NEWS

Spanish papers claim Barcelona met with Paul Pogba’s agent to discuss a bid for the Juventus midfielder.
Gareth Bale is likely to miss the first leg of the Champions League semi-final between Real Madrid and Juventus.
Lazio have reportedly turned down a €25m Manchester United offer for defender Stefan de Vrij.
Sampdoria captain Angelo Palombo assures it will be “a real battle” for Juventus to get their Scudetto point today.
Bee Taechaubol is expected to buy 51 per cent of Milan today and his plans include Carlo Ancelotti and Marco Verratti.
Juventus only need a point at Europe-chasing Sampdoria to secure the Scudetto, plus Sassuolo-Palermo, Roma-Genoa, Atalanta-Lazio and Napoli-Milan.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Potential details of Bee Taechaubol’s mooted takeover of Milan have been revealed, with the club valued at €950m.
Reports in Italy suggest Everton could offer Sulley Muntari a way out of Milan, after the Ghanaian’s refusal to play.
Hernan Crespo confirms that he wants to be a Coach, and praises Roberto Mancini for his work at Inter.
Carpi are believed to be targeting Verona striker Luca Toni for their debut Serie A campaign next season.
Felipe Anderson says he’s concentrated on Lazio - but admits he’d find it hard to turn down a move to Barcelona.
Empoli President Fabrizio Corsi reveals he has spoken to Napoli about a potential move for Riccardo Saponara.
With Juventus, Roma and Lazio back to winning ways it was a return to normality in week 33 as Dave Taylor selects his top XI.
Romulo could make his first Juventus appearance since November, as he’s named in the squad to face Sampdoria.
It’s reported Alberto Aquilani will not be offered a new Fiorentina contract, and could join Sebastian Giovinco at Toronto.
Barbara Berlusconi, daughter of Milan President Silvio and joint-CEO of the club, denies she is opposed to a potential takeover.
Further reports are emerging that Silvio Berlusconi has agreed to sell the controlling stake in Milan to Bee Taechaubol.
Inter full-back Danilo D’Ambrosio has urged the club to sign Matteo Darmian from Torino this summer.
Inter are moving closer to a deal for Manchester City’s Yaya Toure after talks with his agent, according to reports.
It’s reported that Bee Taechaubol will complete a deal for 51 per cent of Milan tomorrow.
Sampdoria Coach Sinisa Miahjlovic says Juventus ‘deserve the Scudetto’, but wants to make them wait to celebrate it.
Fernando Llorente believes Juventus’ Champions League semi-final with Real Madrid represents a ‘unique opportunity’.
The AIC has announced the referees for Week 34 of Serie A, with Paolo Valeri taking charge of a potential Scudetto decider.
It’s reported that Bee Taechaubol will return to Thailand tonight if a deal cannot be agreed to buy Milan.
Inter midfielder Hernanes admits the Nerazzurri players were ‘ashamed’ after drawing at home to bankrupt Parma.
Roma are sweating over the fitness of Alessandro Florenzi and Radja Nainggolan, with both training separately today.
Milan’s Jeremy Menez has picked up a four-game ban for his conduct in the defeat to Genoa on Wednesday night.
Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri says ‘tough decisions’ must be taken to curb violence in Italian stadiums.
Max Allegri says 'perfect games are impossible' and hopes to beat Real Madrid through 'confidence in our means'.
Max Allegri says tomorrow's game against Sampdoria will represent the 'first match ball of the season', and expects to 'close matters over the Scudetto'.
Roberto Mancini singles out Assane Gnoukouri as Inter's future 'great player', whilst accusing young footballers of being 'spoilt'.
Bee Taechaubol has reportedly received an ultimatum from his financial backer, the Abu Dhabi ADS bank, to close the Milan deal today.
Parma's players have reportedly signed an agreement to reduce their own wages as part of a plan to save the club.
Juventus could be looking to renew Max Allegri's contract before the end of the month, according to reports, with a new deal until 2017.

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