NEWS

Fiorentina have claimed that Roma striker Pablo Daniel Osvaldo is not a summer transfer target for the club.
Lilian Thuram has become the latest former teammate of Antonio Conte to hail his success at Juventus.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Inter President Massimo Moratti left Andrea Stramaccioni and Walter Mazzarri hanging. “Nobody knows what I’ve got in mind.”
The Silvio Berlusconi letter scandal took another twist, as Il Processo di Biscardi claimed they were dictated the message in a recorded phone call.
Napoli are in London for talks with Rafa Benitez, but it’s reported they also approached Wigan boss Roberto Martinez.
There is huge confusion after Milan denied a message from President Silvio Berlusconi sacking Coach Max Allegri was real.
Juan Fernando Quintero infuriated Pescara by saying goodbye on Twitter when he hasn’t been sold yet.
Udinese have qualified for Europe once again and Luis Muriel notes they did it although “nobody believed in us.”
Momentum continues to build around reports Juventus will sell Claudio Marchisio to Manchester United for £25m.
While the Mayor of Florence apologised to Mario Balotelli, Zdenek Zeman and the Minister for Integration warn “it’s not always racism.”
Fiorentina general manager Sandro Mencucci goaded Milan by insisting “we finished third on the field.”
Roma will be forced to close the Curva Sud for one game after racist chanting, while Inter have been fined €50,000.
Giovanni Trapattoni admits he’d love the Napoli job, but feels “Rafa Benitez can be an excellent choice.”
Catania have been perhaps the success story of the season, but today they parted company with general manager Sergio Gasparin.
There are reports Milan captain Massimo Ambrosini is in London with his agents to negotiate with West Ham United.
Italy team manager Gigi Riva has left the Azzurri staff after 50 years. “I’m not physically up to it anymore.”
Rete Sport claim a series of meetings at Inter HQ mean Andrea Stramaccioni will be fired tonight to make way for Walter Mazzarri.
“Napoli is a great club, so we won’t rule out or confirm anything,” said Rafa Benitez’s agent, as he is favourite to replace Walter Mazzarri.
Ottavio Bianchi hopes the Coppa Italia final between Roma and Lazio is a better game than capital derbies usually are.
Internacional Coach Dunga has admitted that he will try and lure Milan forward Robinho back to Brazil.
UEFA Head of Referees Pierluigi Collina believes that players who walk off the pitch following racial abuse should not be punished.
The agent of Alvaro Negredo has insisted that they will only accept offers from clubs offering Champions League football.
Milan have confirmed that goalkeeper Christian Abbiati has signed a contract extension with the club.
Napoli officials have met with Rafael Benitez in London to discuss the possibility of him becoming the Partenopei's next Coach, according to reports.
Italian referee Nicola Rizzoli will take charge of the Champions League final between Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito has rubbished rumours that Hernanes could join Milan at the end of the season.
Italian National team boss Cesare Prandelli has claimed that Italian football has a 'problem' with racism.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani has revealed that he will meet with boss Massimiliano Allegri this week to discuss his future.
Dave Taylor picks a fantasy XI from the last round of the Serie A season.
Enrico Preziosi says he has yet to make a decision on who will boss Genoa in Serie A next season.
Milan director Barbara Berlusconi has cooled the enthusiasm after the club wrapped up third place in Serie A last night.
The agent of Sebastian Giovinco has categorically ruled out the possibility of his client leaving Juventus this summer.
Udinese patron Giampaolo Pozzo is confident that boss Francesco Guidolin, Antonio Di Natale and Luis Muriel will all still be at the club next season.
Veteran Milan goalkeeper Christian Abbiati has confirmed that he has agreed a new contract with the club.

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