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Charlie Mulgrew has admitted that Celtic were beaten 'by the better side' after being knocked out of the Champions League by Juventus.
Sampdoria revelation Mauro Icardi has reiterated his desire to play for Argentina and not Italy at international level.
Mario Balotelli will not start for Milan in Friday’s game against Genoa, boss Massimiliano Allegri has confirmed.
Milan goalkeeper Christian Abbiati is being linked with a return to former club Atletico Madrid.
Geoffrey Kondogbia has admitted that he snubbed the chance to join Juventus in favour of a Sevilla switch.
Juventus boss Antonio Conte insists his club can’t compete financially with Europe’s biggest clubs, but that doesn’t mean they can’t beat them on the field of play.
Bologna’s Saphir Taider has been called up to the Algerian national squad for their World Cup qualifier against Benin.
Former Inter midfielder and summer Juventus transfer target Andrea Poli has revealed he was a Milan fan as a boy.
Alessandro Matri is hoping that Italy boss Cesare Prandelli has been watching his recent performances for Juventus.
Ricky Alvarez will not be leaving Italian giants Inter for Atletico Madrid at the end of the season.
Genoa’s Luca Antonelli has played down suggestions that he could be set for a summer move to Milan ahead of this Friday’s encounter.
Erik Lamela still believes his Roma side can qualify for the Champions League – despite losing 10 of their 27 League games so far this term.
Fabio Quagliarella has underlined how happy he is to be playing Champions League football with Juventus.
Milan got the better deal when they swapped Antonio Cassano for Inter’s Giampaolo Pazzini in the summer, says Arrigo Sacchi.
Leonardo Bonucci is dreaming of hoisting the European Cup into the Wembley sky after Juventus qualified for the last eight of the Champions League.
Celtic boss Neil Lennon believes there is no reason why Juventus can’t win the Champions League this season. “I hope they do.”
Go for a drive with versatile 26-year-old Milan midfielder Kevin Prince Boateng.
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Gigi Buffon reveals the key to his focus against Celtic and looks back over how far Juventus have come in 15 months.
Antonio Conte concedes he and Juventus lack experience in Europe, so “this Champions League represents a wonderful dream.”
Celtic manager Neil Lennon confessed the big difference with Juventus was “quality and class” after a 5-0 aggregate defeat.
Paul Pogba expressed his joy at playing for Juventus and admits they “hope to win this Champions League.”
Alessandro Matri said the game against Celtic “only seemed easy, but we struck at the right moments” to send Juventus into the Champions League quarter-finals.
Alessandro Matri and Fabio Quagliarella secured a 2-0 victory over Celtic to send Juventus into the Champions League quarter-finals.
Federico Marchetti prepares for Stuttgart in the Europa League and insists talk of a Lazio crisis is “laughable.”
Inter defender Juan Jesus assures “we are not afraid of Tottenham” ahead of tomorrow night’s Europa League encounter.
Brescia and Ascoli earned surprise away victories in the Serie B Week 27 games that were rained off.
Andrea Stramaccioni insists Antonio Cassano “will give his contribution” to Inter against Tottenham after his blazing row, but “we are in an emergency situation.”
Juventus rotate the squad with Paul Pogba and Fabio Quagliarella as they welcome Celtic in their Champions League Round of 16 clash.
The entire Cagliari Board of Directors has resigned in protest at the closure of the Is Arenas, as Sunday’s game with Sampdoria will be behind closed doors.
Genoa-Milan has been confirmed for a Friday evening kick-off with no extra security laid on despite the tragic history between these clubs.
Vladimir Petkovic is confident Lazio can get a result away to Stuttgart tomorrow, as “they have weaknesses and we want to make the most of them.”
Diego Simeone officially extended his contract with Atletico Madrid yesterday, but there are still reports it leaves the door open for a future at Inter.
Andre Villas-Boas believes Gareth Bale will be even more of a nightmare for Inter than when he got a hat-trick. “He can determine the outcome of a game.”
Sampdoria have confirmed that Pedro Obiang, Citadin Eder and Nenad Krsticic have all extended their contracts with the port club.

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