NEWS

Inter are being linked with a summer swoop for Aston Villa central defender Jores Okore.
Atalanta full-back Davide Zappacosta would love a transfer to Napoli, “even if it meant playing in goal!”
Torino wing-back Gaston Silva will be out for a month after suffering a thigh strain.
Reports are intensifying that Nigel de Jong will leave Milan as a free agent for Manchester United.
Mirko Valdifiori gets his Italy debut against England tonight, but the Empoli midfielder is reportedly close to Napoli.
Udinese sporting director Cristiano Giaretta confirms they’re trying to arrange a move to Flamengo for Milan misfit Pablo Armero.
It’s reported Rafa Benitez has been offered a three-year contract to stay at Napoli, but the Coach wants a rolling deal.
Roma will be without winger Gervinho for three weeks as he’s suffering with a hamstring injury, the club has confirmed.
Lorenzo Insigne says he’s ready to return for Napoli, and compliments the team’s achievements in his absence.
Inter Coach Roberto Mancini assures fans that a ‘top player’ will arrive in the summer - ‘Piero Ausilio is working on it’.
Milan have announced contract renewals running until 2018 for three of the club’s youth-team players.
Juventus striker Alvaro Morata says he would ‘give anything’ to win the Champions League this season - ‘I’d even play for free’.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini says the fight for Paulo Dybala is between Juventus and English side Arsenal.
It’s reported that Juventus are in negotiations with Manchester City to try and bring Edin Dzeko to Turin.
Antonio Cassano admits ‘I miss football’ after leaving Parma, and says he didn’t join Bari for ‘family reasons’.
Fiorentina striker Mario Gomez says the club are aiming to ‘win every game’ to try and end the season with silverware.
Midfielder Hernanes urges fans to get behind Inter to help them back to 'the top of world football’.
Stephan El Shaarawy’s agent has ruled out the possibility of the Milan striker being loaned to Genoa.
Former referee Massimo De Santis says Giacinto Facchetti didn’t ask for refereeing help but ‘neither did anyone else’.
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio plays down fears Antonio Conte will resign as Italy CT - ‘I think he’ll stay’.
Tommaso Ghirardi misled FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio over the financial situation at Parma, the latter has revealed.
Massimiliano Allegri and Claudio Marchisio are both reportedly set for new contracts at Juventus when the season ends.
Federation President Carlo Tavecchio discusses Juventus’ Calciopoli lawsuit - ‘the FIGC would go bankrupt’.
Radja Nainggolan says there’s a ’50 per cent chance’ of him staying at Roma, and discusses his challenge on Federico Mattiello.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini confirms he’s in talks with Juventus for Paulo Dybala, but says they must hurry.
Today's front page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Under-21 Coach Gigi Di Biagio says Italy 'must improve' after their 1-0 defeat to Serbia, and admits they 'did not play well'.
England manager Roy Hodgson says that Italy Coach Antonio Conte's clashes with the clubs are 'not strange'.
Inter midfielder Hernanes calls fans to witness their 'climb to the top of the world', and says he can't wait to get back in the pitch.
An uninspired Italy Under-21 side held their own against Serbia until Domenico Berardi's red card left them a man down, leading to a dire 1-0 defeat.
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio has said that others envy Italy because they are 'widely followed and spectacular', whilst discussing the Azzurri and Juventus.
A new deal has been struck between the Italian Football Federation and Italy sponsors Puma, renewing their partnership.
Atletico Madrid midfielder Mario Suarez's agent admits the player has recently been on Milan's list, but is uncertain about a potential deal.
England manager Roy Hodgson recalls the 'great moments' of his time in Italy, whilst discussing the team that will face the Azzurri.
England captain Wayne Rooney says the Azzurri will be 'a good test', but doubts he could 'play in Italy'.

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