NEWS

Francesco Totti, Mattia Destro and Gervinho face Amauri as Roma-Parma resumes today after it was rained off two months ago.
Atalanta general director Pierpaolo Marino says the club was in a constant state of emergency when he first started work there.
The Birmingham Mail are reporting that former Sunderland Director of football Roberto De Fanti is lining up a bid for Birmingham City.
Former Milan forward Hernan Crespo says he felt like stopping playing after his team’s Champions League final defeat to Liverpool.
Lazio’s Antonio Candreva says he has an excellent working relationship with Coach Edy Reja and that he feels he belongs at the club.
Barbara Berlusconi says Paolo Maldini is a ‘symbol’ of everything Milan stands for and that the door will always be open for him to contribute to the club.
Il Mattino reports that Napoli star Marek Hamsik is no longer happy at the club and wants to move away from San Paolo.
Former Fiorentina player Fabio Rossitto believes the Viola have been unable to fulfill their potential this season due to injuries.
Alberto Aquilani says he and his Fiorentina teammates have a clear idea of what they want to achieve in the remainder of the season.
Verona midfielder Emil Hallfredsson has called on his teammates to win their derby with Chievo on Saturday for the fans.
Lazio medic Roberto Bianchini has provided an update on the physical condition of several Biancocelesti players.
Milan have today revealed ambitious new plans to build a new permanent headquarters.
With Ignazio Abate likely to leave Milan, the club have highlighted Fabio Coentrao as a possible replacement.
Parma sporting director Pietro Leonardi is confident that some of the club’s star players will stay with European football on the horizon.
Spanish giants Barcelona have been given a transfer ban by FIFA, meaning they cannot buy players for the next two windows.
Inter could make a dramatic u-turn and sell Fredy Guarin in the summer after his relationship with the fans hit a new low.
Simon Kjaer has commented on his time at Roma, admitting that it ‘could have been better’.
It has emerged that it will be up to Vincenzo Montella whether David Pizarro and Massimo Ambrosini get new Fiorentina deals.
Antonio Candreva looks set to complete a permanent move to Lazio, but his future could still be away from Stadio Olimpico.
Atletico Madrid playmaker Diego has admitted that he made mistakes during his time at Juventus.
Adel Taarabt is set to stay at Milan, but reports claim that Ignazio Abate could well leave the club over the summer.
Fiorentina are ready to spend €30m in order to sign two of Serie A’s Colombian superstars, according to reports.
Ahead of Lyon’s clash with Juventus in the Europa League this week, OL striker Alexandre Lacazette has admitted he would love to play for the Bianconeri.
Juventus will ask for cash plus Edinson Cavani should Paris Saint-Germain make a move for Paul Pogba in the summer.
Two leading Italian sports papers have reported that Walter Mazzarri will be sacked at the end of the season should Inter fail to qualify for Europe.
Today's front-page headlines from Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
The Champions League quarter-finals are finely poised after Manchester United-Bayern Munich and Barcelona-Atletico Madrid ended 1-1.
Borussia Dortmund are consistently linked with a bid for Ciro Immobile, who is co-owned by Torino and Juventus.
Paulinho scored a fantastic goal for Livorno against Inter and his agent insists “he deserves a big club.”
Livorno’s Ibrahima Mbaye played against his parent club and his agent confirms Inter “want to bring him home.”
Marek Hamsik is confident Napoli can catch Roma in second place after beating Juventus. “Everything is possible.”
Giuseppe Rossi is “working day after day to be there for the Coppa Italia Final” Fiorentina-Napoli.
Napoli offered Pepe Reina a contract extension, but it’s reported the goalkeeper turned the first proposal down.
Cesare Prandelli doesn’t want to “put pressure” on Giuseppe Rossi for the World Cup and hailed Giancarlo Antognoni.
Livorno’s hopes of avoiding relegation suffered a blow with news Emerson will be out for three weeks.

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