NEWS

Mattia Destro has revealed he is desperate to make Italy’s final 23-man squad for the World Cup.
Barbara Berlsuconi has confirmed that Milan will make a decision regarding Clarence Seedorf’s future ‘in the next few days’.
Should Antonio Conte decide to leave Juventus, the club’s hierarchy are leaning towards Sinisa Mihajlovic as his replacement.
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German Denis has admitted that he doesn’t know what the future holds, and has failed to rule out a move away from Atalanta.
River Plate will find it ‘very difficult’ to sign Esteban Cambiasso, the Argentine club’s sporting director has admitted.
Reports in Spain this afternoon claim that Barcelona will make a move for Paul Pogba, but only if Cesc Fabregas leaves.
Javier Zanetti has written an open letter to Inter fans all over the world thanking them for nearly two decades of support.
Massimo Cellino has briefly commented that he is closing to selling Cagliari, as he ‘cannot have two clubs’.
Ivo Pulga says Massimo Cellino has asked him to stay on at Cagliari for next season, as he promises the team’s ‘backbone will not be touched’.
Maurizio Beretta has discussed Italy’s World Cup hopes, the possibility of downsizing Serie A and the new financial front clubs face.
Tommaso Ghirardi says he has received ‘no signals’ from Milan of interest in Roberto Donadoni, as he reflects on yesterday’s drama and the future.
Maurizio Zamparini has promised ‘five quality signings’ for Palermo this summer and that his ‘marriage’ with Coach Beppe Iachini will last.
Andrea Della Valle has praised Fiorentina for their season and said he sees Vincenzo Montella staying in Florence ‘for some years’.
Juventus have revealed that their preseason plans will include a stop in Singapore to play Malaysia Super League outfit The Lions.
Aurelio De Laurentiis has expressed his delight at Napoli’s season and labelled Rafa Benitez as 'the Coach of the future'.
Italy’s players will convene at Coverciano by this evening, whilst Demetrio Albertini is expected to meet with Cesare Prandelli.
Massimo Moratti expects Inter to make ‘sacrifices’ towards change, but knows it is for the best, as he has kind words for Clarence Seedorf.
Walter Mazzarri has indicated that he is no rush to sign a new contract with Inter, as he describes Esteban Cambiasso’s exit as ‘a club decision’.
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Clarence Seedorf said his Milan situation “will be clear by the end of the month” after a “dignified” campaign.
Roberto Donadoni praised Parma for their “extraordinary” European qualification, but hinted at a potential exit.
Giampiero Ventura tried to reassure Torino and Alessio Cerci after a dramatic collapse. “He should be proud.”
Parma are in the Europa League after a 2-0 win over Livorno and Alessio Cerci’s last-gasp saved Torino penalty in Florence.
Adriano Galliani hinted Milan assistant manager Mauro Tassotti will reunite with Carlo Ancelotti at Real Madrid.
Alessio Cerci feels Torino deserve a place in the Europa League because “we all gave our heart and soul.”
Inter wave goodbye to Javier Zanetti, Diego Milito, Esteban Cambiasso and Walter Samuel against Chievo.
Milan assistant manager Mauro Tassotti confessed tonight could be his last game. “There are many reasons to leave.”
Napoli play their final game of the season against surprise package Hellas Verona, as Luca Toni chases the Capocannoniere title.
Torino will be in Europe if they beat Fiorentina tonight, but otherwise have to hope other results go their way.
Parma still have a good chance of leapfrogging Torino for a Europa League spot, but must beat Livorno first.
Milan have a slender chance of making Europe and could give 15-year-old Hachim Mastour his debut against giant-killers Sassuolo.
Antonio Conte refused to discuss his future, instead noting “people will talk about this Juventus side for a long time to come.”
Gigi Buffon lifted the Serie A trophy, but Juventus celebrations were cut short by a pitch invasion.
Andrea Pirlo said “much of the credit” goes to Antonio Conte for a record-breaking 102-point Juventus run.

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