Pippo Inzaghi felt Milan “deserved to win” against Sampdoria, but admitted Europe is increasingly unlikely.
Sinisa Mihajlovic said Sampdoria “lacked character” against Milan, but he “hasn’t decided” on his future.
President Massimo Ferrero warned Sampdoria Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic that “nobody is irreplaceable.”
Nigel de Jong’s deflected overhead kick cancelled out a Roberto Soriano strike, but a 1-1 draw does little to help Milan or Sampdoria.
Monaco named their squad for the Champions League quarter-final with Juventus, including Jeremy Toulalan.
Adriano Galliani revealed Sampdoria striker Samuel Eto’o “was a millimetre away from Milan” this summer.
Serie B side Virtus Entella have appointed Alfredo Aglietti as their new Coach after sacking Luca Prina.
Nigel de Jong said Milan have “faith” going into tonight’s crunch match with Sampdoria.
Milan absolutely must beat Sampdoria to stay in the European race, but a win would put Sinisa Mihajlovic’s men in fourth.
Lazio midfielder Marco Parolo has fractured a rib, while Stefan de Vrij sprained his knee.
Follow the build-up and action as it happens in tonight’s European qualification clash between Milan and Sampdoria.
Eusebio Di Francesco felt Sassuolo paid the price for “incidents” in a balanced game with Atalanta.
Beppe Iachini felt Palermo played just as well recently, but against Udinese they were “more clinical.”
Edy Reja hopes today’s 2-1 victory over Sassuolo “can give Atalanta confidence” in the race for safety.
Andrea Stramaccioni told Udinese they “need to change tack fast” after a humiliating defeat to Palermo.
Giampiero Ventura said Torino played an “extremely intelligent” game to hold Roma 1-1.
Napoli continue a Press silence and only suspend the training retreat for one night after crushing Fiorentina 3-0.
Vincenzo Montella confessed he is “worried” by Fiorentina’s sudden downturn in form, beaten 3-0 by Napoli.
Stefano Pioli warned Lazio “it’s not over yet” after flying past Roma into second with a 4-0 demolition of Empoli.
Rudi Garcia felt Roma had a “good performance” against Torino and isn’t concerned at being overtaken by Lazio.
Napoli got their first win in a month, making short work of Fiorentina despite a ‘phantom goal’ being missed.
Lazio crushed Empoli 4-0 to leapfrog Roma into second after a 1-1 draw at Torino, while Napoli flattened Fiorentina 3-0.
Cesena had the best chances overall, but Sergio Pellissier gave Chievo victory on his 36th birthday.
Napoli were thrown into an “indefinite” training retreat by the club and failure to beat Fiorentina could spell disaster.
Roma look for a third consecutive victory and have Francesco Totti on the bench, but visit a Torino side pushing for Europe.
Follow all the Serie A Sunday afternoon action as it happens, including Napoli-Fiorentina for Europe, Roma at Torino and Lazio hosting Empoli.
Czech referee Pavel Kralovec will officiate the Champions League quarter-final between Juventus and Monaco.
Chinese investor Fu Yixiang reveals his colleagues want to buy Milan from Silvio Berlusconi and sell shares to 500,000 fans.
Director Piero Ausilio confirms Paulo Dybala “would fit into the new Inter,” but is not encouraging on Samir Handanovic.
Monaco star Moutinho points out Juventus might be favourites in the Champions League quarter-final, “but so were Arsenal.”
Cesena and Chievo face off in a relegation dogfight with Gregoire Defrel taking on Alberto Paloschi.
Serie B side Virtus Entella have sacked Coach Luca Prina after sliding into the relegation zone.
English papers claim Manchester City would hand Edin Dzeko and Samir Nasri to Juventus for Paul Pogba.
Edy Reja denies Atalanta were humiliated by a fan protest ahead of the Sassuolo game. “They fired us up.”
Mimmo Di Carlo told Cesena to “think positive” ahead of today’s relegation showdown with Chievo.