NEWS

Eight players have been banned for the Week 21 games following the latest round of action from Serie A.
With Week 20 now consigned to the past, Dave Taylor picks his best XI from the latest round of action.
Giancarlo Abete has been re-elected as the President of the FIGC – the Italian Football Federation.
Italian giants Milan will not make any signings this month unless the club opt to sell one of their players first.
Roma CEO Claudio Fenucci has underlined that Daniele De Rossi is still a key player at the club – despite his failure to command a regular first team shirt.
Ciro Immobile says he feels ready to play for Juventus, but he’s been told that he is staying at Genoa.
Marcelo Larrondo is reportedly just hours away from completing his transfer from Siena to Tuscan rivals Fiorentina.
Inter chief Massimo Moratti is hoping that Wesley Sneijder will give Galatasaray a transfer answer within the next 24 hours.
Serie A side Udinese are ready to release promising youngster Diego Fabbrini – but only on a loan deal.
Parma President Tommaso Ghirardi is confident that he won’t need to replace Roberto Donadoni in the summer.
Beppe Marotta has told Juventus fans to forget about any major signings before the end of this month.
Fiorentina have become the latest club to show an interest in Genoa-owned goalkeeper Mattia Perin.
Giuseppe Biava has looked to cool the enthusiasm surrounding his Lazio side after they cut Juventus’ lead at the top of the table to just three points.
Cristian Zapata believes he has the ability to become an untouchable figure in the heart of the Milan defence.
Leonardo Bonucci has failed to blame the absence of Giorgio Chiellini for Juventus’ stuttering start to 2013.
Riccardo Montolivo is still targeting a third-place finish with Milan despite being held at Sampdoria on Sunday.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Delio Rossi is “convinced this Sampdoria side can stay in Serie A” after holding Milan to a 0-0 draw.
Massimiliano Allegri insists Milan “did not throw away points” in their Sampdoria stalemate.
Sampdoria and Milan both had good chances, but were unable to break the deadlock at Marassi.
There are reports Edy Reja and Pasquale Marino are in the frame should Palermo sack Gian Piero Gasperini.
Italy Coach Cesare Prandelli asked Mario Balotelli not to be “a superhero,” told Antonio Cassano to wait and Serie A to have faith in Juventus and Zdenek Zeman.
Milan assistant manager Mauro Tassotti confirmed interest in Newcastle’s Davide Santon. “It would be good for Italian football to have him back.”
Francesco Guidolin will take the incidents going Udinese's way, while Vincenzo Montella misses David Pizarro.
Walter Mazzarri thought Napoli were on vacation at the start, but Gian Piero Gasperini doesn't think he'll be sacked.
Vladimir Petkovic and Stefano Colantuono had differing interpretations of a crucial handball.
Rolando Maran was impressed with Catania's efforts, but Zdenek Zeman wanted more belief.
Assistant manager Diego Lopez was pleased with Cagliari's reaction, but Gigi Del Neri was furious.
Giampiero Ventura is proud of a decimated Torino, but Beppe Iachini rues a missed penalty.
Sampdoria and their starlet Mauro Icardi hope to cause another upset when Milan’s young trident comes to Marassi.
Galatasaray manager Fatih Terim has told Wesley Sneijder he “must see us as a first choice” after the Inter star stalled on a decision.
Roma director Franco Baldini stands by Zdenek Zeman and insists the meeting with Pep Guardiola was “just a friendly chat.”
Vincenzo Montella admits he was “a little angry” with Udinese Coach Francesco Guidolin after their 3-1 defeat.
Walter Mazzarri was glad that Napoli “woke up” after a poor start to crush Palermo and hopes the appeal can cut the five-point gap from Juventus.
Vladimir Petkovic admits Lazio did not play their best football, but defends the decision to award Sergio Floccari’s goal.

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