NEWS

Livorno and Inter have released their starting line-ups as the teams prepare to do battle in tonight’s Serie A encounter.
Inter’s Cristian Chivu admitted to feeling sad that he is leaving the club but says moments like this are part of life.
Antonio Di Natale’s second half goal was enough to give Udinese victory over Catania, who inch closer to relegation.
Udinese sporting director Cristiano Giaretta has reiterated that goalkeeper Simone Scuffet is not for sale.
Genoa Coach Gian Piero Gasperini has decided to order his players in for extra training following their weekend defeat to Verona.
Udinese and Catania have announced their starting line-ups for their Serie A clash this evening.
Sampdoria’s Shkodran Mustafi says his side are not limiting themselves to setting specific targets for the remainder of the season.
Former Lazio player Dario Marcolin believes the Biancocelesti are on the right track on the pitch despite recent turmoil off it.
The mayor of Naples believes it is time to stop talking about Napoli’s stadium issues and actually do something about it.
Lorenzo Insigne’s agent believes that the Napoli forward can make the World Cup if he continues to play well.
The agent representing Fluminense defender Carlinhos has admitted that rumours linking his client with Inter fill him with pride.
Jeremy Menez has an agreement with Juventus for next season, according to reports in the Swiss Press.
FIGC President Giancarlo Abete has praised the work done by Italian national team boss Cesare Prandelli.
Paulinho has conceded that he is ‘not comfortable’ at Tottenham, putting several Italian sides on alert.
Hernanes believes that it will take two years before Inter are back challenging for the Scudetto.
Massimo Ambrosini could join Kaka at MLS side Orlando City, it has been claimed in the Italian Press.
Massimo Cellino’s appeal against the decision to block his takeover of Leeds United will be heard today.
Fiorentina and Udinese will meet this week on the pitch, but also in the board room as they discuss Juan Cuarado’s future.
Patrice Evra’s agent has revealed that the Manchester United defender has yet to make a decision on his future.
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis has admitted that Stadio San Paolo is ‘in poor condition’.
Reports in the Spanish Press this afternoon suggest that Kaka has a verbal agreement with MLS franchise Orlando City.
Reports in Spain are that Napoli have identified Real Madrid’s Diego Lopez as possible transfer target for the summer.
Barbara Berlusconi says that Milan’s desire is to base their future around sourcing and developing talent from across the globe.
Bologna’s apparent reluctance to sack Davide Ballardini is reportedly because Stefano Pioli’s return in his place has been blocked.
Inter have made official the news that they have terminated Romanian defender Cristian Chivu’s contract.
Carlo Ancelotti believes that Milan’s struggles stem from a lack of investment in the playing staff, compared to previous years.
Aurelio De Laurentiis says he will pay the Napoli players a bonus if they can finish second, and keep Pepe Reina.
English Championship side Reading could reportedly be the subject of a takeover bid from Italian entrepreneur Francesco Becchetti.
Gianluigi Buffon believes that Juventus have been struggling for the past six weeks due to the absences in their playing staff.
Roma director general Mauro Baldissoni has reflected on the club’s ‘legitimate dream’ of the Scudetto, and calmness over Rudi Garcia’s renewal.
Carlo Ancelotti has considered the differences that he sees between football in Italy’s Serie A and Spain’s La Liga.
Carlos Tevez has warned that so long as Roma remain mathematically challenging for the Scudetto, Juventus can’t call it their own.
Today's front-page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Antonio Conte told Rafa Benitez to “check his calculations,” but confessed Napoli deserved to beat Juventus.
Rafa Benitez reiterated Juventus still have more “strength in depth, but with a starting XI anything can happen.”

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