NEWS

Andrea Stramaccioni insists he will “always thank Massimo Moratti and Inter” whether he stays for years or is fired tomorrow.
Antonio Di Natale and Luis Muriel have recovered in time for Sunday night’s Inter-Udinese match.
Stefan Radu and Hernanes are out of Lazio’s game with Cagliari, but Sergio Floccari is included.
Fiorentina can only reach the Champions League if Milan fail to beat Siena, but Vincenzo Montella warns “nobody must ask about that result.”
Massimiliano Allegri claims “there’s no sense talking about the future” before Milan’s trip to Siena.
Aurelio Andreazzoli is tired of hearing about his potential successor at Roma. “I’d confirm myself in the job.”
Riccardo Montolivo returns, but Kevin-Prince Boateng is out of Milan’s crunch match with Siena.
Walter Mazzarri broke his media silence, but didn’t reveal his future. “I will explain everything after the final game against Roma.”
Vladimir Petkovic wants Lazio to beat Cagliari tomorrow and clinch Europe before the Coppa Final. “This game is worth a great deal.”
Roma have named their squad for Sunday night’s game with Napoli, missing Francesco Totti, Daniele De Rossi and Federico Balzaretti.
Tuttosport claim Juventus are prepared to sell Claudio Marchisio to Manchester United this summer.
Napoli Coach Walter Mazzarri has already signed a contract with Inter, according to the latest reports.
Walter Mazzarri is expected to reveal his decision today, but Napoli’s candidates now include Roberto Di Matteo, Rafa Benitez and Jupp Heynckes.
Sacked before the end of the season, Roberto Mancini bought a full-page ad in a newspaper to say goodbye to Manchester City fans.
Newspapers claim Massimiliano Allegri has agreed a three-year contract with Roma, but today he speaks to Milan President Silvio Berlusconi.
It’s claimed Manchester City star Carlos Tevez has turned down Monaco and his agent is in Italy for talks with Juventus.
Antonio Di Natale is back in training and insists he wants to be there so Udinese can beat Inter tomorrow.
Juan Camilo Zuniga’s agent warned “there will probably be some news” at Napoli and refused to rule out a move to Juventus.
Pablo Daniel Osvaldo insists his problems with the Roma fans are behind him. “They show me a lot of affection now.”
Hugo Campagnaro is on the verge of joining Inter and saluted the Napoli fans. “I had four marvellous years here.”
Sampdoria conclude their season tonight with Juventus and Delio Rossi is glad it’ll be “a festival against one of the best teams in Europe.”
Walter Mazzarri and Edinson Cavani are considering their future, but Ezequiel Lavezzi says “it’d be a shame” for the Coach to quit Napoli now.
It’s the final weekend of the season and, while Europe is decided tomorrow evening, Juventus visit Sampdoria tonight.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Lilian Thuram believes Juventus “are not that far away” from being able to win the Champions League.
Borja Valero concedes Fiorentina have little chance of securing third place, but “we deserve it more than Milan.”
Liverpool, Tottenham and Everton are targeting Parma talent Ishak Belfodil, according to reports.
Antonio Cassano’s season is over after he went under the knife to stabilise a fractured bone in his hand.
Heartbreak for Italy, who dominated the Under-17 European Championship Final only to lose on penalties to Russia.
Andrea Stramaccioni laughed off a comedy award for Inter’s injuries. “I was the only one who didn’t get hurt!”
“I’m happy that I’m out of England,” Mario Balotelli told CNN. “I like women and fast cars, but I’m a normal guy.”
The entire Juventus squad, including suspended Paul Pogba, is making the trip to Genoa for tomorrow night’s Sampdoria match.
Walter Mazzarri has called a Press conference on Saturday afternoon, so could confirm his Napoli decision ahead of the game with Roma.
Antonio Conte sat in the front row and asked questions at today’s Press conference, as the Juventus medical staff took centre stage.
Milan assistant manager Mauro Tassotti focused only on Siena and warns you’ll know Massimiliano Allegri’s future “in three or four days.”

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