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Stefano Colantuono reassures Atalanta fans they are prepared to spoil the Juventus Scudetto party. “We’re here to play our game.”
Vincenzo Guerini was able to secure Fiorentina’s safety after two Coaches were sacked, but notes “this team has been well below expectations.”
Bortolo Mutti bids farewell to Palermo with a few sideswipes. “Josip Ilicic disappointed me, while the club infrastructure was not up to the task.”
It’s the last day of the Serie A season with four teams fighting for a Champions League spot, the Europa League up for grabs and relegation to be decided.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Massimiliano Allegri prepares for next season with Riccardo Montolivo at Milan and sends a message to Andrea Pirlo. “I don’t care what he says.”
Arturo Vidal has laughed off reports of interest from Real Madrid. “I want to win even more at Juventus.”
Zdenek Zeman's Pescara won the promotion crunch match with Torino to leapfrog them on top of the table.
Lecce have “only a five per cent chance of safety,” warns Serse Cosmi, as they go into the final 90 minutes of the season.
Cesare Prandelli will name his Italy squad for Euro 2012 on Sunday and could include Antonio Di Natale, Fabio Borini, Alessandro Diamanti and Mattia Destro.
Milan have already set out their pre-season plans with a friendly against Schalke 04 on July 24, then a tour of the United States.
Edy Reja’s Lazio must beat Inter and hope Udinese lose to capture a Champions League place, but admits his future is up in the air.
Genoa defender Kakha Kaladze has announced his retirement from football, as he will go into politics in Georgia.
Francesco Guidolin cannot wait for Udinese’s game with Catania that could seal Champions League qualification. “We are so close to Paradise.”
Sampdoria fought back for a last-gasp victory to go into sixth, while Sassuolo were held and Reggina played a six-goal thriller.
Giuseppe Sannino will be on the Siena bench, possibly for the last time before taking the Palermo job, against Napoli despite fracturing three ribs.
Gennaro Gattuso has held an emotional press conference for his farewell to Milan and admits his dream is “to go back to Glasgow Rangers.”
Antonio Conte has won the Scudetto, but urges Juventus to remain unbeaten for the whole season. “That way nobody can ever surpass us.”
Inter director Marco Branca confirmed they are “in talks” with Atletico Mineiro to sell Diego Forlan.
Milan have finally confirmed the open secret that Fiorentina and Italy man Riccardo Montolivo will join on a free transfer.
Mark van Bommel has also announced he’s leaving Milan this summer for a return to PSV Eindhoven. “Maybe one day I’ll return as a Coach.”
Walter Mazzarri still believes Napoli can reach the Champions League and has faith in Ezequiel Lavezzi. “Anything can still happen.”
Andrea Stramaccioni feels Inter’s do-or-die match with Lazio tomorrow is “the prelude to a rebirth. We are ready for battle,” but without Wesley Sneijder and Mauro Zarate.
It’s likely Milan’s departing veterans will be given a run-out against already-relegated Novara on Sunday.
Lazio are looking to next season with reports Edy Reja could be replaced by Gianfranco Zola or current Chelsea manager Roberto Di Matteo.
Luis Enrique has given his farewell press conference at Roma. “It was a wonderful adventure and some fans didn't understand me, but I am so very tired.”
It is reported Milan had a summit last night to discuss rebuilding the squad with the likes of Mario Balotelli and Inter star Wesley Sneijder.
While Vincenzo Montella cancelled a press conference today, Catania President Antonino Pulvirenti insists talk of a deal with Roma is “deeply unethical.”
Claudio Ranieri is reportedly in talks with Fiorentina, though other options include Luis Enrique, Gian Piero Gasperini, Marcelo Bielsa, Zdenek Zeman and Rafa Benitez.
It is reported this morning that Paris Saint-Germain have beaten Inter to the punch by securing a deal for Napoli star Ezequiel Lavezzi.
Juan Pablo Carrizo says he has double motivation to deny Udinese, as he can break Catania records and help his parent club Lazio.
Former Roma teammate Eusebio Di Francesco is confident Vincenzo Montella “is the right man” for the job replacing Luis Enrique.
Andrea Barzagli admits the joy of winning the Scudetto with Juventus is “a stronger sensation” than his title at Wolfsburg.
Edinson Cavani is suspended for Napoli’s clash with Siena, but is fired up for the Coppa Italia Final against Juventus. “It’s the most important game.”
Clarence Seedorf will decide his future “within 15 days,” said his agent, as the Milan veteran considers a Botafogo offer.

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