Today's front-page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Former Inter Coach Jose Mourinho says it is difficult to draw comparisons between himself and Atletico Madrid counterpart Diego Simeone.
Former Inter and Italy player Beppe Bergomi has given his opinion on Fiorentina’s season to date.
Former Inter defender Marco Materazzi has reflected on being part of the Nerazzurri’s treble winning side in 2010.
Inter defender Juan Jesus is unhappy he has not received an apology after sustaining knee ligament damage during his side’s match with Bologna.
Cagliari sporting director Nicola Salerno says his side are not safe yet despite their recent victory over Genoa.
Fabio Cannavaro says he wants to one day return to his homeland in order to coach a Serie A team.
Benfica Coach Jorge Jesus has called on his side to focus on their Europa League semi-final against Juventus.
Napoli’s Marek Hamsik regrets the fact that his side failed to score a second goal while on top against Udinese.
Ex-Inter Coach Mircea Lucescu believes both Milan clubs need time in order to turn their fortunes around.
Federico Bernardeschi admits he faces a difficult task to force his way into Fiorentina’s first team next season.
Juventus Coach Antonio Conte is reportedly one of several candidates being lined up by Manchester United to take charge at Old Trafford next season.
River Plate President Rodolfo D’Onforio has admitted that the club could be tempted into selling Manuel Lanzini.
Fabrizio Ravanelli has claimed that Roma have been a ‘revelation’ this season, and believes that they can challenge Juventus next term.
Fabio Capello has confirmed that he will retire from the game after the 2018 World Cup.
Rumours continue to abound that Alvaro Morata will move to Inter, but new stories claim that Mauro Icardi could go the other way.
Bosnia national team boss Safet Susic has revealed that he wants Miralem Pjanic and Senad Lulic with him before the end of the season.
Antonio Nocerino and Pablo Armero will stay at West Ham once their loans end in the summer, but the news isn’t so good for Marco Borriello.
Mirko Vucinic looks set to leave Juventus in the summer, with Greek champions Olympiakos the latest team to register an interest.
Antonio Sanabria has revealed the reasons behind his move from Barcelona to Roma, admitting it was ‘for the good of myself and my family’.
Rudi Garcia will be targeted by Paris Saint-Germain in the summer, according to reports in the Italian Press.
Malaga sporting director Mario Armando Husillos believes that Oleksandr Iakovenko would love to leave Fiorentina.
Reports in the British Press this afternoon claim that Tottenham playmaker Christian Eriksen could be set for a switch to Serie A.
Stephan El Shaarawy has returned to training with the Milan first team after several months out with a foot injury.
Inter target Fernando Torres says he is looking only game by game into his future at Chelsea, but also acknowledges he still has a two-year contract.
Gaetano Fontana believes that Napoli’s shortcomings this year centre on a selection of reserves that do not match up to the first team.
Sepp Blatter has made clear his position on the continued debate of further help for referees with television replays.
Oscar Tabarez suggests it is not unreasonable to list Uruguay’s task against Costa Rica, England and Italy as the World Cup’s ‘Group of Death’.
Napoli are in for Thomas Vermaelen, says the player’s agent, but they are not the only team interested and have to wait until after the World Cup.
CONI President Giovanni Malago has labelled this Serie A season as ‘below par’ beyond Juventus and Roma, saying that something must be changed.
Cristian Tello is seen in Spain as still open to an exit from Barcelona this summer, with a move to Italy not ruled out.
A FIFA agent has suggested Juventus’ key concern this summer won’t be Paul Pogba or Claudio Marchisio, but Antonio Conte.
Nigel de Jong has considered that the sacrifices he has had to make to become a professional footballer have all been worth it.
Paul Pogba says he has yet to discuss his future at Juventus beyond the end of this season, as he comments that: “PSG are a great club.”
Today's front-page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.