Gerard Deulofeu’s entourage will reportedly meet Barcelona after El Clasico, as he wants guarantees before returning.
Reports in France suggest Paris Saint-Germain have given up on Monchi, leaving the way clear for Roma.
The Easter Weekend meant there was a bumper day of Serie A football on Saturday, and Week 32 may well come to be remembered as a crucial day.
Javier Mascherano is a doubt for Barcelona-Juventus, as the Argentine missed training with a calf injury.
Juventus are reportedly interested in Leon Goretzka, but they face competition from Bayern Munich and the Premier League.
Marco Verratti ranks Paris Saint-Germain teammate Thiago Silva ahead of Leonardo Bonucci and Giorgio Chiellini - “they need each other, he’s strong with anyone”.
The Derby della Madonnina once again turned out to be a game with a dramatic end, so, what did we learn from Inter and Milan's latest?
The head of the agency which represents Luiz Gustavo insists the Wolfsburg midfielder “is not in talks with Milan”.
Schalke left-back Sead Kolasinac has not signed for Arsenal and will decide between the Gunners and Milan next week, said his father.
Neymar is confident the 3-0 defeat to Juventus can be overturned. “It doesn’t matter which team we’re facing, the fact is we are always Barcelona.”
With Roma only drawing, Napoli’s win over Udinese brings them within two points of second place, as Dave Taylor selects his best XI from Week 32.
Giorgio Chiellini warns Juventus can’t just defend at Barcelona and accuses Pescara of “intimidation” after the Paulo Dybala injury.
Aurelio De Laurentiis insists Napoli are “getting closer to the Scudetto, one step at a time,” and now target Roma in second place.
Claudio Ranieri is “100 per cent convinced” the Leicester City players did not get him fired and revealed “there had already been problems inside the club.”
Inter’s 2-2 draw with Milan reportedly doomed Stefano Pioli to the sack this summer, as Diego Simeone becomes the number one target.
Barcelona Coach Luis Enrique warned he could “go at Juventus with eight strikers” in the Champions League quarter-final.
Juventus are confident Paulo Dybala will recover from a sprained ankle in time to face Barcelona on Wednesday at Camp Nou.
Adriano Galliani has left Milan, but admits he “went completely mad” at the last-gasp equaliser. “Inter can’t complain.”
Roma star Alessandro Florenzi was devastated after rupturing his ACL again. “It was worse than the first time, because I wasn’t expecting it.”
Marek Hamsik can’t wait to beat Diego Maradona’s record and believes Napoli “play the most beautiful football in Europe.”
Paco Alcacer insists Barcelona have nothing to fear from Juventus, because “on paper Paris Saint-Germain were harder to overcome.”
Dries Mertens is reportedly closer to a contract renewal with Napoli, but it would include a relatively low release clause.
Jesus Navas is ready to accept a three-year contract with Roma when his Manchester City deal expires, claim Italian reports.
Gerard Pique believes Barcelona can complete another epic comeback against Juventus and conquer Real Madrid in La Liga too.
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Chievo Coach Ronaldo Maran admits it was “a day to forget” after their 4-0 hammering at the hands of Cagliari.
Roberto Donadoni believes Bologna “deserved three points” away to Palermo, but gave Erick Pulgar a lecture on losing his cool.
Barcelona director Robert Fernandez confirmed “we are undoubtedly considering a Gerard Deulofeu recall for next season.”
Maurizio Sarri saw an increased maturity and patience from Napoli as they picked Udinese apart 3-0, but warned Roma remain in front.
Gigi Del Neri rued an “error of positioning” that allowed Napoli to break through against a well-drilled Udinese.
Eusebio Di Francesco was pleased to end the home losing streak and feels Sassuolo have learned from this season, but his future remains in doubt.
Massimo Rastelli hailed an “extraordinary campaign” for Cagliari despite their injury problems after a 4-0 thrashing of Chievo.
Jose Callejon thanked the Napoli fans for “making me feel at home” and is confident they can catch Roma in second place.
Udinese managed to frustrate Napoli for 48 minutes, but eventually capitulated 3-0 as the gap from second-placed Roma closed to two points.
Mario Balotelli told fans via social media that Silvio Berlusconi didn’t want him at Milan, but he “would go” to Napoli.