NEWS

Luis Muriel insists Sampdoria “cannot throw away the whole season” by failing to qualify for Europe.
Luca Rossettini blamed Zdenek Zeman for Cagliari’s relegation. “We had some warning signs in pre-season.”
As reports intensify around the Napoli boss, Rafa Benitez’s agent confirms “he would be truly happy to manage Real Madrid.”
Dejan Stankovic won’t rule out a future at Inter, but assures Roberto Mancini “is the right man for the job.”
Diego Lopez wants “to win with Milan” and “everyone knows what a great Coach Carlo Ancelotti is.”
Genoa sensation Iago Falque admits “I don’t know where I’ll be playing next season.”
Swiss international Blerim Dzemaili could return to Torino just a year after leaving Napoli for Galatasaray.
There are multiple reports that Carlo Ancelotti will leave Real Madrid and have dinner with Milan emissaries tonight.
Palermo have a deal with Juventus for Paulo Dybala, so are turning their attention to Boca’s Jonathan Calleri.
Milan are installing a new cryogenic chamber to help prevent and limit the impact of injuries.
Newly promoted Carpi are preparing to sign Arsenal youth team product Renny Smith after a trial run.
There is a new development in the scandal, as Brindisi director Vito Morisco confessed match-fixing a game with Pomigliano.
Ex-Inter star Luis Figo released a scathing statement on why he is no longer running for President of FIFA.
Antonio Conte will reportedly call up Wolfsburg winger Daniel Caligiuri to play for Italy.
In a bizarre legal precedent, a court has ordered Juventus to pay €3,000 damages to a Napoli fan offended by crowd chants.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini confirms “Inter and Milan matched the offer, but Paulo Dybala only wanted Juventus.”
President Felice Belloli lost a vote of no confidence unanimously after calling women’s football “a bunch of lesbians.”
Roma midfielder Kevin Strootman’s recovery is on track, with the Dutchman insisting he’ll be ‘back next season’.
Inter will be due €11m from Sunderland for Ricardo Alvarez after the Black Cats secured Premier League safety.
It’s reported Rafa Benitez will open negotiations with Real Madrid next week, amid talk the Coach has told Napoli he’s leaving.
Atletico Madrid President Enrique Cerezo says there is ‘nothing’ in rumours they will sign Jose Callejon and Gonzalo Higuain.
Milan midfielder Marco van Ginkel believes they can beat Torino, and wants to repay the support of the fans.
Former Milan full-back Serginho believes the Rossoneri have been ‘unlucky’ this season, and backs them to bounce back.
Gonzalo Higuain’s father assures his son will stay at Napoli despite ‘many teams’ being interested in the striker.
Barcelona President Josep Maria Bartomeu is cryptic on rumoured interest in Paul Pogba - ‘we’re tracking a lot of players’.
Godfred Donsah’s agent denies Juventus have bought his client, and reveals interest from Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City.
Rafa Benitez’s agent denies contact with Real Madrid ‘for the moment’ with rumours he’ll replace Carlo Ancelotti as Coach.
Bayern Munich goalkeeper Pepe Reina has agreed a deal to return to Napoli at the end of the season, according to reports in Germany.
Nicola Rizzoli will be the referee for Monday’s rescheduled Rome derby, it has been announced.
Sampdoria Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic says he wants a ‘project’ to stay with the club - ‘money is the least of my worries’.
Juventus are reportedly in the running for the signature of Real Madrid midfielder Sami Khedira, whose contract is expiring.
UEFA President Michel Platini says Financial Fair Play is ‘here to stay’ and warns Inter and Roma ‘existing settlements will remain in force’.
It’s reported Carlo Ancelotti could return to Milan if, as expected, he’s dismissed as Real Madrid Coach.
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi confirms sale talks and says all potential investors have asked him to stay on in a role at the club.
Next week will be decisive for Inter’s pursuit of Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure, according to reports in Italy.

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