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Paolo De Ceglie says Juventus are “driven” towards victory, and discussed his return to the club.
Ischia director Pino Iodice claims Claudio Lotito used “Godfather language,” criticising Andrea Agnelli, Adriano Galliani and Marcello Nicchi.
Lorenzo Tonelli already scored against Milan this season and believes Empoli can upset them again at San Siro.
This morning there are reports investors from Thailand have offered €1bn to buy Milan from Silvio Berlusconi.
Giampietro Manenti insists not only will he perform the “miracle” of saving Parma, but also “take them back to the highest level.”
Andrea Mandorlini prepares to face Genoa and would welcome “great player” Antonio Cassano to Verona.
Reports assume Milan will sign Daniele Baselli next season, but the Atalanta midfielder insists he “signed nothing.”
Today there are bound to be goals galore in Sassuolo-Fiorentina and Palermo-Napoli, then Atalanta-Inter is a local derby and Milan host Empoli.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Perugia got themselves back on track with two second half goals to beat Modena.
Antonio Conte assured he “never considered quitting the Nazionale and I never will,” but revealed his love for karaoke.
Italy and Portugal will play a friendly match in Qatar on June 16 2015, it has been announced.
Lega Serie A President Maurizio Beretta said Claudio Lotito wasn’t entirely wrong when saying he “decides nothing.”
Lazio President Claudio Lotito hit back at the “ambush” of recorded phone calls released to the media, defending his comments.
Beppe Iachini called Napoli “almost unbeatable,” but assured Palermo will attack them with everything tomorrow night.
Gigi Buffon said Milan’s protest over Juventus replays was “bizarre, the kind of thing only Italians can do.”
Roma President James Pallotta mocked Lazio chief Claudio Lotito for “taking credit” for selling Serie A TV rights.
Pino Iodice claims he has “far worse” recorded phone calls featuring “threats” from Lazio President Claudio Lotito.
Andrea Abodi and Mario Macalli replied to Claudio Lotito after a “nauseating” taped phone call on power in football.
Juan Manuel Vargas returns for Fiorentina in tomorrow’s trip to Sassuolo, but Jose Maria Basanta is out.
The Lega Serie A voted to introduce goal-line technology from 2015-16, but there are three systems available.
President Silvio Berlusconi is “happy” Mattia Destro arrived and wants “a young Italian Milan, preferably from our academy.”
Enzo Maresca and Giancarlo Gonzalez are out of Palermo’s game with Napoli tomorrow night.
Parma are heading for another points penalty after being deferred to the Disciplinary Commission for unpaid wages.
Inter Coach Roberto Mancini warns Mauro Icardi must improve, and says he bears no ill-will toward Dani Osvaldo.
Roberto Mancini has urged the Inter hierarchy to stump up the money to bring Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure to Serie A.
Juventus’ Kwadwo Asamoah can return to training in two weeks, after a checkup on his knee injury gave positive news.
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio assures promotion is only decided by results, amidst a storm involving Claudio Lotito.
Pietro Leonardi says he expects Parma to pay outstanding player wages by Monday, but is stepping down from the board.
Fiorentina Coach Vincenzo Montella says he’s concentrating on Sassuolo, not the Europa League tie with Tottenham.
Juventus board member Pavel Nedved insists it’s not a foregone conclusion that the club will sell Paul Pogba.
Serie B side Carpi have responded with ‘disbelief and indignation’ after Lazio President Claudio Lotito said their promotion would be bad for Serie A.
Antonio Cassano says a return to Bari is ‘difficult’, despite the fact that he loves the club and city.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito is at the centre of controversy after leaked phone-calls allegedly show him claiming to wield power over governing bodies.
Napoli are not assured Champions League qualification according to Coach Rafael Benitez, despite a seven point cushion in third.

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