Inter Coach Stefano Pioli assures there are no issues between him and “great professional” Antonio Candreva.
Milan are facing a full-back emergency against Torino, as Mattia De Sciglio is out injured.
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Giorgio Chiellini concedes Juventus “aren’t as solid as we were last season” and have travel sickness after defeat to Fiorentina.
Fiorentina patron Andrea Della Valle hinted Nikola Kalinic could be sold to Chinese club Tianjin Quanjian.
Paulo Sousa insists he did not adjust Fiorentina to neutralise Juventus. “If we play with this desire, determination and intensity, we’ll be difficult for anyone to beat.”
Max Allegri admits Juventus suffered “a bad setback” with their 2-1 defeat to Fiorentina, “but nobody thought we’d win the title in January.”
Federico Chiesa said Fiorentina beating Juventus “is like its own season all by itself” and claims he did get a touch for the second goal.
Nikola Kalinic and Milan Badelj gave Fiorentina their first home win over Juventus since 2013 and sent the leaders down to a shock 2-1 defeat.
Simone Zaza “went through a very difficult period, but I want to prove to the world and myself what I can do” after signing for Valencia.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta insists Max Allegri won’t be leaving any time soon, but Patrice Evra “is considering his future.”
Davide Astori said Fiorentina’s showdown with Juventus this evening “needs no introduction. The fans let us understand what it means.”
Eusebio Di Francesco believes Sassuolo are in a position to recover their confidence following a difficult season to date.
Leonardo Bonucci sniped that “for Fiorentina it’s the game of the year, but for Juventus it’s the same as any other match.”
Juventus go with three at the back for their grudge match with Fiorentina, as Juan Cuadrado starts in his old hunting ground.
Empoli Coach Giovanni Martusciello was pleased to get a point at Sampdoria, despite a missed penalty.
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Marco Giampaolo says his Sampdoria side were 'missing something' in the goalless draw with Empoli.
Massimo Oddo admits it is difficult to prepare Pescara to face the best teams in Serie A.
Simone Zaza has officially signed for Valencia, on loan with option to buy from Juventus for a reported total €18m.
Genoa Coach Ivan Juric is adamant that his side are not safe from relegation after their 4-1 loss at Cagliari.
Simone Inzaghi was pleased with Lazio’s belief after a 2-1 win over Atalanta. “It was a deserved victory against a very good team.”
Gigi Del Neri was left to rue Udinese “poor final ball” in the 1-0 home defeat to Roma. “We were too timorous at the start.”
Gian Piero Gasperini was frustrated after defeat to Lazio and warned Atalanta “if we want to achieve something, we need new buys.”
Cagliari Coach Massimo Rastelli is delighted with the improvements his side are making following their 4-1 win over Genoa.
Mattia De Sciglio is out of Milan’s trip to Torino on Monday evening after picking up a heel injury.
Diego Armando Maradona confirmed he is in talks to work with Napoli again. “After 30 years that love remains intact, just as it was the first day.”
Sinisa Mihajlovic hopes his players will show an appetite to gain revenge on Milan in tomorrow's Serie A encounter.
Maurizio Sarri was disappointed that Napoli failed to keep a clean sheet in their 3-1 victory over Pescara.
Eugenio Corini concedes Palermo let in “avoidable goals” in a 4-1 defeat to Sassuolo, but awaits news on his future.
Luciano Spalletti felt Roma won away to Udinese thanks to an improved mentality and “the nasty side-eye” of determination.
Empoli saw a penalty saved and Sampdoria’s Luis Muriel was denied by a goal-line clearance, as this game somehow ended 0-0.
Lazio fought back from an Andrea Petagna opener to get the better of Atalanta 2-1 and break away in the race for European places.
Sassuolo were inspired by returning Domenico Berardi, who provided two assists as they fought back to crush Palermo 4-1.
Lorenzo Tonelli got his second goal in as many games as Napoli eventually pushed Pescara aside 3-1.