What the papers say...
Today's front-page headlines from Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Seedorf cool on Europa League
Clarence Seedorf practically confessed he’d be happy if Milan didn’t enter the Europa League, but “it’s a business strategy.”
Gasp: 'Genoa made two mistakes'
Gian Piero Gasperini felt Genoa deserved a lot more from their 2-1 defeat to Milan, but “made one mistake in each half.”
Abbiati: 'Milan proving worth'
Christian Abbiati said Milan have “showed our worth” after a third consecutive victory away to Genoa.
Milan win amid Marassi siege
Keisuke Honda’s debut Serie A goal gave Milan a 2-1 win in Genoa, though they were under siege for much of the game.
Conte: 'Title race not over yet'
Antonio Conte insists the Scudetto race is “absolutely not over” and called on Juventus fans to make themselves heard against Lyon.
Di Carlo: 'Stars make the difference'
Livorno Coach Domenico Di Carlo admits Juventus star power “made the difference” and turned his focus to Chievo.
Chiellini can see the finish line
Giorgio Chiellini saw Juventus sweep Livorno aside 2-0 and pointed out “the finish line is getting closer and closer.”
Tassotti explains Milan picks
Mauro Tassotti explained Milan’s tactical choices in tonight’s trip to Genoa, including Mario Balotelli and Daniele Bonera.
Llorente double sinks Livorno
A quick-fire Fernando Llorente double allowed Juventus to beat Livorno 2-0 and restore their eight-point lead over Roma.
Inter poach Man Utd director?
English papers claim Inter are set to poach Manchester United chief operations officer Michael Bolingbroke.
Arbeloa 'no chance' for Napoli
Alvaro Arbeloa has “no chance” of joining Napoli, said the Real Madrid defender’s agent.
Gilardino impressed by Seedorf
Alberto Gilardino faces Milan tonight and the Genoa striker is impressed with Clarence Seedorf’s work.
Milan start ex-Sampdoria striker Giampaolo Pazzini in tonight’s trip to Genoa, leaving Mario Balotelli on the bench.
Cellino 'shook up' Cagliari with sacking
Massimo Cellino sacked Coach Diego Lopez “to shake up the team,” said Cagliari director of sport Nicola Salerno.
De Laurentiis apologises to fan
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis has called the fan he manhandled in a car park to “apologise.”
Marotta: 'Juve used to pressure'
Juventus “are accustomed to being under pressure,” said director Beppe Marotta ahead of the match with Livorno.
Juventus take on desperate Livorno in the 18.00 UK time kick-off after Roma closed the gap to five points.
Mihajlovic punishes Samp
Sinisa Mihajlovic punished Sampdoria, cancelling their day off and scheduling a 7.30am training session.
Destro risks video evidence ban
Roma forward Mattia Destro risks a ban using video evidence and the FIGC confirm he could fall foul of Italy’s Code of Ethics.
Berlusconi: 'Milan worth €1bn'
Milan CEO Barbara Berlusconi insists Peter Lim hasn’t made an offer and in any case “€300m would be worth 30% of the club.”
Nani to Viola?
The agent of Manchester United winger Nani has not ruled out the prospect of his client joining Fiorentina in the near future.
Bollini praises Lazio ‘recovery’
Lazio Assistant Coach Alberto Bollini has heaped praise on his side for their recent run of form.
‘Bologna need one win’
Alessandro Diamanti believes one more win for his former Bologna teammates could be enough to keep them in Serie A.
‘Samp lacked energy’
Sampdoria’s Shkodran Mustafi says his team lacked the energy needed to mount a comeback against Lazio.
Cana ‘3000 per cent Laziale’
Lorik Cana’s father and agent has rubbished rumours linking his son with a move away from Lazio.
Matri: Goals will come
Fiorentina’s Alessandro Matri is convinced that he will soon start scoring again despite just two goals in his last 18 appearances.
Marino thanks Dea fans
Atalanta general director Pierpaolo Marino has thanked the club’s fans for their support and applause despite yesterday’s 2-0 loss to Sassuolo.
Galliani: Europe difficult
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani admits it will be difficult for his side to reach next season’s Europa League.
Pulga’s Cagliari return confirmed
Cagliari have confirmed that former Coach Ivo Pulga has returned to lead the side until the end of the season.
Hodgson: England underdogs
England Coach Roy Hodgson says his side will be up against it in this summer’s World Cup in Brazil.
Cellino looking to Zola?
The Times are reporting that Massimo Cellino is looking to install compatriot Gianfranco Zola as manager of Leeds United.
Fernandez unhappy with defeat
Napoli’s Federico Fernandez says he and his teammates are unhappy with the manner of their 1-0 defeat to Parma.
Napoli ‘to remain at San Paolo’
The mayor of Naples says that Napoli will remain at their current San Paolo home but that the ground will undergo major redevelopment.
Benatia agent: Roma meeting soon
Mehdi Benatia’s agent has claimed that he will meet with the Roma hierarchy soon to discuss his client’s future.
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