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Roma have been fined €50,000 after their supporters were found guilty of racially abusing Milan players.
Roma have condemned those fans who racially abused Mario Balotelli and Kevin-Prince Boateng on Sunday.
Inter President Massimo Moratti has insisted he has no doubts about Andrea Stramaccioni's future at the club.
Paris Saint-Germain have confirmed that Real Madrid have contacted them about Coach Carlo Ancelotti.
Fiorentina are showing an interest in Cagliari goalkeeper Michael Agazzi, reports the L’Unione Sarda.
Juventus, Roma and Napoli are monitoring Daniele Bonera’s contract situation at Milan, claims the Gazzetta dello Sport.
Italian 2006 World Cup winner Gennaro Gattuso is no longer the Player Coach of Swiss side FC Sion, the club confirmed on Monday.
Eleven players from eleven different clubs make Dave Taylor’s Serie A Team of Week 37.
Emanuele Giaccherini will remain at Juventus despite starting just nine League games for the champions this season.
The Lega Serie A have confirmed the kick off dates and times for the final round of games this weekend.
Catania President Antonino Pulvirenti claims star man Alejandro Gomez is on the verge of a switch to Spain.
Milan full-back Ignazio Abate has confirmed that he was a January transfer target for Zenit St Petersburg.
Genoa chief Enrico Preziosi has admitted that he may recall Gigi Del Neri to the bench for the 2013-14 campaign.
There may be uncertainty over the Napoli futures of Walter Mazzarri and Edinson Cavani, but not when it comes to Christian Maggio.
Palermo chief Maurizio Zamparini insists the aim is to bounce straight back into the top-flight following this weekend’s relegation.
After spending this season at Lanciano, Juventus-owned goalkeeper Nicola Leali could be playing for Novara in the new campaign.
Palermo may have been relegated but the agent of Josip Ilicic insists it is still too early to know where he will be playing next season.
Juventus have decided to make a summer bid for Italy and Bologna’s Alessandro Diamanti, says La Gazzetta dello Sport.
Fiorentina will not consider the future of Stevan Jovetic until after the final whistle in their Week 38 game against Pescara.
Arturo Vidal says he is happy to stay at Juventus, a club he believes could become as strong as the present Bayern Munich side.
Philippe Mexes has underlined that finishing third would be a major success for Italian giants Milan.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani is happy to wait until the last 90 minutes of the season to qualify for the Champions League.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Carlo Ancelotti, Marco Verratti and Zlatan Ibrahimovic are celebrating after Paris Saint-Germain won the Ligue 1 title.
Aurelio Andreazzoli felt Roma deserved a penalty in an ill-tempered Milan draw and assured his future “is very clear.”
Massimiliano Allegri insists he is “calm” about Milan’s Champions League chances and told off Sulley Muntari for his red card against Roma.
Milan held Roma despite having 10 men for half the game, as Sulley Muntari saw red for wrestling the referee and Francesco Totti was also sent off.
Palermo are relegated, but President Maurizio Zamparini is confident “we will get straight back into Serie A.”
It’s expected to be a goalfest at San Siro when Milan host Roma in a head-to-head for European places tonight.
Bologna shocked Parma to win the Emilia-Romagna Derby at the Stadio Tardini this evening.
Juventus “have until Monday to formalise their proposal” for Mattheus or lose his signature, warned Flamengo.
Francesco Guidolin laughed off reports he’s heading to Napoli and celebrated Udinese’s club record seventh consecutive win.
Vladimir Petkovic has faith in Lazio's European hopes and Delio Rossi is ready for a future at Sampdoria.
Napoli’s final home game of the season has still not clarified the future, as Walter Mazzarri’s assistant manager admits “I’m waiting for his decision too.”
Udinese earned a seventh straight win, while Lazio shoved Sampdoria aside and Napoli fought back to beat Siena in stoppages.

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