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Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Vladimir Petkovic felt sorry for Inter, but can see Lazio pushing their way towards Europe after conquering San Siro.
Walter Mazzarri has taken Napoli into the Champions League, but again warned he’ll wait to comment on his future and wants an improved squad.
Andrea Stramaccioni admits he is speechless after a 3-1 home defeat to Lazio in which Ricky Alvarez slipped while taking a penalty.
Napoli conquered Bologna to secure second place, Fiorentina won the Tuscan Derby, Juve clinched victory in Bergamo and Udinese stunned Palermo in a 3-2 thriller.
Lazio earned their first victory at San Siro in 15 years in a dramatic match, as Inter missed a penalty and made some costly errors.
Atalanta will be hoping Juventus have a Scudetto hangover when they meet in Bergamo this evening.
Inter and Lazio have had more than their fair share of problems, so go head-to-head in a battle for Europe.
The Tuscan Derby is set to be a fiery affair between a Siena side fighting relegation and Fiorentina chasing the Champions League.
Mario Balotelli bagged a brace along with Sulley Muntari and Mathieu Flamini to thrash bottom of the table Pescara 4-0.
Italy will play San Marino in a friendly at the Stadio Dall’Ara in Bologna on May 31.
Napoli have the opportunity to lock down second place and take revenge on their bête noir Bologna.
Marcello Lippi admits he “didn’t expect” Sir Alex Ferguson to announce his retirement as Manchester United manager, as they are good friends.
There are reports Vincenzo Montella has a clause in his Fiorentina contract allowing him to leave if Napoli call.
President Maurizio Zamparini has warned Palermo “will either play at 15.00 or not at all” after Sunday’s game with Fiorentina was moved.
There will be a minute’s silence before Sampdoria-Catania, while Genoa will also wear black armbands after the tragic accident in Genoa.
Pescara are already relegated, but they play for pride against Champions League chasing Milan.
Chievo Verona boss Eugenio Corini says he was convinced that he could keep the club in the top-flight when he arrived in October.
Inter chief Massimo Moratti has cooled reports that the Italian club could soon have Indonesian investors.
The representative of Marco Verratti has once again rubbished reports that Real Madrid are in talks for the Paris Saint-Germain man.
Sir Alex Ferguson should choose his successor at Manchester United, says Watford tactician Gianfranco Zola.
Clarence Seedorf has confirmed he intends to become a Coach, but he’s not been offered the hotseat at Milan for 2013-14.
Fiorentina’s Serie A game against Palermo on Sunday will kick-off at 12.30 local time, it has been confirmed.
No action has been taken against Torino’s Riccardo Meggiorini after he was alleged to have racially abused Juventus’ Paul Pogba.
Milan have underlined that Barcelona stopper Carles Puyol doesn’t fit the criteria of a Rossonero transfer target.
Laurent Blanc has admitted that he held unsuccessful talks with Roma about replacing Zdenek Zeman at the club.
Former Inter goalkeeper Julio Cesar will be made available for transfer by QPR at the end of the campaign.
Fiorentina forward Giuseppe Rossi has paid tribute to departing Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson.
Fiorentina will hold talks with star man Stevan Jovetic about his future at the end of the campaign.
Barcelona’s Carles Puyol has moved quickly to dismiss talk that he is set to join Milan at the end of the season.
Sir Alex Ferguson’s decision to leave Manchester United is, understandably, making the headlines in Italy.
Bebeto has warned Juventus they are running the risk of losing his son Mattheus to Spanish giants Real Madrid.
The agent of Atalanta’s Giacomo Bonaventura says his client has a reason to impress Juventus officials this evening.
Roma director general Franco Baldini says there is no need to renegotiate terms with Marquinhos.
Stefano Colantuono is content Atalanta had a little part to play in Juventus’ Scudetto success this season.

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