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Inter, Napoli and Roma are reportedly trying to bring Juan Cuadrado back to Serie A after his struggles at Chelsea.
It’s the final round of the Serie A season with the Capocannoniere and Europa League up for grabs, plus the head-to-head for third Napoli v Lazio.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Bologna got a precious away victory at Avellino and Pescara lead Vicenza 1-0 in the promotion play-off semi-finals.
Sepp Blatter has delivered a bizarre victory speech after his re-election as FIFA President, comparing the organisation to a boat.
Milan Coach Filippo Inzaghi has named a 23-man squad for what looks likely to be his last match on the Rossoneri bench.
Former Inter winger Luis Figo says Sepp Blatter has ‘no integrity’, after the 79-year-old was re-elected as FIFA President.
Massimiliano Allegri has named a 22-man Juventus squad for the trip face Verona tomorrow evening.
It’s reported that Liverpool met with Inter sporting director Piero Ausilio and Mateo Kovacic in Milan today to discuss a move for the player.
Sepp Blatter has won re-election as President of world football’s governing body, FIFA.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s agent contradicts claims by Silvio Berlusconi that his client could return to Milan - ‘I don’t think it’s possible’.
President Silvio Berlusconi says ‘we don’t want to sell Milan’, despite rumours of an increased offer from Mr Bee.
Silvio Berlusconi says he ‘won’t consider alternatives’ to Carlo Ancelotti for the Milan bench - ‘he will come, there’s no need’.
Radja Nainggolan says he’s ‘happy at Roma’ ahead of his co-ownership being resolved in the summer.
Voting in the FIFA Presidential elections is underway, with incumbent Sepp Blatter expected to win another term.
Inter have made a ‘concrete proposal’ for Monaco’s Aymen Abdennour, according to the player’s agent, with Juventus also interested.
The agent of Galatasaray midfielder Felipe Melo admits his client ‘would like to play for a team like Inter’.
Pippo Inzaghi pleads for more time, insisting his Milan squad can become competitive with some ‘important players’.
Milan Coach Pippo Inzaghi admits he knew about Adriano Galliani’s trip to Spain, but will prepare for next season until told otherwise.
Inter President Erick Thohir assures he will invest in the playing squad, to help the club achieve ‘important results’.
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi reiterates his hope that Carlo Ancelotti will return, and says a ‘very strong team’ is underperforming.
Max Allegri says Juventus must have no 'Messi anxiety' ahead of the game against Barcelona.
FIFA President Sepp Blatter says the 'entire organisation' is not to blame for 'individual' errors.
Max Allegri looks forward to the 'final conclusion' to Juventus' season after the game against Hellas Verona.
Alexandre Pato's agent denies the prospect of a move to Inter and says 'there have been no talks'.
Mr Bee is reportedly raising his bid to €1 billion for Milan, pending Silvio Berlusconi's political engagements.
Giampaolo Pazzini struggles to explain Milan's crisis, whilst praising Mario Balotelli and Max Allegri.
Massimo Ferrero says Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic can take Sampdoria's players to Napoli 'for the right money'.
Sepp Blatter goes against Prince Ali bin Al-Hussein in the most controversial FIFA election in years.
Antonio Cassano discusses his 'idols' Francesco Totti, Leo Messi and Paolo Maldini, whilst eyeing an Azzurri return.
Inter are looking to swoop for defender Mehdi Benatia, but Bayern Munich want €22m.
Today's front-page headlines from The Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Former Inter winger and FIFA Presidential candidate describes yesterday’s corruption arrests as the organisation's ‘worst day’.
Empoli Coach Maurizio Sarri says he has ‘a great relationship’ with the club, amidst rumours he’ll join Napoli.
Parma’s players have released a statement warning ‘time is short’ to save the stricken club.

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