NEWS

Unicredit say that talks with Chinese investors over their share in Roma are not over, whilst links to Inter are inaccurate.
Torino’s players are set for a windfall totalling €2m in bonuses, if they can qualify the club for European competition.
Inter’s Erick Thohir and Marco Fassone are reportedly in London this week to talk over a move for Michael Bolingbroke.
Paulo Roberto Falcao says Roma’s complaints over the reasons behind Mattia Destro’s suspension do not compare to the 1981 incident with Maurizio Turone.
Miralem Pjanic has admitted that some rumours linking him away from Roma ‘are true’, but that his focus is not on the market just yet.
Today's front-page headlines from Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Napoli striker Duvan Zapata has offers from Udinese, Parma and Sassuolo, revealed his agent.
Chelsea beat PSG to overturn a 3-1 first leg defeat, while Real Madrid survived despite a 2-0 loss to Borussia Dortmund.
Fiorentina are focused on the Coppa Italia Final and Sandro Mencucci says they “are on a par with Napoli.”
Parma general manager Pietro Leonardi is confident Coach Roberto Donadoni will stick with the project.
Rudi Garcia is “impatiently awaiting” the Scudetto showdown between Roma and Juventus. “I hope it can be decisive.”
Pescara Coach Serse Cosmi has been giving evidence in a trial of a gang who held him and his family hostage.
Gigi Buffon believes Udinese goalkeeper Simone Scuffet “deserves a place at the World Cup” and is sorry for Mattia Destro.
Adriano Galliani does not regret handing Milan’s Number 10 jersey to Keisuke Honda and will “set our objectives at Easter.”
Swansea City defender Ashley Williams is “ready to talk to Napoli” if they make an offer, said his agent.
Juventus general manager Beppe Marotta insisted “the Scudetto race isn’t over yet” despite their lead and Mattia Destro’s ban.
Southampton midfielder Gaston Ramirez’s agent confirmed he’s looking for a return to Serie A and Milan would be “an honour.”
Verona hitman Luca Toni assures he has every reason to hope for a World Cup call. “If someone without a goal can hope...”
San Siro will not be considered as a venue for Euro 2020, but Rome’s Stadio Olimpico is an option.
Massimo Cellino has completed his takeover of Leeds United, according to his lawyers.
Milan, Inter, Napoli and Juventus are being heavily linked with Micah Richards after reports he’ll leave Manchester City.
The fan manhandled by Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis rejected the apology and announced he’ll sue.
Galatasaray Coach Roberto Mancini has dismissed speculation linking him with a return to Inter or taking over the Italian national team.
New Catania Coach Maurizio Pellegrino says the club can deal with spending a season in Serie B, as long as it is followed by ten in Serie A.
Pablo Armero says he wants to leave Napoli and complete a permanent move to English side West Ham United.
Roma general director Mauro Baldissoni is unhappy with the decision to hand striker Mattia Destro a three match ban.
Verona’s Michelangelo Albertazzi says it was a great feeling for his side to beat Chievo in Saturday’s Derby della Scala.
The agent of Napoli’s Lorenzo Insigne says his client is happy at San Paolo and wants to remain at the club.
Juventus’ Leonardo Bonucci is expecting a tough battle when his side face Lyon in Thursday’s Europa League quarter-final second leg.
Roma forward Mattia Destro has today been handed a three match ban for punching Cagliari defender Davide Astori.
A report in Corriere Fiorentino claims that Inter honorary President Massimo Moratti could be set to try to buy Livorno.
Sacked Catania Coach Rolando Maran has written an open letter to thank the club’s fans for their support during his time in charge.
Former Juventus player Alessio Tacchinardi has given his opinion on the futures of Milan's Ricky Kaka and Keisuke Honda at the club.
Napoli’s Faouzi Ghoulam says the chance to join the club in January was simply one he could not turn down.
Former Roma player Abel Balbo says young forward Mattia Destro has shown he is capable of great things.

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