Massimiliano Allegri believes Inter-Juventus was “one of the ugliest games on a technical level in the last 30 years”.
James Pallotta declares Roma “are not afraid” of Juventus, as well as discussing Francesco Totti and Luciano Spalletti.
Alex Sandro admits Juventus have “no excuses” for losing to Inter, and believes it’s “not only” Napoli who will fight for the Scudetto.
Maurizio Zamparini praises Roberto De Zerbi - “finally, Palermo are really trying to play football”.
Legendary striker Paolo Rossi “can’t understand” Juventus dropping Gonzalo Higuain.
Roberto Mancini is “happy” for his former Inter players, and believes Mario Balotelli can still turn his career around.
Diego Milito believes Inter striker Mauro Icardi is “worth Gonzalo Higuain” and has become “a team player”.
Mauro Icardi admits there was “contact” with Napoli but “I always said I wanted to stay at Inter”.
Mauro Icardi insists he “never thought of leaving” Inter and admits “it’s always nice” to score against Juventus.
Claudio Marchisio has returned to Juventus training, but Medhi Benatia has a thigh injury.
Mino Raiola claims “no-one can afford Romelu Lukaku in Italy” after mentioning “talk” of the Everton striker possibly joining Juventus over the summer.
Christian Vieri claims “I see myself in Zlatan Ibrahimovic”, Pietro Vierchowod was his hardest opponent and Juventus remain “ahead of everyone else”.
Former Inter President Massimo Moratti believes Frank De Boer has been excellent in his short time as Coach.
Stephan Lichtsteiner believes Juventus’ defeat to Inter on Sunday will serve as a lesson to his team.
Mino Raiola reveals he never wanted Paul Pogba to join Juventus and pushed for Manchester United because “they needed us the most.”
Ever Banega believes his Inter teammate Mauro Icardi “deserves to play for Argentina” after the 2-1 win over Juventus.
Gigi Buffon slammed Juventus for fumbling their lead in a 2-1 defeat away to Inter. “A side like ours cannot lose that game.”
Antonio Candreva wants Inter to “build” on the 2-1 victory over Juventus, “but we won’t set limitations on our season.”
Max Allegri admits Inter deserved their victory in the Derby d’Italia and “hopefully Juventus can learn from it, because this defeat has to burn.”
Join us for a full day of Serie A action, running from Udinese-Chievo through Torino-Empoli, Sassuolo-Genoa, the Derby d’Italia Inter v Juventus and Fiorentina-Roma.