NEWS

Francesco Totti is likely to join Gervinho in missing Roma’s showdown with Napoli on Saturday.
Pablo Armero’s agent confirmed he’s “in Italy to conclude talks with Milan and Udinese” for his Flamengo move.
Roma are said to be interested in Schalke 04 left-back Dennis Aogo for next season.
Inter chief Marco Fassone backed “fundamental” Roberto Mancini and warned transfer activity will be “self-financed.”
Manuel Pasqual and Stefan Savic are in doubt for Saturday’s Fiorentina-Sampdoria clash.
Manchester City are reportedly considering an Inter proposal for Stevan Jovetic on loan with option to buy.
Roma, Napoli and Inter are ready to swoop should Salvatore Sirigu leave Paris Saint-Germain.
Arrigo Sacchi says Azzurri boss Antonio Conte is “the best Coach in Italy,” then named the top three European tacticians.
Former FIGC candidate Demetrio Albetrini takes a stab at President Carlo Tavecchio's rule, and discusses oriundi.
Empoli's Mirko Valdifiori's agent says a transfer to Napoli would be welcome, but it’s unlikely as long as Rafa Benitez is Coach.
The agent of Borussia Dortmund striker Ciro Immobile denies the player will return to Italy, even while admitting Napoli's appeal.
Lazio midfielder Stefano Mauri says overtaking Roma into second place would have the 'flavour of a Scudetto'.
Coach Max Allegri believes Juventus can progress in the Champions League, and looks forward to the Coppa Italia.
Monaco defender Ricardo Carvalho picked up a knee injury, as confirmed by the club, and may be in doubt for the game against Juventus.
Max Allegri reveals what his 'greatest fear' was when joining Juventus, and discusses the stadium and tactics.
Striker Mauro Icardi says he'll 'pack his bags' if Inter want him to, but states that he hopes to stay.
Former striker Hernan Crespo considers Milan's Mattia Destro and Inter's Mauro Icardi two 'first-class' players, whilst discussing Coach Pippo Inzaghi.
Former Italy CT Arrigo Sacchi defends Azzurri boss Antonio Conte, saying 'he deserves respect'.
Nicola Rizzoli will officiate Week 29's big match Roma-Napoli, with Daniele Doveri handling Palermo-Milan.
Chinese billionaire Zong Qinghou is preparing an offer to purchase Milan over the course of a three-year plan, say reports.
Kalidou Koulibaly says he'd do 'anything to keep Coach Rafa Benitez', but assures that the uncertainty is not getting to Napoli.
Juventus director Pavel Nedved believes Monaco are 'most dangerous when playing away', whilst he also discusses Spanish interest in Paul Pogba.
Lille midfielder Rio Mavuba opens to a Roma transfer, saying he'd look forward to reuniting with his former Coach Rudi Garcia.
Thai investor Bee Taechaubol will finish analysing Milan's accounts by the end of April, say reports, ahead of a potential purchase of club shares.
Fiorentina winger Joaquin believes Napoli are their most dangerous rival on all fronts, and challenges them for the Europa League Final.
Defender Gabriel Paletta believes Milan 'can't give up' on European qualification, whilst discussing the national team and Palermo.
Ciprian Tatarusanu believes Fiorentina's best approach to the season's end is to avoid 'impossible' aims, whilst he also talks of his injury.
Fiorentina goalkeeper Ciprian Tatarusanu believes the competition offered by his outgoing colleague Norberto Neto is beneficial to the team.
Antonio Conte confessed his ‘emotional moment’ at the Juventus Stadium and met with directors ahead of the England game.
Antonio Conte insisted Italy’s 1-1 friendly draw with England was part of a ‘growth process’ that requires patience.
Today's front page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Antonio Conte said “Italy doors are open” to Mario Balotelli, Sebastian Giovinco, Daniel Osvaldo and more.
Matteo Darmian felt Italy had the right attitude against England “to trouble anyone.”
Andros Townsend admits it “had to be a strike from 25 yards” to beat Gigi Buffon as Italy drew 1-1 with England.
England manager Roy Hodgson was “very disappointed in the first half” of their 1-1 draw with Italy.

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