NEWS

The purchase of Inter shares by the Suning Group could be part of a larger Chinese football plan, say reports.
Frosinone and Palermo go into today’s six-pointer knowing defeat or even a draw could doom them to relegation.
President Silvio Berlusconi may add a clause in his deal for the sale of Milan that may let him retain control of the club's transfers.
Roma are after Chelsea striker Radamel Falcao, but are also preparing a number of alternatives from the French Ligue 1.
Carlo Tavecchio says Antonio Conte is 'the Azzurri's North Star' and promises a new Coach by the end of May.
Torino's Stadio Olimpico will officially become the Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino as of today.
Juventus are said to have secured Valencia midfielder Andre Gomes for next season in a deal worth €30m.
Milan will meet with Liverpool to keep Mario Balotelli, either on a permanent basis or on an extended loan.
Cristian Brocchi could completely revamp his Milan line-up against Verona tomorrow, bringing in Keisuke Honda, Jose Mauri and Jeremy Menez.
Eusebio Di Francesco prepares to face Torino and explains why he renewed his Sassuolo contract. “I believe in the club.”
Jeison Murillo shrugged off transfer speculation around Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool. “I want to stay with Inter.”
Davide Ballardini insists Palermo’s trip to Frosinone is “not our last chance” to stay in Serie A. “It still depends on us.”
Leaders Juventus visit Fiorentina, there are crunch relegation dogfights and three games on Monday, including Roma-Napoli.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Udinese Coach Gigi De Canio was “satisfied with the performance, not the result, but we had a late chance” against Inter.
Roberto Mancini feels Inter’s 3-1 victory over Udinese keeps them in the hunt for third place. “Strange things happen in football.”
Stevan Jovetic celebrated his first Inter goals since December and noted Europa League qualification is “an improvement.”
Stevan Jovetic’s brace overturned an early Cyril Thereau volley as Inter beat Udinese 3-1, the first time they’ve won this season from a trailing situation.
Gigi Del Neri concedes Verona relegation “is now certain, but we’ll still give our all” against Milan on Monday.
Inter v Udinese made history as the first Serie A game – only the second in Europe – with only foreign players.
Inter Vice-President Javier Zanetti is “honoured” that the President of Suning Commerce Group flew in for talks and is in the stands against Udinese.
President Erick Thohir assured he is “not planning to buy any English club, nor sell the majority of Inter shares.”
Roma-Napoli is on Monday afternoon, but security forces have to readjust as at least 1,500 visiting fans get around the ban.
Geoffrey Kondogbia warned Inter have “a very difficult game” against Udinese, “but three points are fundamental.”
It’s reported both Erick Thohir and Massimo Moratti will sell some of their shares to allow Suning Commerce Group into Inter.
Inter reshuffle the pack yet again with Jonathan Biabiany and Stevan Jovetic supporting Mauro Icardi against Duvan Zapata’s Udinese.
Inter need to get back on track after a shock setback, but host Udinese who are fresh from beating Fiorentina.
Javier Zanetti has been given a contract renewal “for life” with Inter. "It's an honour for me to spend the rest of my career at the place I love the most.”
Spal have gained promotion into Serie B after a 23-year absence.
Vincenzo Montella asked Sampdoria to get their Serie A safety under lock and key against Lazio.
Roberto Stellone admits if Frosinone don’t beat Palermo, “it will all be futile,” but he protests at the Carpi calendar.
Giorgio Chiellini suffered another knee sprain in training, so is out of the Juventus trip to Fiorentina.
Napoli and Coach Maurizio Sarri will continue their media boycott ahead of Monday’s big game against Roma.
Fiorentina are again without Matias Vecino and Khouma Babacar for tomorrow’s grudge match against Juventus.
Francesco Totti released a statement insisting his goals "have to unite and not divide” his beloved Roma.

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