Marco Di Bello will take charge of Inter’s trip to Lazio, as the Serie A Week 37 referees are announced.
Multiple reports this morning suggest Napoli are looking to tie down Coach Maurizio Sarri to a new contract.
Cagliari striker Marco Borriello won his bet with Christian Vieri for over 15 goals and used the money to buy defibrillators for three towns.
Former Inter President Massimo Moratti says he would choose Napoli’s Maurizio Sarri as the club’s next Coach.
Piotr Zielinski is wanted by Real Madrid, but Maurizio Sarri refuses to let Napoli sell the Polish midfielder.
Borja Valero, Suso, Stefan Radu and Davide Astori are among the players suspended in Serie A, while Max Allegri was fined for insulting a Roma figure.
Watford manager Walter Mazzarri was caught on camera muttering that “hopefully I won’t have to see” Antonio Conte again after the Chelsea game.
Lazio striker Ciro Immobile says he expects an “angry” Juventus take to the Olimpico for Wednesday’s Coppa Italia Final.
Roma’s Bruno Peres has been the best right-back of the season in Europe’s top five Leagues, according to the CIES Football Observatory.
As Roma closed the gap with Juventus, Napoli pummelled Torino and Fiorentina completed a comeback, as Dave Taylor picks his best XI.
Former Napoli star Ezequiel Lavezzi has apologised for making a “discriminatory” pose in promotional pictures for Hebei China Fortune.
Urbano Cairo slammed Torino for already being “on holiday” after they were thrashed 5-0 by Napoli but assured star striker Andrea Belotti “is happy to stay”.
Atletico Madrid are said to be interested in a move for Milan attacking midfielder Suso this summer.
Stephan El Shaarawy saw “almost the perfect performance” from Roma to see off leaders Juventus 3-1 and postpone the Scudetto party.
Luciano Spalletti feels Roma have finally found their winning mentality after coming back to beat Juventus 3-1. “It’s proving the kind of people we are.”
Roma fought back from a goal down to defeat Juventus 3-1, throw a spanner in the Scudetto works and recapture second place from Napoli.
Corentin Tolisso “has been approached” by Juventus, said Lyon President Jean-Michel Aulas, “but recently things have calmed down.”
Federico Fazio warns tonight’s clash with Juventus is “fundamental” for Roma and second place “all depends on us” after Napoli’s victory.
Both Roma and Juventus are transformed at the Olimpico in their showdown, as the Bianconeri can win the Scudetto and Giallorossi need to answer Napoli.
Join us for all the build-up and action from the Olimpico, as Juventus can clinch the Scudetto with a point, but Roma must win or lose second to Napoli.