NEWS

Former Palermo director Pietro Lo Monaco says President Maurizio Zamparini's 'mood swings' are 'holding back' the club.
Serie A's schedule for Weeks 28, 29, and 30 was announced, including big matches Roma-Fiorentina, Roma-Inter, and Milan-Lazio.
Paulo Sousa's one-match ban was confirmed, meaning the Fiorentina Coach will sit out the match against Bologna.
Paris Saint-Germain's Ezequiel Lavezzi keeps being linked to Shanghai Shenua, irritating third party Inter.
Ever Banega's agent says a move to Inter from Sevilla would be 'appreciated', but for now it's 'just talk'.
Milan midfielder Giacomo Bonaventura could skip the game against Udinese, opening the way for Kevin-Prince Boateng.
Roma midfielder Kevin Strootman says returning to the pitch is 'an incredible feeling', even if it's just a Primavera game.
Torino's Afriyie Acquah was diagnosed with a thigh strain and will be out for almost one month, as communicated by the club.
Roma youth team coach Alberto De Rossi had three “fantastic” weeks working with Kevin Strootman.
Bologna have lost goalkeeper Antonio Mirante and defender Luca Rossettini to muscular injuries.
Martin Caceres says he’ll come back “stronger and meaner” and his mother says he wants to stay at Juventus.
Roberto Donadoni admits Bologna “are not at 100 per cent physically” as they prepare to face Fiorentina.
Kevin Strootman returned to action for the Roma Primavera side, scoring in a win over Avellino.
Genoa Coach Gian Piero Gasperini believes Lazio are “a top team” despite their struggles this season.
Seydou Keita calls Roma “a great club” but admits “it’s difficult” when the fans jeer the team.
Juan Cuadrado dismisses talk of Juventus-Napoli - “we have to play against Frosinone and win”.
Alessandro Costacurta slams Mario Balotelli - “with my Milan he wouldn’t get into the dressing room”.
It’s reported Bee Taechaubol won’t complete his Milan investment, so Silvio Berlusconi will have to cover losses.
Lazio Coach Stefano Pioli says “we have to make sure the real fans come back to the stadium” after racist chanting.
Lazio Coach Stefano Pioli admits European qualification will be “difficult” but “as long as it’s not mathematically certain we must believe”.
Juraj Kucka is confident Milan can finish third this season but “we have to take it a game at a time”.
Yohan Benalouane’s agent denies his client didn’t want to join Fiorentina - “we had no doubts”.
Adriano Galliani insists Keisuke Honda never asked to leave Milan - “we’re very happy with what he’s doing”.
A move to Inter is “a possibility” for Lucas Biglia, according to the Lazio captain’s agent.
Martin Caceres’ surgery was successful, but the Juventus defender will still miss the rest of the season.
Reports in Britain claim Chelsea will offer Juventus Coach Max Allegri a €10m per year contract to take over this summer.
Fabio Capello believes a “sprint finish” will decide whether Napoli or Juventus win the Scudetto.
President Claudio Lotito says Lazio fans aren’t racist, as “black lads play for Lazio too”.
Arrigo Sacchi says Juventus and Napoli are “two balanced teams” as he analyses the Scudetto race.
Massimo Ferrero could be forced to step-down as Sampdoria President, after accepting a 22-month jail sentence.
Today's front page headlines from Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Roma have reportedly agreed a deal to sign Internacional’s Alisson this summer.
Napoli full-back Christian Maggio is “un-transferable”, according to the player’s agent.
Adem Ljajic says “I hope to stay at Inter” and hopes they can put together a run of victories.
Danilo Cataldi is ‘excited and happy’ after renewing his Lazio contract, and wants to stay beyond 2020.

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