Roberto Stellone assured Frosinone’s trip to Sampdoria tomorrow is “not our Last Chance Saloon.”
Beppe Iachini said Palermo must fight to keep hold of their Serie A status against Bologna, the way they fought to get there.
Vincenzo Montella told Sampdoria they have “no excuses” ahead of a relegation dogfight with Frosinone.
The Mayor of Naples announced €25m funding to fix up the Stadio San Paolo from this summer.
There is “no crisis” for Napoli or Italian sides in Europe, assured Juventus boss Max Allegri.
Juventus Coach Max Allegri shrugged off more questions about his future, as the Chelsea job is replaced by Italy.
Max Allegri warned Juventus the Derby d’Italia with Inter is separate from current Serie A form and the Coppa Italia semi-final.
Roberto Donadoni believes 'it's about the mindset, not the tactics' as Bologna prepare to visit Palermo.
Andrea Ranocchia reveals 'the negativity at Inter overwhelmed me' before he left for Sampdoria.
Andrea Ranocchia reveals he 'had to fight' to join Sampdoria as Inter 'wanted me to stay'.
Juventus and Inter race for three youngsters: Corinthians' Matheus Pereira, Rosario Central's Giovani Lo Celso, and Sampdoria's Federico Bonazzoli.
Maurizio Sarri's agent reveals the Coach's working methods and claims 'Napoli are not tired'.
Eder is “absolutely not” worried that he hasn’t scored for Inter and urges his side to face Juventus “without fear.”
Gonzalo Higuain’s entourage reportedly told Napoli he won’t sign a contract renewal, alerting PSG, Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal.
Udinese patron Giampaolo Pozzo insists the club will find results because “we can’t continue like this” – and has the team blessed!
Empoli Coach Marco Giampaolo was impressed with Luciano Spalletti’s handling of the Francesco Totti saga at Roma.
The reports continue to roll in on Antonio Conte’s Chelsea talks, but Italian media claim Diego Simeone is the favourite.
Cesena earned a huge victory over Serie B leaders Cagliari to revive the promotion race and the Piedmont derby was a draw.
It’s a big extended weekend in Serie A, starting today with Empoli-Roma and Milan-Torino, then Juventus-Inter and Fiorentina-Napoli.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Outgoing FIFA President Sepp Blatter urges successor Gianni Infantino to “continue my work”.
It’s reported Silvio Berlusconi and Mario Balotelli held a meeting today at Milanello.
The Lega Serie A has agreed to double parachute payments for relegated teams this season.
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio knows FIFA must “regain credibility after a year of humiliation”.
Leonardo Bonucci says Juventus “are back” in European competition, and believes they can beat Bayern Munich.
Javier Zanetti expects a “great match” when Inter meet Juventus in Turin on Sunday night.
Fabio Capello rules-out replacing Antonio Conte as Italy CT - “I’m not going back to the bench”.
Adriano Galliani confirms Mario Balotelli could stay at Milan - “we’ll talk in the summer”.
A website in the Czech Republic warns Sparta Prague fans about Lazio’s “far-right” element.
Francesco Totti has returned to the Roma squad, after being dropped for the win over Palermo.
Gianni Infantino is the new FIFA President, and promises to “restore the image” of the organisation.
Lazio’s Antonio Candreva says reports he clashed with Igli Tare and Miroslav Klose are “completely invented”.
Silvio Berlusconi visited Milanello this afternoon and told Milan to “keep going like this”.
Captain Marek Hamsik says Napoli “must not be ashamed” after being knocked out of the Europa League.
Milan have named their squad to face Torino, with Luiz Adriano left out once again.