NEWS

Milan’s holding company Fininvest has reportedly denied that Silvio Berlusconi has sold the club for €700m.
Silvio Berlusconi’s son Pier Silvio Berlusconi says he ‘doesn’t know anything’ about a possible Milan sale.
Reports say Silvio Berlusconi has agreed to sell Milan to a Chinese group of investors for €700m.
Lazio could challenge Inter for the signing of on-loan Sao Paulo striker Jonathan Calleri, according to reports.
Inter defender Joao Miranda believes there’s ‘still a small chance of the Champions League’ despite being seven points off Roma.
Verona have reportedly requested €6m for the sale of Artur Ionita and Pierluigi Gollini to Napoli.
The Alibaba group has declined to comment on speculation that founder Jack Ma is leading the group of investors trying to buy Milan.
Reports say that Fiorentina striker Nikola Kalinic is a target for Tottenham Hotspur this summer.
Five Serie A clubs are competing to sign Lazio winger Antonio Candreva this summer, say reports.
Southampton’s Graziano Pelle is reportedly Lazio’s number one striker target ahead of Torino’s Ciro Immobile.
Jack Ma, China’s richest man, is reportedly leading the group interested in Milan and he wants to build a new stadium.
The deal between Suning Commerce Group and Inter is now only missing Massimo Moratti’s approval, say reports.
Napoli reportedly want to fight off interest in Kalidou Koulibaly from Spain and England by doubling his salary in a contract renewal.
Reports say the Coppa Italia final will be decisive for Milan Coach Cristian Brocchi, as Marcello Lippi is on standby.
Milan will reportedly let Carlos Bacca leave in the summer as it’s unlikely they will meet demands for an improved deal.
Patrice Evra reveals ‘I’ll make a decision on my future at the end of the season’ as his Juventus contract nears expiry.
Juventus’ ‘change in mentality’ is ‘down to incredible Massimiliano Allegri’, according to Patrice Evra.
Juventus are ‘a war machine’ says Patrice Evra, who believes ‘next year will be really important’ as they target Champions League glory.
Inter will reportedly hold talks with Sassuolo for Sime Vrsaljko, but alternatives include Torino’s Bruno Peres and Juventus’ Martin Caceres.
Reports say Juventus aim to keep Paul Pogba and sign three world-class players this summer.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Zinedine Zidane had a message for Juventus, but remained cagey on Alvaro Morata’s Real Madrid future.
Manchester City thanked Joe Hart for a 0-0 Champions League semi-final first leg draw with Real Madrid, though Cristiano Ronaldo missed out.
Ciro Immobile’s Torino comeback has been delayed again, as a cyst has formed on the location of the thigh strain.
Juventus and Napoli are set to meet the agent of Valencia midfielder Andre Gomes later this week.
Italian media claim Chelsea are very close to securing Radja Nainggolan from Roma for €40m (£31m).
Carlo Tavecchio warned Italy won’t seek a new Coach until May 21, “because a series of elements could move to make us change decisions.”
Diego Simeone confessed “one day I will return to Inter as a Coach, because I have good memories as a player there.”
Radja Nainggolan is “a universal midfielder wanted by many clubs,” confirmed Roma director Walter Sabatini, but he’s cagey on Chelsea links.
Roma director Walter Sabatini asks Francesco Totti about his retirement. “Do you want to end at the top or when you can’t take it anymore?”
Walter Sabatini reveals Max Allegri almost joined Roma in 2013, but wouldn’t advise Juventus to buy Medhi Benatia.
Walter Sabatini does not regret waiting for Luciano Spalletti, as “Roma couldn’t have won the Scudetto against Juventus.”
Kenya international McDonald Mariga received a five-match Serie B ban for squeezing a referee’s hand so hard it drew blood.
Carpi President Stefano Bonacini hit back at Maurizio Zamparini for claiming referees are trying to relegate Palermo.
Milan Coach Cristian Brocchi was among the students visiting Fiorentina and Paulo Sousa for tactical lessons today.