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Yuto Nagatomo has looked on the bright side of a highly disappointing campaign for Italian giants Inter.
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Francesco Guidolin steered Udinese to Europe once again, but revealed he “received an offer from a big club.”
Fiorentina director Daniele Pradè, Gonzalo Rodriguez and Manuel Pasqual blamed the referees for Milan’s last-gasp win. “They were gifted a penalty.”
Vincenzo Montella insists there are “no regrets” after Fiorentina saw third place disappear in the final minutes.
Andrea Stramaccioni is glad Inter’s disastrous season is over. “Massimo Moratti has clear ideas on how to rebuild.”
Massimiliano Allegri is still refusing to confirm his future, pointing out “it’s Milan’s decision. I have a contract.”
“I want to thank the fans, but I have ended my era here at Napoli,” announced Walter Mazzarri, but he has no future plans as yet.
Udinese thrashed Inter 5-2 at San Siro to qualify for Europe, while Roma beat Napoli and Lazio fell to Cagliari.
Fiorentina tasted the Champions League until the final six minutes, when Milan came back in Siena and made this 5-1 victory redundant.
Milan really cut it fine, scoring twice in the last six minutes to win 2-1 in Siena and secure a Champions League place.
Goran Pandev accepts the Coach is probably going to leave, “but Napoli continue even without Walter Mazzarri.”
Udinese must win to be sure of the Europa League, while Inter face an early Coppa Italia start if they stumble again.
Milan know they must win in Siena to stave off Fiorentina and secure a Champions League spot, but they bench Stephan El Shaarawy.
The Derby del Sole sees Roma and Napoli go head-to-head, two of the most prolific and unpredictable teams in Serie A.
Fiorentina must beat already-relegated Pescara and hope Milan fail to get all three points in Siena to snatch third place.
Alessandro Diamanti is breathing a sigh of relief, as tests showed he has avoided a fracture in his wrist.
Walter Mazzarri is widely expected to announce his exit from Napoli this evening, with Inter, Roma, Anzhi or even a rest period on the table.
Carlo Ancelotti “has asked us to leave for Real Madrid,” confirmed PSG director general Leonardo.
Alessandro Diamanti risks missing the Confederations Cup, as he is in hospital for X-Rays on his wrist.
Cyril Thereau bagged a brace for Chievo today and confirmed “it would be a great honour” to sign for Fiorentina.
Enzo Maresca has confirmed he will be leaving Sampdoria. “I am not part of their plans.”
Cyril Thereau snatched a last-gasp 2-2 draw for Chievo against Atalanta, but Bologna hit the woodwork twice as Genoa clung to a point.
According to reports, Andrea Stramaccioni will take over the Italy Under-21 side if he is fired by Inter.
Bologna confirmed there is “friction” in their rapport with Juventus, which is making talks for Alessandro Diamanti difficult.
Arsenal are said to be lining up a £12m offer for Juventus star Stephan Lichtsteiner.
Rolando Bianchi plays the final Torino match of his career today. “I want to embrace all the fans, one by one.”
Juventus look set to miss out on Mattheus, as he confirmed he is due to sign a renewal with Flamengo. “The deal didn’t happen.”
Milan have reportedly set their sights on Roma midfielder Miralem Pjanic, facing competition from Spain and England.
Paul Ince played for Inter in the 1990s and now his son, Blackpool winger Thomas, could follow in his footsteps.
Alessandro Diamanti is wanted by Juventus and Inter, but Bologna Coach Stefano Pioli is “hoping he stays here.”
Palermo are doomed to Serie B and Coach Giuseppe Sannino won’t commit to next season yet. “I have to talk to the President.”
Inter end the campaign against Udinese tonight and Juan Jesus can’t wait for it to be over. “Next season will be better.”
“Catania are determined to get eighth place,” insisted Coach Rolando Maran, as it can make a big difference to their Coppa Italia.
Siena are already relegated, but Beppe Iachini assures “we will play our game” against Milan, which is decisive for the Champions League.

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