NEWS

FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio will meet with the Parma squad and the AIC while a meeting of the Lega Serie A will take place.
Future Inter signing Jeison Murillo says playing for the Nerazzurri is ‘a dream’ and he’s looking forward to playing in Serie A.
Today's front page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Leonardo Bonucci revealed a Fiorentina tactical trick and reassured fans after Juventus lost the Coppa Italia semi-final.
Fiorentina director Daniele Pradè gave the background to Mo Salah’s arrival from Chelsea and complimented Norberto Neto.
Max Allegri admits “Fiorentina played better and deserved to win” in the Coppa Italia semi-final, but rues Mo Salah’s solo run.
Vincenzo Montella said Fiorentina are “mature” after beating Juventus and Mo Salah went “beyond expectations.”
Alessandro Diamanti praised Mo Salah and said Fiorentina “know our quality” after beating Juventus.
Mohamed Salah’s brace gave Fiorentina a shock 2-1 Coppa Italia semi-final victory in Turin, ending the Juventus unbeaten home record.
Juan Manuel Iturbe assures Roma “are back on track and want to win every game” to the end of the season.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta assured they “want to build a team with and around Paul Pogba. We decide his future.”
Fiorentina director Vincenzo Guerini praised Mohamed Salah and said Vincenzo Montella “has no reason to leave.”
Palermo wing-back Michel Morganella had reconstructive knee ligament surgery today.
Juventus host Fiorentina in tonight’s first leg of the Coppa Italia semi-final, as Paul Pogba and Mohamed Salah face off.
Mateo Kovacic said “there is too much criticism” in Italy, but he has a good rapport with Inter Coach Roberto Mancini.
Follow the build-up and action as it happens from the Coppa Italia semi-final between Juventus and Fiorentina.
Feyenoord fans caused damage worth €5.2m to the city of Rome, claims the Minister for the Interior.
Boca Juniors striker Dani Osvaldo’s girlfriend was carjacked in Buenos Aires last night, report local media.
While Sky Sport Italia demand Parma play their Serie A games, the auction of club assets was a total failure.
Claudio Marchisio’s agent insists Juventus have not offered him a new contract and he is “wanted by top Premier League clubs.”
Liverpool have reportedly given up on Fiorentina’s Norberto Neto and turn to Atalanta goalkeeper Marco Sportiello.
Parma will receive funding from their kit sponsor to play the next two fixtures, but it’s still not certain they’ll go ahead.
The agent of Inter striker Lukas Podolski says his client could move to Turkey in the summer, rather than remaining at San Siro.
Torino forward Maxi Lopez says he has no regrets over his career, and calls the Granata ‘my Barca’.
Juventus will make significant changes for tonight’s Coppa Italia semi-final with Fiorentina, and are likely to field a 4-3-3 system.
Inter are planning a €70m renovation of San Siro if and when Milan move out to build their own stadium, reports suggest.
Andrea Stramaccioni has received public backing from Udinese President Gianpaolo Pozzo, amidst rumours of an ultimatum.
Genoa goalkeeper Mattia Perin insists he’s not thinking about a move, despite links to Inter and Liverpool.
Edy Reja says he ‘couldn’t say no’ to Atalanta, and insists they’re better than their position would suggest.
It’s reported that Arsenal and Liverpool are interested in Juventus forward Alvaro Morata, but he wouldn’t come cheap.
One of the estimated 250 players to have passed through Parma since Tommaso Ghirardi took over says he never even went to the training ground.
Former Inter striker Diego Forlan says the club ‘love’ Jose Mourinho, and the door will always be open for him to return.
Salvatore Bocchetti’s agent says his client is happy at Milan, but can’t guarantee that he’ll make a permanent move to San Siro.
Mino Raiola says his client Paul Pogba is attracting interest from all over Europe, but could yet remain with Juventus.
Juventus have started negotiations to renew the contracts of Leonardo Bonucci and Claudio Marchisio, according to reports.

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