Andrea Stramaccioni has some players back for Inter’s trip to Napoli and jokes about links with Max Allegri. “He was the only one missing!”
Nicolas Anelka and Mauricio Isla are back in the Juventus squad for tomorrow’s title decider against Palermo.
Massimiliano Allegri joined the chorus of denials about Roma and Inter, insisting third place “would be like the Scudetto” for Milan.
Inter have told Mateo Kovacic he cannot go to the Under-20 World Cup with Croatia this summer. “Pre-season training is too important.”
Francesco Totti has told L’Equipe: “I don’t know my limitations, but I do know my character perfectly well.”
Edinson Cavani could go to Manchester City in exchange for £35m plus Edin Dzeko to Napoli, according to the British Press.
Giampiero Ventura is confident Torino can cause an upset against Milan tomorrow amid reports he stormed out of training.
Milan and Inter have taken the unusual step of releasing a statement that “categorically” denies Massimiliano Allegri agreed a deal with Roma.
Antonio Conte insists Juventus “must win the Scudetto tomorrow” against Palermo, but drops a big hint he is considering his future at the club.
While Milan consider his future, it’s claimed Massimiliano Allegri has already agreed a three-year contract with Roma.
Inter have reportedly turned their attention towards PSG man Jeremy Menez, although Ruben Botta still looks likely to join despite a devastating injury.
Chievo host Cagliari this afternoon and Coach Eugenio Corini is confident “we can celebrate our safety.”
Confusion continues over the Juventus move for Mattheus, as his agent now insists “they took us for a ride and we’re very irritated.”
Milan could lose Stephan El Shaarawy for tomorrow’s game with Torino, as he has an ankle problem.
Fiorentina have released a statement responding to Zeljko Kalac’s claims their Serie A play-off with Perugia in 2004 was “fixed.”
Hellas Verona continue their march towards promotion, but with their victory sent Pro Vercelli into Lega Pro.
Vincenzo Montella faces his former club as Fiorentina welcome Roma in the fight for Europe, while Chievo need to secure safety against Cagliari.
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Josip Ilicic has claimed that games against the biggest sides are 'the most beautiful', as Palermo prepare to face Juventus.
Tommaso Rocchi has admitted that the chance to join Inter during the winter transfer window was 'an intriguing one'.
Napoli defender Hugo Campagnaro is a major doubt for the Partenopei's clash with Inter on Sunday evening.
Riccardo Montolivo has revealed that he hopes to return to action soon after suffering a muscle strain.
Bosko Jankovic has conceded that his Genoa side are 'much stronger' than Pescara, as the two prepare to face each other on Sunday.
Udinese defender Allan wants his side to qualify for next season's Europa League in honour of the fans.
Marquinhos has admitted that fellow Roma teammate Francesco Totti is a 'phenomenon'.
Blerim Dzemaili has praised the work done by Napoli Coach Walter Mazzarri, insisting that the tactician has helped his development.
Lazio midfielder Ederson has picked up yet another injury, and could be out for the remainder of the season.
The agent of Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric has rubbished rumours that his client could join Inter.
Fiorentina and Roma both desperately need the three points when they will meet on Saturday, says Giallorossi boss Aurelio Andreazzoli.
Real Madrid’s Karim Benzema will not entertain any offers from Juventus or Paris Saint-Germain this summer, says his agent.
Marco Benassi says his future at Inter could be influenced by who will be sitting on the bench next season.
Udinese have ruled out the theory that they’ve already agreed to sell Mehdi Benatia to Napoli.
Claudio Marchisio has reacted to links with Manchester United by pledging his future to Italian champions Juventus.
Milan director Barbara Berlusconi has praised boss Massimiliano Allegri, but underlined the importance of finishing in the top three.
Delio Rossi has praised Udinese and their boss Francesco Guidolin ahead of Sampdoria’s trip to the Stadio Friuli.