NEWS

Italian media claim ex-Inter and Napoli Coach Walter Mazzarri is in line to take over at Manchester City.
Roberto Donadoni says Parma hang on to “a thread of hope” and advises his players to think of the future, not their wages.
Ciro Immobile admits he feels “bound to Torino,” and is confident the team can qualify for next year's Europa League.
Atalanta and Empoli both see today’s relegation dogfight as the turning point for their Serie A status.
There are reports Milan wanted to sack Pippo Inzaghi and players told the Coach he was “unworthy” of the job.
Maurizio Sarri believes Empoli can truly celebrate Serie A safety by getting a result with Atalanta today.
Edy Reja warns his revitalised Atalanta that the early kick-off with Empoli “is decisive” for their Serie A status.
Miralem Pjanic said Roma “need to wake up and not put up with certain attitudes” after losing to Inter.
Torino's Maxi Lopez claims the opportunity of beating Juventus is “unmissable,” while considering the Azzurri option.
Juventus could be crowned Champions of Italy today if they win the Turin Derby and Lazio lose to Chievo.
Juventus could take the Scudetto today against city rivals Torino, while Lazio host Chievo and Napoli go head to head with Sampdoria.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Walter Sabatini admitted Roma must “get accustomed to this new reality” of fighting for third place.
Rudi Garcia felt a draw was “more logical” at San Siro after Roma fell 2-1 late on to Inter.
Roberto Mancini praised his substitutes for “restoring verve” to Inter in the 2-1 victory over Roma.
Mauro Icardi said Inter beat Roma by following Roberto Mancini’s orders and his contract renewal is “close.”
Hernanes and Mauro Icardi poured more misery on Roma’s season with a 2-1 Inter victory at San Siro.
Udinese patron Giampaolo Pozzo hailed Watford, but confessed he’d let Antonio Di Natale go “if he asked.”
Milan have gone into a training retreat ahead of Wednesday’s Serie A game against Genoa.
Andrea Stramaccioni said Udinese “proved what we can do” by beating Milan in a 2-1 victory.
Pippo Inzaghi blasted Milan for their 2-1 defeat to Udinese. “I can only apologise to fans. I never expected this lack of desire.”
Mauro Icardi and Hernanes take on Francesco Totti and Gervinho in tonight’s intriguing Inter-Roma clash.
Udinese ended their crisis in style by dominating Milan 2-1 with goals from Giampiero Pinzi and Emmanuel Badu.
Salernitana have been promoted into Serie B for the first time since 2009-10.
Inter and Roma face off at San Siro in what is usually a very entertaining fixture between two teams who need a boost.
Lazio named their squad to face Chievo tomorrow, missing the likes of Lucas Biglia, Stefan de Vrij and Danilo Cataldi.
Udinese satellite club Watford have been promoted to the English Premier League.
Juventus have Carlos Tevez and Alvaro Morata for the Turin Derby, but Claudio Marchisio is suspended.
Milan assistant manager Mauro Tassotti explains why Giampaolo Pazzini replaces Mattia Destro against Udinese.
Vincenzo Montella is enthusiastic at the Europa League semi-finals, but Fiorentina “don’t like being sixth” in Serie A.
Frosinone force Carpi to postpone their promotion party, Vicenza keep on winning and Perugia claw back a Livorno point.
Milan revamp again with Giampaolo Pazzini, Suso and Jeremy Menez against Antonio Di Natale’s Udinese.
Stefano Pioli asks Lazio not to waste the opportunity against Chievo to break away in second place.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini claims “Roma, Napoli, Inter, Milan and Juventus” want Paulo Dybala.
Inter Vice-President Javier Zanetti looks ahead to Roma tonight and admits “we’re trying to get Yaya Touré.”

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