a great project’, but won’t be drawn on rumours of a sale.
Milan’s joint-CEO Adriano Galliani has thrown his backing behind Filippo Inzaghi, calling him a ‘great Coach’.
Napoli midfielder Marek Hamsik says Rafa Benitez ‘knows how to win’, and looks forward to ‘even more victories’.
Lazio’s Antonio Candreva dismisses Roma, describing the Aquile shirt as ‘the symbol of this city’.
Juventus target Edinson Cavani has ruled out a transfer, insisting that he’ll stay with Paris Saint-Germain.
Inter director Piero Ausilio confirms they’re interested in Paulo Dybala but says he may be too expensive.
It’s reported that Carlos Tevez will join Boca Juniors at the end of the season, having asked to leave Juventus.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini says a deal to sell Paulo Dybala will be agreed ‘by the end of April.’
Milan defender Luca Antonelli says they’ll ‘try to win every game’ between now and the end of the season, starting with Sunday’s derby.
Inter Coach Roberto Mancini plays down Europa League talk, and describes an intimate encounter with Liam Gallagher.
Today's front page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Barcelona crushed PSG 3-1 in France, while Porto tore Bayern Munich apart 3-1 in the Champions League quarter-finals.
Javier Zanetti trusts Inter will be back on top next season, the “intention” is to keep their stars and reveals his toughest marking job.
Genoa believe in Europa League qualification, said assistant manager Tullio Grittiche after beating Parma.
Roberto Donadoni confessed Parma “lacked energy and belief” in their 2-0 defeat to Genoa.
Empoli and Coach Maurizio Sarri have introduced drone technology into their training sessions.
Parma’s mini-revival came to an end at Marassi, as Genoa ran out 2-0 winners in this rescheduled game.
Felipe Anderson insisted Lazio will face Juventus “with heads held high” in Serie A and the Coppa Italia.
Roma President James Pallotta assured there are “zero discussions" on sacking Rudi Garcia and is excited by the new stadium project.
Rafa Benitez admits he tried to buy three Wolfsburg players for Napoli and it’ll be “difficult” against them.
Lorenzo Insigne is glad to be facing Wolfsburg and did not protest Napoli’s forced training retreat.
Roma President James Pallotta interacted with fans, pledging to “get rid of people who don’t act as supporters.”
Napoli are being heavily linked with Jurgen Klopp, having already tried to sign him instead of Rafa Benitez.
Dynamo Kiev Coach Serhiy Rebrov hopes Fiorentina will be “tired” and more likely to concede with three at the back.
Wolfsburg defender Naldo warns Gonzalo Higuain won’t be the only danger man for Napoli tomorrow.
Parma aim for another huge upset as they go into this rescheduled game against Genoa’s new trident attack.
Wolfsburg Coach Dieter Hecking says Napoli will be a tougher test than Inter, who they beat in the last Europa League round.
Lazio Coach Stefano Pioli warns they ‘haven’t achieved anything yet’, but says they’ll try to beat Juventus on Saturday.
Vincenzo Montella says both his goalkeepers are ‘not in top physical condition’, so he has some advice for Dynamo Kiev.
Fiorentina Coach Vincenzo Montella says his side’s recent poor form is a mental issue, not a physical one.

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