NEWS

Edoardo Garrone is the new President of Serie A side Sampdoria after the death of his father Riccardo last month.
Claudio Marchisio has admitted that he could be tempted by a future in Germany if he ever left Juventus.
Yuto Nagatomo has his eye on being back in action for Inter’s home game against Juventus in Week 30.
Milan’s interest in Newcastle full-back Davide Santon has cooled, according to the Corriere dello Sport.
Juventus’ Mirko Vucinic says the tie at Napoli will not decide anything, while he would welcome Stevan Jovetic to the club.
Andrea Ranocchia insists that Inter have enough options in the squad to deal with the absence of Diego Milito.
Juventus will wrap up the Scudetto win a win at Napoli on Friday night, former striker Nicola Amourso has stated.
Benoit Cauet has criticised former club Inter for the way they handled the John Carew affair.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Hellas Verona climbed within a point of second place after beating nine-man Bari, while Varese squeezed a five-goal thriller against Cesena.
Gennaro Gattuso won his first match as player-manager of Sion, securing a 2-0 victory away to Lausanne.
Juventus director Pavel Nedved hails Coach Antonio Conte ahead of the showdown with Napoli. “He’ll no doubt catch up with Marcello Lippi and Fabio Capello.”
Juventus winger Simone Pepe has undergone surgery to clean up scar tissue in his left thigh and will be out for the rest of the season.
Valon Behrami is confident Napoli can upset the Serie A leaders on Friday. “Juventus are not stronger than us and we must attack them.”
Yuto Nagatomo’s season could be over after he was diagnosed with torn meniscus ligaments in his knee.
Lazio will officially play two Europa League games behind closed doors, but President Claudio Lotito slams this as an “abnormal and absurd” move by UEFA.
While John Carew explains why his move to Inter collapsed today, the Nerazzurri turn to Ruud Van Nistelrooy instead.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani assures Mario Balotelli will not be fined after he was spotted out late clubbing, but “we hope he’ll recover in time for Lazio.”
If Walter Mazzarri walks away when his contract expires in June, it’s reported Napoli are targeting Vincenzo Montella.
Alessandro Matri admits he is “dreaming of a decisive goal in Naples. Juventus give their best under pressure.”
It’s reported Lazio could be forced to play at least one game behind closed doors, maybe even two, after repeated incidents of racism in the Europa League.
Inter have officially rejected John Carew’s transfer after he failed a medical, as his fitness levels are “not compatible with the needs of the club.”
Fabio Cannavaro has played for both Juventus and Napoli, so tells his hometown club “the Bianconeri are beatable.”
There are reports Inter have already ended their 15-day trial with John Carew after he failed a medical, though his agent insists there are “no problems.”
Andres Iniesta has insisted that struggling Barcelona will bounce back to knock Milan out of the Champions League.
Martin Caceres and Nicolas Anelka are doubts for Juventus’ game at Napoli on Friday because of fitness issues.
Genoa have confirmed that they turned down the option to hire Luis Enrique before he moved to Roma in 2011.
Palermo chief Maurizio Zamparini and recalled Coach Gian Piero Gasperini believe that they can survive the drop to Serie B.
Juventus will pay no attention to the League table when facing Napoli on Friday night in Serie A, insists Federico Peluso.
Brescia stopper Sebastien De Maio has confirmed that there is a chance that he’ll move to Genoa in the summer.
Kwadwo Asamoah has welcomed transfer whispers linking Barcelona’s Alexis Sanchez with a move to Juventus.
Alessandro Florenzi has urged his Roma side to not ‘waste’ the victories over Juventus and Atalanta.
Following another four-day extravaganza of Italian football, Dave Taylor picks his best XI from Week 26.
Napoli will be hoping that Edinson Cavani can bring an end to his goal drought when they play Juventus on Friday.
Andrea Pirlo has conceded that his Juventus side are probably not good enough to win the Champions League.

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