NEWS

Gennaro Gattuso is reportedly in contention to make a return to Italian football this summer as Palermo’s new Coach.
Edinson Cavani has assured that speculation over his future away from Napoli is no distraction, whilst he has still left the door open.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Adriano Galliani has confirmed on Thursday they’ll “find the best possible solution for Milan” and Max Allegri.
Senad Lulic reveals fans stop him in the street to kiss his toes after scoring Lazio’s Coppa Italia winner.
FIGC President Giancarlo Abete explained why Pablo Daniel Osvaldo was dropped from the Confederations Cup squad.
Massimiliano Allegri’s future hangs in the balance, as he awaits a crunch meeting with Milan before replying to Roma.
There are reports Chelsea have made a formal offer to Napoli for Edinson Cavani, possibly adding Fernando Torres into the deal.
Italy Under-21 Coach Devis Mangia confesses whittling down his European Championship squad was “the hardest moment of my career.”
Philippe Mexes scored the goal of the season in the Champions League and Christian Abbiati won the award for best save.
PSG talent Abdallah Yaisien is undergoing a medical for Bologna, while Fiorentina sign ex-Levante goalkeeper Gustavo Munua.
Parma Coach Roberto Donadoni’s assistant has confirmed “an offer arrived from Roma,” but not Milan.
Sergio Floccari took a sideswipe at rivals Roma after the Coppa Italia victory. “The best team won and Lazio have a different style...”
“As soon as the transfer market opens, we will step forward for Robinho,” declared Santos after selling Neymar to Barcelona.
There are reports Juventus will lock down Arturo Vidal with a new contract worth €4m per season.
Devis Mangia has officially named the 23-man Italy squad for the European Under-21 Championships.
There are reports Parma have clinched a deal for Sporting Lisbon defender Pedro Mendes.
Marco Sau was a surprise call-up for Italy’s Confederations Cup squad. “I owe it all to Cagliari.”
Giorgio Chiellini spoke in Italy’s Press conference on the code of ethics, upcoming games and why Walter Mazzarri’s Inter “is already scary.”
Fabio Cannavaro would “run” to Real Madrid as Carlo Ancelotti’s assistant manager, confirming reports in Marca.
Roberto Mancini has admitted he’d be “ready” to take the Roma job despite his past at Lazio. “I don’t rule anything out.”
Francesco Totti believes he’d “have won three Champions Leagues and two Ballon d’Ors if I had chosen Real Madrid.”
Tests proved reassuring on Stephan El Shaarawy’s ankle injury, as medics are confident “he should recover to play in Prague.”
Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba has revealed that he wants to use his fame and fortune to help those less fortunate in Africa.
FIFA agent Ernesto Bronzetti has claimed that Juventus are close to securing a deal for Real Madrid forward Gonzalo Higuain.
Manchester City fans have brought a full-page advert in today's Gazzetta dello Sport thanking former Coach Roberto Mancini.
After their defeat in the Coppa Italia final on Sunday, Roma fans have taken to the internet to call for Aurelio Andreazzoli's resignation.
Watford sporting director Gianluca Nani has insisted that the Pozzo family's relationship with the club will continue.
Pablo Osvaldo's days at Roma looked numbered after his outspoken tirade towards Coach Aurelio Andreazzoli.
Siena sporting director Stefano Antonelli has admitted that Innocent Emeghara is being targeted by Sampdoria.
Josip Ilicic wants to move to Fiorentina over the summer, the Gazzetta dello Sport have claimed on Tuesday.
Cesare Prandelli has forward worries ahead of Italy’s friendly against San Marino on Friday.
Bologna midfielder Michele Pazienza has come to the defence of Pablo Osvaldo after the Roma forward was dropped from the Italy squad.
Atalanta boss Stefano Colantuono wants striker Marko Livaja to calm down if he's to reach his potential.
Gianluca Vialli has insisted that Walter Mazzarri is the right man for Inter, and has claimed that Rafa Benitez can 'stabilise' Napoli.

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