NEWS

Manchester United are reportedly lining up a large bid for Lazio winger Felipe Anderson, but the club have no intention of selling.
Today's front pages from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Rudi Garcia praised Roma’s calm heads to overturn Udinese and warned the derby with Lazio “is a Champions League play-off.”
Andrea Stramaccioni joked about the defensive howler that allowed Roma to beat Udinese. “I don’t know who to get angry with!”
Radja Nainggolan is fully aware that Roma v Lazio is “the most important game” for their Champions League ambitions.
Roma fought back from a goal down to beat Udinese 2-1 in a hugely entertaining game, as both sides rattled the woodwork.
Rolando Maran felt it “was not the usual Chievo” who were beaten 2-0 by Torino today.
There are reports Mauro Icardi turned down a contract renewal with Inter, as he wants more money.
Maurizio Sarri was furious with his “arrogant” Empoli after defeat to Verona and threatened a training retreat.
Gianluca Festa assured “it would be an honour” to remain as Cagliari Coach in Serie B after relegation.
Andrea Mandorlini hopes Verona can help Luca Toni achieve his “fairy tale” Capocannoniere title.
Roma director Walter Sabatini said they are “closer” to a Radja Nainggolan deal, but moving the derby with Lazio is “wrong.”
Vincenzo Montella will “meet with the club” to discuss his future, but is prepared to “go up against an entire city” of Fiorentina fans.
Roma bring Francesco Totti back into the starting XI in a must-win game against Udinese.
The pressure is on Roma to beat Udinese and keep up with arch rivals Lazio in the race for second.
Inter President Erick Thohir reportedly gave the all clear to sign Yaya Toure and Stevan Jovetic from Manchester City.
Giampiero Ventura said Maxi Lopez “must decide if he wants to be a protagonist” at Torino after today’s brace.
Gian Piero Gasperini said this Genoa side is “the most satisfying moment of my career,” but they might not be allowed into Europe.
Cagliari are relegated and director Francesco Marroccu confirms “we’ve received offers for Godfred Donsah and Albin Ekdal.”
“Paulo Dybala is now a Juventus player,” confirmed Palermo Coach Beppe Iachini.
Edy Reja admits “there has never been such a painless defeat” after Atalanta secured Serie A safety despite losing 4-1 to Genoa.
Fiorentina are without numerous players against Parma, including Federico Bernardeschi and Juan Manuel Vargas.
Domenico Di Carlo hopes Cesena can show “the good foundations for next season” against Napoli.
Genoa crushed Atalanta 4-1, but Cagliari are relegated anyway after losing to Palermo, while Maxi Lopez revived Torino and Verona saw off Empoli.
Serie B side Modena have recalled Coach Walter Novellino just three months after he was fired.
Pippo Inzaghi felt the referee ruined Milan’s 3-2 defeat to Sassuolo, which saw a phantom goal and two red cards.
Eusebio Di Francesco said blaming the officials was ignoring the fine Sassuolo performance to beat Milan 3-2.
Domenico Berardi admits “facing Milan brings me luck” after his hat-trick gave Sassuolo a 3-2 victory.
Domenico Berardi’s hat-trick saw Sassuolo sink nine-man Milan in a 3-2 thriller, but it included a ‘phantom’ goal.
Follow all the action as it happens from Sunday afternoon in Serie A with Torino-Chievo, Cagliari-Palermo, Atalanta-Genoa and Verona-Empoli.
There are reports Napoli will beat Milan to the duo of Sevilla Coach Unai Emery and director Ramon Monchi.
Manolo Gabbiadini is out of Napoli’s Monday night Serie A game against Cesena.
There are two of the most unpredictable sides in Serie A facing off, as Milan visit Domenico Berardi’s Sassuolo.
Napoli could undergo a complete revamp this summer, as Rafa Benitez and director of sport Riccardo Bigon are on the way out.
Coach Roberto Donadoni said “the present is what it is, but the future of Parma has got to be better.”