NEWS

This weekend there will be anti-racism messages read out by captains ahead of every single Serie A match.
Dino Zoff believes Juventus “are on a par with Bayern Munich” and Lazio can win the Europa League trophy.
Serie A Week 29 kicks off today with Catania-Udinese battling for Europe and Juventus travelling to giant-killers Bologna.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Livorno held Hellas Verona for a point despite going down to 10 men in the promotion showdown, while Cesena fought back to shock Reggina.
Stefano Colantuono warns Atalanta “need the perfect performance” to get the better of Napoli at the San Paolo on Sunday.
Sulley Ali Muntari insists Milan “must always target first place” rather than second in Serie A, even though they are 11 points behind Juventus.
Bottom of the table Palermo are set to miss several star players, including Fabrizio Miccoli, for Sunday’s trip to Milan.
Bologna won three on the bounce and Stefano Pioli feels “this is the right time to take on Juventus” as they clash on Saturday evening.
Bad news for Lazio, as hitman Sergio Floccari has suffered a thigh strain and might well miss out on the Derby della Capitale.
Premier League side Reading are reportedly preparing a summer offer for Palermo midfielder Jasmin Kurtic.
Lothar Matthaus claims that “if Juventus beat Bayern Munich, then they’ll win the Champions League” after their quarter-final draw.
Cristian Ledesma is “pleased” that Lazio drew Turkish side Fenerbahce in the Europa League quarter-finals.
Andrea Ranocchia believes Inter’s 4-1 victory over Tottenham can “give us an important psychological push” to face Sampdoria.
The changes to the Serie A fixture list from Week 30 to 32 have been announced, including Inter-Lazio on Saturday afternoon and Roma-Lazio on a Monday.
Genoa goalkeeper Sebastien Frey is out of Sunday’s match against his former club Fiorentina after picking up an injury.
Former Milan and Inter Coach Leonardo asked his Italian TV presenter girlfriend to marry him live on air. “He’s gone crazy!”
Martin Caceres, Arturo Vidal and Paolo De Ceglie are all back in the Juventus squad to face Bologna on Saturday evening.
Francesco Guidolin has admitted that Catania are deservedly ahead of his Udinese side in the standings, as the two prepare to face each other on Saturday.
Nicklas Bendtner's agent has claimed that the Juventus striker has been in contact with several Italian and Russian clubs regarding a move in the summer.
Inter and Monaco will fight it out for the signature of Olympique Lyonnais forward Lisandro Lopez, according to reports in France.
Juventus boss Antonio Conte has called his side's Champions League quarter-final with Bayern Munich 'a challenging fixture'.
Tottenham goalkeeper Brad Friedel has insisted that an educational change needs to take place in Italy, or problems with racism will persist.
Bayern Munich man Toni Kroos has claimed that 'only Barcelona' would have been a tougher draw than Juventus.
Roma goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg has admitted that he is happy with his current form at the club.
Vladimir Petkovic has claimed that Fenerbache are a 'very strong team' as his Lazio side prepare to face the Turkish club.
Catania boss Rolando Maran has claimed that his side can 'continue to dream' about European qualification if they beat Udinese.
Bastian Schweinsteiger has highlighted the threat posed by Andrea Pirlo when his Bayern Munich side play the Bianconeri.
Bayern Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer believes his side have what it takes to defeat Juventus in the Champions League.
Who were the last team to beat Juventus in the Champions League? Bayern Munich – their next opponents in the competition.
Juventus boss Antonio Conte is not under-estimating this weekend’s opponents Bologna. “They’re in good form.”
Pavel Nedved has accepted that Bayern Munich will be tough to beat, but he has underlined that his Juventus side are ready for the fight.
Italian outfit Lazio will face Turkish side Fenerbahce in the last eight of the Europa League.
Alessandro Costacurta believes that Juventus can hurt Bayern Munich in the quarter-finals of the Champions League.
Juventus will have to get past German giants Bayern Munich in the last eight if their Champions League adventure is to continue.

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