NEWS

Antonio Nocerino has revealed that he wants to stay in England for the foreseeable future, preferably with West Ham.
The Italy Under-21 squad will meet later this month for a three-day training camp, it has been confirmed.
Clarence Seedorf is looking for Milan to continue their good form as they prepare to face Livorno tomorrow.
Ivo Pulga just wants his Cagliari side to get to 40 points, and is targeting a win away at Genoa this Saturday.
Francesco Guidolin believes that Napoli are the best possible opponents for his Udinese side to get back on track.
Rafa Benitez has rubbished suggestions that Napoli will consider bids for Marek Hamsik in the summer.
Gonzalo Higuain has been left out of Napoli’s squad to play Udinese but Juan Zuniga returns after a six-month absence.
Sinisa Mihajlovic says his future at Sampdoria isn’t just down to him, as he talks of a need for the club to be ‘ambitious’.
Davide Ballardini says that whilst Juventus’ greatest strength is motivation, Bologna have enough of it too to try and make things tricky tomorrow night.
Antonio Conte has thanked Carlos Tevez for his praise this week and responded with a similar message of confidence in the striker.
Alessandro Florenzi has outlined Roma’s ambition to ‘close out’ second place in Serie A, and his hope that the squad is retained over the summer.
Antonio Conte says that the duel Scudetto and Europa League push should be an exciting time for Juventus, even if the risk of disappointment exists.
The Corriere dello Sport believe that former Milan Coach Max Allegri has agreed to become Tottenham manager from the summer.
Antonio Conte has reiterated that ‘nothing is easy’ for Juventus ahead of facing Bologna, as he updates on Carlos Tevez, Arturo Vidal and Andrea Barzagli.
Andrea Pirlo has lifted the lid on Antonio Conte’s fierce nature and how if there is one regret at Juventus, it is where he sits in the dressing room.
Antonio Conte says he is in ‘full harmony’ with Beppe Marotta over potential talks about his future as Juventus Coach.
Hernanes believes that within two years Inter can ‘return to fighting for the Scudetto’, as he outlines the necessity of ending the season well.
Today's front-page headlines from Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Latina flew into second place with a win at Bari, as Lanciano shocked Empoli in stoppages and Padova upset Brescia.
Italy legend Roberto Boninsegna believes Gonzalo Higuain will be Serie A top scorer, but sees himself in Ciro Immobile.
Sebastien Frey admits he’d “walk back to Fiorentina, even to be second choice,” from Turkish club Bursaspor.
Fabio Cannavaro feels he is “ready” to become a Coach and hopes Italy can win the World Cup in Brazil.
Catania President Antonino Pulvirenti believes his mistake was “trying to keep players at all costs. It won’t happen again.”
Roma full-back Dodò said they’ll target “the club record for points and then see what Juventus do.”
It’s reported Napoli are in negotiations with Genoa to sign Italy striker Alberto Gilardino.
Jackson Martinez’s agent said Roma “are a great club, without doubt, but Porto haven’t started any talks for a sale.”
Lyon President Jean-Michel Aulas denied Maxime Gonalons had a deal with Napoli, but “I promised he could leave.”
Juventus could ask for Mats Hummels in exchange for their half of Ciro Immobile to Borussia Dortmund.
It’s reported Napoli have clinched a deal for 22-year-old Genk centre-back Kalidou Koulibaly.
Mattia Destro will sit out his three-match ban, as Roma’s appeal against the use of video evidence was rejected.
Gonzalo Higuain is expected to miss Napoli’s trip to Udinese on Saturday, so Duvan Zapata should start.
Inter striker Mauro Icardi continued the row with Maxi Lopez, although Wanda Nara has abandoned Twitter.
FIFA President Sepp Blatter believes closing down stadiums for racist behaviour is “unduly excessive.”
Former Italy international Enrico Chiesa would take Giuseppe Rossi to this summer’s World Cup even if he is only half fit.
Juventus striker Carlos Tevez has praised Old Lady Coach Antonio Conte, describing him as being ‘of the top level.’

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