NEWS

Napoli are prepared to make Cristian Chivu their highest paid player in order to sign him from Inter this summer.
Fiorentina have reportedly promised Valon Behrami a new contract at the club once this campaign comes to an end.
Palermo’s Emiliano Viviano is the best Italian goalkeeper there is behind Gigi Buffon of Juventus, says Giovanni Galli.
Christian Maggio’s representative has reacted quickly to dismiss speculation that the player could leave Napoli for Chelsea.
Cesare Prandelli’s Italian national side have fallen outside the Top 10 of the FIFA World Rankings.
A report in Turkey is suggesting that Fenerbahce will make an offer for Juventus’ Milos Krasic at the end of the season.
Mark Van Bommel returned to full training with Milan on Wednesday after recovering from a back problem.
Chievo have explained why a ball-boy reluctantly accepted Sulley Muntari’s Milan shirt at the end of the game.
Chievo stopper Francesco Acerbi has admitted he wouldn’t hesitate in accepting an offer from Milan.
Antonio Nocerino has warned Juventus that they will have to fight for the Scudetto. “We at Milan are not dead yet.”
Gianfranco Zola has admitted that he’d like to get back into football – with a job at Chelsea his dream.
Inter veteran Javier Zanetti will draw level with Dino Zoff in the Serie A appearance charts if he features against Siena tonight.
The promotion of youth team boss Andrea Stramaccioni has actually seen the average age of the Inter side increase!
Juventus’ Andrea Pirlo hasn’t been beaten in a Serie A game in which he has taken part of since December 18, 2010.
Stefano Sorrentino has admitted that he had little chance of keeping out Sulley Muntari’s goal in the Chievo-Milan tie.
Chievo didn’t deserve to lose to Milan in Tuesday’s Serie A game, insists boss Domenico Di Carlo.
Sulley Muntari was left red-faced after he handed a ball-boy his Milan shirt – only for the kid to try and give it back!
Gennaro Gattuso has likened Juventus boss Antonio Conte to Al Pacino following his widely publicised motivational speech. “I was fired up by it.”
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Massimiliano Allegri slammed naysayers after they “kept the Scudetto race alive” by beating Chievo. “The criticism of Milan has been excessive.”
Sulley Ali Muntari’s strike earned Milan a crucial victory away to Chievo, but they had to fight hard to scrape the points.
The Serie B game between Torino and Reggina that was abandoned due to a hailstorm will resume on April 25.
Udinese have officially signed Swiss Under-21 international Silvan Widmer via their satellite club in Spain Granada.
Francesco Guidolin confirms Antonio Di Natale will play against Roma tomorrow despite fatigue, as Udinese cling to third place.
Milan give Mattia De Sciglio his Serie A debut and draft in Mario Yepes, as a decimated side takes on Chievo this evening.
Juventus director general Beppe Marotta insists they “never discussed” a summer swoop for Alessandro Nesta, who could miss Chievo-Milan tonight.
Inter are still without Wesley Sneijder and Douglas Maicon against Siena, but Ricky Alvarez returns to the squad.
Mario Balotelli has escaped a potential nine-match ban after the FA ruled it will not take retrospective action for his tackle on Alex Song.
Andrea Pirlo warns that his former teammates “Milan are not in crisis, but now the Scudetto depends only on Juventus. Lazio are merely the first hurdle.”
Lyon star Ederson has confirmed “my agent is talking to Lazio, I can say that with certainty, but we need to wait a little longer.”
Delio Rossi has urged the fans to “support Fiorentina” against Palermo, as even victory over Milan so far isn’t enough to make home games less hostile.
Ahead of visiting Inter in midweek, Giuseppe Sannino declares that three more points will be enough to achieve safety for Siena this season.
Cagliari have confirmed that this weekend’s fixture with Catania has been put back 24 hours so as to be played in Trieste.
Andrea Stramaccioni is keen to see Inter continue to improve under his reign as he welcomes Siena to San Siro on Wednesday night.
Edy Reja admits that to beat Juventus on Wednesday night will be difficult, but that he hopes at least fortune favours his Aquile this time around.

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