Today's front-page headlines from Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Clarence Seedorf explained his tactical switch against Inter and an “emotional” 1-0 Milan Derby victory.
Walter Mazzarri concedes Inter were poor in their 1-0 defeat to Milan. “We weren’t ourselves, the tension got to us.”
Nigel De Jong dedicated the Milan Derby winner to Coach Clarence Seedorf and believes in Europe.
A rare Nigel De Jong header gave Milan some bragging rights over Inter and all three points in the Derby della Madonnina.
Francesco Guidolin was pleased with Udinese's scintillating first half, but Davide Nicola rued distractions.
Roberto Donadoni is proud of Parma's Euro challenge, but Sinisa Mihajlovic concedes Sampdoria were AWOL.
Gian Piero Gasperini admits Bologna were more motivated and Davide Ballardini wanted all three points.
Eugenio Corini cursed the own goal, but Giampiero Ventura is getting more ambitious.
Maurizio Pellegrino assured Catania fans their comeback isn't over yet, but Rudi Garcia got everything wrong.
Adriano Galliani studiously avoided answering a direct question on whether Clarence Seedorf will be Milan Coach next season.
Ciro Esposito, the Napoli fan shot by a Roma ultra, underwent surgery today and his mother has “forgiven” the shooter.
Mario Balotelli, Ricky Kaka and Adel Taarabt face Rodrigo Palacio, Mauro Icardi and Hernanes in the Milan Derby.
Milan assistant manager Mauro Tassotti wants to “give some satisfaction to the fans” against rivals Inter.
Francesco Totti complimented Juventus on their Scudetto and gave his view on the Coppa Italia Final debacle.
Gigi Buffon is one of the few Juventus players with experience of winning a title without playing. “It’s different, but still wonderful.”
Beppe Marotta gave Antonio Conte much of the credit for a third consecutive Juventus Scudetto and will try to keep Paul Pogba.
Giorgio Chiellini hailed a “record-breaking Scudetto” for Juventus, even though it was his first won in front of a TV.
Carlos Tevez revealed “incredible tension” in the Juventus camp as they watched Roma lose on television.
Rudi Garcia admits he “did not expect a performance like this” from Roma, as a 4-1 defeat to Catania handed Juventus the title.
Torino plunged Chievo into crisis and maintained their Euro status with Parma, while Udinese thrashed Livorno 5-3.
Juventus have mathematically won a third consecutive Scudetto, as Roma were crushed 4-1 in Catania.
This afternoon in Sicily we could see Roma mathematically hand the Scudetto to Juventus or Catania go to Serie B.
Torino are wearing special jerseys today to mark the anniversary of the Superga tragedy, which killed the Grande Torino team.
There are reports Juventus and Chile midfielder Arturo Vidal has decided to have knee surgery before the World Cup.
Rome police confirmed the shooter ahead of last night’s Coppa Italia Final, but insist they “never negotiated” with ultras.
Pepe Reina said he hopes the Coppa Italia can be “the first of many trophies” and hinted he’ll stay at Napoli.
FIGC President Giancarlo Abete warned “football is a victim as ultras have an unacceptable role in some stadiums.”
According to Tuttosport, Juventus have already agreed terms with Manchester United and Nani for a summer move.
Roberto Mancini warns Mario Balotelli “still needs time” to become a true star ahead of tonight’s Milan Derby.
Antonio Conte prepares the Scudetto party in Juventus-Atalanta, but inevitably was shocked by the Coppa Italia Final chaos.
More details are emerging on what exactly happened before the Coppa Italia Final, as a Roman shot three Napoli fans.
Injured Gonzalo Higuain “did the impossible to play” in Napoli’s triumphant Coppa Italia Final.
Fiorentina Coach Vincenzo Montella warned more stars will want to leave Italy after the chaotic Coppa Italia scenes.
Paulo Henrique was “sure I’d win silverware with Napoli” and within four months lifted the Coppa Italia.