NEWS

Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero has published a statement asking Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini to 'tend his own garden'.
Sassuolo have officially signed ex-Bologna and current free agent Cesare Natali until summer 2015.
Milan may sell 30 per cent of their shares to a foreign investor, and 15 per cent to its own fan-base.
Inter could swoop for Genoa goalkeeper Mattia Perin, but only if they can sell Samir Handanovic first.
Antonio Cassano reveals Juventus were too strict for him, and he preferred Roma because he 'needed madness'.
President Giampietro Manenti slams the city mayor's attempts to arrange an auction for the sale of Parma, saying 'he doesn't own the club'.
It’s reported that Milan are ready to offer Fiorentina Coach Vincenzo Montella a €2m per season contract to replace Pippo Inzaghi.
Damiano Tommasi, President of the Italian players’ union, the AIC, says that Parma’s players ‘hope’ to play against Atalanta.
The agent of Juventus midfielder Romulo says that his client’s future will be decided in the next week, as a meeting is planned.
Vasilis Torosidis’ suspension after a red card in Roma’s clash with Juventus has been confirmed by the Lega Serie A.
Luigi Sepe has signed a new deal which will tie the goalkeeper to Napoli until 2019 at the earliest.
Milan midfielder Suso admits that he’s still trying to settle at San Siro after moving from Liverpool in January.
Lukas Podolski insists his Inter career has gotten off to a postive start and ‘all that’s missing is a goal’.
Felipe Anderson can still improve despite his stellar form so far this campaign, according to Lazio Coach Stefano Pioli.
Lazio Coach Stefano Pioli admits the Aquile are battling Napoli on two fronts as they prepare to meet in the Coppa Italia.
Torino full-back Matteo Darmian is a target for Carlo Ancelotti’s Real Madrid, according to reports.
Parma youngster Jose Mauri says he isn’t thinking of leaving, but admits that the players don’t know what will happen to them.
Former Parma striker Faustino Asprilla says he’s working with other players to try and save his old club.
Juventus striker Alvaro Morata should be re-signed by Real Madrid, according to former Merengues midfielder Michel.
Roma midfielder Kevin Strootman says he’ll be back for the start of next season as he battles back from a knee injury.
Napoli Coach Rafael Benitez says he decide his future in April, but says he speaks to the club ‘every day’.
Rafa Benitez affirms his belief in his Napoli side, and explains his monosyllabic interviews after the Torino defeat.
The AIC has announced the referees for this week’s Coppa Italia semi-finals, with Paolo Valeri taking charge of Juventus-Fiorentina.
With none of the top three winning, Lazio moved a step closer to a Champions League spot as Dave Taylor selects his best XI from round 25.
The agent of Lazio midfielder Felipe Anderson assures that his client will stay with the Aquile for the foreseeable future.
Torino Coach Giampiero Ventura says Alessio Cerci should never have moved to Atletico Madrid, but needs time at Milan.
Former Milan Coach Carlo Ancelotti is on the shortlist to replace Manuel Pellegrini at Manchester City, according to reports.
It’s reported that Rafael Benitez has rejected Napoli’s first offer of a new contract, as he’s waiting for Liverpool.
However, Roma fought back to secure the draw, and the club’s owner says he’s proud of their efforts.

FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio says ownership rules for Italian clubs could be changed in light of the crisis at Parma.
Inter sporting director Piero Ausilio says he’s working to build a team which can compete for the Scudetto ‘as soon as possible’.
Today's front page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Gervinho felt Juventus tactics were to blame for Roma’s poor early performance. “There were no spaces.”
Claudio Marchisio said Juventus “cannot make these mistakes” after dropping a lead to draw with 10-man Roma.
Carlos Tevez revealed he’s been “watching” Andrea Pirlo and trying to copy his free kick technique for Juventus.

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