Blaise Matuidi trusts Juventus can beat Tottenham Hotspur in the Champions League and Paulo Dybala “is capable of changing a game.”
Lucas Moura believes Juventus are “the symbol of Italian football” after warning Tottenham Hotspur “they have the experience and nerves to qualify”.
Today’s seven Serie A games have been called off after Fiorentina captain Davide Astori’s death and could be played on March 14 and May 9.
Juventus defender Andrea Barzagli admits his side must play better against Tottenham Hotspur than they did in their win at Lazio.
Max Allegri admits “football is vicious” after Paulo Dybala’s last-gasp winner at Lazio, but Juventus “need a different approach” to Tottenham.
Paulo Dybala admits his last-gasp winner against Lazio is “a very important goal for Juventus and my confidence, but it could’ve ended 0-0.”
Blaise Matuidi explains how he improved at Juventus, tuned into the winning mentality and hard work ethic. “I feel like I’ve completed a course.”
Mario Mandzukic has also reportedly sustained an injury, leaving Juventus with no centre-forwards against Lazio on Saturday.
Milan Skriniar is ‘convinced’ he will play Champions League football with Inter but assures his stay at San Siro does not depend on whether they qualify.
Radja Nainggolan reveals he “dreams of a Scudetto with Roma more than the World Cup or Champions League.”
Blaise Matuidi admits joining Juventus he realised it was “entering a whole new dimension” compared to Paris Saint-Germain.
Juventus striker Gonzalo Higuain trained alone at Vinovo again today, with just six days until the Tottenham Hotspur game.
Roma’s half-year accounts reveal they’ve signed Patrik Schick and Gregoire Defrel outright, while making a €40m loss.
Max Allegri credits Douglas Costa with the Coppa Italia win over Atalanta and doubts Gonzalo Higuain will be able to face Tottenham.
Marcello Lippi admits not even winning Juventus’ last Champions League compares to lifting the World Cup as Italy CT in 2006.
Changes to the Serie A fixture list have been confirmed, including Juventus-Atalanta on March 14 and Juve-Milan on March 31.
Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino said Napoli “play the most beautiful football in Europe,” but won’t underestimate Juventus.
UEFA has confirmed the new qualifying process for the Champions League, with Italy getting four automatic group stage places.
Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri shrugs “whoever leads Serie A on May 20 will deserve to win it” after Napoli went four points clear.
Gigi Buffon feels Juventus were “too presumptuous” against Real Madrid in last year’s Champions League final.
It’s reported Juventus striker Gonzalo Higuain won’t be fit to face Atalanta tomorrow, as he trained separately yesterday.
Juventus winger Federico Bernardeschi has revealed his two dreams in football – winning the Champions League and World Cup.
UEFA President Aleksandar Ceferin has confirmed that there will be no VAR in the Champions League next season. “I still see so much confusion.”
UEFA has reportedly rejected the idea of implementing video assistant referees (VAR) in the Champions League next season.
Francesco Totti expects great things of Patrik Schick against Milan, but admits the second half with Shakhtar Donetsk was “unworthy of Roma.”
Lorenzo Pellegrini knows Milan are in good shape, but Roma “need to win and the result is a consequence of our performance.”
Juventus-Atalanta was called off due to snowfall today and is likely to be played on March 13 or 14.
Eusebio Di Francesco complimented Gennaro Gattuso’s Milan and insists the Champions League setback with Shakhtar Donetsk was an issue of “mentality.”
Juventus Coach Max Allegri confirms Federico Bernardeschi could require surgery, while Gonzalo Higuain is unlikely to face Atalanta.
Federico Bernardeschi is highly unlikely to feature against Tottenham in the Champions League, as the Juventus striker’s knee injury is serious.