NEWS

Andrea Pirlo is confident Italy “are ready for the World Cup,” and Mario Balotelli “will be important, just like the others.”
Silvio Berlusconi aimed a jab at Clarence Seedorf by suggesting pensioners with dementia “could control the Milan locker room.”
Javier Zanetti plays his final San Siro game tonight and Francesco Totti paid tribute to the Inter captain, “a legend for all of us.”
Italian media claim Monaco are prepared to offer record-breaking wages to tempt Antonio Conte from Juventus.
Italy will play against Brazilian side Fluminense on June 8, while the provisional World Cup squad is named on Tuesday.
Empoli and Cesena took another step towards promotion with dramatic victories on Friday night.
Today Verona host Udinese and Inter-Lazio is a head-to-head for Europa League places ahead of Torino-Parma and Roma-Juventus on Sunday.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Italy Coach Cesare Prandelli says he would not have any of England’s players in his Azzurri squad.
Inter and Lazio have each named their provisional squads for tomorrow evening’s crucial Serie A match between the sides.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito says his side plan to promote five of their youth players to the first team next season.
Roma’s Mattia Destro believes he has made a good case to be selected in Italy’s World Cup squad for the summer.
Inter’s Hernanes has revealed his ‘immense joy’ at having been included in Brazil’s World Cup squad.
Monaco Coach Claudio Ranieri has attacked PSG’s Ligue 1 title win, insisting they have not achieved it in a fair manner.
Milan’s Christian Abbiati wants the Rossoneri to use their derby win against Inter as a springboard for Europa League qualification.
Verona Coach Andrea Mandorlini has called on his side to keep up the pressure on their Europa League rivals by beating Udinese tomorrow.
Torino captain Kamil Glik says his team will be 90 per cent assured of a Europa League place if they beat Parma on Sunday.
Lazio Coach Edy Reja believes his side are not getting the recognition they deserve for their results since he took over in January.
Borussia Dortmund CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke has claimed that Ciro Immobile ‘absolutely wants to join’ the Bundesliga outfit.
Walter Mazzarri has insisted that Inter’s defeat to Milan last weekend was ‘a bump in the road’ as they prepare to face Lazio tomorrow.
Andrea Barzagli has hailed Juventus’ third straight Scudetto as ‘sensational’ and ‘dominant’.
Rio Ferdinand believes that Manchester United could come to regret the decision to let Nemanja Vidic leave.
Inter’s match with Lazio on Saturday is likely to be a sell out as the Nerazzurri bid farewell to a trio of Argentine stars.
Marco Verratti is ‘calm’ about the prospect of making Italy’s squad for this summer’s World Cup.
Henrique’s agent has backed his client to be a success at this summer’s World Cup after being called up by Brazil.
Negotiations between Fiorentina and Udinese for Juan Cuadrado are said to have broken down.
Francesco Guidolin has thanked the leaders at Udinese after what has been a disappointing season for the Zebrette.
Reports in Portugal indicate that Inter have made contact with Benfica for playmaker Nicolas Gaitan.
Luca Toni is trying to think ‘as little as possible’ about the World Cup, despite an unbelievable goalscoring season for Verona.
Rudi Garcia has revealed the reasons why he decided to pen a book after just one season in Italy.
Rudi Garcia has admitted that he is working at Roma ‘as if it were my last club’ at the launch of his new book.
Mino Raiola has reiterated Paul Pogba’s future is at Juventus, as he comments that the Bianconeri ‘do not want to sell him’.
Milan are reportedly lining up a contract offer for Paris Saint-Germain’s Alex, in favour to keeping hold of Adil Rami.
Joachim Low has all but confirmed that Miroslav Klose will make his 23-man Germany squad for the World Cup.
Robinho’s agent says that the forward would still list Santos as his ‘first option’, but that he also has interest from around the world.

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