NEWS

Lazio have Stefan De Vrij, Lucas Biglia and new buy Mauricio ready for tonight’s game against Milan.
Samuel Eto’o has arrived in Rome for his medical to complete a transfer to Sampdoria.
Andrea Ranocchia has recovered, but Hugo Campagnaro is out of Inter’s game with Torino.
Rudi Garcia admits Roma’s many draws are “a problem” going to Fiorentina and went back over the refereeing issue.
Roberto Mancini warned Inter must “change gear quickly” to progress in Serie A and Europe, starting against Torino.
Roberto Mancini hopes Daniel Osvaldo “can find the best solution” and Yaya Touré is “one of the best in the world.”
Antonio Conte asks Italian football to “put ego aside” for the Nazionale and defends his call for get-togethers.
Antonio Cassano’s wife confirmed via Twitter that the player has taken legal action over unpaid Parma wages.
Alberto Gilardino underwent his medical with Fiorentina this morning. “I am very happy to be here.”
Max Allegri warned Juventus not to underestimate Chievo and glossed over the meeting with Antonio Conte.
There are reports Ravel Morrison has agreed a free transfer to Lazio in July after his contract with West Ham expires.
Antonio Conte feels Juventus would benefit from selling Paul Pogba and backs Sebastian Giovinco’s move to Toronto FC.
Dries Mertens assured he has “really no reason” to leave Napoli and understands Rafa Benitez’s squad rotation.
Roma have a deal with Chelsea for Mohamed Salah, but hold off in case they get Luiz Adriano from Shakhtar Donestk instead.
Italy Coach Antonio Conte admits it “still hurts” to see his old side Juventus, as they “achieved miracles” together.
There are reports Inter and Southampton-owned Daniel Osvaldo are attempting to sue each other for damages.
Samuel Eto’o is quoted as telling Italian papers he wants to get Sampdoria “into the Champions League.”
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi admits Stefano Sturaro “could join Juventus soon” by cutting his loan short.
La Gazzetta dello Sport claims Yaya Touré is ready to leave Manchester City for Roberto Mancini’s Inter in July.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero revealed Samuel Eto’o will be presented ahead of Sunday’s game with Palermo.
Catania got back on track in some style, crushing Pro Vercelli 4-0 with new signing Riccardo Maniero on target.
The second half of the season starts today with Cagliari-Sassuolo and Lazio-Milan, then Roma visit Fiorentina and Napoli host Genoa.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Cagliari Coach Gianfranco Zola speaks about the 'stability' of a lone-striker formation and his 'football philosophy'.
Sebastian Giovinco's agent says there is only gratitude felt towards Juventus for developing him into the player that is joining Toronto FC.
Aurelio De Laurentiis doesn't care for Napoli's place in the table so long as they make Europe, as he wants to compete with the continent’s best.
Sassuolo Coach Eusebio Di Francesco ‘doesn't read’ transfer rumours about Simone Zaza and is only thinking about the game against Cagliari.
Antonio Conte hopes Simone Zaza can maintain playing time wherever he ends up, whilst the Italy boss describes leaving Juventus with ‘a heavy heart’.
Napoli's Aurelio De Laurentiis rejects talk of selling Gonzalo Higuain, muses on a possible return for Ezequiel Lavezzi and maintains faith in Rafa Benitez.
Reports suggest that Roma have found a deal with Chelsea for Mohamed Salah, on a loan basis with an option to buy for €17m.
Roma midfielder Miralem Pjanic admits that his team is ‘less brilliant’ than usual, and says he ‘understands’ the supporters’ unrest.
Daniele De Rossi admits he would like to finish his career in MLS, and affirms confidence in Roma’s direction under Rudi Garcia.
Parma have issued an official statement denying that striker Antonio Cassano is taking legal action against them.
Reports suggest that Fiorentina's signing of Guangzhou Evergrande striker Alberto Gilardino is virtually a done deal, on an initial loan basis.
Agent Mino Raiola ‘confirms’ his candidacy for the FIFA Presidency by slamming the ‘Freemasons’ of the institution and ‘power junkie’ Sepp Blatter.

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