CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

Giorgio Chiellini is expected to miss Juventus’ Champions League quarter-final against Ajax after failing to train on Monday.
Frenkie de Jong is in Ajax’s squad to face Juventus in the Champions League on Tuesday, but Nicolas Tagliafico misses out through suspension.
Frenkie de Jong’s agent has allayed fears that the Ajax midfielder will miss Tuesday’s Champions League quarter-final first leg at Juventus.
Mattia Perin is out of the Juventus squad to face Ajax, while Giorgio Chiellini and Emre Can are progressing well.
French referee Clement Turpin will officiate the second leg of the Champions League quarter-final between Juventus and Ajax.
Fabio Capello has changed his mind on the Champions League favourites, pointing to Juventus and Barcelona. “Manchester City look tired.”
Max Allegri warns Juventus need to have “great respect for Ajax, because they always play the same way” ahead of the Champions League quarter-final.
Ajax midfielder Frenkie de Jong is in doubt for Tuesday’s Champions League quarter-final against Juventus after limping off with a hamstring problem.
Max Allegri is not concerned by the 2-1 Juventus defeat to SPAL, but hints Moise Kean and Paulo Dybala are in contention to start against Ajax.
Leonardo Spinazzola gave advice to the Juventus newcomers against SPAL and believes a Scudetto celebration is the best build-up to Ajax.
Former Milan CEO Adriano Galliani has claimed that if Financial Fair Play was around in 1986, the club would not have won five Champions Leagues.
Simone Inzaghi wants his Lazio side to break their taboo at San Siro when they face Milan in Saturday’s Champions League qualification showdown.
Liverpool fan Sean Cox has thanked supporters from Liverpool, Roma and all over the world for raising funds after he was left with brain damage.
Paolo Maldini insists Gennaro Gattuso is the right Coach to take Milan back into the Champions League. “We’ve never doubted him.”
Paolo Maldini confirms Milan were ‘not surprised’ by UEFA’s FFP announcement and that Tiemoue Bakayoko will only stay if they reach the Champions League.
Juventus midfielder Blaise Matuidi has insisted that he will be ‘fine’ for next week’s Champions League quarter-final second leg against Ajax.
Federico Bernardeschi believes Juventus picked up a ‘good result’ after their 1-1 draw with Ajax but admits ‘we could’ve done more.’
Nicolas Tagliafico will be suspended for the second leg, but insists Ajax and Juventus have a “50-50 chance” of qualification after their 1-1 draw.
Alex Sandro warns Juventus need to “play the same way we did against Atletico Madrid – or even better” to eliminate Ajax from the Champions League.
Ajax Coach Erik ten Hag reveals what he told his players at half-time against Juventus after the 1-1 draw. “It’s not the result you hope for, but is still a good result.”
Matthijs de Ligt realised just how much of a “predator” Cristiano Ronaldo can be in the box, but Ajax proved against Juventus “we’re not a fluke.”
Max Allegri explained how Frenkie de Jong and Ajax got away from the Juventus tactical trap. “We didn’t create enough problems for them.”
Wojciech Szczesny admits Ajax are “a very different team to Juventus, but we’ll see what happens in the second leg” of their Champions League quarter-final.
Rodrigo Bentancur insists the 1-1 away draw with Ajax changes nothing for Juventus. “We always knew we had to win at home.”
Joao Cancelo created the Cristiano Ronaldo opener, but also gifted David Neres the equaliser as Juventus were held 1-1 by Ajax in the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final.
Join us for the build-up and action from tonight’s Champions League quarter-final, as Juventus visit young guns Ajax in Amsterdam.
Juventus Vice-President Pavel Nedved expects many goals against Ajax and reveals how they knew Cristiano Ronaldo “was ready to play.”
Juventus director Fabio Paratici is confident Daniele Rugani is ready to face Ajax and Cristiano Ronaldo can “be decisive this time as well.”
Former Juventus goalkeeper and current Ajax director Edwin van der Sar warned they “want to get back to the top of European football.”
Cristiano Ronaldo, Mario Mandzukic, Federico Bernardeschi and Rodrigo Bentancur start for Juventus against Frenkie de Jong’s Ajax in the Champions League quarter-final.