NEWS

Lazio have received the news they most dreaded, as Miroslav Klose injury is confirmed as serious enough to rule him out of the team’s next five games.
Giuseppe Rossi’s agent has hinted that this summer could be the transfer window that the player makes a move from Villarreal.
Diego Forlan is keen to represent Uruguay at the London 2012 Olympics, should he be called up by Oscar Tabarez.
German Denis is targeting a return to the Atalanta attack ahead of schedule in order to face former side Napoli in Week 32.
Kwadwo Asamoah’s agent has failed in his attempts to resist discussing the possibility of his client joining Napoli this summer.
Federico Marchetti has recalled his ‘difficult’ spell with former side Cagliari, ahead of facing them in Lazio’s goal on Sunday.
Massimiliano Allegri insists that his Milan players cannot afford to be anything other than 100 per cent focused on Roma this weekend.
Daniele De Rossi has revealed his growing desire to play every game possible for Roma and of the ambition to perhaps stay in the game after retirement.
Luis Enrique believes his Roma side are capable of beating League leaders Milan, but that it would take ‘a perfect game’ to do so.
Milan director Barbara Berlusconi has wished Roma good luck for their project, describing Milan’s weekend opponents as this season’s ‘breath of fresh air’.
French giants Paris Saint-Germain are one of the many clubs interested in Inter defender Cristian Chivu.
Andrea Barzagli should be declared fit to face Inter this weekend, but Juventus boss Antonio Conte may not risk him.
Inter’s Diego Milito has respect for the Juventus forward line, but he’s worried by the creativity of Andrea Pirlo.
Roma ‘keeper Maarten Stekelenburg is in no doubt as to who will be his biggest threat in the game against Milan – Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Milan host Roma and Juventus welcome Inter as the big two face big tests in a fascinating Week 29 double-header.
There is some good news for Napoli after it was revealed that Christian Maggio’s injury is not as serious as first thought.
Dejan Stankovic insists Juventus will be feeling the pressure when his Inter side travel to Turin on Sunday evening.
Morgan De Sanctis will sign a new contract at Napoli before the start of next season, his agent has suggested.
Did Milan end Juventus’ unbeaten record this season on Tuesday night? The two Italian giants, perhaps inevitably, disagree.
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Alvaro Gonzalez warns the other sides chasing third place that Lazio “are practically in the Champions League” with three wins.
Piacenza Calcio has officially gone bankrupt, ending a 93-year history in Italian football that included long Serie A spells.
Bad news for Lazio, as medical staff warn the injury Miroslav Klose picked up today “unfortunately does not seem to be minor.”
Diego Forlan reiterates he did not refuse to come off the bench. “I have respect for the fans, for Inter and for the shirt I wear.”
Fabio Borini admits he’s looking for a place in Italy’s Euro 2012 squad, “but I must be consistent” for Roma first.
Leonardo Bonucci feels Juventus are now joint Scudetto favourites with Milan, but first have to beat Inter “at all costs.”
Cagliari President Massimo Cellino is adamant he’s right to terminate Davide Ballardini’s, while Nedo Sonetti reveals legal action over “eating a 4kg fish.”
Giuseppe Rossi’s agent has confirmed he’d be glad to join “great side” Roma, but the €20m price-tag could be a big stumbling block.
Alberto Gilardino comes face to face with his former Fiorentina teammates on Sunday, but the Genoa hitman insists he’ll “leave sentiments at home.”
Alexandre Pato will fly to America for a specialist consultation on his injury, while Milan lose Pippo Inzaghi for three weeks.
Walter Mazzarri is worried that his players’ midweek exertions will prove to be a disadvantage in facing Catania in Week 29.
Again the message from Catania is that they are not prepared to lose Coach Vincenzo Montella to another club at the end of the season.
Vincenzo Montella has revealed that he continues to study to improve his coaching, whilst holding Jose Mourinho as an example to follow.
Stephan El Shaarawy sees his Milan side as superior to Juventus, as the title race enters the final 10 rounds.
There are slight concerns over Miroslav Klose’s condition after he pulled out of a training ground friendly with a suspected thigh strain.

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