NEWS

Juventus host revitalised Carpi, Milan fight off both Frosinone and Sassuolo, Inter visit Simone Inzaghi’s Lazio tonight, then, Genoa-Roma and Napoli-Atalanta tomorrow.
Claudio Ranieri told Italian TV Leicester City are “a brotherhood and never give up,” as they could win the Premier League today.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Paulo Sousa said Fiorentina have “lost the belief” after a 0-0 with Chievo and confirmed he’ll meet the club next week.
Rolando Maran felt Chievo gave Fiorentina a real run for their money in tonight’s draw, but wouldn’t discuss his future.
Paulo Dybala said his first glorious season at Juventus “was exactly what I expected. I always knew we’d win and this way was even more exciting.”
Former Inter youth team player Martin Bengtsson revealed he tried to commit suicide while aged 19, but the club struggled to help him.
Chievo and Fiorentina both rattled the woodwork and Ciprian Tatarusanu had a late scare, but it ended goalless at the Bentegodi.
Juventus transfer target Medhi Benatia noted “if I have to leave Bayern Munich, then I’ll leave” and criticised their Mats Hummels chase.
Juventus captain Gigi Buffon reveals his post-retirement preferences, but first “the Champions League hunt continues.”
Fiorentina director Andrea Rogg hinted Paulo Sousa’s future will depend on securing a top four finish.
Giampiero Ventura saw Torino with “the desire to play football and enjoy ourselves” in the 5-1 victory at Udinese.
Gigi De Canio hopes “Udinese can learn from this” after a 5-1 home defeat to Torino. “I don’t know if this changes anything for the future.”
Lazio named their squad to face Inter tomorrow evening, as Lucas Biglia, Miroslav Klose and Milan Bisevac recover.
Fiorentina ring the changes again for their trip to on-form Chievo with Mauro Zarate, Mati Fernandez and Nikola Kalinic.
Torino humiliated Udinese at the Dacia Arena with a 5-1 thrashing and Andrea Belotti had a valid goal disallowed too.
Join us for all the action as it happens from tonight’s Serie A game between free-scoring Chievo and Fiorentina.
Italy Under-21 international Rolando Mandragora, owned by Juventus and on loan at Pescara, has a metatarsal fracture.
Gian Piero Gasperini warned Genoa “want to stop Roma" and are incapable of playing for a draw.
Simone Inzaghi demands “the perfect performance” from Lazio against Inter and is happy to see Roberto Mancini again.
Marco Verratti is feeling confident after returning to the pitch for PSG. “I feel good and want to be ready for Euro 2016.”
Udinese want one final push to secure their Serie A status and host a Torino side who make big changes.
Crotone celebrated promotion last night, but Cagliari will have to wait after fumbling a 2-0 lead with Livorno.
Milan are without Giacomo Bonaventura, Andrea Bertolacci and M’Baye Niang against Frosinone, but Mario Balotelli returns.
Sassuolo right-back Sime Vrsaljko is not just wanted by Juventus and Inter, but also Atletico Madrid, according to As.
Roberto Stellone insists Milan “will not face a depressed Frosinone,” as they want to fight for safety at San Siro.
Fenerbahce confirm Caner Erkin “can sign for whoever he wants, whether it is Inter or Besiktas.”
Fabrizio Castori notes “Juventus have won their Scudetto, now we want ours” as Carpi battle for Serie A safety.
Inter named their squad to face Lazio tomorrow evening, but Adem Ljajic is out injured.
Lazio released a statement assuring reports of a Russian offer to buy the club were “totally false and just stock manipulation.”
Paulo Dybala, Gonzalo Higuain, Lucas Biglia and Facundo Roncaglia are in Argentina’s Copa America preliminary squad, but no room for Inter hitman Mauro Icardi.
Max Allegri warned Juventus can’t party against Carpi. “We’ve got to stay on our toes before the Coppa Italia Final.”
Cristian Brocchi admits Milan problems are tactical and psychological as they face Frosinone. “The team falls apart.”
Roberto Mancini explained why he doubts a Leicester City style fairy-tale could happen in Italy. “It’s a tactical issue.”
Roberto Mancini discussed Inter transfer strategy, including Ever Banega, Lucas Biglia, Antonio Candreva, Adem Ljajic and Alex Telles.