NEWS

Today's front-page headlines from Gazzetta dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Lazio doctor Roberto Bianchini says that forward Helder Postiga has trained with the first team for the first time since joining the club.
Kiss Kiss Napoli report that Rafa Benitez is trying to persuade Barcelona’s Javier Mascherano to join him at San Paolo.
Francesco Totti says Roma are full of belief that they can win the Scudetto next season, despite conceding the title race is 99 per cent over this term.
Torino President Urbano Cairo has refused to discuss match officials following his side’s defeat to Napoli last night.
Milan Vice-president Adriano Galliani says he will keep fighting despite coming under heavy pressure from Rossoneri supporters over the club’s transfer dealings.
Napoli legend Diego Maradona believes his old club should take advantage of the uncertainty at Milan and sign Mario Balotelli.
Former Inter President Massimo Moratti believes Coach Walter Mazzarri is the right man for the Nerazzurri and is starting to show it.
Galatasaray Coach Roberto Mancini thinks he should have a statue built in his honour if he can steer the Turkish outfit to Champions League glory.
Fiorentina’s Massimo Ambrosini says his side cannot wait for their Europa League tie with Juventus to resume on Thursday.
Tuttosport are reporting that Bayern Munich have set their sights on securing the services of Fiorentina’s Juan Cuadrado.
Paolo Maldini believes Milan are light-years away from the Rossoneri side he was part of in 1999.
Milan legend Paolo Maldini says he believes Mario Balotelli would be putting in better performances if he played for Juventus.
Milan goalkeeper Marco Amelia has admitted that the club are in a ‘delicate situation’ this season.
Francesco Guidolin has urged his Udinese side to forget last night’s loss to Roma and focus on the match with Sassuolo.
English referees Howard Webb and Martin Atkinson will be in charge for Fiorentina-Juventus and Napoli-Porto on Thursday.
Parma director Pietro Leonardi has praised the performances of Gabriel Paletta, but has refused to rule out the possibility of him leaving.
Kevin Strootman’s operation has been a success, according to reports in the Italian Press this afternoon.
Mario Balotelli’s turbulent relationship with Milan could come to an end in the summer, with Monaco apparently keen.
The Arena de Sao Paulo in Brazil could be unfinished when the World Cup starts in June, according to reports.
Juan Iturbe will almost certainly leave Verona in the summer, with Roma and Liverpool both reportedly interested.
Milan have received some uncharacteristic good news this afternoon, with Stephan El Shaarawy set for a return.
As Week 28 demonstrated the more things stay the same, the more they change, Dave Taylor names his best XI performers.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini has praised former midfielder Josip Ilicic, claiming he has a ‘rare’ talent.
Rumours continue to surface that Paris Saint-Germain will go all out in the summer to sign Paul Pogba.
Pressure continues to mount on Clarence Seedorf, with reports that the Dutch Coach will be gone before the end of the month.
Arturo Vidal has insisted that whilst transfer links to Real Madrid, Barcelona and Manchester United are nice, he is focused only on his football at Juventus.
Nemanja Vidic says the opportunity to play in another league was behind his decision to sign for Inter, not the change in management at Manchester United.
Fredy Guarin is seen as closing in on agreeing a contract extension and improvement with Inter.
Leonardo believes no one person can be blamed for Milan’s crisis, as he talks of links to Inter and the hope of a return to the field.
Former Milan full-back Luca Antonini has echoed Paolo Maldini’s critical words on Milan’s crisis, whilst affirming his commitment to Genoa.
Whilst an initial approach has been rejected, Gian Paolo Montali could still look to lead a takeover at Bologna.
Roma and Torino reportedly risk punishment from the authorities for discriminatory chants heard over during Week 28’s fixtures.
Paolo Maldini’s strike out at Milan includes Adriano Galliani’s acceptance in 2011 to release Andrea Pirlo on Massimiliano Allegri’s say-so.
Antonio Cassano says he is looking to end his career at Parma and that whilst he has yet to talk over a return to Italy, he is open to it.

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