NEWS

It’s reported that Milan’s Adriano Galliani will meet with Empoli tonight to discuss Maurizio Sarri, and a number of players.
Qualification for the Quarter Finals of the Champions League would earn Juventus an extra €9m, it has been calculated.
Marcello Lippi believes Juventus are better than Borussia Dortmund, but warns you need luck in the Champions League.
Today's front page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Roberto Mancini admits Inter weren’t “sharp or aggressive” against Cesena and he was “too optimistic” to target third place.
Mimmo Di Carlo praised Cesena’s “courage” for fighting Inter on level terms at San Siro in a 1-1 draw.
Andrea Ranocchia was “annoyed” at Inter’s 1-1 draw with Cesena and prepares for battle against Wolfsburg.
Inter fought back with Rodrigo Palacio, but only managed a 1-1 home draw against second-from-bottom Cesena.
Virtus Entella explain the “misunderstanding” of a match-fixing scandal around their Serie B game with Frosinone.
Andrea Stramaccioni praised Orestis Karnezis and Antonio Di Natale after Udinese picked up a point against Atalanta.
Edy Reja claims he saw “positive signs” in another goalless Atalanta draw with Udinese.
Eusebio Di Francesco was pleased to “finally” have Nicola Sansone back on form as Sassuolo beat Parma 4-1.
Verona Coach Andrea Mandorlini enjoyed “revenge” over Napoli and assured Luca Toni “can play at least another year.”
Vincenzo Montella will pick “the best line-up” tomorrow and warns a struggling Milan beat Fiorentina last year.
Rafa Benitez criticised Napoli’s performance in their 2-0 defeat to Verona, particularly the lack of “intensity.”
Gian Piero Gasperini admits Genoa’s 2-0 home defeat to Chievo was “frankly unexpected.”
Brace hero Luca Toni felt Verona “were hungrier” for success than Napoli in their 2-0 victory.
Luca Toni’s double dominated a sluggish Napoli side, as Verona emerged 2-0 winners at the Bentegodi.
Inter look to Rodrigo Palacio, Xherdan Shaqiri and Mauro Icardi start as they host Cesena this evening.
Follow the build-up and action as it happens when Inter host tricky Cesena at the Stadio Meazza.
David Pizarro and Stefan Savic are out of Fiorentina’s clash with Milan on Monday evening.
Roberto Donadoni was disheartened by the referee after Parma’s contentious 4-1 defeat at Sassuolo.
Rolando Maran praised a “perfect game” from Chievo to stun Genoa 2-0 at Marassi, but “we’re not safe yet.”
Stefano Pioli insists second place “is not a taboo” for Lazio, who visit Torino to continue their march.
Napoli visit rivals Hellas Verona as they try to catch Roma in second and stop Lazio overtaking them in third.
Alberto Paloschi’s brace saw Chievo stun Genoa at Marassi, Sassuolo thumped 10-man Parma 4-1 and Atalanta held Udinese.
Follow the action as it happens in a bitter grudge match between Hellas Verona and Napoli.
Francesco Totti and Seydou Doumbia are available for Roma as they host Sampdoria tomorrow.
Sinisa Mihajlovic warned Roma that Sampdoria “won’t be victims at the Olimpico” and quoted JD Rockefeller.
Senad Lulic is back in the Lazio squad after two months, but Antonio Candreva misses the trip to Torino.
Pippo Inzaghi doesn’t believe Milan are seeking his replacement and expects “a great performance” against Fiorentina.
Rudi Garcia ignored Europa League questions and focused Roma on beating “sneaky” Sampdoria.
Alex is back in the Milan squad to face Fiorentina, but Pippo Inzaghi has to call two youth team players.
Follow the action as it happens from Serie A this afternoon with Sassuolo-Parma, Genoa-Chievo and Atalanta-Udinese.
Empoli directors said they “won’t clip Maurizio Sarri’s wings” after reports Arrigo Sacchi recommended him to Milan.

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