NEWS

Juventus have announced a €16.8m profit for the first quarter of 2014/15, a €45.4 improvement from last year.
Reports suggest that Milan will try to sign out of favour Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu should Diego Lopez leave.
Juventus are reportedly ready to offer Patrice Evra a one-year contract extension with the option of a second season.
Lorenzo Insigne’s agent says he ‘didn’t abandon Italy’ after Antonio Conte left him out of his Azzurri squad.
Gonzalo Higuain’s agent and brother Nicolas Higuain has ruled out a departure using Article 17: “It’s not our style.”
Roma have announced that captain Francesco Totti will soon return to training as his recovery from injury continues.
Marcello Lippi says he was ‘struck by the impressive strength of Fiorentina’ and that ‘it’s the year of strong teams playing well.’
The agent of Southampton’s Gaston Ramirez says that he ‘wants a return to Bologna’, with a January move possible.
Milan are reportedly considering a bid for PSV midfielder Adam Maher, although he won’t come cheap.
Antonio Conte says he will consider an Italy team with no Andrea Pirlo and looks ahead to a ‘fascinating challenge’ against Belgium.
Italy CT Antonio Conte says ‘the individual is not important’ and that he wants an Azzurri to ‘make the Italian people proud’.
Italy CT Antonio Conte’s teams are ‘revolutionised and shaken up’ according to Juventus goalkeeper Gigi Buffon.
Italy and Juventus goalkeeper Gigi Buffon says ‘I pose myself no limits’ and wants the Azzurri to have ‘no regrets’ after Euro 2016.
Andrea Stramaccioni is the new Coach of Greek side Panathinaikos, as announced officially by the club.
West Ham are reportedly still interested in Milan's Keisuke Honda, in spite of the player's reluctance to leave.
Milan are reportedly working towards signing Palermo's Franco Vazquez in June and renewing Giacomo Bonaventura's contract.
Defender Antonio Rudiger claims that 'with this level of quality, Roma must aim for the Scudetto'.
The new Azzurri kit to be used at Euro 2016 has been unveiled, featuring white stripes and PUMA technology.
Roma's Mohamed Salah sustained 'ligament damage' in the game against Lazio and will be out 'between four and six weeks' according to the club.
Coach Antonio Conte says that 'those who do not understand the value of the Azzurri shirt are inadequate and inappropriate'.
Sampdoria are currently holding a summit and may decide to sack Coach Walter Zenga after disappointing performances.
Serie A veteran Claudio Ranieri says it's unreasonable to expect Juventus Coach Max Allegri to win the Scudetto, whilst discussing Napoli, Roma and Fiorentina.
Inter could be after Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic, who is nearing the end of his contract.
Gianluca Zambrotta discusses his former team: 'Milan are finding their brilliance again, they can aim for third'.
Ciro Immobile finally ended his drought of no goals in ten games, scoring for Sevilla against Real Madrid.
Antonio Cassano exchanged words with Giuseppe Rossi during Sampdoria-Fiorentina: 'I'm happy for you, but I'm doing terrible'.
Walter Zenga is not very popular with supporters as they gathered to scream at President Massimo Ferrero: 'Throw him out!'
Roma President James Pallotta lashes back at the ultras: 'I was the one singing, where's the curva now?'
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Walter Zenga admits “Fiorentina played well and deserved to win, but Sampdoria gave away two goals.”
Paulo Sousa said Fiorentina’s Scudetto “is recognition, as we want to play happy and positive football in every match.”
Fiorentina director Daniele Pradè insists his team “plays total football, the kind I’d never seen before.”
Federico Bernardeschi assures Fiorentina “can win the Scudetto” after their 2-0 victory away to Sampdoria.
Initial X-Rays show Mohamed Salah has not fractured his ankle, but the Roma winger will have more tests tomorrow.
Fiorentina retained top spot by ending Sampdoria’s unbeaten home record with a comfortable 2-0 victory at Marassi.

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