NEWS

Juan Manuel Vargas is in the Fiorentina squad, but David Pizarro, Marvin Compper and Manuel Pasqual miss out.
Fluminense left-back Carlinhos confirms “there are talks on-going” with Inter and he is enthusiastic about the move.
Atalanta look for a club record sixth consecutive victory and European places as they travel to troubled Bologna.
Palermo conquered Varese and Empoli beat Juve Stabia, but Trapani lost to Bari in a seven-goal thriller and Lanciano conceded five.
Sinisa Mihajlovic quoted Albert Einstein and said Fiorentina fans “were the problem” during his tenure.
Edy Reja said tomorrow’s game with Parma is “decisive” for Lazio’s campaign, but the “anomalous” fan protest piles on pressure.
Roberto Donadoni feels Parma “deserved more” against Juventus and plans to take it out on Lazio tomorrow.
Inter President Erick Thohir confirmed they will “review all the players” and are already planning transfer strategy.
Vincenzo Montella keeps faith with Alessandro Matri as Fiorentina visit “friend” Sinisa Mihajlovic’s Sampdoria.
Rudi Garcia discussed his Roma contract renewal, tomorrow’s game with Sassuolo and why he should ignore Napoli-Juventus.
Rafa Benitez admits Napoli “feel the importance of this game” against Juventus and snapped at Jose Mourinho. “He talks too much.”
Roma have named their squad for the Sunday game against Sassuolo.
Dries Mertens has recovered in time to be in Napoli’s squad for tomorrow night against Juventus.
Massimo Moratti said Italian referees are “afraid” to award Inter penalties. “The situation has become comical.”
Alessandro Del Piero admits Napoli-Juventus “is a very special” game and he’s impressed by Lorenzo Insigne.
Inter continue their summer plans with requests for Casemiro, Bacary Sagna and John Obi Mikel.
Simone Scuffet is only 17, but is already tipped for a World Cup place. “It’d be a dream to follow Gigi Buffon’s footsteps.”
Ricky Kaka has “no regrets” about returning to Milan, but admits he’s tempted by a move to the MLS.
Liverpool already snapped up Philippe Coutinho and are reportedly planning a similar deal for Inter’s Mateo Kovacic.
Lazio midfielder Antonio Candreva is being linked with Juventus or a move abroad to Manchester United, Arsenal or Liverpool.
Atalanta and Cagliari are leading the race to sign Serie B top scorer Matteo Mancosu, who has 19 goals for Trapani.
It’s reported Inter President Erick Thohir and Coach Walter Mazzarri discussed Chelsea striker Fernando Torres.
Sassuolo forward Antonio Floro Flores insists he’s “not a hero” after offering to adopt an abandoned baby.
Alberto Gilardino will not require surgery after fracturing his hand, so the striker will be available for Verona-Genoa.
Today it’s Bologna-Atalanta and Milan-Chievo, then Napoli-Juventus on Sunday night while Inter and Udinese play on Monday.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Verona midfielder Massimo Donati has provided a welcome boost to his side by returning to Gialloblu training today.
Sampdoria’s Pawel Wszolek says he has thoroughly enjoyed his time with the Blucerchiati so far, though admits he must do better in future.
Inter’s Yuto Nagatomo has praised the role of Coach Walter Mazzarri in his recent good form for the Nerazzurri.
Catania President Antonio Pulvirenti is still convinced his side have what it takes to avoid the drop to Serie B.
QPR’s Armand Traore has been linked with a move to Italy come the end of the season, with Livorno thought to be a possible destination for the player.
Torino Coach Giampiero Ventura has been forced to call up Primavera duo Mattia Amaru and Emmanuel Gyasi for his side’s game with Cagliari.
Inter’s Fredy Guarin has praised the club’s fans and says his relationship with them has not suffered since almost joining Juventus.
Udinese President Franco Soldati has spoken of the pride the club has in rookie goalkeeper Simone Scuffet.
Genoa defender Daniele Portanova says his side want to finish the season on a high by overtaking local rivals Sampdoria.

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