NEWS

Gianluca Vialli has advised Juventus to determine their decision over Paul Pogba based on the player’s desire to stay or go.
Pepe Reina is reportedly unwilling to lower his wage demands with Napoli, meaning that his time at the club will likely end in the summer.
Roma are reportedly ready to make a move for Fiorentina’s Borja Valero, should they lose Miralem Pjanic in the summer.
Gianluca Vialli says that Juventus can improve further in Europe, particularly the strikers, but that action in the transfer market is needed.
Marco van Basten says he would never have given the Milan job to Clarence Seedorf, and urges the club to give the role to Roberto Donadoni.
Pietro Leonardi says Parma are happy with Roberto Donadoni and if they have to replace him, won’t be taking advice from Milan.
As speculation centres on Antonio Conte meeting with Andrea Agnelli, reports are that Roberto Mancini or Luciano Spalletti may be Juventus’ plan B.
Milan are reportedly preparing to meet with Valencia to discuss the future of centre-back Adil Rami.
Today's front-page headlines from Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Rafa Benitez said Napoli are “on the right path” after winning the Coppa Italia, beating Cagliari and setting a club record.
Napoli swept 10-man Cagliari aside 3-0 at the San Paolo, but Marek Hamsik missed a penalty.
Carlo Ancelotti is “proud and happy” to have worked at Milan and Real Madrid, misses Zlatan Ibrahimovic and recommends Alex.
Sassuolo climbed out of the bottom three after a 4-3 win at Fiorentina and Coach Eusebio Di Francesco saw a real battle.
Vincenzo Montella said Fiorentina “lacked concentration” in their 4-3 defeat to Sassuolo and welcomed back Giuseppe Rossi.
Napoli director Riccardo Bigon concedes the last few days “have been bittersweet” and all thoughts are with the shot fan in hospital.
Juventus have confirmed Arturo Vidal will undergo keyhole knee surgery tomorrow.
Giuseppe Rossi scored on his Serie A comeback, but Domenico Berardi’s hat-trick gave Sassuolo a shock 4-3 victory at Fiorentina.
Mateo Kovacic admits Inter were “very bad” against Milan, as they played in an excessively defensive way.
Federico Marchetti and Helder Postiga are out for the rest of the season, confirmed Lazio medical staff.
Napoli present a revamped line-up for tonight’s game with Cagliari, though the San Paolo could be deserted.
Atalanta defender Mario Yepes has been released from hospital after suffering a head injury in last night’s game with Juventus.
Paul Pogba confessed he “wants to be like” Juventus teammate Andrea Pirlo and his decision to quit Manchester United was “great.”
Fiorentina try to get over their Coppa Italia Final defeat with Giuseppe Rossi ready to come on against desperate Sassuolo.
Andrea Pirlo joked he’s “too old for PSG,” will continue playing as long as he enjoys himself and hailed Paul Pogba and Marco Verratti.
Napoli-Cagliari has been further fired up by news Genny a’ Carogna, the ultras leader who spoke to Marek Hamsik, is banned for five years.
Sassuolo President Carlo Rossi says the club want to keep hold of Domenico Berardi for another season.
Udinese Coach Francesco Guidolin has refused to comment on his future until the end of the season.
The President of CONI believes Italy should follow the example of England in tackling hooliganism problems.
Inter’s Jonathan says he and his teammates are 100 per cent behind Nerazzurri Coach Walter Mazzarri.
Napoli have been warned by the Questura that their match with Cagliari tonight could be suspended if behaviour by their supporters incites violence.
The agent of Lorenzo Insigne has rubbished rumours that Milan are looking to sign the player from Napoli.
Hernanes says he mulled over leaving Lazio for two weeks before eventually deciding to sign for Inter.
Inter-bound Nemanja Vidic says he never thought of moving to another English club once he had decided to leave Manchester United.
Inter ‘team manager’ Ivan Cordoba is impressed by club President Erick Thohir, insisting he never stops working.
A report by Sport Mediaset suggests that Roma Coach Rudi Garcia is considering his long-term future at the club.

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