NEWS

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.
Roberto Mancini believes President Erick Thohir 'will build a team to win in time', and bemoans Inter's 'absurd errors'.
Fabio Capello believes Real Madrid are just as fearsome as Bayern Munich and Barcelona, and warns Juventus to tighten their defence.
Fabio Capello singles out Carlos Tevez, Andrea Pirlo and Paul Pogba as the main weapons Juventus have to challenge Real Madrid.
Inter are preparing to challenge Juventus over Paulo Dybala's transfer, with Roma and Napoli waiting by the sidelines.
Riccardo Saponara has conceded that he ‘does not feel ready’ for a stab at another club like Milan just yet.
Reports are that Silvio Berlusconi’s talks with Bee Taechaubol over a majority share sale in Milan are not so certain to go through.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Massimo Maccarone said Empoli “proved” their style of football works in Serie A after beating Napoli 4-2.
Empoli caused a huge shock by thrashing Napoli 4-2 in a bizarre game with three own goals.
Mauricio Pinilla revealed his overhead kick goals are no fluke. “You’ve got to be a little crazy.”
Francesco Totti silenced contract renewal reports by insisting “I will never be a problem for Roma.”
Paul Pogba is on the road to recovery and will start training with the Juventus squad on Wednesday.
There are reports Bee Taechaubol is ‘irritated’ by delays from Silvio Berlusconi in selling Milan.
Juventus will appeal the two-match ban on the Curva and blamed Torino for being unable to identify those who threw the ‘paper bomb.’
Napoli face a tricky trip to Empoli tonight and Rafa Benitez hopes to make history.
Torino and Italy right-back Matteo Darmian has caught the eye of Manchester United, Arsenal, Barcelona and Bayern Munich.
Napoli need a victory away to impressive Empoli if they are to maintain the gap from Lazio and Roma tonight.
Seydou Doumbia finally broke his Serie A duck, so the Roma striker’s agent hit out at critics and reports he could move on.
While negotiations continue with Silvio Berlusconi, it’s claimed Luciano Spalletti will take over as Milan Coach under Bee Taechaubol.
Stoke City reportedly viewed Sampdoria midfielder Pedro Obiang, already a target for West Ham.
Max Allegri has banned Scudetto celebrations if Juventus get the necessary point at Sampdoria on Saturday.
Inter target Erik Lamela says he has no intention of leaving Tottenham Hotspur, despite speculation around his future.
Milan’s Curva Sud Ultras have released an open letter talking of a ‘turning point’ as the club seems to be on the verge of being sold.

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