NEWS

Roma's new stadium may require a short-term investment of more than €500m, according to reports.
Brazilian-born Eder slams controversy on whether to call up oriundi for the Italian national team as 'nonsense,' while playing for Italy is his 'pride'.
Striker Alvaro Morata says he is 'so happy' at Juventus that he 'can't even think' of returning to Real Madrid.
Coach Rafa Benitez admits Napoli don't have the 'economic resources' of Juventus and Roma, but says they can still reach 'important results'.
Coach Rafa Benitez highlights Napoli's achievements so far this season, whilst discussing Europa League rivals Wolfsburg.
Juventus director general Beppe Marotta believes Milan and Inter's crisis harms all of Italian football, whilst he compares Antonio Conte and Max Allegri.
Ajax's Niklas Moisander has signed a three-year contract with Sampdoria, as confirmed by the club, and will join them next season.
Director general Beppe Marotta says he is aiming to raise Juventus' level of quality, whilst discussing Paul Pogba's potential transfer.
Marcello Lippi discusses his former team Juventus and its transition from Antonio Conte to Max Allegri, who he compares to himself.
Former Italy Coach Marcello Lippi explains his relationship with current CT Antonio Conte, and reiterates that training camps are 'not essential'.
Marcello Lippi says calling oriundi players is the 'right thing to do' if they are 'good', whilst discussing Marco Verratti and Mirko Valdifiori.
Today's front page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Raheem Sterling will pull out of England’s friendly against Italy, as it’s reported Harry Kane will partner Wayne Rooney.
Joaquin said he has “no reason to leave Fiorentina” as they target a Champions League spot.
Genoa goalkeeper Eugenio Lamanna revealed the secrets behind his incredible penalty-saving record.
Pedro Obiang believes Sampdoria are the Italian version of Atletico Madrid and Sinisa Mihajlovic their Diego Simeone.
Roma target Luiz Adriano admits it will be “difficult to stay in Ukraine” beyond December 2015.
There are reports Napoli offered Diego Simeone a contract before he signed a renewal with Atletico Madrid.
Milan ultras warn they will continue their protests unless there’s a meeting with Silvio or Barbara Berlusconi.
It’s reported Manchester City are in negotiations with Real Madrid Coach Carlo Ancelotti.
Nemanja Vidic’s agent said he “should” stay at Inter next season and specifically requested a move there.
Stadio della Roma CEO Mark Pannes assured they are on schedule and “will break ground in 2015.”
Referee Nicola Rizzoli said Napoli’s vocal criticism of the official against Atalanta was “disrespectful.”
Italian media continue to claim Arsenal are meeting Palermo for Paulo Dybala, but he only wants Juventus.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito said selling Hernanes to Inter was “a masterstroke” and slammed the old transfer costs.
Inter are in talks with Olympique Marseille and Ghana striker Andre Ayew, also linked to Roma and Napoli.
Juventus transfer target Radamel Falcao hinted he could quit Manchester United for “a place where I can play.”
Suso’s agent denies the ex-Liverpool winger “regrets” making the January move to Milan, but hopes “to change Pippo Inzaghi’s mind.”
Andrea Mandorlini outlined his Verona targets, including safety, Chievo revenge and beating Osvaldo Bagnoli’s record.
Milan could send Mattia Destro back to Roma rather than take up their option to sign him on a permanent basis.
It’s reported the group interested in buying up Parma is also behind Toronto FC and the Toronto Raptors.
Salvatore Bocchetti’s agent left the door open for him to stay at Milan next season or return to Spartak Moscow.
Miroslav Klose says the Europa League is Lazio’s primary target, but admits ‘we’d like to get something more’.
Torino’s match with Empoli on May 4 has been pushed back a day, as it falls on the anniversary of the Superga tragedy.
Domenico Criscito’s agent reveals Inter and Napoli wanted to sign him, and discusses Sebastian Giovinco’s start to life in Toronto.

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