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Inter kept a third consecutive clean sheet and Alessandro Bastoni confirmed he’s the ideal defender for Antonio Conte, writes Kaustubh Pandey.
With Victor Osimhen set to become Napoli’s most expensive signing ever, Vilizar Yakimov explains why the Partenopei were so keen to bring in the 21-year-old Nigerian striker.
Juventus finally won their ninth successive Scudetto on Sunday night but, as Livio Caferoglu explains, there wasn’t much cause for celebration.
Napoli showed a sharp offside trap can be crucial, but it’s a risky game to play against Sassuolo, let alone Barcelona, writes Owen Diana.
The two best teams in Italy since the restart proved to Giancarlo Rinaldi just how far Atalanta have come and what the future holds for Milan.
Ivan Juric has been a revelation in charge of Hellas Verona and Lee Bushe explains how he developed under Gian Piero Gasperini’s wing.
Atalanta humiliated Milan back in December, but Vilizar Yakimov warns that Stefano Pioli’s men are eager to prove just how much they’ve changed in half a season.
News of Stefano Pioli’s new contract ended the prospect of a brave new world at Milan. Richard Hall analyses why Ralf Rangnick isn’t coming after all, and who the winners and losers are…
Ismael Bennacer is the unsung hero of Stefano Pioli’s Milan, writes Kaustubh Pandey, and deservedly attracting attention all over Europe.
The Scudetto was a dream too far, but despite defeat to Juventus, Richard Hall insists Lazio can be more than proud of this exceptional season.
A point each felt like a defeat for both Roma and Inter, writes Susy Campanale, but Antonio Conte found yet more reasons to complain.
With Champions League qualification within reach, Lee Bushe wonders if Lazio will reinvest in a deeper squad or carry on penny-pinching…
Maurizio Sarri has failed to make Juventus more than the sum of their parts, writes Owen Diana, but the Champions League could save him.
Antonio Conte’s Inter are finally beginning to show some consistency in the top spots challenge stuttering Juventus for the title, writes Richard Hall.
Atalanta are grabbing headlines all over Europe, but Susy Campanale insists they are only at the forefront of a spectacular attacking movement in Serie A football.
Sassuolo are playing some spectacular, entertaining football under Roberto De Zerbi, so Ciro Di Brita explains why Juventus should be worried.
Alexis Sanchez is proving why Inter are so eager to purchase him outright from Manchester United, writes Kaustubh Pandey.
The signs are good for Milan but Gennaro Gattuso needs Napoli to find their lethal touch, Vijay Rahaman writes, after a gripping 2-2 draw…

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