Fabio Pecchia says his Verona side are in ‘a positive moment’ ahead of their home clash with Atalanta.
Under-pressure Chievo boss Rolando Maran admits it has been ‘a week of reflection’ as his side prepare to face Milan.
It is reported that Inter have opened talks with Roma over the potential signing of Kevin Strootman.
Walter Mazzarri wants Torino to play as they can for the full 90 minutes against Fiorentina this afternoon.
Valencia Coach Marcelino insists the permanent signing of Geoffrey Kondogbia from Inter is ‘a done deal.’
It is reported that English Championship side Wolves are poised to make an audacious summer move for Milan’s Andre Silva.
This has unexpectedly turned into a huge opportunity for Napoli to narrow the gap on leaders Juventus, but Genoa are no pushovers.
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Inter are not said to be concerned despite reports in Argentina that Borussia Dortmund offered €32.5m for Lautaro Martinez.
Max Allegri admits Juventus didn’t match SPAL’s determination and “it’s only human to miss a beat and lack energy once in a while.”
Leonardo Semplici said SPAL “deserve credit” for stopping Juventus and believes they have finally settled into their Serie A surroundings.
SPAL striker Mirco Antenucci thanked the fans at the Stadio Mazza and admits their draw with Juventus was “something to be proud of.”
Leaders Juventus saw their run of 12 consecutive Serie A victories grind to a halt, as SPAL more than earned their stalemate.
Massimo Oddo blasted Udinese players for “not following my orders” and lacking the right mentality after a home loss to Sassuolo.
Sassuolo boss Beppe Iachini believes their win away to Udinese was fair reward after “so many unjust defeats.”
SPAL Coach Leonardo Semplici said his team “are in good form and will try to be up to the task tonight” against leaders Juventus.
Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from Udinese-Sassuolo and leaders Juventus travelling to battlers SPAL.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta assured they have “absolutely no fear” of Real Madrid, but are trying to focus on SPAL and await Emre Can.
Giorgio Chiellini continued to ignore Napoli and rely on the Juventus “mentality” against SPAL, but is concerned by the atmosphere.
SPAL striker Alberto Paloschi said Juventus are “one of the best sides in Europe, but we need points in every match.”
Sassuolo ended their nightmare run and intensified Udinese’s problems with a 2-1 away victory, sealed by Stefano Sensi.
Juventus visit relegation scrappers SPAL in a bid to go seven points clear at the top and field practically a first-choice XI.
Nikola Kalinic has been left out of the Milan squad to face Chievo tomorrow due to a ‘technical decision’ and not injury.
Andrea Conti is back in the Milan squad after six months, but Nikola Kalinic, Alessio Romagnoli, Ignazio Abate and Davide Calabria are out.
The Rome Derby between Roma and Lazio has been moved to an evening kick-off, while Juventus-Sampdoria and Milan-Napoli are also switched.
It’s a massive round for Empoli, who beat Venezia in a 3-2 thriller to break clear, as Palermo held by 10-man Novara, Frosinone stall and Parma lose in Entella.
Alessio Romagnoli is suffering from a muscular problem, ruling him out of both Milan-Chievo and Italy’s upcoming friendlies.
It’s a dogfight at the Dacia Arena, as Udinese and Sassuolo try to end their dismal runs by going head-to-head.
Milan full-back Davide Calabria is injured and Patrick Cutrone moves to the senior Italy squad, so Sassuolo defender Claud Adjapong is called for the Under-21 side.
The Derby della Madonnina between Milan and Inter will be played on April 4 at 17.30 UK time.
Interim Italy Coach Gigi Di Biagio named his squad to face Argentina and England, including Gigi Buffon and Federico Chiesa, but not Mario Balotelli.
Andrea Ranocchia is out of the Inter squad travelling to face Sampdoria on Sunday morning.
Stefano Pioli is “honoured to be coaching this group” and praised captain Milan Badelj, as Fiorentina try to get back to normality against Torino.
Marco Giampaolo concedes Sampdoria “deserved” criticism for their defeat to Crotone, but wants to make up for it against Inter.
Simone Inzaghi said Lazio are “surpassing our limitations” in Europe, but refereeing errors mean “we should be higher up the Serie A table.”