NEWS

The agent of Palermo playmaker Franco Vazquez says his client would ‘love’ to move to Inter or Juventus.
Milan’s injury woes continue, as the club confirms that Gabriel Paletta has suffered a thigh injury, and will miss at least a week.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini says Juventus are the only Italian club who could afford Paulo Dybala - and only if they sell Paul Pogba first.
Parma President Giampiero Manenti says wages will be paid before midnight tonight, saving the club from administration.
Napoli have released a statement denying reports that they’re interested in signing Palermo striker Paulo Dybala.
Seydou Doumbia admits his Roma debut in the goalless draw with Parma was ‘difficult’ but promises to win fans over.
Suggestions that Thai investor Bee Taechaubol has tabled a bid for Milan have been denied by the Rossoneri ownership.
A weekend that saw the top three encourage those below in the race for Champions League football, Dave Taylor selects his best XI from round 23.
Roma’s Alessandro Florenzi says the Giallorossi deserved to be whistled after being held by bottom side Parma.
Celtic midfielder Stefan Johansen believes the Celtic Park atmosphere can help his side can beat Inter when they meet on Thursday night.
Milan’s Keisuke Honda has called on the club’s fans to get behind them and help them turn around their form.
The President of the Russian Football Union, Nikolai Tolstykh, reveals that Fabio Capello faces the sack if Russia don’t make Euro 2016.
Juventus striker Fernando Llorente is reportedly a target for English Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur.
Reports in Thailand claim investor Bee Taechaubol has submitted a bid for a controlling stake in Milan.
Reports in England are linking Liverpool with a move for Roma midfielder Miralem Pjanic in this summer’s transfer window.
The man at the centre of the Claudio Lotito phoncecall furore has described the Lazio President as a ‘miserable human being’.
Verona Coach Andrea Mandorlini’s job is reportedly at risk after four defeats in five Serie A games, with Edy Reja ready to come in.
Inter midfielder Fredy Guarin rejected moves to Chelsea and Real Madrid, according to the player’s agent.
Napoli are said to be the latest name to show an interest in Palermo’s Argentinian forward Paulo Dybala.
Roberto Mancini insists that there is no exit clause in his Inter contract, and discusses Thursday’s Celtic match.
Parma will today learn whether they will face administration, as the deadline to pay outstanding player wages looms.
Today's front page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Gigi Buffon blasted himself and his Juventus teammates for their “unacceptable attitude” at Cesena, but also slammed critics.
Domenico Di Carlo praised Cesena for their “courage” in holding Juventus 2-2 and explained his penalty protest.
Max Allegri said Juventus will “cancel out signs of arrogance” after being pegged back 2-2 by Cesena.
Rolando Maran couldn’t help but be “satisfied” after Chievo’s second consecutive victory sank Sampdoria.
Cesena held leaders Juventus to a shock 2-2 draw after Arturo Vidal missed a late penalty in this wide open encounter.
Sinisa Mihajlovic was pleased with Luis Muriel and Samuel Eto’o, but said Sampdoria “must rediscover our confidence.”
Gianfranco Zola thanked Zeljko Brkic for keeping Cagliari in their 1-1 draw at Torino, but “we must be cooler in front of goal.”
Andrea Mandorlini warned Verona “need to find our old solidity” after a 5-2 hammering at Genoa.
Giampiero Ventura had “regrets” that Torino failed to win five in a row, but the draw with Cagliari was “a small step forward.”
Andrea Stramaccioni blamed Udinese for “getting too angry” after a dubious penalty in their 1-0 defeat to Lazio.
Roberto Mancini confirmed Inter will “consider” signing free agent Dias Felipe, who walked out on Parma.
Fiorentina patron Andrea Della Valle warned Claudio Lotito’s role in the Federation “is unsustainable.”
Juventus director general Beppe Marotta slammed Lazio President Claudio Lotito for creating a “feudal system.”

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