NEWS

Serie B side Trapani have officially sacked Coach Roberto Boscaglia after dropping into the play-out zone.
The referees have been assigned to Europa League games featuring Fiorentina, Roma, Napoli, Inter and Torino.
Despite firing him in December, it’s now reported that Cagliari will retain Zdenek Zeman even if they are relegated.
Cristian Rodriguez will face a four-game ban if he ever returns to Serie A, after being sent off this weekend.
Gabriel Paletta insists Milan are still united, despite their dismal form in recent weeks.
Christian Maggio’s agent says his Napoli future will be decided one way or the other ‘in the coming weeks’, and discusses Inter links.
Michael Agazzi will be out for up to four months after the Milan goalkeeper underwent shoulder surgery.
Carlos Tevez and Gonzalo Higuain are among six Serie A players called up to Gerardo Martino’s latest Argentina squad.
Verona face a crisis in defence, as both Rafael Marquez and Rafael Marques have picked up injuries.
A goal-laden round of Serie A football gave Livio Caferoglu a selection headache when compiling Week 26's Team of the Week.
Italian journalist Antonio Corbo believes Edinson Cavani’s statements about Aurelio De Laurentiis are due to negotiations with Juventus.
Marco Verratti insists he’s happy at Paris Saint-Germain, saying he has ‘no reason’ to think about leaving.
Roberto Mancini says things are ‘difficult’ for Milan Coach Pippo Inzaghi, but understands he couldn’t turn them down.
Sevilla midfielder Ever Banega says he’d rather have faced Inter than Villarreal in the Europa League Last 16.
Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli paid a surprise visit to his former teammates at Milan during their training session this morning.
Napoli Coach Rafa Benitez says it would be ‘no problem’ to leave, as he hints at interest in the Paris Saint-Germain job.
Juventus are considering a move for Monaco defender Almamy Toure, according the latest rumours.
Torino Coach Giampiero Ventura says his side can’t afford to face Zenit in the same manner as they did Udinese at the weekend.
It’s reported that a decision over permission for Milan’s prospective new stadium has been delayed, possibly until June.
It’s reported Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea and Liverpool were scouting Felipe Anderson last night.
Mauro Icardi could put pen to paper on a new Inter deal as early as this week, according to reports.
Claudio Marchisio says Juventus can conquer Borussia Dortmund if they play as they did in the second half against Sassuolo.
It’s reported that Atletico Madrid are interested in Lazio midfielder Felipe Anderson after his performances this term.
Milan striker Stephan El Shaarawy says he hopes to be back for the derby with Inter on April 19.
Roma right-back Maicon is said to be close to a return, and could feature in the second leg of their Europa League tie.
Today's front page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Edinson Cavani confirmed he’d love to come back to Napoli, “but not with Aurelio De Laurentiis as President.”
Roberto Mancini reveals “Yaya Toure wants to play in Italy and Inter would be his first choice.”
Max Allegri said Juventus have “absolutely not” won the Scudetto after beating Sassuolo and replied to Antonio Conte.
Eusebio Di Francesco felt Sassuolo had a great game against Juventus, but “experience” proved the difference.
Paul Pogba told off Juventus fans for jeering their 1-0 win over Sassuolo, which was “very important for the Scudetto.”
Juventus left it late, but Paul Pogba’s strike beat Sassuolo 1-0 and put them 11 points clear at the top of the table.
Stefano Pioli felt Lazio’s 4-0 demolition job on Fiorentina was “almost a perfect evening.”
Vincenzo Montella admits Fiorentina “deserved” defeat at Lazio, but 4-0 doesn’t reflect the quality of these teams.
Miroslav Klose hasn’t decided his future, but enjoyed Lazio’s 4-0 win over Fiorentina. “That’s how you play football!”

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