Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini believes that Millan are 'back among the best' ahead of today's Supercoppa clash in Doha.
Reports in Spain suggest that Juventus are serious about a bid for Real Madrid number 10 James Rodriguez.
Former Italy defender Ciro Ferrara believes 'the future of the Azzurri is safe' with Daniele Rugani and Alessio Romagnoli.
Former Juventus defender Ciro Ferrara believes that Milan striker Carlos Bacca poses the biggest threat to the Bianconeri in the Supercoppa Italiana.
Roma director of sport Ricky Massara insists they “have always been close” to Juventus in terms of performance.
Thomas Vermaelen admits “the defeat to Juventus hurts,” but Roma are ready to get back on track with Chievo.
Zenit assistant manager Carlo Nicolini believes Juventus “can win the Champions League” if they sign Axel Witsel.
Milan defender Alessio Romagnoli believes the Supercoppa is “very important” as “it’d be a great achievement for us to win a trophy”.
Coach Vincenzo Montella wants Milan to forget about their flight issues, and build a “winning mentality”.
Ignazio Abate admits Milan “need to play a perfect match” against Juventus in the Supercoppa Italiana.
Argentina Coach Edgardo Bauza explains “our starting striker is Gonzalo Higuain” with Mauro Icardi third-choice.
Massimiliano Allegri warns his Juventus players not to be complacent against Milan in the Supercoppa.
Gianluigi Buffon discusses his upcoming 600th appearance for Juventus - “I’m glad someone is counting…”
Sandro Mazzola believes Inter can still qualify for the Champions League, and sees Mauro Icardi as better than Gonzalo Higuain.
Roma midfielder Gerson is confident that “we’re not that far away” from Juventus.
CEO Adriano Galliani warns Milan are out for revenge against Juventus after “undeservedly” losing the Coppa Italia final.
Giuseppe Marotta believes Juventus and Milan are “the two teams which can best portray the image of Italian football”.
Marco Verratti assures “I see no reason to leave” Paris Saint-Germain, despite the comments from his agent.
Giacomo Bonaventura shrugs off Milan’s travel problems - “we have to think about playing and not let it become an excuse”.
Juventus general manager Giuseppe Marotta confirms Mattia Caldara will sign from Atalanta, but not until 2018.