NEWS

Massimo Ambrosini resumed full training with Milan on Monday ahead of the midweek trip to Pescara.
Paul Pogba’s season is over after the Juventus midfielder was banned for three games after his dismissal against Palermo.
Sebastian Giovinco is more likely to renew his contract at Juventus than leave the club this summer, says his agent.
Pescara were cheered on by just one supporter at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris in Sunday’s 4-1 loss at Genoa.
Vincenzo Montella admits that Fiorentina’s Champions League dream is almost over after their defeat to Roma.
Sassuolo are interested in taking Manolo Gabbiadini once his loan spell at Bologna comes to an end.
Juventus director general Beppe Marotta has underlined that boss Antonio Conte will remain in Turin.
Mathieu Flamini has thanked goalkeeper Christian Abbiati for keeping Milan’s Champions League dream alive.
Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba risks being handed a three-match ban for his spitting dismissal, reports the Corriere dello Sport.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani has confirmed that Christian Abbiati will be handed a new contract at San Siro.
Diego Milito is a better striker than Napoli’s Edinson Cavani, says Inter teammate Andrea Ranocchia.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Alessandro Florenzi is confident Roma “will not be tired” when facing Napoli on Sunday night after their 5-0 friendly win in Florida.
Walter Mazzarri isn’t celebrating yet, as Napoli still need three points to be sure of second place. “Nothing is to be taken for granted.”
Andrea Stramaccioni complimented Napoli on their campaign, but was forced to deal with yet more injuries.
Edinson Cavani insisted he is “not thinking about the future, as I want to score more goals and give my all to Napoli.”
Edinson Cavani bagged a hat-trick – his 101st goals for the club – to crush Inter and all but secure second spot for Napoli.
Roberto Donadoni complimented Parma for their safety, but Stefano Colantuono can't celebrate yet.
Massimiliano Allegri admits Milan played badly and Giampiero Ventura can't believe Toro lost.
Vladimir Petkovic praises the whole team and Stefano Pioli spreads the blame.
Antonio Conte celebrates the title, but Giuseppe Sannino knows Palermo's fate is still in the air.
Davide Ballardini warns Genoa have more to do, but Bruno Nobili knew relegation would come.
Rolando Maran celebrates Catania's new club record, but Beppe Iachini blames the referee.
Francesco Guidolin has run out of words for Antonio Di Natale, while Delio Rossi sees Samp spirit.
This is a Serie A classic and sees second-place Napoli welcome an Inter side in absolute crisis with no strikers at all.
Andrea Barzagli believes Juventus are “stronger than last season” and are building their way towards European success.
Director general Beppe Marotta assures Juventus will share Antonio Conte’s vision to make them competitive in Europe too.
Leonardo Bonucci feels “this is the Scudetto that confirms Juventus are a superpower.”
Massimiliano Allegri insists he’d love to stay at Milan and hasn’t signed for anyone else, but “it depends on President Silvio Berlusconi.”
Alessandro Del Piero sent a moving message to his former Juventus teammates. “I never thought what it’d be like to see this team win without me.”
Antonio Conte thanked the Juventus players – even if they dumped him in an ice bath – and confirmed he must sit down with the club.
Mario Balotelli scored another crucial goal and urged Milan to hold on to Massimiliano Allegri. “I’m really happy with him.”
Juventus captain Gigi Buffon reveals this Scudetto “has a different feeling to last year’s, but that doesn’t mean it is an inferior feeling.”
Miroslav Klose scored five goals in Lazio’s 6-0 win, while Genoa sent Pescara into Serie B, Siena crumbled in Catania and Parma pushed past Atalanta.
Mario Balotelli snatched a last-gasp victory that sends Milan four points clear in third place, but Toro should’ve scored at San Siro.

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