NEWS

New Palermo owner Paul Baccaglini outlined his plans for the club. “Maurizio Zamparini was tired of insults and pressure. This is a collaboration between us.”
Dino Zoff assures Barcelona’s fightback against Paris Saint-Germain “could never happen with Juventus, who can defend against Leo Messi, Neymar and Luis Suarez.”
Everton are eyeing up Sampdoria striker Patrik Schick and Genoa’s Giovanni Simeone to replace Romelu Lukaku.
Mauro Camoranesi reveals Juventus almost signed Barcelona legend Lionel Messi. “Fabio Capello had already seen his potential” in 2005.
Fiorentina director Pantaleo Corvino assures the club and Coach Paulo Sousa “made a pact with the team” and hope the fans will follow suit.
Paulo Sousa expects Crotone to stand by their own strengths and Fiorentina will do the same, but there is a Federico Bernardeschi problem.
Hertha Berlin Coach Rainer Widmayer revealed he is “inspired by Maurizio Sarri” and studies Napoli training sessions.
Sassuolo Coach Eusebio Di Francesco reportedly met with Fiorentina directors to replace Paulo Sousa.
Roberto Baggio wrote an open letter to former Roma, Bologna and Brescia Coach Carlo Mazzone on his 80th birthday. “You are a true legend.”
Gianluca Zambrotta is confident Juventus can beat Barcelona in the Champions League. “Max Allegri’s side has never been closer to Barça.”
Manchester City are reportedly planning a £30m summer swoop for Roma defender Antonio Rudiger.
Inter and Sevilla are reportedly showing interest in Tottenham Hotspur and South Korea forward Heung-min Son.
Andres Iniesta warns Juventus “have players capable of changing a game at any moment and it’ll be very difficult” for Barcelona.
Milan winger Gerard Deulofeu has earned a recall for Spain after almost three years. “With his move to Milan, he’s back to being an important player.”
Zlatan Ibrahimovic gave a long interview to Fabio Capello, covering Manchester United, Juventus, Inter, Milan, Pep Guardiola and Paris Saint-Germain.
Andrea Mandorlini “has faith” in his under-fire Genoa side, as they try to escape fan protests against Milan tonight.
Several Serie A-based players have been called up by Colombia for their World Cup qualifiers against Bolivia and Ecuador, including debutant Duvan Zapata.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
The mayor of Naples says Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis gave “a straight no” to a new stadium.
It’s reported that Milan President Silvio Berlusconi is angry with Sino-Europe Sports, after another delay to their takeover.
Roma Coach Luciano Spalletti confirms he’ll meet President James Pallotta “in the next few days”.
Everton will reportedly send scouts to Inter-Sampdoria, to watch Lucas Torreira, Dennis Praet and Patrik Schick.
Chapecoense’s President reveals only Roma and Barcelona made concrete offers to help the Brazilian club.
Sassuolo midfielder Alberto Aquilani describes the “strong emotion” of facing Roma, and won’t celebrate if he scores.
Lyon supporters have denounced the Roman police, who maintain their actions were “rigorous” but not abusive.
Argentina Coach Edgardo Bauza says Mauro Icardi is “calm” over his exclusion, which is because “he’s not a player who helps keep the ball”.
Roma President James Pallotta “will definitely meet” Luciano Spalletti, and was “proud” of the Lyon performance.
Claudio Marchisio insists Juventus don’t see the Barcelona tie as a chance for revenge - “it will be totally different”.
Claudio Lotito will become the new President of the Lega Serie B, as he’s the only candidate.
Carlos Bacca’s suspension and Suso’s injury means Patrick Cutrone is called-up to the Milan squad to face Genoa.
Juventus have reportedly cooled their interest in Domenico Berardi, leaving the way clear for Inter.
Fiorentina defender Gonzalo Rodriguez is in talks with Inter and Milan, according to his agent Palito Ortega.
Stefano Pioli has a full Inter squad available for tomorrow’s trip to Torino.
The decision to penalise Mattia De Sciglio during Juventus-Milan has reportedly been deemed incorrect, with the officials involved being demoted this weekend.
Yaya Toure’s agent has revealed that “I have spoken with clubs in Italy” as the midfielder’s contract with Manchester City continues to run down.

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