NEWS

Juventus director general Beppe Marotta has today talked transfers in an interview with Il Secolo XIX.
Udinese owner Giampaolo Pozzo insists boss Francesco Guidolin will not be a part of this summer’s managerial merry-go-round.
Martin Montoya is set to sign a new contract at Barcelona, but Inter are still keen on netting him for the 2013-14 campaign.
Beppe Marotta yesterday informed Sampdoria of Juventus’ interest in Andrea Poli and Pedro Obiang, reports Tuttosport.
Former Serie A striker Nicola Amoruso in the new sporting director of relegated Palermo.
The Corriere dello Sport claims that Napoli have offered Gokhan Inler to Inter in exchange for Fredy Guarin.
Antonio Conte will make a decision on his Juventus future within the next two days, reports the Gazzetta dello Sport.
Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri believes the Rossoneri have one of the most competitive centre-back pairings in Serie A.
Pescara chief executive Danilo Iannascoli has confirmed that the club are thinking of re-hiring Zdenek Zeman.
Gigi Buffon is confident that Antonio Conte will still be the Juventus boss as the club try to challenge for the Champions League next season.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Catania directors confirmed Milan and Inter made offers for Francesco Lodi, but so far there is “nothing official” from Juventus.
There are reports Sampdoria have agreed a two-year contract with Coach Delio Rossi, who took over mid-season.
Inter President Massimo Moratti insists he’s keeping hold of Samir Handanovic and Fredy Guarin, while he won’t consider Walter Mazzarri.
Roberto Mancini is “disappointed, but his conscience is clear” after Manchester City sacked him, revealed his former assistant manager.
Torino are reportedly making an approach for former Juventus winger Milos Krasic, who is now at Fenerbahce.
President Andrea Agnelli claims he is “already concentrated on a third consecutive Scudetto” as an exhibition marks 90 years of his family with Juventus.
Despite his poor spell at Inter, Rafa Benitez’s agent assures “we’ll take offers from Italy into consideration” after rumours of Roma and Napoli interest.
Kevin-Prince Boateng agreed a €50,000 fine for Roma was not enough against racism, but insisted “there cannot be a Milan without Massimiliano Allegri.”
Antonio Di Natale is a real doubt for Udinese’s trip to Inter on Sunday, as he was diagnosed with a sprained calf muscle.
Lazio have sold Javier Garrido to Norwich City after the Premier League club turned his loan spell into a permanent deal.
Stephan El Shaarawy is fired up for Milan’s do-or-die trip to Siena and admits “it would be wonderful to end the season with a goal.”
Manchester City goalkeeper Costel Pantilimon has dropped hints he’ll join Fiorentina. “Serie A would be a dream for me. My agents are working on it.”
Brazil Coach Luiz Felipe Scolari has named the Confederations Cup squad to face Italy, cutting Kaka and Ronaldinho, but including Lazio’s Hernanes.
There are reports Arsenal and Zenit have joined the race to sign Josip Ilicic following Palermo’s relegation.
Italy are in the European Under-17 Championship Final for the first time in history, beating hosts Slovakia 2-0.
Rodrigo Palacio could make his Inter comeback against Udinese after returning to full training today.
The Lega Serie A has changed Sunday’s fixtures again, moving Torino-Catania to an evening kick-off.
Reports in the Spanish Press this afternoon have suggested that Athletic Bilbao boss Marcelo Bielsa could take charge of Napoli next season.
Juventus could make a sensational move for Roma forward Erik Lamela, according to reports in the Italian Press.
Cagliari President Massimo Cellino is a free man after leaving house arrest following his arrest in March.
Sampdoria President Edoardo Garrone has confirmed that Delio Rossi will still be in charge next season.
Pescara President Daniele Sebastiani has claimed that his side will 'honour' the League and try to beat Fiorentina on Sunday.
FIFA President Sepp Blatter has hit out at the Italian Football Federation [FIGC], insisting that fining Roma for racial abuse is not enough.
President of the Italian Professional Footballers' Assocation [AIC] Damiano Tommasi has insisted that racism has no place in the game.

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