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Max Allegri reportedly has to pick between Martin Caceres and Angelo Ogbonna, and Alvaro Morata and Fernando Llorente against Atletico Madrid.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Ashley Cole said his Roma side “can be proud of ourselves” after a 1-1 draw at Manchester City.
Manchester City forward Stevan Jovetic praised “an excellent Roma who played better and fully deserved the point.”
Marco Verratti scored his first ever PSG goal to beat Barcelona 3-2. “These are the games you dream of as a kid.”
James Milner admits Manchester City “didn’t play at our best” in a 1-1 Champions League draw with Roma.
Rudi Garcia said Roma “proved we are up to the standard” of Manchester City and joked about Ashley Cole’s performance.
Manuel Pellegrini was “more disappointed by the performance than the result” of Manchester City against Roma.
Miralem Pjanic “expected to be under more pressure” from Manchester City and felt Roma could’ve won.
Francesco Totti feels Roma deserved to beat Manchester City tonight, as “we proved what we are worth and what we can do.”
Francesco Totti made history with his magnificent chip to earn Roma a very good 1-1 draw at Manchester City.
Fiorentina have an injury crisis for the Europa League trip to Dinamo Minsk, losing another two players.
Alessandro Florenzi starts for Roma against Manchester City tonight, but hopes “it can be Francesco Totti’s moment.”
Morgan De Sanctis is out and Francesco Totti in as Roma take on Manchester City in the Champions League.
Max Allegri reveals Alvaro Morata could start for Juventus against an Atletico Madrid side “reflects Diego Simeone’s character.”
Gigi Buffon said Atletico Madrid “are no longer a surprise” and the Juventus captain has no intention of relinquishing his clean sheet.
Milan are reportedly ready to offer M’Baye Niang in exchange for Sampdoria midfielder Pedro Obiang in January.
Roma hitman Gervinho faces Manchester City tonight and took the opportunity to slam Arsene Wenger.
Brescia President Gino Corioni complained Rafa Benitez is making Napoli star Marek Hamsik “seem worthless.”
Bernardo Corradi advised Rudi Garcia’s Roma on how to get the better of Manchester City tonight.
President Claudio Lotito said last night’s 4-0 victory at Palermo showed “the real Lazio” and Filip Djordjevic.
Sampdoria director Carlo Osti admits “there will always be talk of Antonio Cassano’s return as long as he is playing.”
France Football identified Mario Balotelli, Marco Verratti, Jose Mourinho and Zdenek Zeman among football’s worst provocateurs.
It was a day for foreigners, freak goals and free-kicks in Serie A as Dave Taylor picks his best XI from Week 5.
The Lega Serie A handed Cristian Zapata, Yuto Nagatomo and Afriyie Acquah one-game suspensions.
Alessandro Del Piero believes Atletico Madrid are favourites ahead of Juventus tomorrow, as he reflects on his former team’s chances in Europe.
Beppe Iachini reportedly has two more games to convince Maurizio Zamparini against considering a change on the Palermo bench.
Roma will reportedly hold contract talks with Douglas Maicon this week, and start talks with Alessandro Florenzi shortly.
Diego Godin has made clear that Atletico Madrid have no fear in facing Juventus tomorrow, as he jokes Gigi Buffon should be the one to worry.
Diego Simeone has labelled Atletico Madrid’s clash with Juventus as a ‘final’, whilst he outlines his respect for the Bianconeri.
Juventus have listed 22 players for the trip to Atletico Madrid, including Martin Caceres, but Romulo requires surgery.
Rafa Benitez has named a 20-man Napoli squad to travel out to Slovan Bratislava, omitting Juan Zuniga and Jorginho.
Alvaro Morata has explained his motivation to join Juventus, as well as the Bianconeri’s ambition against Atletico Madrid tomorrow night.
Diego Godin says Juventus could follow in Atletico Madrid’s footsteps, but that it would not be so much of a surprise.
Arrigo Sacchi has urged Juventus to attack Atletico Madrid and to be as aggressive as they are, if they want to get a result at the Vicente Calderon.

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