NEWS

Eusebio Di Francesco said “you will know my future” after Sassuolo’s last game of the season with Genoa.
Marcello Lippi expects 'a final' between Napoli and Lazio, but says the game is 'hard to decipher'.
Rolando Maran says his mind is already on the next season, but wants Chievo to focus on Fiorentina.
Coach Gianluca Festa says he 'hopes to stay' at Cagliari, but the contract renewal does not come down to him.
Gian Piero Gasperini says this was his 'most rewarding' Genoa team, whilst discussing his future.
Juventus could sell Arturo Vidal to Arsenal or Manchester United to raise funds for Chelsea talent Oscar.
Simone Zaza is 'not intimidated by the competition' at Juventus, but says he'll miss Sassuolo.
Real Madrid Vice-President Eduardo Fernandez de Blas confirmed Rafa Benitez will be their new Coach “as of next week.”
Jurgen Klopp will be the next Coach of Napoli after Rafa Benitez goes to Real Madrid, claims Franz Beckenbauer.
Sampdoria striker Eder reportedly turned down an offer by Crystal Palace, but his future remains uncertain.
Parma administrators confirm “there have been nine expressions of interest” in buying the club, but “June 9 it’ll be Serie B or D.”
Beppe Iachini reveals he “turned down offers” to stay at Palermo after becoming only the second Coach to survive a whole season.
Luis Enrique believes the Champions League Final against Juventus arrives at “the perfect time” for Barcelona.
Maurizio Sarri hinted he’ll be leaving Empoli with Sampdoria the most likely destination. “I’ll decide next week.”
It’s the final day of the Serie A season with third place between Napoli and Lazio, Sampdoria for the Europa League and Mauro Icardi for Capocannoniere.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Barcelona beat Athletic Bilbao 3-1 in the Copa del Rey, so they or Juventus will win a Treble in the Champions League.
Pippo Inzaghi begged Milan for another chance. “We woke up late, but the club can see this team has an identity now.”
Edy Reja admits Atalanta “lost intensity” in their 3-1 home defeat to Milan, having taken an early lead.
Jack Bonaventura admits he “didn’t want to hurt Atalanta” after scoring twice for Milan in a 3-1 victory.
Jack Bonaventura scored twice against his former club, as Milan – and Pippo Inzaghi – end with a 3-1 win away to Atalanta.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero confirmed Sinisa Mihajlovic will leave. “Roberto Donadoni, Maurizio Sarri or Paulo Sousa will be the Coach.”
Luca Toni celebrated his 22nd goal of the season, hopes Mauro Icardi doesn’t get a hat-trick, but won’t commit to Verona yet.
Andrea Mandorlini feels Luca Toni “deserves to be Capocannoniere” with 22 goals after Verona held Juventus 2-2.
Modena came back from 2-0 down for a 2-2 draw at Virtus Entella in the first leg of the Serie B relegation play-out.
Max Allegri told Paul Pogba off after a 2-2 draw with Verona and prepares Juventus for the Champions League Final with Barcelona.
There are reports Milan teenage prodigy Hachim Mastour will reject an Italy call to play for Morocco.
Milan play probably the last game under Pippo Inzaghi, crashing his old club Atalanta’s celebration.
Luca Toni got his 22nd goal for Capocannoniere, but Carlos Tevez missed a penalty, Simone Pepe saw red and Verona pegged Juventus back 2-2.
Vincenzo Montella had a three-hour meeting with Fiorentina chiefs, but a decision “will only be made next week.”
Inter are without Xherdan Shaqiri, Nemanja Vidic and Hugo Campagnaro against Empoli tomorrow night.
Roberto Donadoni warned Parma “could go on strike” for tomorrow’s game with Sampdoria, as they feel “abandoned.”
Juventus director Beppe Marotta confirmed a deal for Sami Khedira, while they also “need” Paul Pogba.
Stefano Pioli told Lazio they can “remain disappointed or react” in tomorrow’s showdown for third with Napoli.
Juventus have a dry run for the Champions League Final, as Carlos Tevez battles Luca Toni for top scorer.

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