NEWS

Former Inter President Massimo Moratti warns “it takes time” to negotiate investment, as a deal with Chinese investors stalls.
Despite his protestations, it’s reported Silvio Berlusconi is still in negotiations to sell Milan to Chinese investors.
Stephan Lichtsteiner assures “there’s no need for alarm” despite Juventus’ defeat to Verona.
With Napoli regaining second place from Roma it seems it will go down to the ultimate game to decide the second Champions League position as Dave Taylor selects his best XI from Week 37
Italian Federation President Carlo Tavecchio touts Leicester City Coach Claudio Ranieri for the World Cup: 'It would be the highest achievement'.
Veteran Hasan Salihamidzic tells Roma's Miralem Pjanic to open up to Juventus, whilst discussing Edin Dzeko.
Fabio Cannavaro claims 'Cholismo' is just defensive football, whilst discussing Napoli's campaign.
Goalkeeper Pepe Reina calls for 'a full stadium' as Napoli prepare to 'make their dream come true'.
Genoa are looking to Crotone Coach Ivan Juric should Gian Piero Gasperini head off to Atalanta or Cagliari.
Former UEFA President Michel Platini's ban from all football is upheld, although reduced from six to four years.
Bologna are trying to sign Roma sporting director Walter Sabatini, and this could affect striker Mattia Destro directly.
Juventus are looking to pick up Riccardo Montolivo and Mattia De Sciglio from Milan, say reports.
Juventus are planning to use Miralem Pjanic's buy-out clause to steal him from Roma, say reports.
Juventus are after Borussia Moenchengladbach's Mahmoud Dahoud, but will have to beat Liverpool and Borussia Dortmund.
President Erick Thohir says there is 'no signature yet' for a new deal to refinance Inter.
Inter Coach Roberto Mancini claims Roma captain Francesco Totti deserves a renewal: 'He must remain the club's symbol'.
Vincenzo Montella looks increasingly likely to leave Sampdoria and take up the Italy bench, kicking off a domino of Coaches.
Inter have a €35m offer from West Ham United for Mauro Icardi, but won't negotiate for less than €40m, say reports.
Roberto Mancini wants to keep five core players and sign Yaya Toure, but the latter costs too much for Inter.
President James Pallotta confirmed that Roma will not sell Miralem Pjanic and Radja Nainggolan.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
On the day of his retirement, Luca Toni reveals why he’ll never be a Coach and “almost came to blows” with Louis van Gaal.
Gigi Del Neri is glad Verona bowed out by beating champions Juventus on Luca Toni’s swansong.
Maurizio Sarri told Napoli “even if we have a one per cent chance of not making it, we can’t fall on that one per cent.”
Torino Coach Giampiero Ventura criticised his team for “being spectators to the Napoli show” in the first half.
Max Allegri was angry with Juventus after their defeat to Verona, ending a six-month unbeaten run. “Enough celebrating.”
It’s reported Pablo Zabaleta will join Inter for €1.9m, but Manchester City have to pay a year of his wages.
Luca Toni couldn’t describe his feelings after a “magical night” as he retired with a Panenka penalty and win over Juventus.
Luca Toni retired by scoring a cheeky Panenka penalty as Verona stunned Scudetto-winners Juventus 2-1.
Gonzalo Higuain’s 33rd goal of the Serie A season helped Napoli to a hard-fought 2-1 victory away to Torino.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic dropped a big hint he’ll return to Milan. “It’s the biggest club I ever played for and I never wanted to leave.”
Beppe Marotta said Juventus will “invest in Italy,” but leaves the door open for Edinson Cavani if Alvaro Morata leaves.
President Erick Thohir warned Inter have to respect FFP parameters but “if players are staying, make sure they understand what it means to play for Inter.”
West Ham United, Southampton and Chelsea are all reportedly after Simone Zaza, as Juventus buy time.
Luca Toni confessed “the week has been full of emotion” leading into the final match of his Serie A career.