World Cup 2014
Lippi slams shut Lazio door
Marcello Lippi has made it clear that he will not consider joining Lazio. “I want a national side,” he noted.
Schelotto would thrive at Roma
Atalanta boss Stefano Colantuono believes that Ezequiel Schelotto would be a good signing for Roma.
No rush over Buffon contract – agent
Reports that Gigi Buffon will sign a new contract at Juventus until 2016 have surprised the goalkeeper’s agent.
Juve director has a dream
Juventus director general Giuseppe Marotta is hoping for Andrea Pirlo to make the difference in Saturday’s Scudetto clash with Milan.
Silvestre worthy of Italy shirt
Palermo defender Matias Silvestre deserves a place in the Italian national squad, says Catania director Pietro Lo Monaco.
Ranieri wins tame Inter backing
Inter President Massimo Moratti has raised some doubts about Claudio Ranieri’s long-term future at the club.
Ranocchia out with new injury
Inter’s Andrea Ranocchia has suffered another blow to his injury-hit season after picking up a fresh fitness problem in training.
Previews: Milan and Juve face off
Titans clash in Week 25 as Milan and Juventus play out a potential Scudetto-decider and Napoli entertain Inter.
Lippi on Lazio radar
Reports in Italy are suggesting that Lazio President Claudio Lotito has been in contact with World Cup winning boss Marcello Lippi.
Simeone cools Inter link
Atletico Madrid boss Diego Pablo Simeone says he’s too young to be considered as a possible Coach of Inter.
Plan B for Ibra-less Milan
Robinho has admitted that Milan will have to change their game plan against Juventus given the ineligibility of Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Totti ban favours Atalanta
Roma will take on Atalanta this weekend deprived of Francesco Totti – and the stats without him in the team are not good.
Chiellini: Milan not just Ibra
Milan are still a force to be respected despite the absence of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, says Juventus’ Giorgio Chiellini.
Reja – will he stay or go?
Edy Reja will hold crunch talks with Lazio on Friday in a meeting which will decide whether he remains as Coach in the capital.
What the papers say...
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Europa League progress delights Guidolin
Francesco Guidolin described Udinese’s 3-0 victory over PAOK as one of the best performances he has seen as Coach at the club.
Disappointing Lazio eliminated
Lazio fell to defeat in Spain to Atletico Madrid and have subsequently been eliminated from the Europa League at the Round of 32 stage.
Reja: Resignation not irrevocable
Edy Reja has opened the door to the possibility of remaining at Lazio, by suggesting that his resignation on Wednesday was not irrevocable.
Line-ups: Defence returns for Lazio
Edy Reja has named what could be his last starting line-up as Lazio Coach and is able to name a more convincing back-line.
Udinese stroll past PAOK
Francesco Guidolin’s Udinese comfortably dispatched PAOK to book a place in the next stage of the Europa League knockout stages.
Giordano would take Lazio helm
Former Lazio favourite Bruno Giordano has welcomed the idea of replacing Edy Reja as Coach of the Biancocelesti.
Strong Udinese line-up in Greece
Francesco Guidolin has named a strong Udinese side for the second leg Round of 32 clash with Greek side PAOK.
‘This is a good time for Lavezzi’
Ezequiel Lavezzi’s agent sees no reason why his client would consider leaving Napoli in the summer, but has still left the door open on a future transfer.
Inler explains return to form
Gokhan Inler has praised teammates Edinson Cavani and Ezequiel Lavezzi and explained the reason behind his own recent return to form.
Prandelli: Milan-Juve not decisive
Italy Coach Cesare Prandelli sees Milan’s clash with Juventus this weekend as fascinating and important, but not a game that will decide the League title.
No Juve for Ibra as appeal fails
Zlatan Ibrahimovic will not be available to face Juventus on Saturday after Milan lost an appeal against his three-match ban.
Maicon back in 20 days
There is some relatively good news for Inter after Douglas Maicon’s injury turned out to be less serious than first feared.
Lippi opts for Milan duo
Milan have more accomplished centre-backs than Juventus despite what the stats say this season, insists Marcello Lippi.
Mexes included in France squad
Milan defender Philippe Mexes has been named in the France squad for next week’s friendly against Germany.
Ramirez-Bologna split not certain
Bologna haven’t ruled out the possibility of keeping Uruguayan starlet Gaston Ramirez at the club over the summer.
Robinho’s 10-year Milan pledge
Robinho has committed his long-term future to Milan despite his mixed performances so far this season.
Ziegler ‘interest’ just rumours
The father of Juventus-owned defender Reto Ziegler has cooled the transfer speculation surrounding the left-back.
Corvino-Viola set for talks
Fiorentina will hold talks with sporting director Pantaleo Corvino about his future during the month of March.
Gilardino return on hold
Genoa striker Alberto Gilardino is unlikely to feature against former club Parma this weekend.
Borini thankful to Chelsea
Roma striker Fabio Borini remains thankful to Chelsea even though he failed to emerge at Stamford Bridge.
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