NEWS

Vincenzo Montella admits Fiorentina need a striker after their 0-0 with Torino, but “there aren’t many on the market.”
Inter have lost two on the bounce and host Chievo on Monday night, so Walter Mazzarri insists “the season is not compromised.”
Fiorentina had the better of the play, but only got a draw away to Torino as they really missed Giuseppe Rossi.
Juventus seek an 11th consecutive victory, but face a Cagliari side who are unbeaten in seven rounds.
Verona-Napoli is one of the fiercest rivalries in Italian football and today it’s also fifth against third in Serie A.
Roma need to recover after losing their unbeaten record and host a revived Genoa outfit with Radja Nainggolan.
Maxime Gonalons invites Napoli to make a new offer in June, while it’s reported the club is targeting Verona’s Jorginho instead.
According to the Daily Mail, Fiorentina are set to sign Manchester United midfielder Anderson on loan.
Eugenio Corini gets ready to face Inter on Monday night and is confident Chievo “will be safe again this season.”
Fiorentina are forced to revamp their front line with Juan Cuadrado in a new role as they face Alessio Cerci’s high-flying Torino.
Atalanta-Catania is a relegation dogfight, but Stefano Colantuono maintains it is “not decisive.”
Giovanni Trapattoni has emerged as a surprise candidate if Livorno sack Davide Nicola.
Lega Serie A President Maurizio Beretta is “studying the possibility of reducing the top flight to 18 teams.”
Gian Piero Gasperini has confidence his Genoa can take the sting out of Roma, though “the Scudetto race is not over.”
Verona have won all but one of their home games and Andrea Mandorlini trusts they can scalp Napoli today too.
Gigi Buffon again slammed those who criticise Serie A leaders Juventus. “Insinuations actually please me.”
Torino will be without top scorer Ciro Immobile for today’s early kick-off against Fiorentina.
It’s the mid-point of the Serie A season with Fiorentina facing Alessio Cerci, Juventus in Sardinia, Roma-Genoa and Verona-Napoli.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Edy Reja admits he “expected a bigger psychological push” from Lazio’s victory over Inter, as they seemed “worried.”
Davide Ballardini was satisfied with his Bologna debut in a 0-0 draw with Lazio, even if they were jeered off the field.
Miroslav Klose wasted a golden opportunity, while Rolando Bianchi forced a fine save as Bologna held Lazio on Davide Ballardini’s debut.
Davide Nicola insists Livorno only lacked a goal, while Roberto Donadoni explained why he dropped Antonio Cassano.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito claims he sacked Vladimir Petkovic because “his mind was elsewhere.”
Davide Ballardini makes his debut on the Bologna bench against his old club Lazio and their new Coach Edy Reja.
Parma earned their first ever 3-0 victory at the Stadio Picchi, sending Livorno to their seventh defeat in eight games.
Gianfranco Zola has advised Antonio Conte to try a management experience abroad, even if “he can be Juve’s Sir Alex Ferguson.”
It’s reported West Ham have agreed terms with Roma for Marco Borriello, but must wait until Monday for the all-clear.
Inter President Erick Thohir warns he is “not Superman” and will take two or three years to bring this club to the top.
Cagliari host Juventus tomorrow and Coach Diego Lopez admits it would’ve been “better to keep Radja Nainggolan a bit longer.”
It’s reported Inter and Milan are considering an exchange of loans between Alessandro Matri and Zdravko Kuzmanovic.
Antonio Cassano is incredibly benched yet again by Parma for today’s trip to a truly desperate Livorno.
Andrea Pirlo revealed he “wants to stay at Juventus,” will soon secure a contract extension and is eager to forget the Champions League.
Kurt Zouma’s agent announces “it’s a three-horse race” between Inter, Chelsea and Monaco for the St-Etienne defender.
Andrea Barzagli is banned, but Simone Pepe returns to the Juventus squad against Cagliari.

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