NEWS

Alessandro Rosina of Zenit St Petersburg has admitted that he’d like a return to Italian football over the summer.
Italian giants Milan have confirmed the Bosman free captures of Bakaye Traorè and Riccardo Montolivo.
Juventus target Marco Verratti has confirmed that he rejected the opportunity to join Milan. “I cried because I wanted to stay at Pescara.”
Stephan El Shaarawy expects Zlatan Ibrahimovic to still be at Milan next season when they will resume their battle with Juventus.
Marcello Lippi has officially been named as the new Coach of Chinese Super League outfit Guangzhou Evergrande.
The agent of Fernando Gago expects Roma to sign the player outright from Real Madrid this summer.
Carlos Dunga is the latest name to be linked with the vacant coaching role at Serie A outfit Fiorentina.
Emiliano Viviano would not want to return to Inter to act as cover for Julio Cesar, his agent has suggested.
Milan could look to bolster their midfield options with Marco Rigoni after Novara were relegated from the top flight.
Gianni Rivera is optimistic that Italy can have a good European Championship despite his doubts over the squad’s quality.
Gigi Buffon, Italy’s World Cup winner, was introduced to poker a couple of years ago when he participated in a charity event.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Lucio’s agent has revealed “it’s time to make a change, so we put in a transfer request and Inter have agreed.”
Amid reports PSG have agreed a deal with Napoli, director Leonardo insists “we have not made any offer for Ezequiel Lavezzi.”
Massimiliano Allegri is “100 per cent sure” of staying with Milan and insists he doesn’t need Mario Balotelli or Carlos Tevez.
Villarreal defender Mateo Musacchio “is wanted by Roma and we’ll speak to them soon,” said his agent.
Fabio Cannavaro reveals he’s becoming a Coach, will watch Napoli in the Coppa Italia Final and insists “Juventus have won 30 Scudetti.”
Mariano Izco’s agent has confirmed numerous clubs are interested, but will hold talks with Catania on “making his dream of wearing the Juventus shirt come true.”
Gigi Buffon points out the 2011-12 Juventus Scudetto “will never be the same as the others, not in the past or the future.”
Catania President Antonino Pulvirenti has again warned “you assume Vincenzo Montella will join Roma, but that’s not the case.”
According to reports, Inter have agreed a deal with Porto to buy out Fredy Guarin for around €11m.
President Andrea Agnelli opened the new Juventus Museum by stating this season’s team “will be remembered as the Invincibles.”
Tommaso Rocchi insists “the whole team hopes Edy Reja will stay” at Lazio, but Chelsea boss Roberto Di Matteo is another option.
Milan have officially extended captain Massimo Ambrosini’s contract for another year, tying him to the club until June 2013.
Siena have officially released director of sport Giorgio Perinetti to join Palermo and confirmed Coach Giuseppe Sannino’s future “can be resolved” in the next few days.
This Sunday’s Juventus-Napoli Coppa Italia Final could be in doubt due to a row over transport for supporters.
Marcello Lippi has reportedly set off for China where he will sign a long-term contract with club side Guangzhou Evergrande.
Alberto Aquilani’s future is still up in the air, but it’s reported he will halve his wages to make the move from Liverpool to Milan permanent.
Domenico Di Carlo has officially extended his contract with Chievo, ending speculation of a move to Catania.
Mario Balotelli “will be really useful for Italy at Euro 2012,” says Manchester City assistant manager Fausto Salsano.
Italy and Roma star Daniele De Rossi has undergone surgery to reduce the fracture in his right hand.
Maxi Lopez has made it clear that he wants Milan to do a deal with Catania over a permanent switch to San Siro.
Napoli will talk to the agent of Lorenzo Insigne after the Coppa Italia Final to discuss his next move once his Pescara loan expires.
Roma captain Francesco Totti has expressed his disappointment with the departure of Coach Luis Enrique.
Atalanta’s Ezequiel Schelotto wouldn’t turn down the opportunity to play alongside idol Javier Zanetti at Inter next season.

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