NEWS

After finishing the season with Coppa Italia glory, Marek Hamsik is confident that Napoli can push on to enter the 2012-13 title race.
Youth player Samuele Longo has raised eyebrows at Inter, but Arrigo Sacchi believes his is an example of the lack of faith in young players in Italy.
New Coach Vladimir Petkovic is set to welcome his first arrival at Lazio, as the club reach the final stages of negotiations for Trabzonspor’s Burak Yilmaz.
Pescara President Daniele Sebastiani confirmed that he met with Giovanni Stroppa today, and promises a decision on who will be Coach inside 24 hours.
Hellas Verona’s sporting director Mauro Gibellini has hit out at Coach Andrea Mandorlini and claimed he was assaulted by the tactician last season.
Franco Brienza has expressed his delight at returning to Palermo this summer in a transfer from Siena.
Diego Maradona has admitted that he dreams of one day returning to Napoli to Coach the team he once played for.
Inter have officially confirmed the transfer to San Siro of Genoa’s Argentine striker Rodrigo Palacio.
The Gazzetta dello Sport are claiming that Giovanni Stroppa will replace boss Zdenek Zeman at newly promoted Pescara.
Thiago Motta insists that tactics alone will not be enough for Italy in their Euro 2012 encounter against Spain.
Serie A side Roma have today unveiled their new home jersey for the 2012-13 campaign.
The uncapped Emanuele Giaccherini says he’s ready to start against Spain should boss Cesare Prandelli opt for him in a 3-5-2 system.
Roma have dismissed suggestions that they will consider making an offer to sign Villarreal’s injured Giuseppe Rossi.
Fabio Capello doesn’t seem to be overly optimistic about Italy’s chances of success at the 2012 European Championship.
David Trezeguet is sceptical that former Juventus teammate Alessandro Del Piero will join him at River Plate.
Gaetano D’Agostino has told parent club Udinese that he wants to remain with Serie A minnows Siena.
Vincenzo Montella will develop into a fine coaching talent, says former Catania player Marco Motta.
Italy playmaker Andrea Pirlo was back in training on Thursday after he was rested as a precautionary measure yesterday.
Diego Fabbrini admits that Udinese will be losing some quality players if Kwadwo Asamoah and Mauricio Isla join Juventus.
Monaco are interested in Alberto Gilardino, but the French Second Division outfit have made no official move for the Genoa man.
David Pizarro has turned down an offer from China in order to fulfil his dream of winning the title at Roma.
Atalanta boss Stefano Colantuono is not surprised by speculation that Juventus are interested in Federico Peluso.
Genoa have confirmed that both Italian giants Inter and Juventus are interested in signing Mattia Destro.
The agent of Atalanta youngster Manolo Gabbiadini doesn’t expect his client’s future to be resolved anytime soon.
Juventus idol Alessandro Del Piero's prospective switch to Argentine giants River Plate could be a step closer to becoming reality.
Catania defender Nicola Legrottaglie has saluted the impact made at the club by Fiorentina bound tactician Vincenzo Montella.
Inter appear poised to completely overhaul their backline with deals for Matias Silvestre and Aleksandar Kolarov in the offing.
Gennaro Gattuso’s representative will meet with club officials from Rangers on Thursday, reports Sky Sport Italia.
Pescara starlet Lorenzo Insigne will probably not return to parent club Napoli this summer amid interest from 10 different teams.
Departing Milan striker Pippo Inzaghi has announced that he will reveal his plans for the future at the beginning of next week.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Andrea Pirlo has slight bruising on his calf, but is not thought to be at risk for Italy’s opening Euro 2012 game.
Sampdoria have the upper hand in the promotion play-off Final after Daniele Gastaldello struck twice in a thrilling 3-2 victory over Varese.
Investigators into the betting scandal claim they know things about the Genoa derby in May 2011 that “will have a devastating effect” on football.
Massimo Oddo has announced his retirement from football as he takes on a career as a Coach or director of sport.

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