NEWS

Antonio Conte said it would be “stupid for Italy to set ourselves targets” at Euro 2016 and challenged players to “change my mind.”
Tuttosport claims Barcelona met with Juventus to discuss a possible bid for Paulo Dybala.
Gigi Del Neri is confident bottom of the table Verona “can hurt Milan” at San Siro. “There’s a taboo to be shattered.”
Bologna midfielder Amadou Diawara claims he was wrongfully red carded after reacting to racist abuse in Genoa.
Fiorentina President Mario Cognini insists “we are just as strong as Juventus” ahead of tonight’s clash in Turin.
Roma teammates Alessandro Florenzi and Radja Nainggolan are excited to face off at Euro 2016 when Italy take on Belgium.
Inter are running away, but who will chase them as today Napoli and Roma go head-to-head, then Fiorentina visit arch rivals Juventus?
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Roberto Mancini refused to call Inter Scudetto favourites after the 4-0 win over Udinese. “We’re not even halfway yet.”
Stefano Colantuono can’t believe Udinese lost 4-0 to Inter. “We did everything for them, including three assists.”
Stevan Jovetic believes in Inter’s Scudetto chances and felt “a weight off my shoulders” with his goal against Udinese.
Inter consolidated their place at the top of the table after making the most of Udinese howlers to win 4-0 with a Mauro Icardi brace and Marcelo Brozovic scorcher.
Mario Balotelli “can’t wait” for Euro 2016, but Italy Coach Antonio Conte assumes “he’ll be watching us on TV.”
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio is relatively pleased with Italy’s draw for Euro 2016. “We avoided Spain and Germany.”
Sassuolo’s game with Torino will have to be played in 2016 after it was called off due to fog today.
Sweden Coach Erik Hamren fears Italy’s experience at Euro 2016 and Belgium’s quality in Group E.
Belgium Coach Marc Wilmots said they are “favourites with Italy” to progress from “tough” Euro 2016 Group E.
Inter transform their line-up yet again and take on Antonio Di Natale’s Udinese this evening.
Republic of Ireland manager Martin O’Neill said “Italy should be in Pot 1. It couldn’t be tougher” against Belgium and Sweden.
Antonio Conte admits Italy “have to be careful” after drawing Belgium, Sweden and the Republic of Ireland in Euro 2016.
Leaders Inter surprisingly start Martin Montoya, Stevan Jovetic and Mauro Icardi in their trip to Udinese.
Palermo crushed Frosinone 4-1 for a much-needed victory to break away from the relegation zone.
Italy legend Tarcisio Burgnich believes they “won’t have big problems” at Euro 2016 against Belgium, Sweden and the Republic of Ireland.
Italy will face Belgium, Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s Sweden and the Republic of Ireland in their Euro 2016 Group of Death.
Sassuolo’s match with Torino has been called off due to fog at the Mapei Stadium.
Mario Mandzukic, Sami Khedira, Patrice Evra, Simone Zaza and Martin Caceres are back for Juventus against Fiorentina.
Join us in Paris for the Euro 2016 draw as we see who Italy will face in France next summer.
Napoli have a full squad to choose from against Roma, other than injured Manolo Gabbiadini.
Livorno stalled Cagliari, Brescia shocked Vicenza to surge into fifth place and Cesena crumbled at Pro Vercelli.
Andrea Bertolacci returns for Milan against Verona, but Mario Balotelli and Luca Antonelli miss out.
Sassuolo and Torino go head-to-head for European qualification with two teams packed with young Italian talent.
Bologna snatched a last-gasp victory at Marassi after Genoa wasted numerous chances and Diego Perotti saw red.
Nikola Kalinic assured Fiorentina “believe in the Scudetto” and can get past friend and rival Mario Mandzukic’s Juventus.
Gervinho and Mohamed Salah make the trip to Napoli, but Roma miss Francesco Totti and Vasilis Torosidis.
Gonzalo Higuain admits “my mentality has changed and I want to make history at Napoli. Roma cannot be underestimated.”

TODAY'S FRONT PAGES