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Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Gigi Buffon insists Juventus “can fight it out with anyone” in the Champions League after beating Manchester City twice.
Manuel Pellegrini felt Juventus “had luck” in their two victories over Manchester City and still hopes to top the group.
Alex Sandro said “you can feel the confidence growing in the locker room” after Juventus beat Manchester City.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta credited “the team and Max Allegri” with their victory over Manchester City.
Max Allegri reveals he made his tactical decisions for Manchester City “two days ago,” as Juventus qualify for the next round.
Manchester City captain Yaya Toure believes “Juventus were lucky” to beat them twice in the Champions League.
Claudio Marchisio warned the Champions League “is the competition that matters most in the world” to Juventus.
Mario Mandzukic’s early volley proved enough for Juventus to beat Manchester City 1-0 and reach the Champions League Last 16.
Carpi will be without Igor Bubnjic for the rest of the season after a knee ligament injury.
Serie B side Livorno have sacked Christian Panucci and brought in Bortolo Mutti. “I am bitter,” confessed the ex-Coach.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta said dropping Alvaro Morata against Manchester City was “a decision pondered carefully.”
Manuel Pellegrini said winning away to Juventus and topping the group “would be a big statement” for Manchester City.
Omar El Kaddouri pointed out “Muslims hate what is happening” after terror alerts forced Club Brugge-Napoli behind closed doors.
Maurizio Sarri confirmed his starting trident attack for Napoli against Club Brugge, but “it’s sad to play behind closed doors.”
Juventus start Paulo Dybala, Mario Mandzukic and Paul Pogba against Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero and Kevin De Bruyne.
Inter have won their FIFA arbitration case against Sunderland, revealed Ricky Alvarez’s father.
Juventus go head to head with Manchester City for top spot in their Champions League group and a ticket to the Last 16.
Nenad Tomovic warns Fiorentina want to be “back in Basel for the Europa League Final, but made life difficult for ourselves.”
Juventus are expected to field a 3-5-2 system against Manchester City tonight, but Alvaro Morata and Juan Cuadrado could be dropped.
Felipe Anderson is out of Lazio’s Europa League match with Dnipro due to a neck problem.
Paulo Sousa assured his old club Basel are “an adversary, not an enemy” and explained why Fiorentina dropped Mario Suarez.
Torino have extended the contracts of Cesare Bovo, Emiliano Moretti, Alessandro Gazzi and Giuseppe Vives.
Gigi Del Neri names Napoli as Scudetto favourites, but isn’t ruling out his former club Juventus.
Napoli goalkeeper Rafael wants to be allowed to leave on loan in January, according to his agent.
Palermo’s Franco Vazquez is “happy” for former teammate Paulo Dybala, who joined Juventus this summer.
Basel Coach Urs Fischer believes Fiorentina are “under pressure” ahead of their Europa League meeting.
Alessandro Matri admits Lazio lack “confidence” but the situation is “not as bad as it’s been painted”.
Lazio Coach Stefano Pioli wants to see improvement from his side - “we want to get out of this situation”.
Inter target Marko Grujic “can’t leave before the end of August” Red Star’s sporting director announces.
Jelle Vossen admits Club Brugge will find it difficult with no fans against Napoli but “it’s 11 v 11”.
Club Brugge Coach Michel Preud’homme insists Napoli rotation “won’t bring down their level of quality”.
Former Roma midfielder Zbigniew Boniek slams his old side, for their “humiliation” against Barcelona.
Cesare Prandelli feels his old side Fiorentina are still in the Scudetto race, despite a draw with Empoli.
Mario Suarez has been left out of the Fiorentina squad to face Basel, but Borja Valero is included.

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