NEWS

Claudio Marchisio has reacted to links with Manchester United by pledging his future to Italian champions Juventus.
Milan director Barbara Berlusconi has praised boss Massimiliano Allegri, but underlined the importance of finishing in the top three.
Delio Rossi has praised Udinese and their boss Francesco Guidolin ahead of Sampdoria’s trip to the Stadio Friuli.
Parma can be satisfied with their season even if they have won just two of their last 15 League games, says Gabriel Paletta.
The representative of Marco Verratti has extinguished rumours that the player will leave Paris Saint-Germain for Real Madrid.
Fiorentina boss Vincenzo Montella expects former club Roma to test his side’s Champions League ambitions on Saturday.
Roma have issued a statement rejecting reports that they are in talks with Marquinhos over a new deal at the Stadio Olimpico.
Tactician Luciano Spalletti has again rubbished links with Milan by committing his future to present club Zenit St Petersburg.
Milan may be without Riccardo Montolivo for their next three games because of injury, Sky Sport Italia are speculating.
Mattheus Oliveira – the son of 1994 World Cup star Bebeto – will join Juventus, his representative has confirmed.
Luka Modric is reportedly on the transfer radar of Serie A giants Inter, two of Italy’s leading sports newspapers claim.
Milan’s Giampaolo Pazzini has underlined the quality of Italy and Torino centre-back Angelo Ogbonna.
Cristian Zapata is hoping this weekend will be kind to Milan’s ambitions of qualifying for the Champions League.
Parma striker Amauri would consider a summer move to Lazio if their reported interest turns into reality, says his representative.
The agent of Marco Amelia doesn’t expect to be negotiating a transfer from Milan to Roma for his client this summer.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Chelsea saw off Basel 3-1 and Benfica pushed past Fenerbahce with the same result to set up the Europa League Final in Amsterdam.
Zibi Boniek warned Roma should not sell Pablo Daniel Osvaldo, “even if he is a bit mad in the head.”
Gigi Buffon insists Juventus will confirm themselves champions of Italy in an “unequivocal” manner.
Inter President Massimo Moratti has been fined €20,000 after accusing referees of purposefully damaging his team.
The Inter injury curse seems to be working at a distance, as new signing Ruben Botta was ruled out for six months.
Andrea Pirlo is already looking ahead to the Juventus “Champions League dream” next season and confirms he’ll quit Italy after the 2014 World Cup.
Juventus have the Scudetto party ready, but Palermo Coach Giuseppe Sannino warns “we’re not sacrificial lambs to the slaughter.”
Adem Ljajic praised Vincenzo Montella, believes Fiorentina can beat Milan to third place and puts the Delio Rossi saga behind him.
Napoli and Tottenham now face competition from Olympique Marseille for Brazilian star Leandro Damiao.
Mixed news for Milan, as Christian Abbiati returned to training, but Riccardo Montolivo picked up an injury.
Lazio and Bologna are waiting to pounce should striker Franco Di Santo opt to leave Wigan Athletic.
AIK goalkeeper Ivan Turina has been found dead in his apartment just a few months after playing against Napoli in the Europa League.
There are strong reports that Napoli have agreed a preliminary deal for Cagliari duo Radja Nainggolan and Davide Astori.
After reports Clarence Seedorf would replace Max Allegri on the Milan bench, former player Mark Van Bommel is now the hot favourite.
Striker Luis Muriel believes another season at Udinese would be beneficial to his development.
Chievo Verona striker Alberto Paloschi admits he’s desperate to put an end to his current goal drought.
Antonio Di Natale expects Udinese strike partner Luis Muriel to have a very big future.
Inter legend Beppe Bergomi has welcomed Nerazzurri links with the Barcelona trio of Martin Montoya, Alexis Sanchez and Marc Bartra.
Inter captain Javier Zanetti says he’s already on the road to recovery after leaving hospital following surgery.

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