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Marco Verratti's agent describes reports his client went clubbing on the eve of Paris Saint-Germain's match with Barcelona as 'pure invention.'
Sinisa Mihajlovic admits Torino will be powerless to stop Andrea Belotti leaving if a club bids €100m for his services.
Juan Iturbe says he wants to return to being the player he was at Verona, now that he has returned to fitness.
Giovanni Martusciello has called for his Empoli players to show a reaction in today's clash with Chievo.
Juventus are reportedly ready to bid €40m for the services of Lyon midfielder Corentin Tolisso.
It is reported that Inter are monitoring the situation of Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Grzegorz Krychowiak.
Rolando Maran wants Chievo to use the 'anger' of defeat by Milan to spur them on against Empoli.
Roberto Donadoni is saddened by Bologna fans choosing to boycott today's Serie A away match with Sassuolo.
Today's front page headlines in English from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Marco Giampaolo is “almost certain Luis Muriel will leave” Sampdoria this summer, but President Massimo Ferrero isn’t so sure.
Andrea Mandorlini admits Genoa “could’ve done better, but Sampdoria did well to capitalise on our error” in the Derby della Lanterna.
Marco Giampaolo was pleased that Sampdoria “remained positive and played the ball” when beating Genoa in the Derby della Lanterna.
Luis Muriel was speechless after scoring the winning goal in an historic Sampdoria derby win. “There are no words to describe what I’m feeling.”
Sampdoria made history with Luis Muriel’s strike, as it’s the first time they have won two Genoa Derbies in a single Serie A season since 1960.
Fiorentina have taken the unusual step of releasing a statement to deny rumours that Federico Bernardeschi would join Inter for €40m.
Eusebio Di Francesco has new injury problems for Sassuolo against Bologna in the Emilia-Romagna Derby, but knows son Federico will get the family vote.
Join us for all the build-up and action from tonight’s Derby della Lanterna, as city rivals Genoa and Sampdoria go head-to-head at Marassi.
Genoa Coach Andrea Mandorlini is confident they can “turn expectations on their heads” in tonight’s Derby della Lanterna with Sampdoria.
Vasco Regini assures Sampdoria are “ready to write our names in history” with the first Serie A double over Genoa in almost 60 years.
Genoa striker Mauricio Pinilla admits the Derby della Lanterna with Sampdoria “is worth as much as the Scudetto. We’re fighting for our lives.”
It’s a fiery Derby della Lanterna this evening, as Genoa and Sampdoria face off for city supremacy at a packed Marassi.
Simone Zaza would be “very happy to stay at Valencia, as he has found his niche here,” said his father and agent.
Inter have Marcelo Brozovic back in the squad for tomorrow’s showdown for fifth place against Atalanta.
Milan have officially confirmed that Suso has been diagnosed with a lesion to the left thigh muscle.
Dani Alves has “come to a club that wants to win everything and that fires me up. Juventus can’t wait for the next game with Porto!”
New Palermo President Paul Baccaglini denied rumours they are in talks with Claudio Ranieri, but “we want to expand our brand all over the world.”
Gian Piero Gasperini warned Atalanta’s showdown with Inter “will only be decisive if we win. We should be proud of going into this game ahead.”
Diego Perotti is out of Roma’s trip to Palermo and Kostas Manolas suspended, while Luciano Spalletti confirmed Edin Dzeko will rest.
Spal leap to the top of the table by beating Cesena when down to nine men, as Frosinone fall in Bari and Benevento are held by Entella.
Roma might have to welcome Seydou Doumbia back this summer, as FC Basel will reportedly not take up their option.
According to Sky Sport Italia, Milan will be without Suso for another two weeks after a thigh injury relapse.
Valencia must buy Simone Zaza outright from Juventus for €16m after he made his 10th appearance for the club today.
Maurizio Sarri wants an “angry” Napoli against Crotone after going out of the Champions League to Real Madrid and has his say on Juventus-Milan.
Roma Coach Luciano Spalletti was asked about his future after Juventus reports. “I have not signed any pre-contracts with anyone.”
Luciano Spalletti admits Roma have “one tyre stuck in the mud and I am at the wheel,” but they can emerge from their sticky situation against Palermo.

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