NEWS

Milan owner Silvio Berlusconi has revealed that there are actually three Chinese groups interested in buying his club.
Lazio could make a move for Liverpool striker Fabio Borini if they qualify for next season’s Champions League.
Juventus’ long-anticipated move for Palermo striker Paulo Dybala could reportedly be wrapped up by the end of the week.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Hernanes explained his backflip and Inter brace was revenge for Lazio President Claudio Lotito’s criticism.
Stefano Pioli “had to admire” nine-man Lazio for pushing Inter, though “defeat is disappointing in a fundamental round.”
Lazio director Igli Tare said the referee was “truly difficult to defend” after two red cards in their 2-1 defeat to Inter.
Roberto Mancini felt Inter wasted chances in their 2-1 win over nine-man Lazio and “understands” Samir Handanovic’s desire to move on.
Hernanes bagged a brace against his former club, but Inter struggled to beat nine-man Lazio and Mauro Icardi missed a penalty.
Raffaele Palladino reveals Napoli players called Parma “failures. It’s scandalous. They were wrong if they thought they’d get an easy win.”
Vincenzo Montella celebrated Fiorentina’s victory over Empoli and assured “I believe we can do it against Sevilla.”
Rolando Maran believes Chievo “have our heads held high” after a 2-2 Derby della Scala draw with Hellas Verona.
Roberto Donadoni said Gonzalo Higuain and Napoli director Riccardo Bigon used “disgusting phrases” after a 2-2 draw with Parma.
Lazio and Inter go head-to-head with precious points for Europe at stake, plus Roberto Mancini and Hernanes facing their past.
Antonio Mirante performed miracles in goal, but Napoli had to twice fight back for a 2-2 draw at already-relegated Parma.
Josip Ilicic’s brace gave Fiorentina a much-needed and hard-fought 3-2 victory over Empoli in the Derby di Toscana.
Fiorentina need to get their season back on track, but visit upstart neighbours Empoli in the Derby di Toscana.
Napoli have to shake off Europa League anger and can close to within two points of Roma as they visit Parma.
Cesena were beaten 3-2 at home by Sassuolo and mathematically relegated, as Atalanta won 3-2 in Palermo and Sampdoria conquered Udinese 4-1.
Palermo confirmed “we are in the conclusive phase” of Paulo Dybala’s sale, most likely to Juventus.
Chievo were in front, trailed and fought back for a spectacular 2-2 Verona Derby draw with Hellas.
Maurizio Sarri assures Empoli are “fired up” for the Derby di Toscana against Fiorentina. “We’re playing for the city and the fans.”
Roberto Donadoni denies rumours Parma players would go on strike, but admits they are distracted against Napoli.
Andrea Barzagli urged Juventus to ignore Toni Kroos and Real Madrid injury news. “Our dreams can come true.”
The Derby di Verona sees Luca Toni’s Hellas take on Flying Donkeys Chievo in what should be a fun ride.
Confusion reigns at Milan, as Bee Taechaubol said they’re “down to details” and Silvio Berlusconi threatens not to sell at all.
Torino are reportedly looking to the Premier League for Liverpool’s Fabio Borini and Hull City striker Abel Hernandez.
Eusebio Di Francesco reveals he shows Sassuolo strikers footage of Carlos Tevez. “He sets the example.”
Sinisa Mihajlovic said Sampdoria “season starts here” against Udinese, as they must reboot for Europe.
Andrea Mandorlini warned Hellas will “play our football” in the Derby di Verona with Chievo.
Vincenzo Montella insists Fiorentina “aren’t dead yet” in Serie A or the Europa League as they visit Empoli for the Tuscan Derby.
Today there are derbies in Verona and Tuscany, Lazio go head-to-head with Inter and Napoli can close within two points of Roma.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Roma director Walter Sabatini said the performance against Milan was “disturbing” and threatened a training retreat.
Rudi Garcia blasted his Roma players for a 2-1 defeat to Milan. “We wasted an hour. They haven’t realised the situation.”

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