Andrea Barzagli acknowledges Juventus have a tough time ahead of them against Milan and Europa opponents Fiorentina.
Inter have appointed new Chief Financial Officer Michael Williamson, who already works for Erick Thohir at D.C. United.
Cesare Prandelli is expected to name Ciro Immobile and Gabriel Paletta in his Italy squad to face Spain.
Latina pummelled Padova 3-0 in the Friday evening Serie B game to temporarily go into joint third place.
Tonight Roma and Inter face off in a huge game, followed by Milan-Juventus and Fiorentina-Lazio tomorrow.
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Daniele De Rossi has spoken of his relationship with the Italian national team, admitting that before he was a player, he only followed Roma.
Inter forward Ruben Botta has conceded that his men will have to be at their best if they’re to come away from Roma with three points.
Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini may not be fit enough to face Milan on Sunday evening, according to reports.
UEFA have confirmed that 76 clubs will be ordered to submit information about their finances ahead of new Financial Fair Play rules.
Antoine Griezmann is being chased by four of Europe’s leading clubs, including Juventus, if reports are to be believed.
Fiorentina ultras will not be present for the first 10 minutes of their game against Lazio, it has been claimed.
Porto striker Jackson Martinez has conceded that his men will be in for a tough encounter when they play Napoli in the Europa League.
Reports in the British Press claim that Napoli could well be targeting a move for Manchester City defender Aleksandar Kolarov.
Diego Costa has revealed his delight at being called up for the Spanish national team as they prepare to face Italy next week.
Chievo Coach Eugenio Corini has claimed that his side will ‘battle until the end of the season’ to stay in Serie A.
Rolando Bianchi has weighed in on the issue of who will win the title, claiming that Roma are actually better than Juventus.
Swansea midfielder Jonathan De Guzman has claimed that his men could have beaten Napoli, if only they’d taken their chances.
Rudi Garcia has named his 21-man Roma squad for the game against Inter on Saturday.
Lazio’s Antonio Candreva admits his side have experienced more lows than highs this season.
The agent of Napoli attacking midfielder Lorenzo Insigne says his client has shown real character to overcome criticism from earlier in the season.
Torino forward Ciro Immobile says it would be a dream come true to represent his country at this summer’s World Cup.
CalcioNews24 have described Mario Balotelli as a ‘serious doubt’ to be fit for Milan’s match with Juventus on Sunday.
Napoli midfielder Dries Mertens says his team have not yet given up hope of finishing second in the Serie A table.
Milan defender Adil Rami says his side do not fear Juventus ahead of the Serie A meeting between the sides.
Arturo Vidal insists that Juventus are going out all guns blazing to win a Serie A and Europa League double this season.
Genoa’s injured midfielder Juraj Kucka has called on his side to remain professional between now and the end of the season.
Inter Coach Walter Mazzarri admits he still doesn’t know whether attacking midfielder Hernanes will be fit to feature against Roma.
Roma Coach Rudi Garcia says his side’s fans must learn to abide by the rules if they wish to avoid playing behind closed Curve in the future.
Milan attacking midfielder Adel Taarabt says he never doubted his ability even while struggling at Championship side QPR.
Marcello Lippi has performed a surprise U-turn and signed a new contract to stay at Chinese outfit Guangzhou Evergrande.
Vicente del Bosque believes Italy will be Spain’s final great test before the World Cup, as he explains Fernando Llorente’s omission.
Brendan Rodgers has made clear that he does not think Pepe Reina will return to Liverpool next summer after his spell at Napoli.
FIGC President Giancarlo Abete is reportedly now reluctant to sign Cesare Prandelli to the length of contract he is apparently after.
Riccardo Montolivo says that whilst he is grateful to Max Allegri, Milan ‘needed a jolt’, and that replacement Clarence Seedorf will ‘become great’.