NEWS

Genoa have failed to gain a UEFA licence, which could mean the seventh club in Serie A qualifies for the Europa League.
Italian football is in mourning after former Torres Coach Vincenzo Cosco lost his battle with cancer, aged 51.
Nemanja Vidic “is happy and satisfied” at Inter, but his agent cannot guarantee he’ll be there next season.
Antonio Cassano confirmed he’d “love to join Sampdoria to aim for Euro 2016, alternatively playing for Monaco.”
Inter midfielder Hernanes admits he felt “more pressure” at Lazio, as he faces his former club tomorrow night.
Carlos Tevez joked about having his driving licence suspended for speeding. “I was still thinking about the game.”
Livorno took another step towards the promotion play-offs after squeezing past 10-man Entella in stoppages.
Tonight Milan host Roma, then Inter visit Lazio in a double battle of the city clubs, while Cagliari try to upset distracted Juventus.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Filippo Inzaghi has named his Milan squad to take on Roma, with a number of Primavera players called up.
Lukas Podolski says he could stay at Inter beyond the summer, and targets a Europa League place.
Reports are growing that Juventus are close to Paulo Dybala, but it’s now claimed that only cash will be offered.
Torino President Urbano Cairo says he doesn’t even cheer for Juventus when they play in Europe.
Cagliari Coach Gianluca Festa warns Juventus will not be distracted by the Champions League when they meet tomorrow.
Roma blamed previous ownership for Financial Fair Play sanctions, and announced a desire to be a ‘model’ for other clubs.
Paul Pogba returns for Juventus, as Massimiliano Allegri names a 26-man squad for the visit of Cagliari.
Sevilla Coach Unai Emery denies reports he has agreed to join Milan - ‘don’t worry, I’m not learning Italian’.
Inter have declared themselves ‘fully supportive’ of Financial Fair Play, but are still committed to strengthening the squad.
Alessandro Lucarelli admits Parma’s crisis is weighing on the players, and pleads for a buyer to come in.
Roma and Inter have both been fined and had their European squads limited for breaching Financial Fair Play rules.
Palermo have announced Paulo Dybala can play this weekend - despite the words of President Maurizio Zamparini.
Several sources are reporting that Juventus are close to sealing a deal for Palermo’s Paulo Dybala.
Inter want to compete for the Scudetto next season, reveals full-back Danilo D’Ambrosio.
The closure of Juventus’ Curva Sud has been suspended, so they will have a full complement of fans on Saturday.
Inter’s Danilo D’Ambrosio says even if Juventus win the treble, it won’t compare to Inter, but tips Barcelona for the Champions League.
The Corriere dello Sport reiterate the Chinese consortium bidding for control of Milan is led by billionaire Zong Qinghou.
Filippo Inzaghi insists his Milan side will give their answers ‘on the pitch’ against Roma, and hits back at Rino Gattuso.
Milan Coach Filippo Inzaghi says his players must ‘honour the shirt’ for the remaining four games of a disastrous season.
Unai Emery is reported to have already said ‘yes’ to becoming Milan’s next Coach, even if Carlo Ancelotti is again linked.
Yaya Toure would bring a ‘guarantee’ to Inter, whilst Thiago Motta would just as equally aid the club’s rebirth, according to Javier Zanetti.
Roma Coach Rudi Garcia has defended captain Francesco Totti - ‘leave him alone’.
Roma Coach Rudi Garcia admits Mattia Destro is a threat, but is focused on beating Milan tomorrow night.
Max Allegri doesn’t see Juventus with a psychological advantage over Real Madrid, but shares Luis Enrique’s hope of reaching the Champions League Final.
Max Allegri dodges questions on Andrea Pirlo and Carlos Tevez’s futures, instead praising their recent performances.
Massimiliano Allegri has cautious optimism for Paul Pogba’s return for Juventus in time for Real Madrid, confirming he’ll likely feature this weekend.

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