NEWS

Roberto Mancini was “satisfied overall” with Inter’s performance against Juventus, even though “we fell away after the break.”
Edy Reja insists Atalanta “were afraid of Carpi” despite the crushing 3-0 victory.
Claudio Marchisio feels a 0-0 draw away to Inter is “a good result” for Juventus and still believes in the Scudetto.
Marcelo Brozovic and Sami Khedira hit the woodwork, as Inter and Juventus shared a goalless draw.
Beppe Iachini felt relieved that Palermo ended their four-match losing streak against Bologna.
Roberto Stellone complimented Frosinone for their “deserved victory” against Sampdoria.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta confirms they “rejected formal proposals from top clubs for Paul Pogba.”
Rolando Maran was stunned by Chievo’s 3-2 defeat against 10-man Genoa. “It really hurts to lose like this.”
Mauro Icardi, Ivan Perisic and Stevan Jovetic face Alvaro Morata, Simone Zaza and Paul Pogba in the Derby d’Italia.
There’s so much at stake in the Derby d’Italia, as Inter can go top, Juventus need to stay in the title race and there’s historic rivalry.
Gian Piero Gasperini celebrated 10-man Genoa’s “incredible” 3-2 victory over Chievo in stoppages.
Eusebio Di Francesco told Sassuolo to “enjoy the moment” after seeing off Lazio for fourth place.
Delio Rossi insists Bologna “gave our all” against Palermo, but Roberto Donadoni or Cesare Prandelli could replace him.
Marek Hamsik complimented Fiorentina on their performance, but Napoli “sent a signal” by beating the leaders.
Josip Ilicic admits “Napoli played better than Fiorentina,” but still expects an impressive Serie A season.
Maurizio Sarri remains “a realist” about Napoli’s Scudetto chances even after they beat leaders Fiorentina 2-1.
Paulo Sousa felt “individual errors cost us” as Fiorentina fell 2-1 to Napoli, “but I am happy with the performance.”
Lazio Coach Stefano Pioli struggled to accept their 2-1 defeat to Sassuolo. “It was not a penalty.”
Gonzalo Higuain warned “there’s a long way to go” before Napoli can win the Scudetto, but glad they beat leaders Fiorentina.
Sassuolo shocked Lazio and catch them in the table, while Genoa won a five-goal thriller with Chievo and Atalanta scored from a corner.
Napoli won the big showdown at the San Paolo and took down surprise Serie A leaders Fiorentina 2-1.
It’s reported Juventus finally have their first choice midfield, while Inter could start 18-year-old Rey Manaj.
Franco Vazquez gave Palermo a sorely-needed victory at the Stadio Dall’Ara, which leaves Bologna rooted in last place.
Lorenzo Insigne and Gonzalo Higuain face Nikola Kalinic and Borja Valero in what’s sure to be a spectacular Napoli-Fiorentina.
Lazio have Miroslav Klose back in the starting XI as they visit high-flying Sassuolo in a fight for third place.
Follow all the action as it happens from the six Serie A afternoon games, including an unexpected title clash between Napoli and Fiorentina.
Etihad Airways have denied they are in talks with Inter for a five-year sponsorship deal worth €125m.
Diego Milito trusts Inter can beat Juventus and take the Scudetto with Mauro Icardi “following in my footsteps.”
Paolo Rossi thinks tonight’s trip to Inter “is the last chance saloon” for Juventus, but he tips Napoli and Fiorentina for the title.
Milan winger Alessio Cerci said jeers from Torino fans were “like a stab in the back.”
The referee for Roma’s Champions League match with Bayer Leverkusen is Hungarian Victor Kassai.
The Euro 2016 play-offs are Bosnia v Ireland, Norway v Hungary, Ukraine-Slovenia and the Scandinavian derby Denmark v Sweden.
Both Coaches risk the sack as Bologna and Palermo face off in the lunchtime game with Mattia Destro versus Alberto Gilardino.
Lorenzo Insigne’s father Carmine got a special tattoo to commemorate his son’s brace for Napoli against Milan.
Inter and Roma face competition from Tottenham and Fenerbahce for Valencia winger Sofiane Feghouli.