NEWS

Sinisa Mihajlovic trusts Torino can “cause huge problems” for Roma on Sunday after the Giallorossi swept Villarreal aside 4-0.
Leonardo explained the frightening scenario ahead of the 1998 World Cup Final when Ronaldo had convulsions in the team hotel.
Leonardo reveals he was ready to work at Roma and again Inter, but “they made other choices. It was Adriano Galliani to turned me into a Coach.”
Yet another problem has emerged with the Stadio della Roma project, as well as one critic saying he’ll “urge ISIS to put a bomb under it.”
Fiorentina are preparing to lock down Federico Bernardeschi to a new contract with €70m release clause.
Multiple reports suggest Ricardo Rodriguez has pledged to join Inter next season, but Wolfsburg want €22m for the full-back.
La Gazzetta dello Sport claims the necessary €320m has been raised in Hong Kong and Milan are on track for the closing on March 3.
Gian Piero Gasperini warned Crotone “are anything but resigned to their fate” ahead of today’s game, as Atalanta push for Europe.
The FIGC announced it is ready to implement VAR technology in Serie A from September if given the all-clear by FIFA.
Today's front page headlines in English from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Juventus Coach Max Allegri insists the Scudetto is still a long way off - “63 points is barely enough for the Europa League”.
Massimiliano Allegri warns “Juventus have not become favourites for the Champions League” ahead of the Porto match.
Diego Lopez laments the “individual mistakes” which hurt Palermo in their defeat to Juventus.
Juventus Coach Max Allegri dismisses links to Arsenal - “you all say that, I just listen…”
Massimiliano Allegri criticises Juventus’ first half against Palermo but “it’s one game less to winning the Scudetto”.
Paulo Dybala believes Juventus “didn’t play very well” against Palermo and warns “we must change our attitude”.
Juventus moved 10 points clear at the top of Serie A with a 4-1 win over Palermo, with Paulo Dybala's double.
Juventus general manager Giuseppe Marotta admits it’s “utopian” to think of signing Paris Saint-Germain’s Marco Verratti.
Andrea Rispoli admits Palermo must “count on team unity rather than individual quality” to stop Juventus.
Mauro Icardi says it’s an “honour” to captain Inter after Javier Zanetti, and declares “I love this team”.
Marko Pjaca starts for Juventus against Palermo, but it’s not clear if it’s 4-3-3 or 4-2-3-1.
Miralem Pjanic says “playing for Juventus is a real privilege” but admits “I miss the sun in Rome”.
Iker Casillas acknowledges “Juventus are favourites” against Porto but “bravery can overcome individual ability”.
Udinese have officially announced that Francesco Lodi has left the club by mutual consent.
Alessandro Florenzi’s surgeon says the Roma players’s relapse was “unlucky”.
Despite claims Ricardo Rodriguez had agreed a deal with Inter, it’s now reported there is disagreement over wages.
Empoli Coach Giovanni Martusciello warns “Lazio are stronger than Inter” ahead of their match tomorrow.
Simone Inzaghi is “proud” of his young Lazio players, but warns they must show “the right cynicism to close out matches”.
Marko Pjaca will reportedly be Juventus’ No 10 against Palermo on Friday as Medhi Benatia will start in Serie A for the first time since November.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini claims Juventus “pulled out” of negotiations to sign Robin Quaison in January.
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi has given a vote of confidence to his Coach Ivan Juric following the Grifone’s poor run of form.
Argentina boss Edgardo Bauza says Mauro Icardi “won’t be called up yet”, although the Inter striker “can be at any other time”.
Giovanni Trapattoni and Roberto Mancini are reportedly candidates for the South Africa job after the departure of Shakes Mashaba.
Stefano Pioli admits Inter cannot afford to slip up against Bologna on Sunday as “this game is worth so much”.
Roma’s Alessandro Florenzi is facing a further five months out after undergoing knee surgery on Friday to correct a second ligament tear.

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