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Mario Mandzukic reveals he joined Juventus “above all because Max Allegri really wanted me”.
Empoli defender Lorenzo Tonelli is “flattered” to be linked to Napoli, but hasn’t heard anything official.
Alessandro Florenzi says Italy “would like to be outsiders” for Euro 2016.
Milan forward M’Baye Niang assures he’s “working to be back to my best for the Coppa Italia final”.
Medhi Benatia’s agent quashes talk his client will join Juventus or Roma - “he’ll stay at Bayern Munich”.
Nicola Rizzoli will referee Milan’s crucial clash against Roma at San Siro as the final allocation of Serie A referees is announced.
Pescara director general Giorgio Ripetto confirms ‘Gianluca Lapadula will leave’ and confirms that ‘Juventus already made an offer.’
Atalanta have announced that defender Boukary Drame has signed a contract extension until 2018.
Inter could reportedly sell seven players, including Samir Handanovic, in order to fund their transfer campaign.
Spanish reports claim Real Madrid’s James Rodriguez was in Turin to visit Juventus but failed to reach an agreement.
‘The fight for second isn’t over’ insists Roma's Kostas Manolas, although he believes ‘Napoli have an easy task.’
Roma defender Kostas Manolas says ‘we need the support of our fans’ and compliments the ‘tough’ Luciano Spalletti.
Emanuele Giaccherini says ‘Sunderland can’t ask too much for me’ as he targets a Bologna stay.
Reports say Roma have met with a Chinese delegation interested in becoming minority shareholders.
Lazio’s meeting with Jorge Sampaoli went well and an initial two-year deal has been agreed, say reports.
Reports say Sevilla’s Unai Emery is a coaching option that would satisfy both Silvio Berlusconi and Milan’s Chinese investors.
Roma have reached an agreement to extend Francesco Totti’s contract by one year, say reports.
Milan reportedly contacted Roma striker Edin Dzeko’s representatives as he’s their Plan B to PSG’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Juventus are involved in negotiations for both Valencia’s Andre Gomes and Roma’s Miralem Pjanic, say reports.
‘Inter messed up in January’ admits Mauro Icardi, who also has ‘no regrets’ with his use of social media.
Inter captain Mauro Icardi insists ‘I fear nothing, not even death’ and says after retiring he wants ‘to go bungee jumping’.
Inter’s Mauro Icardi reveals ex-Roma and Fiorentina striker Gabriel Batistuta ‘was my idol – I hoped to steal the secret of his power on the pitch.’
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Luciano Spalletti said he’d vote Napoli boss Maurizio Sarri as Coach of the Year. “I thought I’d seen it all, but he brought something else.”
Zenit star Domenico Criscito reveals talks with Inter, he’s dreaming of Euro 2016 with Italy and hails Luciano Spalletti at Roma.
Sweden announced their 23-man squad for Euro 2016, where they’ll face Italy, but Albin Ekdal’s freak injury creates a problem.
Jorge Sampaoli was pictured having dinner with Lazio President Claudio Lotito this evening.
Anderlecht warn there are “several kilometres” separating their demand and Fiorentina’s offer for Dennis Praet.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta argues winning the Champions League is tougher for Italian sides because of Serie A stress.
Mauro Icardi assured he “will absolutely stay” at Inter and “I see no unhappy faces in the locker room.”
While some Italian reports say Walter Mazzarri has a deal with Watford, others point to Roberto Di Matteo.
Marcello Lippi believes Juventus are now among Europe’s biggest clubs, but “must have many regrets” over the Champions League.
Marcello Lippi said there’s “no truth yet” in reports he’ll become Italy technical director and advised Silvio Berlusconi to sell Milan.
Juventus are the ninth most valuable club in world football, according to Forbes, and earned $101m from the Champions League.
Juventus and Italy captain Gigi Buffon proudly showed off his new prized possession – a signed Leicester City shirt.

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