Emanuele Giaccherini concedes that he has had a difficult season, but insists he is ready for Italy if Cesare Prandelli calls upon him.
Adriano Galliani has reportedly called Clarence Seedorf to clarify having allegedly called him ‘crazy’ at the weekend.
Milan’s Keisuke Honda and Inter’s Yuto Nagatomo have been named in Alberto Zaccheroni’s 23-man Japan squad for the World Cup.
Erick Thohir and Walter Mazzarri are yet to set a date to meet over the Coach’s Inter future, although speculation over intentions continues.
Giorgio Chiellini reportedly does not risk being dropped from Italy contention, as Cesare Prandelli has apparently assessed his weekend elbow.
Dani Osvaldo has commented on his gratitude towards Juventus, who have allowed him to “grow both as a professional and as a person.”
Lorenzo Insigne has admitted he is holding out for a place in Italy’s provisional World Cup squad: “I hope to win the full confidence of Cesare Prandelli.”
Rafa Benitez has outlined the desire for Napoli next year to have a ‘strong and competitive’ squad ‘both domestically and in Europe’.
Roy Hodgson will later today name his England squad to take to the World Cup, with Ashley Cole confirmed as the first high profile omission.
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Giorgio Chiellini insists he did not purposefully elbow Miralem Pjanic. “I was just trying to block him.”
Paul Pogba said the 1-0 win over Roma proved Juventus “are the strongest team in Italy. Now we want 100 points.”
Ricky Kaka confirmed he “will stay at Milan, as I want another year,” but wouldn’t comment on Clarence Seedorf’s position.
Miralem Pjanic explained his decision to sign a four-year contract extension at Roma. “I’m here to win.”
Antonio Conte said he will “clarify” his Juventus position and then potentially “evaluate other projects that intrigue me.”
Rudi Garcia insists the defeat to Juventus “doesn’t change the extraordinary season” Roma have had.
Daniel Osvaldo scored against his old Roma teammates as Juventus won 1-0 to set a new record of 99 points.
Giuseppe Rossi’s girlfriend hit back at Livorno fans after they insulted the Fiorentina and Italy striker.
Giorgio Chiellini risks video evidence after he was caught on camera elbowing Miralem Pjanic in Roma-Juventus.
Davide Ballardini was 'mortified' by Bologna's relegation with a home defeat to Catania.
Eusebio Di Francesco praised Sassuolo's 'miraculous' survival and Gian Piero Gasperini looked on the bright side.
Sinisa Mihajlovic won't be drawn on his future, while Rafa Benitez is targeting triple figures for Napoli.
Davide Nicola feels Livorno did all they could and Vincenzo Montella reiterated his Fiorentina demands.
Ivo Pulga is already looking to next season, while Eugenio Corini left his Chievo future in doubt.
Parma’s European ambitions are still alive, but Roberto Donadoni refused to commit his future amid Milan links.
Giampiero Ventura admits Torino have “regrets” that they fumbled a lead against Parma in the Euro showdown.
Torino, Parma, Milan and Verona are still in the running for the final Europa League qualification spot.
Roma-Juventus is a Serie A showcase with Mattia Destro, Gervinho and Francesco Totti against Carlos Tevez, Fernando Llorente and Andrea Pirlo.
Roma have officially agreed a four-year contract extension with Miralem Pjanic, ending transfer speculation.
Livorno, Catania and Bologna are all relegated, while a Torino-Parma dramatic draw leaves sixth place up for grabs.
Atalanta Coach Stefano Colantuono was horrified that some of his fans threw a banana at Milan’s Kevin Constant.
Clarence Seedorf insists his “conscience is clear” after Milan’s defeat to Atalanta left Europa League hopes in tatters.
Livorno are at the Last Chance Saloon when hosting local rivals Fiorentina in the Derby della Toscana.
A last-gasp 2-1 defeat to Atalanta wrecked Milan’s Europa League ambitions after an ugly incident of racist abuse.
Torino-Parma is a direct head-to-head for Europe as Ciro Immobile and Alessio Cerci face Antonio Cassano.