NEWS

Milan observer Serginho says the club are still watching Paulo Henrique Ganso, but they won’t sell Alexandre Pato or Robinho.
Juventus are back in the Champions League, but their return to the competition next season is likely to be tough.
It’s the decisive round of fixtures in Serie A, as Week 38 ends the season determining who from Genoa and Lecce will avoid relegation.
Parma President Tommaso Ghirardi says he should have done more to keep Giuseppe Rossi at the club in the summer of 2007.
Diego Simeone has thanked Catania for helping him last night win the Europa League with Atletico Madrid.
Arturo Vidal says that he has no regrets about choosing Juventus over Bayern Munich last summer.
Three Premier League clubs are chasing Fiorentina goalkeeper Artur Boruc, according to the Corriere dello Sport.
Inter will reportedly make a bid for Ezequiel Lavezzi after Napoli’s Italian Cup Final against Juventus on May 20.
Lazio boss Edy Reja is the latest name to be linked with the available coaching position at Fiorentina.
Inter will reportedly offer Yuto Nagatomo and Luca Castellazzi new contracts at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza.
Juventus have convinced Paul Pogba to join them instead of staying at Manchester United, reports the Corriere dello Sport.
Lazio will not consider selling star man Hernanes during the summer, the player’s agent has underlined.
Clarence Seedorf will reportedly quit Milan for Botafogo this summer – but he may not get the chance to say goodbye to fans.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Diego Simeone’s Atletico Madrid have won the Europa League for the second time in three years, beating Athletic Bilbao 3-0 in the Final.
Matias Silvestre has declared he wants to leave Palermo. “I want to play for an ambitious club that takes part in European competition.”
Reports claim Vincenzo Montella met with Roma director Franco Baldini today to discuss a return to the Olimpico.
Luciano Moggi has a novel idea on where Juventus can put the third golden star. “I’d nail it to Massimo Moratti’s forehead.”
President Maurizio Zamparini is taking the next logical step in his Palermo career. “I’ve got a scoop for you – I’ll be the Coach next season!”
Alessandro Nesta has confirmed he will “reveal my decision” on whether he’ll retire, extend at Milan or leave Italy in tomorrow’s press conference.
Juventus prepare for the Scudetto celebrations and have already challenged the authorities by placing a huge ‘30’ sign on the stadium entrance.
Siena hint they will not be heavily penalised in the betting scandal after they were referred to the Disciplinary Commission.
Diego Forlan’s father has confirmed the Inter striker is wanted by a series of Brazilian clubs including “Sao Paulo, Corinthians, Gremio and Atletico Mineiro.”
Nancy have now confirmed midfielder Bakaye Traoré has agreed a three-year contract with Milan.
Milan defender Philippe Mexes is named in the preliminary list of France players for Euro 2012.
The Mayor of Naples has presented plans for the new stadium, which will resemble “a shell at the feet of Mount Vesuvius.”
Women will be given free tickets for Italy’s friendly against Luxembourg on May 29 in Parma as part of a charity initiative.
Diego Milito praises Andrea Stramaccioni for changing Inter’s season and reveals the problems he had over a chaotic campaign.
Novara are stunned that they were referred to the Disciplinary Commission over the betting scandal and Coach Attilio Tesser prays none of his players are found guilty.
Edy Reja has a decimated squad, but warns Lazio “intend to win” against Inter in a head-to-head battle for Europe on Sunday.
Milan have given updates on injuries to Sulley Muntari, Daniele Bonera, Christian Abbiati and Mattia De Sciglio, while Alessandro Nesta plans an announcement.
Outgoing Catania director Pietro Lo Monaco says he has no idea whether boss Vincenzo Montella will follow him through the exit.
Joel Obi will almost certainly still be a part of the first team squad at Inter next season, his agent has stated.
Michael Bradley would have no problem in making an impact at Roma – even if the capital club haven’t made a move yet for the Chievo man.
Senad Lulic has committed his future to current club Lazio amidst talk that Bayern Munich are interested in his services.

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