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Napoli’s hopes of qualifying for the Champions League again have been hit by an injury to Christian Maggio.
Walter Mazzarri is delighted with qualification for the Coppa Italia Final, but he’s warned that his Napoli side are running out of fuel.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Napoli are through to the Coppa Italia final after overcoming Siena 2-0 on Wednesday night, to secure an aggregate 3-2 semi-final victory.
Juan Manuel Vargas has promised that Fiorentina are doing their best to work their way out of a current crisis.
Goalkeeper Stefano Sorrentino has declared he would happily sign a contract with Chievo until 2019, if he was offered such a deal.
Cesena have confirmed that they have come to an agreement to end Marco Giampaolo’s contract, saving the club up to €1m.
Werder Bremen's Sebastian Prodl has refused to comment on specific transfer links to Serie A, only confirming that he is holding discussions with several clubs.
Siena are without a number of first-team names, particularly in attack, but face a full-strength Napoli line-up in their Coppa Italia semi-final.
Davide Astori believes Massimo Ficcadenti’s return to the club has brought about the change in attitude that the dressing room needed.
UEFA’s Financial Fair Play initiative has closed a final loophole and received the go-ahead from the European Union to be implemented.
The Italian FA’s (FIGC) President Giancarlo Abete has warned that Italy will be worse off without the planned training sessions that Cesare Prandelli wanted.
Reports are suggesting that Siena will line up with a back five in an attempt to outfox Napoli in the Coppa Italia tonight.
Stefano Colantuono’s attacking headache is turning into a migraine after German Denis joined Guido Marilungo on the Atalanta treatment table.
The agent of Emiliano Viviano is confident that Inter will want to take him back to San Siro ahead of the 2012-13 campaign.
Catania are confident that they won’t lose promising tactician Vincenzo Montella to a bigger club at the end of the season.
Left-back Paolo De Ceglie has signed a new contract with Italian giants Juventus until June 2017.
Juventus have yet to make a decision on the long-term future of Marco Borriello, his agent has insisted.
It’s looking increasingly unlikely that Wesley Sneijder will be fit for Sunday’s big match between Juventus and Inter.
Milos Krasic has admitted that he made an error in turning down a January move away from Juventus.
Italian clubs have been alerted to the fact that Arjen Robben may consider leaving Bayern Munich in the summer.
Euro 2012 will be a good building block for the future of the Italian national side, says Roberto Baggio.
Alessandro Del Piero set a new club record for Juventus on Tuesday for minutes played in the black and white shirt.
Juventus outcast Milos Krasic will probably be playing his football in England next season, his agent has stated.
Catania’s Francesco Lodi says he’s not thinking about Euro 2012 and he’s quashed comparisons with Juventus ace Andrea Pirlo.
Mirko Vucinic is proud to have silenced his critics, but he insists he wasn’t playing that badly before his recent rush of goals.
Francesco Totti will return to the Roma side this weekend when they take on Milan at San Siro, reports La Repubblica.
Juventus have already told Roma that they do not intend to sign Marco Borriello once his loan stint expires.
Francesco Guidiolin and Walter Mazzarri have distanced themselves from the Inter job as Marcelo Bielsa enters the frame.
Andrea Pirlo has praised the efforts of former club Milan after Juventus eliminated them from the Italian Cup on Tuesday.
Milan proved a point at Juventus despite their Coppa Italia elimination, insists Vice-President Adriano Galliani.
Juventus assistant boss Angelo Alessio was left to talk to the media following the Coppa success against Milan after Antonio Conte lost his voice.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport after Juventus reached the Coppa Final.
Alessandro Del Piero enjoyed tonight’s exciting Coppa Italia clash. “Milan and Juventus have always had and will always have great games.”
Massimiliano Allegri feels Milan “could not have done any more” after their thrilling Coppa Italia semi-final with Juventus.

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