NEWS

Parma President Tommaso Ghirardi wants Gabriel Paletta to remain at the Stadio Tardini over the summer.
Norberto Neto is ready to leave Fiorentina in search of a club who can offer him regular first team football.
Veteran Inter striker Tommaso Rocchi has no intention of hanging up his boots at the end of the season.
On the open top team bus as Juventus celebrated the Scudetto in the streets of Turin last Sunday. Giorgio Chiellini loved it!
Fabio Capello believes the present Juventus side can total more points than his 2005-06 team, but underlined that it was harder back then.
Alejandro Gomez has told Tuttosport that he expects to be sold by Catania at the end of the present campaign.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani has confirmed that he’ll spend the summer trying to improve the defence.
Giacomo Bonaventura is happy with his season, but the Atalanta man insists he can still do even better.
Juventus' Alessandro Matri has again underlined that he doesn’t expect to be leaving the Italian champions at the end of the season.
Luca Cigarini has sent a clear message to Atalanta regarding his future – “I want to stay at this club!”
Andrea Pirlo expects to still be trained by Antonio Conte at Juventus during the 2013-14 campaign.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Adriano Galliani stood up for Coach Massimiliano Allegri and Stephan El Shaarawy. “The Pharaoh kept us afloat for a long time.”
Sassuolo President Giorgio Squinzi reveals Milan patron Silvio Berlusconi “told me Massimiliano Allegri doesn’t understand anything.”
Inter have lost another player for the rest of the season, as Jonathan dislocated his shoulder.
Aurelio Andreazzoli has hit back at the critics after Roma’s defeat to Chievo. “On Monday I was a phenomenon, on Tuesday I was an idiot.”
Vincenzo Montella admits “maybe one day I’ll have the opportunity to be Coach of Napoli,” but he has plenty of time.
Gigi Buffon confirms the second consecutive Scudetto felt different, but that Juventus didn’t mind being “forced to win.”
Roma and Lazio will meet with Pope Francis four days before their Coppa Italia Final at the Olimpico.
Roma have reportedly beaten Liverpool and Tottenham to the signing of Ajax defender Toby Alderweireld.
Ivan Radovanovic blasted Atalanta teammate Marko Livaja for punching him during training. “He doesn’t belong in football.”
With Palermo practically relegated, director Giorgio Perinetti opened the door for talks with Napoli over Josip Ilicic.
Davide Ballardini told Genoa they need “one last push” to secure their Serie A status against Inter in a game moved to an earlier kick-off.
Torino Coach Giampiero Ventura hit back at fans who jeered last night’s dire 0-0 draw with Genoa. “We’re practically safe.”
President Aurelio De Laurentiis is ready to break the bank in order to keep Edinson Cavani and Walter Mazzarri with rich new Napoli deals.
Fiorentina are reportedly on the verge of completing their swoop for Chievo striker Cyril Thereau.
Atalanta and Juventus have both been fined €50,000 for the crowd trouble that saw their game suspended for eight minutes.
Robinho is talking like a man who isn’t thinking about a move away from Milan after discussing his hopes for next season.
Milan will wear gold in Sunday’s game against Roma – as they will give their fans a preview of next season’s third jersey.
Parma will wear special commemorative jerseys against Bologna to celebrate the 20-year anniversary of the club’s Cup Winners Cup success.
Atalanta will now sit down and discuss the possibility of signing Luca Cigarini on a permanent basis.
After a dramatic midweek turn, it’s time for Dave Taylor to again select his best XI from the Week 36 games.
Luca Antonini says he still wants to stay at Milan despite his lack of regular use this season.
Napoli chief Aurelio De Laurentiis is delighted with Champions League qualification, but underlined that it should have been expected.
Finishing in the top three next season will be the objective for an Inter side starved of Europe, says Juan Jesus.

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