CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

Massimiliano Allegri won’t relish his records until after he’s retired, but reiterates “next season the main Juventus objective is again the Scudetto.”
Claudio Ranieri expected Inter to put Roma under more pressure in the second half of their 1-1 draw and discussed why Italian teams struggle in Europe.
Max Allegri claims Juventus “won the Scudetto at Bologna” and urged his Bianconeri to embrace a “calm state of mind” in Europe.
Arrigo Sacchi has refuted Adriano Galliani’s claims that Milan would not have won Champions Leagues with Financial Fair Play rules in place.
Max Allegri insists Cristiano Ronaldo is Juventus’ ‘future’ and his side have had a ‘great’ season, while hitting out at Medhi Benatia, who ‘didn’t want to play’.
Carlo Ancelotti maintains Napoli’s Europa League quarter-final with Arsenal “only lasted 30 minutes” and they can’t be expected to compete with their current revenue.
Dries Mertens insists Arsenal “aren’t that good and there isn’t a real gap between us,” but the first half performance in London was fatal for Napoli.
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis claims they’ve “faced far tougher tests” than Arsenal and notes “Cristiano Ronaldo didn’t help Juventus win the Champions League.”
Napoli Coach Carlo Ancelotti claims there are no conditions for a team like Ajax to emerge in Italian football. “The fans always ask for results.”
Justin Kluivert has insisted that he does not regret leaving Ajax for Roma last summer. “I touched the quarter-finals here…”
Ajax midfielder Donny van de Beek claims his side ‘could’ve scored at least five goals’ in the second half against Juventus.
Max Allegri has reiterated that he is staying at Juventus, explaining ‘there’s still a lot of work’ for him to do in Turin.
Juventus’ share price on the Borsa Italiana tumbled by 24 percent after their Champions League exit to Ajax on Tuesday evening.
Erik ten Hag explained Ajax are “very difficult to play against and only we know how to perform that variable pressing” after knocking out Real Madrid and Juventus.
Ajax captain Matthijs de Ligt insists they “have no reason to fear any opponent” after knocking Juventus out of the Champions League.
Federico Bernardeschi remains adamant “Juventus will win the Champions League. If it’s not this year, it’ll be the next or the one after.”
Donny van de Beek “thought we should’ve won 4-1” after Ajax conquered Juventus 2-1 in Turin to reach the Champions League semi-finals.
Max Allegri confirmed he will stay at Juventus despite the Champions League quarter-final exit to Ajax. “We conceded a fortuitous goal and the fear set in.”
President Andrea Agnelli acknowledged Ajax “fully deserved to qualify” for the Champions League semi-finals, but the Juventus project continues.
Ajax have set a new record as the first club ever to beat both Real Madrid and Juventus on their own turf in the same European season.
Cristiano Ronaldo was not enough this time, as Ajax comprehensively out-played Juventus for a 2-1 win to reach the Champions League semi-finals.
Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from the Champions League quarter-final between Juventus and Ajax.
Andrea Pirlo warned Paulo Dybala “must prove himself” against Ajax and explains the Mattia De Sciglio choice for Juventus.
Pavel Nedved confirmed Juventus faith in Paulo Dybala, but warned “if we’re not more attacking, we won’t qualify against Ajax.”
Juventus rely on Paulo Dybala, Cristiano Ronaldo and Mattia De Sciglio, while Ajax can start Frenkie de Jong in the Champions League quarter-final.
Paulo Dybala is set to start and wear the captain’s armband for Juventus against Ajax, but there are still doubts over Mattia De Sciglio and Emre Can.
Juventus ultras have not stopped their protest against the club and President Andrea Agnelli over ticket prices.
Emre Can should start Juventus’ Champions League quarter-final against Ajax on Tuesday, despite fears he had been left out of the squad.
Ciro Ferrara feels Juventus have the upper hand on Ajax for tonight’s Champions League quarter-final. “Experience is almost everything in these games.”
Paulo Dybala is the favourite to start as centre-forward in the Champions League quarter-final with Ajax, leaving Moise Kean on the bench.