NEWS

Bologna reportedly contacted Sassuolo during the night to secure striker Sergio Floccari.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Jonathan Calleri “will be in Italy within hours to play for Bologna and in June he could go to Inter,” said his father.
Napoli offer €15m for World Cup winner Christoph Kramer from Bayer Leverkusen.
Sampdoria are the latest club to be linked with Inter defender Andrea Ranocchia.
Milan midfielder Nigel de Jong is reportedly of strong interest to MLS club LA Galaxy.
Roma are increasingly close to securing Arsenal defender Mathieu Debuchy, claim reports in Italy.
Frosinone have officially loaned striker Nicolas Castillo to Universidad Catolica.
The International Football Association Board has given the go-ahead to experiment video assistance for match officials.
Frosinone President Maurizio Stirpe “switched off the Napoli game because they were too scary!”
Just six months into his loan spell from Chelsea, Wallace has left Carpi to join Gremio.
Empoli accused Inter of “playing like provincial minnows” in their 1-0 win at the Castellani.
Milan face competition from Stoke City for FC Porto midfielder Giannelli Imbula.
New Lazio defender Milan Bisevac is “very happy” to be in Serie A and reveals why he made the move.
Jonathan Calleri’s father warned the move to Inter “will be decided by Sunday or he’s staying at Boca Juniors.”
Disgraced UEFA President Michel Platini announced he is withdrawing from the race for FIFA President. “The timing is not good.”
Daniele Rugani’s agent slammed Juventus for snubbing the defender. “The whole football world expected him to play.”
Atalanta will go into a training retreat to prepare for Genoa after a third consecutive defeat.
Edin Dzeko lost his appeal, so the Roma striker will be suspended against Milan.
Bologna have officially sold Nico Pulzetti to Spezia, while Matteo Mancosu is heading to Carpi.
Torino striker Fabio Quagliarella insists he was “not apologising” to Napoli fans for his goal. “I wanted an end to hostility.”
English media claim Napoli rejected a £14.1m Swansea City offer for Manolo Gabbiadini.
Serie A is the second strongest league in the world for two years running, announced the IFFHS, with the Premier League in seventh.
Edin Dzeko lodged an appeal to reduce his three-match ban and is “not worried” about Roma’s Scudetto chances.
Claudio Marchisio and Federico Bernardeschi are among the players banned for Serie A Week 19.
Genoa have been hit with a €10,000 fine after supporters threw flares on the pitch during the derby with Sampdoria.
Napoli defender Henrique will reportedly have a medical with Brazilian side Fluminense tomorrow.
Simone Zaza’s agent says his client is “happy at Juventus” despite reported interest from England.
Davide Ballardini reportedly has one game to save his Palermo job, after being spared the sack yesterday.
Juventus and Napoli placed second and third on the International Federation of Football History & Statistics’ club rankings.
Sampdoria are reportedly looking to bring veteran midfielder David Pizarro back to Serie A.
The agent of Napoli midfielder Jonathan De Guzman says talk of a Carpi move is “just rumours”.
With the top four all winning and just three points between them, Dave Taylor picks his best XI from Week 18.
Bologna Coach Roberto Donadoni is “proud” to have received applause from Milan fans in yesterday’s win.
Reports suggest Milan Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic’s job is safe - at least until after the Coppa Italia tie with Carpi.