NEWS

Reports say the coming weeks will be decisive for Milan as Sinisa Mihajlovic’s future is decided and a deadline is set for Mr Bee’s investment.
Francesco Totti’s desire to keep playing could see him leave Roma for LA Galaxy, say reports.
Inter will reportedly attempt to sign Sassuolo’s Domenico Berardi this summer, despite Juventus’ agreement for a deal.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Manchester City strolled through to the Champions League quarter-finals, but Atletico Madrid needed sudden death penalties to eliminate PSV Eindhoven.
Rudi Garcia’s girlfriend has inadvertently confirmed the ex-Roma Coach is in talks to replace Gary Neville at Valencia.
Andrea Ranocchia is unsure of his future between Sampdoria and Inter, but “would be crazy not to think about Euro 2016.”
Giuseppe Rossi “won’t rule out a return to Fiorentina” after the loan spell at Levante, said his agent.
Gian Piero Gasperini has no interest in the Italy job “for now,” but praised Antonio Conte for “rehabilitating” the Nazionale.
Khouma Babacar’s agent denies reports of a bust-up with Paulo Sousa, but won’t commit his future to Fiorentina.
Juventus will reportedly earn an extra €12.5m if they reach the Champions League quarter-finals.
Andrea Bertolacci assures Milan “have not given up” on their Serie A season, but the Coppa Italia Final is crucial.
Atletico Madrid director Caminero admits they “know Mauro Icardi, a great player,” but won’t be drawn on the Inter striker’s future.
Alvaro Morata, Mario Mandzukic and Juan Cuadrado could start in a 4-3-3 formation for Juventus against Bayern Munich.
Sergej Milinkovic-Savic “can be compared to Paul Pogba and in a few years can play for Real Madrid or Barcelona,” said the Lazio midfielder’s agent.
Italy legend Tarcisio Burgnich wants “shameful” Antonio Conte to be replaced before Euro 2016 after announcing his exit.
Coach Edy Reja pledged he’ll “work for free” next season if Atalanta beat Bologna on Sunday.
Italian sources claim Chelsea are in talks with Roma director of sport Walter Sabatini to join Antonio Conte’s staff.
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio described the type of “leader” Italy want to replace Antonio Conte after Euro 2016.
Napoli midfielder Allan “doesn’t earn much” and would be open to an offer from England, said his agent.
Max Allegri explained the decision to not risk Paulo Dybala, but Juventus “are not weakened” against Bayern Munich.
Gigi Buffon said Juventus must “have a less fearful approach” to Bayern Munich than in the first leg and put injuries aside.
Manchester United have joined Chelsea and Barcelona in their interest for versatile Roma star Alessandro Florenzi.
Arjen Robben is reportedly a doubt to feature for Bayern Munich against Juventus after coming down with flu.
Phillip Lahm warns Bayern Munich “can’t afford any mistakes” against Juventus tomorrow.
Arrigo Sacchi believes Napoli pipping Juventus to the Scudetto would represent “a masterpiece”.
Davide Ballardini is “grateful” to Maurizio Zamparini and discusses “crafty” Massimo Cellino.
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio will “always be grateful” to Antonio Conte and “money has nothing to do” with his decision to stand down as Italy CT.
Pep Guardiola admits he doesn’t know what to expect from Juventus, but he envies their defensive strength.
Bayern Munich Coach Pep Guardiola warns Juventus are still “a very strong team” despite an injury crisis.
Pep Guardiola admits tomorrow’s Bayern Munich-Juventus game “is like a final for both teams”.
Franck Ribery calls his Bayern Munich teammate Manuel Neuer the best goalkeeper in the world but Juventus’ Gigi Buffon “is among the best”.
Robert Lewandowski admits there are “always problems” against Italian teams, ahead of Bayern Munich-Juventus.
Franck Ribery confirms Bayern Munich won’t play for a draw against Juventus - “we always want to win games”.
Robert Lewandowski calls Juventus “a top team”, and warns Bayern Munich “have to be careful”.