NEWS

Former Pescara boss Massimo Oddo has touted himself for the Fiorentina job if Paulo Sousa leaves. “Who wouldn’t?”
Daniele De Rossi believes Roberto Gagliardini can be his Italy heir and “a pillar” for the national team.
Italy CT Giampiero Ventura says the door is open for Graziano Pelle, Arrigo Sacchi’s criticism was “disappointing” and “fruits are being borne” with youth.
Giampiero Ventura has revealed that Andrea Barzagli dropped out of the Italy squad due to “problems with his wife”.
Roma’s directors are reportedly in London to thrash out a deal for Sevilla sporting director Monchi.
Stefano Sturaro’s agent reveals Napoli sporting director Cristiano Giuntoli is a fan of the midfielder, but “Juventus have always shut the door”.
Milan’s board of directors have ratified an associates’ meeting on April 14, which will confirm the club’s takeover.
Joao Mario’s former Coach insists Paul Pogba makes the Inter midfielder a bargain and that he will show his best form next season.
Zdenek Zeman admits Pescara are in “an ugly situation” as “maths is our only friend” in their unlikely fight for Serie A survival.
Argentina Coach Edgardo Bauza confirms Juventus’ Paulo Dybala will be fit for the bench tomorrow.
Aleix Vidal has been linked with Inter and Milan, but his agent promises “he has no intention” of leaving Barcelona.
The vice-President of the anti-Mafia commission warns investigations into Serie A clubs would probably reveal ticket scalping.
Sassuolo Coach Eusebio Di Francesco admits it’s “gratifying” to be linked with Fiorentina but “I still have a two-year contract”.
Hernan Crespo says Juventus have to hope Barcelona “drop to 90 or 80 per cent” in their Champions League clash.
Reports in Spain claim Real Madrid could break the world transfer record for Paulo Dybala of Juventus.
Roberto Mancini isn’t ruling out Inter qualifying for the Champions League but “the problem is the teams in front keep winning”.
Sampdoria sporting director Carlo Osti insists talk that Inter have a deal for Patrik Schick is “more fantasy than reality”.
Maurizio Zamparini admits he could “return to football” but it wouldn’t be with Palermo.
Ricardo Rodriguez’s agent admits Napoli would be an attractive destination for the Wolfsburg defender.
Milan Coach Vincenzo Montella credits his predecessor, Sinisa Mihajlovic, for Gianluigi Donnarumma’s development.
Atalanta Coach Gian Piero Gasperini admits it would be “a small disappointment” to miss out on European football.
Napoli Coach Maurizio Sarri is honoured to receive the Panchina d’Oro - “for once I finished above Max Allegri!”.
New Palermo President Paul Baccaglini hopes to complete the purchase by April 30, and jokes about signing Neymar.
Napoli Coach Maurizio Sarri has won the Panchina d’Oro, beating Juventus’ Max Allegri and Sassuolo’s Eusebio Di Francesco.
Former Italy goalkeeper Francesco Toldo insists Gianluigi Donnarumma will only get Azzurri chance 'when Gianluigi Buffon decides to quit'.
Inter can breathe a sigh of relief as it is revealed an injury sustained by Marcelo Brozovic is not thought to be serious.
Sevilla are said to be interested in bringing Fiorentina forward Josip Ilicic to La Liga.
Sassuolo midfielder Lorenzo Pellegrini responds to links with Juventus and Roma, revealing 'we'll see in the summer'.
Napoli midfielder Piotr Zielinski reveals that he ‘doesn’t want the Premier League’, preferring to remain with the Partenopei.
Barcelona technical director Roberto Fernandez admits 'it would be complicated' to sign Paulo Dybala or Marco Verratti.
Fiorentina are said to be looking at Atalanta and Italy striker Andrea Petagna.
Deportivo La Coruna boss Pepe Mel reveals that Barcelona fear Juventus striker Gonzalo Higuain.
Deportivo La Coruna Coach Pepe Mel stresses 'Juve must press' Barcelona in their forthcoming Champions League quarter-final.
Legendary Fiorentina number 10 Giancarlo Antognoni urged his successor Federico Bernardeschi to remain with the club.
Fiorentina Vice President Giancarlo Antognoni reveals his belief that their 'next Coach will be an Italian'.

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