Simone Inzaghi believes Lazio are ready to face highly-motivated Carpi, though “we couldn’t have picked a worse fixture.”
Gigi Del Neri denies he had “a tense rapport” with Luca Toni as the Verona veteran calls it quits against Juventus.
Giampiero Ventura has Ciro Immobile back in the side as Torino host his hometown club Napoli.
Gian Piero Gasperini knows what it means for Genoa to win the derby. “It’s important to end the season in front of Sampdoria.”
There are reports Roberto Mancini could walk away from Inter after a tepid response to questions on his future.
Roma host Chievo in the early kick-off, then it’s the Genoa Derby, Fiorentina-Palermo, Verona-Juventus and Torino-Napoli.
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Claudio Ranieri will donate his Bearzot Prize money to ALS research, revealed Stefano Borgonovo’s daughter.
Roberto Donadoni blasted “naïve” Amadou Diawara for two bookings within 12 minutes, but is “pained to see Milan like this.”
Cristian Brocchi concedes it wasn’t an impressive Milan performance in Bologna, “but the important thing was to get three points.”
Carlos Bacca trusts Milan’s “intelligent” victory over 10-man Bologna will “boost our confidence.”
Carlos Bacca’s penalty proved enough for an uninspired Milan to beat 10-man Bologna, as Amadou Diawara saw red after just 12 minutes.
Stevan Jovetic warned Inter he “would not accept being treated like this next season. I came here to play, not to sit on the bench.”
Vincent Kompany, whose Belgium are in the same group as Italy, announced he is out of Euro 2016.
Marco Giampaolo thought Empoli defeat to Inter was “undeserved,” but isn’t expecting a big club to call him.
Alessio Cerci will undergo surgery to resolve a right knee cartilage issue on May 10, confirmed Genoa.
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani confessed a Zlatan Ibrahimovic offer will depend on Europa League qualification.
Roberto Mancini insists Inter “had a good season and it was our best campaign in five years” after beating Empoli 2-1.
Samir Handanovic criticised his Inter teammates after a 2-1 win over Empoli and reiterated he could walk away this summer.
Milan only have Mario Balotelli on the bench, so Luiz Adriano partners Carlos Bacca in the tricky trip to Bologna.
Inter scraped a 2-1 victory over Empoli at San Siro, but lost Mauro Icardi to a thigh strain.
Milan midfielder Jose Mauri wants to “repay President Silvio Berlusconi for his faith” in the team.
Fiorentina patron Andrea Della Valle had “a good chat” with Coach Paulo Sousa and assured “we never lost harmony.”
Claudio Ranieri is reportedly eyeing Torino captain Kamil Glik to reinforce Leicester City next season.
Juventus and Verona named their squads for tomorrow evening’s game at the Bentegodi.
Felipe Melo joked he’ll only leave San Siro if “someone offers €50m to Inter and €50m to me.”
There are reports Mario Balotelli isn’t fit to start tonight for Milan against Bologna, so Luiz Adriano partners Carlos Bacca.
Join us for all the build-up and action to today’s two Serie A games, Inter v Empoli and Milan’s crunch trip to Bologna.
Trapani were pegged back and Novara climbed, Cesena stalled with Ternana and Livorno can’t get out of the bottom two.
Inter pick Stevan Jovetic, Marcelo Brozovic and Ivan Perisic behind Mauro Icardi, while Empoli rely on Riccardo Saponara and Massimo Maccarone.
Rolando Maran is confident Chievo can spoil the party for Roma tomorrow. “We don’t care what objectives they have.”
Vincenzo Montella promised Sampdoria will prepare for the derby with Genoa “like a Cup Final.”
Eusebio Di Francesco told Sassuolo tomorrow’s trip to Frosinone is “our most important game of the year.”
Matteo Darmian was stretchered off for Manchester United today, so it remains to be seen if he too will miss Euro 2016.
Roma boss Luciano Spalletti hailed Kevin Strootman, Francesco Totti, Alessandro Florenzi and Edin Dzeko.