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Hernanes says he mulled over leaving Lazio for two weeks before eventually deciding to sign for Inter.
Inter-bound Nemanja Vidic says he never thought of moving to another English club once he had decided to leave Manchester United.
Inter ‘team manager’ Ivan Cordoba is impressed by club President Erick Thohir, insisting he never stops working.
A report by Sport Mediaset suggests that Roma Coach Rudi Garcia is considering his long-term future at the club.
Il Mattino believe that Lorenzo Insigne has played his way into Italy’s provisional World Cup squad and Giuseppe Rossi may not make the cut.
Giampaolo Pazzini has commented on how Milan are ‘obligated to win every game’ and that conclusions on the season can only be made at its end.
Patrice Evra has admitted that seeing Nemanja Vidic leave Manchester United for Inter this summer will be ‘painful’.
Napoli’s sporting director Riccardo Bigon has admitted that the club do intend to try and keep hold of Pepe Reina beyond this season.
Silvio Berlusconi has rejected the notion that Serie A’s clubs should take an active role in better securing their stadiums.
Former Juventus director Giovanni Cobolli Gigli says that much of the club’s future success will depend on Antonio Conte’s desire to continue.
Claudio Lotito has called for ‘direct action and zero tolerance’ against ‘criminals’ he sees operating in football stadiums’ curva.
Javier Zanetti has announced that he will retire from football at the age of 40 and after 19 seasons with Inter.
Adriano Galliani has reiterated Milan’s hope to pick up two more wins to see out the season and make the Europa League.
Italy’s Minister of the Interior Angelino Alfano has promised new security measures will be implemented in football from the start of next season.
Marcello Lippi has praised Juventus’ strength in Serie A, but says it now must be imposed in European competition too.
Today's front-page headlines from Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Antonio Conte hailed an “historic Scudetto,” but refused to commit his future. “I will always be a Juventus fan.”
Leonardo Bonucci believes the 3-1 victory at Sassuolo was “the moment Juventus really clinched the title.”
Fernando Llorente feels he’s had a “spectacular” debut Serie A season, winning the Scudetto with Juventus.
Sebastian Giovinco revealed an injury and thanked Antonio Conte for turning his Juventus career around.
Simone Padoin gave Juventus a 1-0 win over Atalanta in this celebration of a third consecutive Scudetto.
Italian media claim West Ham want to sign Max Allegri, Alessandro Matri and Emanuele Giaccherini.
Edy Reja admits Lazio’s Europa League chances are significantly reduced by a 3-3 draw with Verona, “but we still believe.”
Director Sean Sogliano implied Verona’s Europa hopes were dashed by the referee against Lazio because “we irritate people.”
Juventus director Beppe Marotta confessed “one signing will arrive from Ligue 1, the Liga or Premier League.”
Fiorentina face battlers Sassuolo on Tuesday without goalkeeper Norberto Neto, who fractured his finger.
Verona twice fought back from a goal down, but 10-man Lazio snatched a 3-3 draw in stoppages despite a penalty save.
Juventus host Atalanta for their Scudetto celebrations with a real party atmosphere in Turin tonight.
Cagliari Coach Ivo Pulga assures they want to “ruin the party” for Coppa Italia winners Napoli tomorrow.
Belgian media claim Genk defender Kalidou Koulibaly is due in Italy for a medical with Napoli.
Edgar Davids would “love to see Mario Balotelli at Juventus” and trusts Clarence Seedorf to succeed at Milan.
Italy’s pre-World Cup friendly with Luxembourg will be at the Stadio Curi in Perugia on June 4.
Igli Tare said Lazio’s transfer strategy “has never changed” despite a continuing fan protest that leaves the Olimpico empty.
Paolo Maldini launched a new attack on Milan, their infrastructure and strategy, but is “ready to work with them if given the chance.”
Lazio take on Verona with teenager Keita Balde Diao against Luca Toni in what is effectively a Europa League play-off.

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