NEWS

Coach Fabrizio Castori is 'very sorry' after Carpi missed two penalties and lost to Lazio 3-1.
Inter's Mauro Icardi is disgusted with the Argentina national team because, unlike in Italy, they 'only want to throw mud on me'.
The final round of the Serie A season will see four games on Saturday and the rest on Sunday.
Gigi De Canio regrets the 'difficult moment' in Atalanta-Udinese 1-1, but hopes to stay with the club: 'We'll discuss that next week'.
Coach Paulo Sousa is not disappointed after Fiorentina-Palermo 0-0: 'Access to the Europa League is an important result for us'.
Vincenzo Montella took responsibility for Sampdoria’s derby defeat and admits his future is in real doubt.
Gian Piero Gasperini celebrates the 'great victory' after Genoa-Sampdoria 3-0, but claims he has 'no news about my future'.
Roberto Stellone thanked Frosinone fans for their sportsmanship after relegation. “We go down with heads held high.”
Sampdoria director Carlo Osti apologised to fans after a 3-0 Genoa Derby defeat. “Vincenzo Montella must tell us if this project can continue.”
Chievo Coach Rolando Maran pays his compliments to Roma after losing 3-0 to them: 'But injuries aside, things would have been different.
Simone Inzaghi has Europa League regrets, but is glad Lazio fought their way to a win at Carpi even down to nine men.
Davide Ballardini said Palermo are “united as a team” after clambering out of the relegation zone with a draw in Florence.
Eusebio Di Francesco praised Frosinone fans and told Sassuolo they can dream like Leicester City. “I got emotional.”
Frosinone are relegated and Sassuolo keep sixth place, but Palermo’s draw in Florence sees them climb out of the drop zone thanks to Carpi missing two penalties against nine-man Lazio.
Suso bagged a brace as Genoa humiliated Sampdoria 3-0 in a fiery Derby della Lanterna.
Luciano Spalletti said Roma “sent the message we want to win and our fans gave us enthusiasm in return.”
Miralem Pjanic hopes Napoli trip up at Torino this evening and reiterated he is “happy at Roma, but you never know in football.”
Tomas Rincon wants to see “an aggressive Genoa” that can cause Sampdoria problems in the Derby della Lanterna.
Roberto Soriano assured the Derby della Lanterna “will be an open and attacking game, as before tactics there is character.”
Francesco Totti provided a marvellous assist on his 600th Serie A appearance, as Roma swept Chievo aside 3-0.
Sampdoria look to Fabio Quagliarella and Antonio Cassano against Genoa’s Leonardo Pavoletti and Suso in the Derby della Lanterna.
Roma director Mauro Baldissoni is “confident Francesco Totti will stay next season,” but discussed Miralem Pjanic and Radja Nainggolan too.
Inter's Samir Handanovic could be key to several goalkeeper transfers, as the club still dreams of Genoa's Mattia Perin.
Join us for all the action as it happens from today’s eight Serie A games, including Roma-Chievo, Verona-Juventus, Torino-Napoli and the Genoa Derby.
Liverpool reportedly joined the fray to sign Antonio Rudiger, as Roma look to secure him from Stuttgart.
Roma bench Kevin Strootman this time, alongside Francesco Totti and Edin Dzeko, as they host Chievo.
Upcoming Chelsea Coach Antonio Conte may pick up Southampton striker Graziano Pelle, reigniting the Azzurri partnership.
Manchester City have reportedly beaten Barcelona in the race for Sassuolo full-back Sime Vrasljko.
West Ham United have set their eyes on Inter's Mauro Icardi, but it's uncertain yet whether the Italians will sell him.
Miralem Pjanic may renew his contract with Roma, who seek to avoid losing him to Chelsea or Bayern Munich for €38m.
Mario Mandzukic hailed Juventus teammate Paul Pogba. “He’ll become one of the best if not the best, but he has to stay in Turin.”
Mario Mandzukic assured he is “100 per cent staying at Juventus, as I’m really impressed how well the club is organised.”
Fabrizio Castori wants to see “the spirit of Carpi” on the pitch against Lazio this afternoon as they fight for safety.
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi dropped a big hint Gian Piero Gasperini will leave to be replaced by Crotone boss Ivan Juric.
Simone Inzaghi believes Lazio are ready to face highly-motivated Carpi, though “we couldn’t have picked a worse fixture.”