NEWS

Stefano Pioli confirms Lazio are “going through a good period of form” after sweeping past Torino in the Coppa Italia.
Newell’s Old Boys officially announced they have sold Ezequiel Ponce to Roma, though he’ll stay for another year.
There are reports Genoa have a deal with Red Star Belgrade wide attacker Darko Lazovic.
Lazio will face Milan in the Coppa Italia quarter-finals after disposing of 10-man Torino with a 3-1 away win.
Boca Juniors confirm they’ll sign Alexis Rolin from Catania, but Carlos Tevez and Daniel Osvaldo will have to wait.
There are reports Mattia De Sciglio could be out for six weeks, while Cristian Zapata is sidelined for a month.
Milan have activated their buy-back option on Kingsley Boateng with Dutch club NAC Breda.
Roma met with Torino today to discuss their proposal for Italy right-back Matteo Darmian.
Gianfranco Zola was pleased with Cagliari’s performance against Parma, even if it ended their Coppa Italia campaign.
Roberto Donadoni saw Parma’s Coppa Italia victory over Cagliari as “an important sign we don’t want to give up.”
Miroslav Klose and Keita Balde Diao lead the way as Lazio visit Torino in the Coppa Italia tonight.
Fiorentina Coach Vincenzo Montella released a statement after Mario Gomez’s agent complained about his comments.
UEFA could investigate Lazio’s Champions League play-off with Dinamo Bucharest after match-fixing allegations.
Parma beat Cagliari 2-1 to reach the Coppa Italia quarter-finals with a Gabriel Paletta overhead kick and Andrea Rispoli strike.
Sky Sport Italia insist Samuel Eto’o will meet his entourage tonight to decide on Sampdoria’s offer.
Roma would only release Mattia Destro with a mandatory buy-out clause, so Milan are stepping aside, it’s claimed.
It’s reported Juventus are close to an agreement with Tottenham for midfielder Paulinho.
Parma winger Jonathan Biabiany assured fans he is “running fast towards recovery” from a heart problem.
Luca Toni is out of Verona’s Coppa Italia trip to Juventus after coming down with flu symptoms.
Napoli had an unusual post-training session meal today, as Christian Maggio and Miguel Angel Britos cooked barbecue.
Juventus have left out Andrea Pirlo, Martin Caceres and Carlos Tevez for tomorrow’s Coppa Italia tie with Verona.
Palermo “turned down Manchester United” offers for Paulo Dybala and rate the Argentine at “over €40m.”
Serie A will introduce goal-line technology next season, as it is now “unavoidable,” said FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio.
Roma President James Pallotta told clubs to forget about Kevin Strootman and Miralem Pjanic, then continued the Lazio feud.
Both World Cup winning Coach Marcello Lippi and legendary Italian defender Alessandro Nesta have praised Francesco Totti's selfie in the Rome derby.
Milan have released a statement confirming that Cristian Zapata has suffered a fracture in his foot in the game against Sassuolo.
Reports suggest that Liverpool winger Suso could be joining Milan this month, rather than in June, but it depends on Riccardo Saponara leaving.
Roma director Walter Sabatini is meeting with Radja Nainggolan's agent to define the terms of his full purchase and contract renewal.
Inter's slow pace in settling a deal for Dani Osvaldo may push Genoa elsewhere, as they begin talks for Roma’s Marco Borriello.
Bayer Leverkusen are due to meet Roma director Walter Sabatini to discuss the future of Tin Jedvaj, reportedly valued by the German club at €8m.
Reports suggest that Everton striker Samuel Eto’o has landed in Milan today to define a possible transfer to Sampdoria.
Max Allegri praises Roberto Pereyra, admits it's ‘not easy’ to find space for Sebastian Giovinco at Juventus, and challenges Paul Pogba.
Lukas Podolski discusses former manager Arsene Wenger, his aims with Inter, and why Manuel Neuer didn't win the Ballon d'Or.
Juventus Coach Max Allegri confirms that his team will be without Andrea Pirlo and Carlos Tevez for tomorrow's game against Hellas Verona.
Former Milan defender Alessandro Nesta admits that he'd like to try his hand at coaching, and says teams must ‘defend with 11 players’.

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