NEWS

Thai businessman Bee Taechaubol will sit down for dinner with Silvio Berlusconi this evening to discuss the sale of Milan.
Today's front page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Milan-owned goalkeeper Gabriel admits he’d like to stay at Carpi next season after they were promoted to Serie A.
Carpi midfielder Raffaele Bianco admits “even we wouldn’t have bet on ourselves” getting promoted into Serie A.
Andrea Stramaccioni praised Udinese and Antonio Di Natale for out-playing Inter when down to nine men.
Roberto Mancini was furious with Inter after “four or five of my players acted as if this was a training session” against nine-man Udinese.
Coach Fabrizio Castori said Carpi’s historic promotion into Serie A is “the high point of my career.”
Inter earned a 2-1 victory, but Udinese pushed them right to the end with nine men and Antonio Di Natale matched Roberto Baggio.
Carpi have mathematically sealed their first ever promotion into Serie A, as a 0-0 with Bari proved enough.
Filip Djordjevic and Marco Parolo are back in the Lazio squad to face Parma, earlier than expected after injury.
Gianluca Festa won on his Cagliari debut and hopes they can do the same in a relegation dogfight with Chievo.
Eusebio Di Francesco wants Sassuolo to show Roma “we are not the team” that lost to 10-man Verona.
Mattia Destro’s agent “won’t rule out” an extension of his loan at Milan rather than an immediate return to Roma.
The changes to the Serie A fixture list have been announced for Weeks 34, 35, 36 and 37.
Inter have a revamped defence, but look to Mauro Icardi in tonight’s trip to Andrea Stramaccioni’s Udinese.
Follow the build-up and action as Andrea Stramaccioni tries to do the double over his old club Inter at the Stadio Friuli.
Juventus named their squad to face Fiorentina on Wednesday night, bringing back Claudio Marchisio and Carlos Tevez.
Fiorentina will face Barcelona, Chelsea, PSG and Porto in this summer’s International Champions Cup.
Milan named their squad to face Genoa tomorrow night, missing Suso, Luca Antonelli and Gabriel Paletta.
Sinisa Mihajlovic promised changes after the defeat to Napoli and said Sampdoria must emulate “tennis players” against Verona.
Empoli defender Lorenzo Tonelli denies threatening German Denis, insisting “Luca Cigarini held me down while he beat me.”
Stefano Pioli doesn’t think Lazio have lost their mojo and must prove it with an “attractive and gritty performance” against Parma.
CEO Adriano Galliani explained €91.3m losses and if Silvio Berlusconi does sell the club, “it will only be for the good of Milan.”
Jose Holebas and Douglas Maicon are out of Roma’s trip to Sassuolo on Wednesday night.
Karim Benzema and Gareth Bale will both be fit to face Juventus with Real Madrid, according to Coach Carlo Ancelotti.
Fiorentina Coach Vincenzo Montella calls for ‘confidence and courage’ from his side to beat Juventus tomorrow.
Reports in France are contradicting statements from Palermo’s Maurizio Zamparini that Paris Saint-Germain are interested in Paulo Dybala.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini has again spoken about Paulo Dybala, stating Juventus and Inter are the most interested.
Stefano Pioli insists he has no doubts over the quality of his side, despite one point from the last two games.
There’s confusion over Bee Taechaubol’s bid for Milan, as the businessman has left the city before a planned meeting.
Milan Coach Filippo Inzaghi says his side must ‘make up for a bad game against Udinese’ when they meet Genoa.
Milan captain Riccardo Montolivo is fed up of talking about the Rossoneri’s crisis - ‘the only answer we can give is on the pitch’.
Roma Coach Rudi Garcia defends the performance in defeat to Inter, and sounds a rallying cry for Champions League qualification.
Palermo forward Paulo Dybala denies any agreement with Juventus, and says Inter interest makes him proud.
The agent of Napoli Coach Rafa Benitez denies a meeting with Aurelio De Laurentiis yesterday - ‘it’s a lie’.

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