1dMina Rzouki

Juve missing key players and flair

Juventus once again have drawn Real Madrid in the Champions League. The first leg will be difficult without both Medhi Benatia and Miralem Pjanic.

Transfer Rater: Ramsey to Chelsea, Alisson to Real Madrid? (1:34)
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2dBen Gladwell

Donnarumma to stay at AC Milan - Mirabelli

AC Milan's sporting director, Massimiliano Mirabelli, says his club intend to keep hold of Gianluigi Donnarumma for many more years.

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2dBen Gladwell

Marotta: FIGC presidency a dream

Juventus' general manager Beppe Marotta says it would be "a dream" to become the president of the Italian FA, but he remains loyal to Juventus.

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3dIan Holyman

Balotelli won't leave Nice on free - president

Balotelli's agent said earlier this month that the former Manchester City and Inter Milan striker would be "a bargain" when his contract expires.

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3dBen Gladwell

Inzaghi glad Europa League has no VAR

Lazio coach Simone Inzaghi says he is looking forward to Thursday night's Europa League clash with Dynamo Kiev -- because there is no VAR.

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3dJames Horncastle

Napoli's Scudetto dream not dead yet

Napoli's recent slip-ups have seen them suddenly fall four points behind Juventus in the race for the Scudetto. But don't count them out just yet.

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3dMina Rzouki

In-control Higuain a 9/10 in Juventus win

Inspired by the form of their striker, Juve grew stronger and more confident once the Argentine opened the scoring. He then assisted on the second.

3dESPN staff

Allegri warns Juve against complacency

Defending champions beat Atalanta 2-0 on Wednesday to notch up a 12th successive Serie A win and take full advantage of their game in hand.

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3dAssociated Press

Juventus open four-point lead atop Serie A

Juventus beat visiting Atalanta 2-0 on Wednesday to open up a four-point lead over Napoli that could prove decisive in the title race.

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5dAssociated Press

Sarri sorry for comments to female journo

Napoli coach Maurizio Sarri has apologised for patronising comments made to a female journalist after his side's Serie A match on Sunday.

Sarri: You're pretty, so I won't tell you to f*** off! (0:20)
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6dBen Gladwell

Dybala: Juventus now in control in Serie A

Paulo Dybala said the Serie A title is Juventus' to lose after his two goals against Udinese took them clear at the top for the first time in 2017-18.

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6dBen Gladwell

Milan's chances at Arsenal '30%' - Gattuso

Gennaro Gattuso admits AC Milan's hopes of qualifying for the Champions League via the Europa League are slim but says they can get there via Serie A.