Lazio Coach Simone Inzaghi calls Dynamo Kiev “a tough opponent that should not be underestimated”, pointing to their European pedigree.
Ciro Immobile admits the Europa League “takes away energy” from Lazio, but “it gives us positive energy when we get through”.
Lazio are reportedly weighing up former Germany defender Holger Badstuber as a replacement for Stefan de Vrij.
Joao Miranda will leave Inter at the end of the season, but wants to remain in Europe, it’s reported.
Max Allegri hinted Juventus could start Paulo Dybala, Gonzalo Higuain and Douglas Costa, but “the pressure is on Tottenham Hotspur.”
Clement Turpin of France will officiate Milan-Arsenal in the Europa League, while Lazio-Dinamo Kiev goes to Slovakian Ivan Kruzliak.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito has lost his bid for election to the Senate by a handful of votes, but could ask for a recount.
Lazio have nine centre-backs on the shortlist to replace Stefan de Vrij, reports today suggest.
Daniele Rugani warned Tottenham Hotspur that Juventus “believe to the end. These aren’t just words, they are in our DNA.”
Lazio President Claudio Lotito and former Milan CEO Adriano Galliani have new roles, as they were both elected to the Italian Senate.
Blaise Matuidi trusts Juventus can beat Tottenham Hotspur in the Champions League and Paulo Dybala “is capable of changing a game.”
All clubs playing in the Champions League and Europa League this week will observe a minute’s silence in their matches for Davide Astori.
Lazio goalkeeper Thomas Strakosha says his side didn’t deserve to lose to Juventus but backs them to secure Champions League qualification.
Juventus defender Andrea Barzagli admits his side must play better against Tottenham Hotspur than they did in their win at Lazio.
Roma’s Diego Perotti describes his side’s 4-2 win over Napoli last night as ‘doubly important.’
Simone Inzaghi can’t help but rue a last-gasp Paulo Dybala goal for Juventus. “Lazio were almost perfect… Football is ruthless.”
Join us for all the build-up and action from SPAL-Bologna, Lazio-Juventus between second and third and the Derby del Sole Napoli-Roma.
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.”
Juventus managed only one shot on target against Lazio and it was decisive, as Paulo Dybala marked his comeback with a last-gasp winner.