NEWS

There are contrasting reports in Italy linking Milan with Luciano Spalletti and Carlo Ancelotti, but they agree that any new arrival will take time.
Beppe Marotta has reiterated that talks over Antonio Conte’s future at Juventus will only happen after the season has officially ended.
Despite recent speculation to the contrary, Sinisa Mihajlovic is reported as in agreement with Sampdoria to remain as Coach for next season.
Andrea Pirlo hopes Sunday is not Antonio Conte’s last game in charge, as he defends Giorgio Chiellini and outlines World Cup ambition.
Carlos Tevez has called on Argentina to group together for the World Cup, and has a word for those saying his international career is over.
A report in Bosnia says that Juventus and Lazio have agreed a deal for Senad Lulic, but the Gazzetta dello Sport have their doubts.
Zdenek Zeman is seen as ready to return to management with Bologna, with only certain details holding up a deal.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
The Benfica curse struck once again, as they wasted numerous chances and lost the Europa League Final to Sevilla on penalties.
Napoli and Italy right-back Christian Maggio reveals the fear he felt when needing emergency surgery. “My lung was no longer there.”
Gigi Buffon believes Cesare Prandelli’s World Cup picks were “deserved” and hopes Italy can excel as underdogs.
Andrea Ranocchia believes he’ll stay at Inter next season after he was “resuscitated” in February.
Vincenzo Montella reiterated he wants Fiorentina to reinforce, but “I don’t think there will be surprises” in his future.
Olympique Marseille striker Andre Ayew confirms “I have received an offer from Napoli, but haven’t decided yet.”
Mattia Destro admits he felt “anxious” before receiving the World Cup call due to injury and a four-match ban.
Napoli and Juventus have the third most players in provisional World Cup squads, as many as Real Madrid and Barcelona.
Negotiations to sell Livorno to Stefano Bandecchi have completely collapsed, confirmed the potential buyer.
Argentina’s FA President Julio Grondona said Carlos Tevez was left out because of “a group issue.”
Roma midfielder Alessandro Florenzi admits he reacted to his World Cup exclusion “like an ambitious player.”
It’s claimed Felipe Scolari is watching Napoli midfielder Jorginho, who has to choose between Brazil and Italy.
Genk defender Kalidou Koulibaly’s agent confirmed negotiations with Napoli “are going well in the right direction.”
Potential Juventus transfer target Luis Suarez refused to rule out a Liverpool exit. “I am focused on the World Cup.”
Serie A has 99 players in the provisional World Cup squads, second only to the Premier League in Europe.
Luca Toni found some of Cesare Prandelli’s World Cup picks “strange. He opted for those who didn’t play as much.”
Silvio Berlusconi refused to say who would be Milan Coach next season, while Hachim Mastour prepares for his debut.
Alessandro Del Piero admits he is surprised by Juventus Coach Antonio Conte’s apparent stand-off with the Bianconeri.
The agent of Modibo Diakite says his client wants to stay at Fiorentina but that his future depends on parent club Sunderland.
Udinese captain Antonio Di Natale is looking forward to celebrating reaching 200 goals for the club with Bianconeri fans.
Parma have released a statement expressing their ‘extreme confidence’ they will be allowed to play in Europe next season, should they qualify.
Borja Valero’s agent says his client is ready to sign a new contract with Fiorentina whenever the club want him to.
Giacomo Bonaventura’s agent says his client is calm over his exclusion from Italy’s provisional World Cup squad.
Inter midfielder Hernanes has praised outgoing Nerazzurri captain Javier Zanetti, saying the Argentine has motivated him to follow his example.
Inter’s Hernanes believes Nerazzurri Coach Walter Mazzarri is the right man to take the club forward long term.
New Leeds United owner Massimo Cellino has bemoaned the level of debt he has taken on since buying the Championship club.
Napoli’s Lorenzo Insigne believes his side’s season has been a success but wants them to aim higher in future.

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