Today’s Papers – Chiellini Captain America, Juve push for Pogba

La Gazzetta dello Sport

Race for survival: three looking for points. Torino against Verona: full pressing

Derby worth everything

Milan, Pioli leads the assault of Pioli’s top players

Inter, the race is a love affair for Barella

Rossoneri and Nerazzurri, absolute dominion. Tense battle at distance tomorrow. Donadoni and Bergomi’s views.

Juventus’ veteran toward California

Chiello Captain America

Chiellini met Agnelli and is in talks with Los Angeles FC. Meantime, the club has full trust in Allegri, but wants much more.

Gigio wins: PSG is his

Donnarumma, Navas is free to leave and will be put on the market. Good news for Italy.

Spalletti, message to De Laurentiis: ‘I’ll be the coach’

Corriere dello Sport

Plans change after Coppa’s disappointment: now they gamble on experience

Juventus react

Pogba or Milinkovic, Di Maria and Perisic. Allegri’s true list

Three champions on a free transfer and Lazio’s sergeant to bring the club back to success. The campaign for relaunch has started

Inter ask for Gasp’s help

Milan host Atalanta, Pioli relies on Giroud-Leao. Inzaghi away at Cagliari: Bastoni returns to the starting XI. Correa favourite over Dzeko in attack.

Genoa at the Maradona

Spalletti show: ‘I’ll go around Naples by camper’

‘I’ll stay here next season, they want to destroy us’

Giallorossi against Venezia (20.45). Safety: Salernitana and Spezia on the pitch

Roma for Europe, Mou attacks

The Portuguese: ‘We are tired of referees and VAR errors.’ Granata at Empoli, Ligurians at Udine.

Tuttosport

Pogba-Juve step forward

The negotiation takes off. There have been the first few contacts between Nedved and the midfielder who wants to return. Now, the obstacle is a super offer from PSG.

Toro-Belotti: the yes is closer

Summit with Vagnati, but there will be more meetings with Cairo. Everyone urges Gallo to stay. Brekalo: permanent move tomorrow? Today Granata at Verona. Fans return to Fila on Monday.

Spalletti, the storm continues

The coach fights back criticism and jokes about the restitution of his car. ‘At the start of the season they predicted we’d finish 7th. I stay.’