NEWS

Arturo Vidal could make his return for Juventus against Borussia Dortmund, while Ciro Immobile will hope to get some playing time.
Barcelona sporting director Ariedo Braida may fly to Turin tomorrow to watch Juventus' Paul Pogba against Borussia Dortmund.
Roma midfielder Alessandro Florenzi may not play in Thursday's return leg against Feyenoord due to a sprained left ankle.
Fiorentina, Lazio and Atalanta are all eyeing Chievo's Ervin Zukanovic, say reports.
Roma are reportedly considering Atalanta's Davide Zappacosta for the summer, but the way to Torino's Matteo Darmian is blocked by Fiorentina.
Inter and Roma are expecting an update in the Financial Fair Play investigation that involves them and may be sanctioned, say reports.
President Giampietro Manenti says he won't leave Parma, and that Sunday's game against Udinese should not have been cancelled.
A friendly between Italy and Holland may be organised, with revenue used to repay the damage caused by Feyenoord hooligans in Rome.
Milan's Mattia Destro says he had no choice but to leave Roma, as his former side struggles in his absence.
Striker Mattia Destro says he is 'still adapting' to Milan's gameplay, but he's never lost faith in his abilities.
Former Roma doctor Mario Brozzi sees ‘no way out’ for Kevin Strootman after his injury, and speculates the player's surgery 'did not go perfectly'.
Former President Tommaso Ghirardi blames Parma's breakdown on provisional owner Rezart Taci, alleging that he did not follow up financial guarantees.
Fiorentina defender Stefan Savic could be a long-term target for Barcelona, say reports in Italy today.
Milan forward Mattia Destro says he wants to score ‘every Sunday’ and against as many teams as he can.
Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly looking to swoop on Roma target Bubacar Djaló, dubbed the ‘new Paul Pogba’.
Mayor Federico Pizzarotti blames the FIGC for the Parma crisis as President Carlo Tavecchio promises the club will play the rest of the season.
Borussia Dortmund defender Sokratis Papastathopoulos admits Juventus are the ‘strongest in Italy’, but sees their Champions League odds as ’50-50’.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero invites his Serie A counterparts to join in an effort to save Parma's ‘heroes’.
Parma captain Alessandro Lucarelli vents his frustration, saying President Giampietro Manenti made false promises.
Arsenal reportedly join the fray for Juventus' Paul Pogba along with Real Madrid and Manchester United.
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Giampiero Ventura felt Torino “deserved” their draw at Fiorentina and wasted chances to win.
Vincenzo Montella confessed to Fiorentina “regrets” after fumbling a lead and missing a penalty against Torino.
Giuseppe Vives wiped out a Mohamed Salah goal within 120 seconds and Khouma Babacar’s penalty was parried as Torino held Fiorentina.
Eusebio Di Francesco warns Sassuolo that Napoli will attack in a different way without Gonzalo Higuain.
Gianfranco Zola said tomorrow night’s game with Inter is “fundamental” for Cagliari considering other results.
Rolando Maran thinks Chievo lost 3-0 at Empoli because “for the first time we lacked concentration.”
Maurizio Sarri tips Daniele Rugani to be a big success at Juventus after he scored in Empoli’s win over Chievo.
Alessio Cerci’s girlfriend stirred up controversy by criticising Milan Coach Pippo Inzaghi’s decisions.
Beppe Iachini felt Palermo “could’ve taken away important points” from their 2-1 defeat to Lazio.
Fiorentina have the chance to close on Champions League places, but face a Torino side unbeaten in 11.
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Stefano Pioli praised Lazio’s spirit against Palermo and joked about Antonio Candreva’s celebratory injury.
Roma director Walter Sabatini ignored Scudetto questions and discussed why Mattia Destro left for Milan.
Samir Handanovic is out of Inter’s trip to Cagliari tomorrow night due to a bruised ankle.

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