NEWS

Inter’s Hernanes believes Nerazzurri Coach Walter Mazzarri is the right man to take the club forward long term.
New Leeds United owner Massimo Cellino has bemoaned the level of debt he has taken on since buying the Championship club.
Napoli’s Lorenzo Insigne believes his side’s season has been a success but wants them to aim higher in future.
Yuto Nagatomo has explained Walter Mazzarri’s influence, thanked Alberto Zaccheroni and reflected on an animated film based on himself.
Silvio Berlusconi has reportedly asked Milan to try to sell Mario Balotelli this summer, in order to fund further transfer work on the squad.
Alvaro Recoba has revealed that he may not yet retire from football, as Ivan Zamorano jokes how he was ‘Moratti’s spoiled child’ at Inter.
Inter-bound Nemanja Vidic has indicated that there are no regrets in choosing to leave Manchester United.
Whilst Sinisa Mihajlovic has apparently made himself available to Lazio, the club are reportedly considering keeping hold of Edy Reja.
Mimmo Criscito’s agent has hit out at Cesare Prandelli for what he calls an ‘incomprehensible’ decision to omit him from his World Cup squad.
Paris Saint-Germain are seen as in advanced talks with Leonardo to bring him back to the club as sporting director.
Luigi De Canio has explained how he believes that Antonio Conte has ‘reached the end of his adventure with Juventus’.
Marco Verratti’s agent has expressed delight at the midfielder’s inclusion in Italy’s provisional World Cup squad.
Four Serie A-based players have been named in Croatia’s preliminary World Squad, including Mateo Kovacic.
Ciro Immobile says he does not believe he will return to Juventus, but admits he does hold hope of a future with Napoli.
Didier Deschamps has urged Paul Pogba to focus on the World Cup this summer, but suggested his Juventus future may not be so clear.
Luciano Spalletti’s apparent talks with Milan have now reportedly broken down over wage demands.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Avellino-Trapani was a six-goal thriller and Cesena saw off second-placed Empoli, while Latina, Bari and Modena had important away wins.
Luca Antonini mocked Cesare Prandelli’s Code of Ethics and decision to drop Alberto Gilardino for the World Cup.
Fiorentina’s Juan Cuadrado, Inter midfielder Fredy Guarin and Udinese Luis Muriel are in Colombia’s World Cup squad.
Inter defender Rolando and Lazio benchwarmer Helder Postiga are in Portugal’s provisional World Cup squad.
As expected, there are several Serie A players in Argentina’s World Cup squad, but no Carlos Tevez.
Mimmo Criscito reveals he “didn’t expect” to be dropped for the World Cup. “I found everything out from the television.”
Christian Maggio will “work to convince” Cesare Prandelli he can play the World Cup after surgery for a collapsed lung.
Domenico Criscito admits he’s more upset at missing out on the 2014 World Cup than Euro 2012.
Manual Pasqual’s agent said an Italy World Cup call was “the right recognition” for the Fiorentina captain.
Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba is in France’s World Cup squad, but Adil Rami, Samir Nasri and Gael Clichy miss out.
Giuseppe Rossi reacted to his inclusion in Italy’s preliminary World Cup squad. “Hoping to share more great success together.”
Lorenzo Insigne is in Italy’s preliminary World Cup squad and his agent “knew Cesare Prandelli would put his faith” in the Napoli talent.
There are five Serie A based players in the preliminary Greece squad for the World Cup.
Giuseppe Rossi, Antonio Cassano, Ciro Immobile and Mattia Destro are in Italy’s 30-man provisional World Cup squad.
Livorno President Aldo Spinelli claimed “nothing has changed since Calciopoli” after his team was relegated.
West Ham have reportedly set their sights on Italy midfield starlet Lorenzo Crisetig, owned by Inter and Parma.
Sassuolo survived in their debut Serie A campaign and patron Giorgio Squinzi is proud “we only scored with Italians.”
Chelsea full-back Ashley Cole is the latest Premier League player to be linked with a free transfer to Inter.

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