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Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Joao Miranda admits Inter would’ve been happy with a draw before the Roma game, but “conceding at the end was disappointing.”
Radja Nainggolan explained his late goal for Roma against Inter, as he pounced on an accidental Edin Dzeko assist.
Luciano Spalletti accepts a 1-1 draw with Inter as “a good result” and tried to reassure misfiring Edin Dzeko.
Roberto Mancini insists Roma should not have had a penalty and Inter “had the game in hand” until the late equaliser.
Stephan El Shaarawy felt Roma could’ve won or lost against Inter, so the draw is “a good point.”
Radja Nainggolan – on an accidental Edin Dzeko assist – wiped out Ivan Perisic’s opener as Roma were held 1-1 by Inter.
Felipe Anderson assured he has no interest in Manchester United. “It was always my dream to play in Italy for Lazio.”
Marco Giampaolo feels “the draw was the right result” between Empoli and Palermo. “It was tactically difficult.”
Walter Novellino believes Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini “will be satisfied” with their 0-0 draw against Empoli.
Jorginho and Federico Bernardeschi get their first senior Italy call, while Lorenzo Insigne and Thiago Motta return for friendlies against Spain and Germany.
Javier Zanetti insists Roberto Mancini’s future does not depend on the Champions League as Inter visit Roma tonight.
Roma director Walter Sabatini confirmed he’ll leave the club on June 30, but isn’t sure on Chelsea. “I speak terrible English!”
Jeison Murillo trusts Inter will be dangerous in attack against Roma even with a new front line.
Diego Perotti warns Roma won’t secure third place now, even if they beat Inter to go eight points clear.
Empoli and Palermo confirmed their crises by playing an uninspiring 0-0 draw at the Castellani.
Inter change system again with Eder the lead striker in their Champions League play-off with Roma, who drop Edin Dzeko.
New Udinese Coach Gigi De Canio wants his players to “feel more secure to express themselves” against Sassuolo.
Former Juventus goalkeeper Stefano Tacconi said Gigi Buffon “should’ve smashed Robert Lewandowski’s face in.”
Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from Empoli-Palermo and tonight’s showdown for third Roma v Inter.
Lazio’s injury crisis continues for the trip to Milan tomorrow night, but Filip Djordjevic returns.
Riccardo Montolivo and Alex return for Milan’s match with Lazio, but Juraj Kucka is injured.
Cagliari end a month-long drought to conquer Vicenza, Bari get a huge victory at Novara, Cesena collapse at Lanciano and Latina stall Brescia.
Riccardo Saponara and Massimo Maccarone host Franco Vazquez in a new centre-forward role in Empoli v Palermo.
Giampiero Ventura told Torino that against Juventus “it’s a derby and that means only winning counts.”
Geoffrey Kondogbia is unlikely to start tonight’s Roma-Inter showdown, while Edin Dzeko could be dropped.
Paulo Sousa wants Fiorentina to avoid “getting depressed” and focus on victory against Frosinone tomorrow.
Maurizio Sarri reassured fans on Gonzalo Higuain’s ankle, but warned Genoa can make life very difficult for Napoli.
Stefano Pioli said he didn’t resign from Lazio because he “wants to see it through” and believes in sixth place if they beat Milan.
Paulo Dybala returns to the Juventus squad against Torino, but Giorgio Chiellini and Claudio Marchisio are still out.
Max Allegri expects a “very physical” Derby della Mole with Torino and warned Juventus to “keep cool heads.”
Max Allegri looks on the positive side of Juventus’ Champions League exit against Bayern Munich.
Cristian Ansaldi is out of Genoa’s trip to Napoli after being rushed to hospital with appendicitis.
Sinisa Mihajlovic “expects a lot more” from Milan strikers, but shrugged off reports he’ll take over Lazio next season.
Torino named their squad for tomorrow’s Derby della Mole with Juventus, returning some key players.

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