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Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
The Portuguese Primeira Liga is set to overtake Serie A in UEFA’s League co-efficient ranking system.
Former Juventus player Mark Iuliano believes the Old Lady must concentrate on performing better in Europe in the future.
Inter President Erick Thohir says his recent visit to Real Madrid taught him a lot about what the club should be aspiring to do.
Roma’s Alessandro Florenzi says he has still not given up hope of representing his country at this summer’s World Cup.
Inter defender Rolando says the prospect of this weekend’s derby with Milan means his teammates need no motivation.
Inter’s Diego Milito insists his future has still not yet been decided despite repeated speculation he will leave the club.
Fiorentina captain Manuel Pasqual has spoken about his side’s preparations for their Coppa Italia final against Napoli.
Napoli captain Marek Hamsik says his side’s experience from winning the Coppa Italia in 2012 counts for nothing now.
Fiorentina Coach Vincenzo Montella wants his side to approach the Coppa Italia final in the same way they would a normal match.
Rafa Benitez says the outcome of tomorrow’s Coppa Italia final will not determine whether or not Napoli's season has been a success.
Fernando Llorente believes that Juventus ‘deserved more’ after crashing out of the Europa League.
Edin Dzeko continues to be linked with a summer move to Inter, with suggestions this time claiming that the Nerazzurri have offered €20m.
Lazio have confirmed that Miroslav Klose will stay with the club for at least another season.
Andrea Pirlo will sign a two-year contract extension with Juventus, it has been reported on Friday.
Fabio Coentrao could sign a contract extension with Real Madrid, despite rumours of interest from Serie A.
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis hopes ‘the best team wins’ tomorrow as his side take on Fiorentina in the Coppa Italia Final.
Mauricio Pinilla hopes to go to the World Cup with Chile, and is happy to stay at Cagliari.
Reports in France indicate that Didier Drogba could be at either Roma or Chelsea next season.
Ezequiel Schelotto is focusing purely on this weekend’s game against Sampdoria, not a place in next season’s Europa League.
Michel Bastos’ agent has admitted that his client’s future is in doubt, but claims that the winger would like to stay at Roma.
Pope Francis has urged footballers to be ‘true sportsmen’ after he met the Napoli and Fiorentina squads this morning.
Former Milan defender Alessandro Nesta has hinted that he wants to get into coaching and revealed why he left the Rossoneri.
Parma are reportedly considering that, if they lose Roberto Donadoni this summer to Milan, Filippo Inzaghi would be brought as replacement.
Atalanta midfielder Daniele Baselli’s agent has commented on links to Paris Saint-Germain: “Now, Serie A is a starting point and not an end point.”
Angelo Palombo has commented on Mauro Icardi’s lack of respect, Antonio Cassano’s World Cup hopes and Sampdoria’s midseason turnaround.
Dejan Stankovic has reflected on the ‘honesty’ of the Milan derby, signposted Mateo Kovacic and backed Erick Thohir’s plans for Inter’s future.
Paul Pogba has accused Manchester United of making him train alone and showing him a lack of respect before his July 2012 exit.
Fiorentina’s Neto, Borja Valero and Gonzalo Rodriguez and Napoli’s Gonzalo Higuain may all be available to start Saturday’s Coppa Italia Final.
Giovanni Trapattoni’s talks to become Morocco head Coach look to have been unsuccessful, with L’Equipe saying Badou Zaki has got the job.
Beppe Marotta commented yesterday on there being ‘no issue’ with Paul Pogba’s contract and indeed no talks this week planned with his agent.
Roma’s Miralem Pjanic has mused on how Barcelona ‘are a good destination’ and how PSG ‘are doing something interesting’.
Today's front-page headlines from Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
The Europa League elimination means Roma-Juventus and Sampdoria-Napoli in Serie A are moved.
Giorgio Chiellini confessed to Juventus regrets, but complimented Benfica on their defensive display.

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