NEWS

Ex-Fiorentina captain Giancarlo Antognoni admits his former side will start as underdogs in the Coppa Italia final.
Giuseppe Sabadini says he would want either Luciano Spalletti or Roberto Donadoni to be Milan Coach should Clarence Seedorf leave.
It is reported that Lazio duo Andre Dias and Miroslav Klose could return to Biancocelesti training as early as Wednesday.
The agent of Napoli’s Gokhan Inler says his client is extremely happy at the club, saying he has become a ‘Turkish-Neapolitan.’
Torino President Urbano Cairo says both members of the club’s strike duo, Alessio Cerci and Ciro Immobile, deserve to go to the World Cup.
Ciro Immobile has admitted that he feels good at Torino, and hopes to play his way into Italy’s World Cup squad.
Milan want Carlos Bacca to replace Mario Balotelli, it has been reported in the Spanish Press.
Roma boss Rudi Garcia has refused to comment on Antonio Conte’s jibe that he is ‘provincial’.
Borussia Dortmund are willing to spend €20m to sign Ciro Immobile, but Torino are keen on keeping their goalscoring starlet.
Adriano Galliani has insisted that ‘the story ends here’ regarding Clarence Seedorf’s unauthorised Sky interview.
Inter are ready to sign Cruzeiro midfielder Nilton, after agreeing to pay his €5.5m release clause.
Speculation continues to mount over Clarence Seedorf’s future with one newspaper suggesting that he could be sacked before the end of the season.
Roberto Mancini has thanked his mentor Vujadin Boskov, after the 82-year-old passed away on Sunday evening.
Catania fans were furious with their team on Sunday and so fired abuse towards the players at Fontanarossa airport.
Gonzalo Higuain will be fit for Saturday’s Coppa Italia final, it has been claimed in the Italian Press.
Alessandro Del Piero has confirmed that he will leave Sydney FC, but has failed to reveal where his next destination will be.
Indications in the Italian Press this morning are that Martin Caceres is on the verge of signing a contract extension with Juventus.
Mehdi Benatia has revealed that Roma’s ambition in the coming seasons is to ‘play like Bayern Munich’.
Today's front-page headlines from Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Stefano Colantuono was pleased with the result, but Gian Piero Gasperini blamed the referee.
Mattia Perin saved a German Denis penalty and Atalanta’s goal was offside as 10-man Genoa earned a 1-1 draw in Bergamo.
Juventus have named their squad for Monday’s trip to Sassuolo, including Arturo Vidal and Andrea Barzagli.
Verona forward Juan Manuel Iturbe has been diagnosed with a bruised left thigh and will require further tests.
Giampiero Ventura believes in Europe now, while Francesco Guidolin admits Udinese aren't what they were.
Sinisa Mihajlovic feels Sampdoria dominated even with 10 men, while Eugenio Corini rues a late error.
Atalanta host Genoa this evening with German Denis and Giacomo Bonaventura against Alberto Gilardino and Mattia Perin.
Tributes have been pouring in for Vujadin Boskov, including his protégé Sinisa Mihajlovic and Francesco Totti.
Davide Nicola expected a different Livorno comeback, but Edy Reja has high hopes for Lazio.
Ivo Pulga shares the Cagliari credit and Roberto Donadoni blasts Dias Felipe.
Andrea Mandorlini admits he got it wrong with Luca Toni's substitution and Maurizio Pellegrino makes a promise.
Sad news for fans of Sampdoria and all of football, as legendary Coach Vujadin Boskov has died.
Clarence Seedorf said he “just wants to be the Coach of Milan” and blamed media for not helping Mario Balotelli’s growth process.
Giampiero Ventura admits he didn’t expect Torino to be leading the race for Europa League qualification.
Edy Reja urged Lazio fans to believe in Europe and a bright future under President Claudio Lotito.
Roberto Donadoni slammed Dias Felipe for his costly red card as Parma’s European advantage was frittered away in Sardinia.

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