NEWS

Luciano Moggi has a novel idea on where Juventus can put the third golden star. “I’d nail it to Massimo Moratti’s forehead.”
President Maurizio Zamparini is taking the next logical step in his Palermo career. “I’ve got a scoop for you – I’ll be the Coach next season!”
Alessandro Nesta has confirmed he will “reveal my decision” on whether he’ll retire, extend at Milan or leave Italy in tomorrow’s press conference.
Juventus prepare for the Scudetto celebrations and have already challenged the authorities by placing a huge ‘30’ sign on the stadium entrance.
Siena hint they will not be heavily penalised in the betting scandal after they were referred to the Disciplinary Commission.
Diego Forlan’s father has confirmed the Inter striker is wanted by a series of Brazilian clubs including “Sao Paulo, Corinthians, Gremio and Atletico Mineiro.”
Nancy have now confirmed midfielder Bakaye Traoré has agreed a three-year contract with Milan.
Milan defender Philippe Mexes is named in the preliminary list of France players for Euro 2012.
The Mayor of Naples has presented plans for the new stadium, which will resemble “a shell at the feet of Mount Vesuvius.”
Women will be given free tickets for Italy’s friendly against Luxembourg on May 29 in Parma as part of a charity initiative.
Diego Milito praises Andrea Stramaccioni for changing Inter’s season and reveals the problems he had over a chaotic campaign.
Novara are stunned that they were referred to the Disciplinary Commission over the betting scandal and Coach Attilio Tesser prays none of his players are found guilty.
Edy Reja has a decimated squad, but warns Lazio “intend to win” against Inter in a head-to-head battle for Europe on Sunday.
Milan have given updates on injuries to Sulley Muntari, Daniele Bonera, Christian Abbiati and Mattia De Sciglio, while Alessandro Nesta plans an announcement.
Outgoing Catania director Pietro Lo Monaco says he has no idea whether boss Vincenzo Montella will follow him through the exit.
Joel Obi will almost certainly still be a part of the first team squad at Inter next season, his agent has stated.
Michael Bradley would have no problem in making an impact at Roma – even if the capital club haven’t made a move yet for the Chievo man.
Senad Lulic has committed his future to current club Lazio amidst talk that Bayern Munich are interested in his services.
Javier Zanetti took part in training on Wednesday just hours after the Inter legend became a father for the third time.
Gianluigi Buffon and Andrea Barzagli will become the latest members of Juventus’ title winning squad to be handed new deals.
The Gazzetta dello Sport is suggesting that Marco Motta’s next club could be Bologna once he returns to Juventus in the summer.
Claudio Marchisio has admitted that he has been surprised by how well the season has gone for champions Juventus.
Giuseppe Sannino has responded to links with Palermo by insisting that he’s just concentrating on Siena’s last game of the season.
Mauro Camoranesi is delighted that former club Juventus are once again at the top of the Italian game.
The agent of Catania’s Francesco Lodi says interest in his client is “normal”, but he’s not been contacted by any other clubs.
Italy boss Cesare Prandelli is expected to name a preliminary 30-man squad on Sunday before selecting his final party for Euro 2012.
Italy boss Cesare Prandelli has committed his future to the national side, but played down the Azzurri’s chances of Euro 2012 glory.
Fiorentina’s Adem Ljajic has given his version of events which led to Delio Rossi’s now infamous dug-out attack on him.
Three Serie A clubs risk being docked points after the FIGC revealed the names of teams and individuals who have been referred as part of the betting probe.
Giuseppe Sannino is ready to sign a two-year contract with Palermo after his impressive campaign at Siena.
Vincenzo Montella is being linked with a return to Roma as reports suggest that Luis Enrique will quit at the end of the season.
Coach Antonio Conte will commit his future to Italian champions Juventus by putting pen to paper on a new deal before the start of June.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Empoli made the week even worse for already relegated Albinoleffe in this rescheduled Week 35 game.
Bologna have warned Gaston Ramirez is likely to leave Italy, as his price-tag is “at least €20m,” but confirm Gaby Mudingayi interest.

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