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Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho has admitted that he could return to troubled Inter at some stage in the future.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Manchester City star Mario Balotelli explains why he gate-crashed Andrea Stramaccioni’s press conference. “It’s not an easy time for Inter.”
Philippe Mexes takes over from Thiago Silva in the Milan defence against Barcelona and admits “Leo Messi is hard enough to stop in a video game!”
Parma President Tommaso Ghirardi has confirmed a deal to sign Greek talent Sotiris Ninis at the end of the season.
Inter President Massimo Moratti hailed new Coach Andrea Stramaccioni as a long-term candidate, sniped at Diego Forlan and blamed Gian Piero Gasperini for this disastrous season.
Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola believes Milan are “among the best teams in the world and will play to win. If we don’t perform, we won’t qualify.”
Inter general manager Ernesto Paolillo feels new Coach Andrea Stramaccioni “reminds me of Jose Mourinho. We hope he’ll remain next term.”
Kevin-Prince Boateng, Maxi Lopez and Robinho are in the Milan squad to face Barcelona in tomorrow’s Champions League quarter-final.
Watch the bizarre moment when Manchester City star Mario Balotelli gate-crashed new Inter Coach Andrea Stramaccioni’s press conference!
After a chaotic day of negotiations that saw the Stadio Olimpico withdrawn from eligibility, it is now official the Coppa Italia Final will be in Rome on May 20.
“I have faith in the players, in the club and in myself, so let’s get to work,” said Inter Coach Andrea Stramaccioni, but his press conference was gate crashed by Mario Balotelli!
Roberto Baggio has been studying Luis Enrique’s work in training at Roma today, as he progresses through his coaching qualification course.
Francesco Guidolin has rejected rumours that he has held talks with Inter about taking over as their Coach next season.
CONI President Gianni Petrucci has pulled the Stadio Olimpico as an option to host this year’s Coppa Italia final, in reaction to the Italian League.
Mattia Destro has shrugged off any possible transfer talk until the season is over, specifying today where his focus lies.
Massimiliano Allegri has promised that Milan will attack Barcelona in the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final this week.
Ahead of facing old club Barcelona on Wednesday, Zlatan Ibrahimovic has reaffirmed his immediate commitment to current side Milan.
Lorenzo Insigne is happy to wait another year for his chance to break into the Napoli first team, as he prioritises playing time at this stage of his career.
Fabio Quagliarella will now be considered by Juventus boss Antonio Conte as a wide attacking player in his 4-3-3.
Giorgio Chiellini has admitted that Juventus may have to win every game they have left this season in order to lift the Scudetto.
Cagliari could play their final four home games of the season at the Stadio Nereo Rocco in Trieste – 600 miles away from the Sardinian city.
Inter legend Sandro Mazzola has said that he probably wouldn’t have sacked Claudio Ranieri if he was making the decisions at San Siro.
Christian Maggio is being tipped to return from injury in time for Napoli’s game at Juventus on Sunday evening.
Gigi Buffon will sign a new contract with Juventus by the end of May, a report in Italy on Tuesday is suggesting.
Torino will reportedly make a bid for Inter stopper Andrea Ranocchia in the summer should they be promoted to Serie A.
Antonio Nocerino is convinced that Milan can get past Barcelona to progress in the Champions League.
The Gazzetta dello Sport has underlined that the Coppa Italia Final will take place at Rome’s Stadio Olimpico on May 20.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is adamant that Milan don’t have what is needed to win the Champions League this season.
Christian Abbiati insists that his Milan side have a 50 per cent chance of dumping Barcelona out of the Champions League.
Legendary Italian tactician Arrigo Sacchi believes that Andrea Stramaccioni has the ability to do well at Inter – if the club allow him to.
Andrea Stramaccioni will speak for the first time as Inter boss later this afternoon when he’ll be unveiled to the media.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
New Inter Coach Andrea Stramaccioni’s interview this afternoon was surprisingly prescient, as he was asked what he’d do if he was called to the senior squad.
New 36-year-old Inter Coach Andrea Stramaccioni has been described as “an Italian Andre Villas-Boas,” but it’s rumoured Claudio Ranieri left by mutual consent.

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