NEWS

Udinese Coach Francesco Guidolin has warned his side against complacency ahead of their weekend game with Atalanta.
Massimo Cellino and Gulf Finance House have been issued with another set of questions regarding their proposed takeover of Leeds United, according to the Yorkshire Evening Post.
Lazio defender Stefan Radu insists his team are itching to respond to their defeat at Catania and have learned from their mistakes.
Lazio Coach Edy Reja admits that young midfielder Felipe Anderson is currently lacking in confidence but insists he has every faith in the player.
Gianfranco Zola has played down speculation linking him with the coaching position at Cagliari.
Juventus defender Angelo Ogbonna says his side have improved defensively from earlier in the season following a change of formation.
Juventus Coach Antonio Conte has refused to discuss his long term future in Italy after his public row with Fabio Capello.
Liverpool are eyeing up a potential summer swoop for Udinese forward Luis Muriel, according to British newspaper The Express.
Zenit St Petersburg defender Domenico Criscito has admitted that he would like to return to Genoa one day.
Cesare Prandelli has warned Mario Balotelli that he needs to ‘find a seriousness’ if he’s to become one of the greats.
Genoa goalkeeper Mattia Perin has admitted that it would be difficult for a gay player to come out in Italy.
Borja Valero has signed a contract extension with Fiorentina, tying himself to the club until 2018, it has been revealed.
Pepe Reina would be happy staying at Napoli beyond the end of the season, he’s admitted.
Atletico Madrid youngster Koke has insisted that the atmosphere at San Siro will not faze his side.
Serie A leader Maurizio Beretta has admitted that the League has to change the way it punishes clubs for territorial discrimination.
Costa Rica Coach Jorge Luis Pinto has praised a number of Italian players as his country prepares to play the Azzurri.
The FIGC will put forward Rome as Italy’s entrant to host the pan-European 2020 European Championships.
Inter will bolster their attacking options this summer, and have two targets in mind according to reports.
Torino sporting director Gianluca Petrachi claims that the club are doing so well this season because of four men.
Milan director Adriano Galliani has claimed that as long as he’s at the club, Pippo Inzaghi is going nowhere.
Cagliari sporting director Nicola Salerno has insisted that the ‘uproar is over’ after Ivo Pulga was sacked on Tuesday.
Today's front-page headlines from Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Barcelona and PSG have a foot in the Champions League quarter-final after victories away to Manchester City and Bayer Leverkusen.
Giorgio Chiellini believes “the Juventus Stadium makes the difference” as they host Trabzonspor in the Europa League.
Lucio launched an astonishing attack on former Inter teammate Marco Materazzi. “He’s repressed, nasty and tried to hurt opponents.”
Atletico Madrid captain Gabi assures they have “a great deal of respect for Milan” ahead of tomorrow’s match.
Roma will have the two Curve and the Distinti Sud section closed against Inter after more anti-Neapolitan chants.
In a bizarre turnaround, Ivo Pulga has gone from potential Cagliari Coach to sacked from their staff.
Giovanni Trapattoni told off Antonio Conte and Fabio Capello for being “hyper-sensitive to criticism.”
Atletico Madrid Coach Diego Simeone insists his men “do not feel like favourites” against Milan in the Champions League.
Paul Pogba revealed why Sir Alex Ferguson provided a key moment, what Antonio Conte told him and why he’d like to be in David Beckham’s brain.
Clarence Seedorf has named his 19-man Milan squad for tomorrow’s Champions League tie with Atletico Madrid.
Fabio Capello insists he “has nothing against” Antonio Conte after the two men traded insults through the media.
Roma right-back Douglas Maicon has been diagnosed with a first degree lesion to the left thigh muscle.
Pepe Reina and Gonzalo Higuain are in the Napoli squad flying to Swansea for the Europa League.

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