NEWS

There are conflicting reports on Arturo Vidal and Leonardo Bonucci’s involvement in a nightclub brawl alleged to have happened earlier in the week.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Walter Mazzarri felt Christian Maggio’s injury was the turning point and Napoli “lacked experience, but our Champions League campaign was fantastic.”
Roberto Di Matteo hailed Chelsea’s turnaround and was impressed by Napoli too after reaching the Champions League quarter-finals.
Paolo Cannavaro admits “it hurts to lose like this, but we leave the Champions League with our heads held very high.”
Napoli put up a spirited display at Stamford Bridge, but capitulated in extra time to go out against Chelsea 5-4 on aggregate.
Massimiliano Allegri keeps thinking about that phantom goal and criticises the Juventus complaints. “I hope it won’t prove to be decisive for the Scudetto.”
Napoli have their Three Tenors to make history at Stamford Bridge against Roberto Di Matteo’s Chelsea.
Italy legend Dino Zoff sees Napoli as “the favourites” against Chelsea this evening. “They need to make the most of the counter-attack.”
A host of Serie A stars are in the long-list of players set for Brazil’s 2012 Olympics campaign, including Julio Cesar, Thiago Silva and Alexandre Pato.
Francesco Guidolin believes Udinese can end their negative streak to send AZ Alkmaar out of the Europa League tomorrow with Antonio Di Natale in the starting XI.
Napoli fans have invaded London for tonight’s match with Chelsea, as reportedly as many as 5,000 have flown in for the event.
Genoa have suffered an injury setback with the news that Juraj Kucka will be out of action for the next month.
Robinho will undergo a series of tests after the Brazilian picked up a problem in Milan training on Wednesday.
Former Italian international Bernardo Corradi is on the verge of signing for MLS outfit Montreal Impact.
Mark Van Bommel is ready to put his dreams of a return to PSV on hold in return for a new contract at Milan.
Lazio are a possible destination for Ederson of Lyon, but the player’s agent has dismissed claims of an agreement.
Palermo have dismissed reports that they are thinking about approaching Lazio boss Edy Reja for 2012-13.
Alberto Aquilani is being tipped to this weekend start his first Serie A game for Milan since the draw with Bologna in December.
Momo Sissoko has revealed that he would sign Alessandro Del Piero from Juventus if he was in charge of transfers at Paris Saint-Germain.
Francesco Totti and Daniele De Rossi are being tipped to recover from knocks to face Genoa on Monday evening.
Fiorentina will go into Saturday’s game against Juventus in the knowledge that they haven’t beaten them at home in Serie A since 1998.
Samuel Eto’o almost signed for Roma in the summer of 2009 – just weeks before he left Barcelona for Inter.
Massimo Moratti has admitted that Inter will consider seriously rejuvenating their ageing squad over the summer.
An era has come to an end at Inter following their Champions League exit, says former defender Riccardo Ferri.
Ambitious Lazio are showing an interest in Sao Paulo defender Rhodolfo and Ederson of Lyon.
Milan veteran Clarence Seedorf is being paired with a possible move to LA Galaxy – at the request of David Beckham.
Parma have distanced themselves from wild links with Juventus strikers Marco Borriello and Fabio Quagliarella.
Parma will survive the drop and Milan will win the Scudetto, says Gialloblu fantasista Sebastian Giovinco.
Massimo Moratti has refused to blame Claudio Ranieri for Inter’s Champions League exit, but the tactician’s future remains in doubt.
Juventus’ fragility in attack has been underlined today by two sets of statistics in the Gazzetta dello Sport and La Stampa.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Javier Zanetti assures Inter fans “we are just as sad as you” after the Champions League exit to Olympique Marseille.
Didier Deschamps admits Marseille have achieved “something extraordinary” in knocking Inter out of the Champions League.
Claudio Ranieri feels Inter’s exit to Olympique Marseille “sums up our season, but the lads could not have given any more.”

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