NEWS

Manchester City have responded to Inter's advances for Yaya Touré by asking for a Mauro Icardi deal in exchange, according to reports.
Inter may step in for Mattia Destro should Milan return him to Roma, according to reports.
Napoli boast a fully fit squad as they face Lazio in the Coppa Italia return leg.
Former Napoli defender Andrea Dossena was apparently arrested in London under suspicion of shoplifting, but his agent offers clarification.
Palermo target Jonathan Calleri is linked to Valencia and Monaco, with his price is revealed to be €6m.
Manchester City are set to offer Samir Nasri, Edin Dzeko and cash for Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba.
Manchester City are reportedly considering a swoop for Coach Rafa Benitez, who is expected to depart the Napoli bench this summer.
Roma sporting director Walter Sabatini had a one-on-one meeting with striker Juan Iturbe, according to reports, and confirmed the club's trust.
Palermo star Paulo Dybala has admitted big-club interest in him is 'hard to take in', whilst reflecting on his meteoric rise to fame.
Paulo Dybala has said he wants to play in the Champions League and for Argentina's national team, whilst playing down transfer rumours.
Juventus striker Alessandro Matri believes it was 'not disrespectful' of him to celebrate his goal against Fiorentina, and speaks of his newfound confidence.
Massimo Moratti denies rumours that he is planning to buy back Inter, saying there is 'no possibility' that he will reclaim the club.
Bee Taechaubol is reported to be landing in Milan today for a meeting with local President Silvio Berlusconi, with a view to discussing the club's sale.
Andrea Della Valle has said that Fiorentina have a 'more important Cup' to play for than the Coppa Italia as he sets his eyes on the Europa League Final.
Fiorentina co-owner Andrea Della Valle believes his team 'have problems in crucial games', but does not blame the players for defeat to Juventus.
Former Inter President Massimo Moratti is reportedly considering leading a shock move to buy back the club, but he denies the story.
Today's front page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Giorgio Chiellini confessed Juventus beating Fiorentina 3-0 for the Coppa Italia Final “exceeded our rosiest expectations.”
Gonzalo Rodriguez concedes Fiorentina “got the first half wrong” in their 3-0 Coppa Italia defeat to Juventus.
Max Allegri replied to Juventus doubters and joked about a Treble push after flattening Fiorentina 3-0 to reach the Coppa Italia Final.
Vincenzo Montella said Fiorentina must admit “Juventus were stronger” after a 3-0 Coppa Italia semi-final defeat.
Roberto Pereyra said Juventus showed their strength in a 3-0 hammering of Fiorentina to reach the Coppa Italia Final.
Juventus pulverised Fiorentina 3-0 to overturn a first leg defeat and reach the Coppa Italia Final 4-2 on aggregate, but Alvaro Morata saw red.
Roma President James Pallotta called the mother of murdered Napoli fan Ciro Esposito to apologise for offensive banners.
Alessio Cerci claims breaking his Milan duck has given him confidence and they’ll “give our heart and soul for European qualification.”
Jose Maria Basanta told Fiorentina to “forget the first leg” for tonight’s Coppa Italia semi-final with Juventus.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta believes Alessandro Matri “can play an important role” against Fiorentina tonight.
Roberto Donadoni said Parma’s future hangs in the balance and called for fan support ahead of tomorrow’s rescheduled Udinese game.
Juventus look to Alvaro Morata against Mohamed Salah’s Fiorentina in the Coppa Italia semi-final tonight.
Juventus try to overturn a 2-1 first leg home defeat against Fiorentina in tonight’s Coppa Italia semi-final.
Over a thousand Lazio fans gave players a send-off at the train station ahead of their Coppa Italia semi-final with Napoli.
Palermo will be without captain Edgar Barreto for three weeks after the Paraguay international suffered a thigh strain.
Cagliari’s Serie A match against Parma has been moved from Sunday May 3 to the evening of Monday May 4.
Mario Gomez admits it is “a definite possibility” he will see out the rest of his playing career at Fiorentina.
Roma President James Pallotta protested at the Curva Sud closure over offensive banners. “Everyone shouldn’t pay for a few idiots.”

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