NEWS

Gennaro Gattuso’s agent has suggested Juventus sign him and fellow ex-Milan teammate Maxi Lopez. “It’d be a bargain.”
Swansea manager Brendan Rodgers has joined Gianfranco Zola, Carlos Dunga and Rafa Benitez in the race for the Lazio job.
Rodrigo Palacio “can’t wait” to get his Inter career started and wants Ezequiel Lavezzi to join him. “With Pocho we’d be truly stellar!”
Thiago Silva has joined Zlatan Ibrahimovic in demanding new signings. “To win, Milan need quality reinforcements.”
Italy and Juventus legend Dino Zoff has advised the Scudetto winners to “buy an important centre-forward for the Champions League.”
Inter goalkeeper Julio Cesar shot down transfer rumours. “I am staying and I want to win the Europa League.”
Italy starlet Marco Verratti has warned the big clubs to forget about signing him this summer. “I am staying. This was not my last game for Pescara.”
Siena Coach Giuseppe Sannino has advised Juventus or Inter to snap up Mattia Destro. “He has qualities outside the norm.”
Zdenek Zeman has won Serie B with Pescara, but dropped a big hint he’s heading to Roma. “I’d love to continue with this group, but I know that I can’t.”
Italy tested out a new trident attack of Antonio Cassano, Mario Balotelli and Sebastian Giovinco in training.
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Empoli and Vicenza go into the relegation Play-Out to see who'll join Albinoleffe, Gubbio and Nocerina in Lega Pro.
Italy’s Euro 2012 opponents Spain saw off Serbia 2-0 in a friendly on Sinisa Mihajlovic’s debut.
The final round has decided the promotion play-offs will be Sassuolo-Sampdoria and Verona-Varese.
Sulley Ali Muntari has a deal to stay “with Milan for the next two years,” said his agent. “The contract is a pure formality.”
Ivan Cordoba and Paolo Orlandoni expressed their emotions after playing their final games in the Inter jersey.
Andrea Stramaccioni enjoyed the trip to Indonesia and assured fans “we want to bring Inter back to the level we belong in.”
The Republic of Ireland beat Bosnia 1-0 in today’s friendly test, as they prepare to face Italy in Euro 2012.
Antonio Nocerino tells Italy they “are a good side and don’t need to worry” about facing Spain in their Euro 2012 opener.
There are reports Sebastian Giovinco has rejected a €20m offer to join Russian club Rubin Kazan, as Juventus and Parma continue to debate his future.
Inter have won their friendly against the Indonesian national side 4-2 with a brace each from Philippe Coutinho and Giampaolo Pazzini.
Torino insist they are keeping hold of Italian international Angelo Ogbonna. “We already turned down a €9m offer from Napoli last year.”
Alberto Aquilani is not wanted by Milan, but is open to a Fiorentina move, says the Liverpool midfielder’s agent.
Alessandro Diamanti was a surprise inclusion in Italy’s 32-man long-list for Euro 2012. “Better late than never!”
Italy have announced they will play a friendly against France at the Stadio San Paolo in Naples.
Leonardo Bonucci is confident the Juventus defensive block will remain solid at Euro 2012, as “the Coppa Italia Final was just a blip.”
Adriano Galliani confirms Milan are interested in Belgium international Axel Witsel, “but we are not in negotiations for him.”
Giorgio Chiellini and Riccardo Montolivo underwent tests on their thigh strains that showed “improvements for both.”
Walter Mazzarri has “clear ideas” about his contract renewal talks with Napoli, but admits he could lose Ezequiel Lavezzi. “That’s not up to me.”
New director of sport Daniele Pradè has pledged to “bring back enthusiasm” to Fiorentina, but there are reports Claudio Ranieri is backing off as Coach.
Roma’s search for a new Coach continues, as Zdenek Zeman and Andre Villas Boas are joined by Malaga boss Manuel Pellegrini, confirmed his agent.
Cesare Prandelli’s assistant Francesco Rocca explains how Italy must face Spain at Euro 2012. “The midfield is the key.”
There are reports Carlos Dunga has become the new hot favourite to replace Edy Reja on the Lazio bench.
Massimiliano Allegri has assured President Silvio Berlusconi “promised Thiago Silva and Zlatan Ibrahimovic won’t leave Milan.”
Juventus are set to sign Paul Pogba from Manchester United, but could turn him straight over to Udinese for Kwadwo Asamoah.

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