NEWS

Geoffrey Kondogbia returns, as Roberto Mancini names his Inter squad to face Udinese.
Sinisa Mihajlovic notes “the tension at Milan wasn’t there” when he was Coach.
Federico Bernardeschi describes Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon as “a legend” but “I wouldn’t mind scoring past him…”
Midfielder Hernanes reminds Juventus “we haven’t won anything yet”.
Gonzalo Higuain’s father, Jorge, declares “Napoli are not a team who have had help like Juventus”.
Seydou Keita is “happy” for Francesco Totti but “he’s a player like any other in the dressing room”.
Cesare Prandelli believes “there’s something missing” at boardroom level for Roma due to their handling of the Francesco Totti saga.
Former Roma President Rosella Sensi believes Francesco Totti “deserves more playing time”.
Representatives of the Suning Group have arrived to discuss investment in Inter, but Massimo Moratti won’t be President.
Manchester United full-back Matteo Darmian admits he struggled to adapt to English football - “it's more physical and less tactical.”
Reports suggest Claudio Lotito is in talks to sell Lazio to a Russian consortium.
Stefano Sturaro will not travel to Florence with the Juventus squad, as he’s suffering from mumps, but he was suspended anyway.
Roberto Mancini warns Udinese “have nothing to lose” against Inter tomorrow.
Roberto Mancini says “it’s my fault” Inter are outsiders for Champions League qualification.
Inter Coach Roberto Mancini isn’t giving up on the Champions League - “wait until the end”.
Carlos Bacca apologised to Cristian Brocchi and Milan for his actions last night - “that’s not me”.
Juventus and Paul Pogba have reportedly agreed that the midfielder will stay in Turin this summer.
With Roma making a superb late comeback and several cracking goals scored it’s been an exciting midweek as Dave Taylor selects his top XI from Week 34.
Coach Luigi De Canio says he was always confident Udinese would escape relegation and expects 'both teams to try and win' against Inter.
Mario Balotelli and Alex have been handed a one-day ban after Milan – Carpi, and both clubs have been fined.
Paolo Tagliavento will officiate Fiorentina-Juventus, while Daniele Orsato has to handle Roma-Napoli.
Radja Nainngolan is allegedly open to leaving Roma as Chelsea become increasingly confident of signing him.
Roma and Napoli are both after Franco-Tunisian striker Wissam Ben Yedder, currently playing for Toulouse.
Inter are apparently under an espionage threat as CEO Michael Bolingbroke found a bug in their offices.
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio held a summit with Lega Serie A and B over the upcoming introduction of video replays.
Diego Laxalt's agent says Inter won't take him back from Genoa, which is 'a shame, he's hitting his prime'.
Andrea Barzagli says Juventus' defeats in the Champions League 'don't come down to bad luck'.
Andrea Barzagli wishes he were younger to have more years with Juventus, while revealing their strength lies in teamwork.
Fiorentina midfielder Matias Vecino won't be able to face Juventus after picking up an injury against Udinese.
The date for the sale of Milan to a Chinese group keeps being postponed as Silvio Berlusconi won't let go of the club's control.
Arsenal are reportedly attempting to bring back former loanee Emiliano Viviano, but Sampdoria plan to resist them.
Inter are after Lazio's Antonio Candreva and may sign him thanks to the profits from the sale of Fredy Guarin.
The Chinese delegation from the Suning Group landed in Milan to meet Inter, with a sale deal apparently very nearly reached.
As Juventus prepare to celebrate the Scudetto, Beppe Marotta plans the transfer strategy one department at a time.
United Arabian Emirates team Al Jazira are after Roma captain Francesco Totti as his club won't renew his contract.

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