NEWS

Today's front-page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Boca Juniors vice-President Oscar Moscariello confirms President Daniel Angelici is ‘waiting to meet’ Carlos Tevez in Chile.
Italy defender Leonardo Bonucci says they ‘wasted time on tests and analysis’ under Cesare Prandelli.
Boca Juniors secretary general Cesar Martucci confirms ‘we have spoken with Juventus’ about Carlos Tevez.
Italy CT Antonio Conte announces his team for tomorrow’s friendly with Portugal, and will stick with a 4-3-3 formation.
Antonio Conte says his Italy side will do their utmost to beat Portugal, even though it’s a friendly - “I hate the word ‘defeat’”.
Italy CT Antonio Conte insists ‘I never considered the idea of leaving’ but admits he’s had ‘difficult moments’.
Boca Juniors President Daniel Angelici has flown to Chile to meet Juventus forward Carlos Tevez, but it’s not clear if he’ll be allowed to.
Daniele Rugani’s agent reiterates that Juventus will not consider offers for his client - ‘the Coach wants to see him in action’.
Thiago Motta’s agent admits Inter are interested in the Paris Saint-Germain midfielder, but they’re ‘not the only club’.
Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici is reportedly travelling to Monaco, with Anthony Martial and Fabinho on the agenda.
Domenico Berardi’s agent says his client will either go to Juventus to play, or remain at Sassuolo, ruling out a loan deal.
It’s reported that Scottish champions Celtic have offered €1m for Cesena striker Milan Djuric, but the clubs are some way apart.
Marc Barta’s agent insists his client is happy at Barcelona, but reveals €12m would be enough to sign him, with Inter interested.
Marco Giampaolo will replace Maurizio Sarri on the Empoli bench for next season, the club has confirmed.
Rudi Garcia is meeting with Roma President James Pallotta, but the patron assures his job is safe - ‘Rudi is our Coach’.
Juventus, Roma and Lazio now know the date of any potential San Siro Champions League final, with May 28 the official date.
Reports in Spain claim that Jackson Martinez’s move to Milan from Porto is a done deal.
Fredy Guarin’s agent plays down talk of a Fenerbahce move - ‘he’s extremely happy at Inter’.
Real Madrid’s youth team Coach Zinedine Zidane admits the club is interested in Juventus’ Paul Pogba - ‘he has everything’.
Jackson Martinez’s agent admits this is a ‘crucial week’ for his client’s move to Milan, which could be completed ‘in a few days’.
Daniele Rugani will stay at Juventus, according to his agent - ‘they won’t consider any offers’.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic and his agent, Mino Raiola, are in Qatar to meet Paris Saint-Germain’s owners, potentially to engineer a Milan move.
Barcelona sporting director Ariedo Braida says there’s a ‘real possibility’ Martin Montoya could leave, with Inter interested.
Roma general manager Mauro Baldissoni reflects on ‘good memories’ of Stadio Olimpico, but looks forward to a new stadium.
The deadline to buy Parma has been extended to allow more time for two interested groups to seal a deal.
Giannelli Imbula’s agent has again distanced himself from negative comments about Inter, saying the Nerazzurri would be ‘a dream’.
Francesco Totti says Roma’s planned Stadio della Roma will be a ‘modern day Colosseum’ as messages of support for the project flood in from across the football world.
Roma President James Pallotta called it a ‘historic milestone’ as the master site dossier for the new Stadio della Roma was submitted.
Reports in England suggest that Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal is ready to launch a €40m assault for Lazio winger Felipe Anderson.
Reports say that Sampdoria are considering a loan move for unsettled Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli, while Eder is linked to Roma.
Inter could reportedly move for Chelsea’s Mohamed Salah if their Juan Cuadrado approach is rejected, while Paris Saint-Germain set their price for Thiago Motta.
Milan target Zlatan Ibrahimovic will reportedly meet with the Paris Saint-Germain owners today to discuss his future at the club.
Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri has targeted a fifth consecutive Scudetto as his main objective for next season.
Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri values Spanish striker Alvaro Morata highly and has revealed his appreciation of Chelsea’s Oscar.

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