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Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Maurizio Sarri praised Empoli for “not losing our heads” against Cagliari, but denied an approach from Milan.
Zdenek Zeman said Cagliari proved “we can play like this,” even if they fumbled the lead to draw with Empoli.
Cagliari were caught for a 1-1 draw by Empoli deep into stoppages on Zdenek Zeman’s comeback.
Andrea Barzagli felt “good sensations” in his first Serie A start since mid-May as Juventus won 1-0 in Palermo.
Beppe Iachini said Palermo were too respectful of Juventus in their 1-0 home defeat. “Individuals make the difference.”
Alvaro Morata feels he “could’ve scored a lot more goals” after securing a Juventus victory in Palermo.
Max Allegri complimented Juventus for their “maturity” in beating Palermo 1-0 and hinted at his Borussia Dortmund tactics.
A moment of Alvaro Morata magic gave Juventus the 1-0 victory in Palermo, ending the Rosanero’s five-month unbeaten home run.
Cagliari and Empoli go head-to-head in a relegation dogfight as Zdenek Zeman brings back his wild style of football.
Nemanja Vidic’s agent blasted the Italian media and Inter Coach Roberto Mancini for “shameful” treatment.
Domenico Di Carlo assures Cesena are “fired up” to shock Inter at San Siro tomorrow evening.
Inter named their squad to take on Cesena tomorrow evening, but Juan Jesus misses out.
A huge Serie B round of upsets, as Pescara beat leaders Carpi, Trapani won on Serse Cosmi’s debut and Frosinone-Entella was a 3-3 thriller.
Juventus make several changes for the tricky trip to Palermo, where they face Paulo Dybala and Franco Vazquez.
Napoli bring back Lorenzo Insigne, but have to call up a youth team player to plug holes in defence against Verona.
Maurizio Zamparini claims there is “already a €40m offer in my hand” for Palermo's Paulo Dybala, but is it Juventus or Manchester United?
Leaders Juventus visit Paulo Dybala’s giant-killers Palermo, so will there be another scalp in Sicily?
Edy Reja told Atalanta they must be “ready for battle” against Udinese on Sunday afternoon.
Marcello Lippi shrugged off reports he’ll become technical director at Milan, insisting he’s after “an ambitious national team.”
Torino are expected to be without Giuseppe Vives for two weeks after he sustained a thigh injury.
Roberto Mancini maintains third place “is not impossible” for Inter, who face Cesena after their Wolfsburg defeat.
Roberto Mancini insists Yaya Touré “is like a son to me” and confirmed Inter “are interested” in the Manchester City star.
Beppe Marotta reveals Juventus were “very close” to Marco Verratti before PSG pounced, but they “won’t open talks” for Paul Pogba.
Rafa Benitez welcomes Lorenzo Insigne back for Napoli’s trip to Verona and expects a “fiery atmosphere.”
Empoli President Fabrizio Corsi advised Coach Maurizio Sarri against joining Milan. “He won’t find this elsewhere.”
Stefano Mauri claims this is “the best Lazio team I’ve played in” as they target Champions League qualification.
Sampdoria midfielder Afriyie Acquah says Yaya Touré told him “you will be my heir at Manchester City.”
Milan midfielder Sulley Muntari and his old teammate Kevin-Prince Boateng are reportedly in talks with Los Angeles FC.
Marco Verratti is a star for PSG and wanted by Europe’s top clubs, but can’t get a game for Italy. “I can play Andrea Pirlo’s role.”
Milan are setting their sights on Empoli Coach Maurizio Sarri for next season and asked his club for availability.
Manchester City are reported to be preparing an offer for PSG and Italy midfielder Marco Verratti.
Maurizio Sarri warned Empoli that “Cagliari will throw everything at us,” especially with Zdenek Zeman returning.
Inter defender Juan Jesus received “proposals,” said his agent, but is happy to remain with the Nerazzurri.
Giuseppe Rossi discussed his career, the many injury setbacks, beating Juventus and the future with Fiorentina.

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