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Today's front-page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport
Empoli miss the chance to confirm automatic promotion from Serie B, while Padova’s relegation is confirmed.
Former Inter President Massimo Moratti has backed his successor Erick Thohir to do well at San Siro.
England forward Danny Welbeck is hoping his side can banish the ghosts of Euro 2012 by beating Italy at the World Cup.
Modena have taken a step closer to securing their place in the Serie B play-offs after a 2-2 draw at Pescara.
Milan legend Franco Baresi says his former side’s failure to qualify for the Europa League is far from a disaster.
Roma Coach Rudi Garcia says he wants to retain virtually the whole of his Giallorossi squad for next season.
Manolo Gabbiadini’s agent says nothing has yet been decided regarding his client’s future.
Landon Donovan disagrees with Jurgen Klinsmann’s decision to leave him out of the United States’ World Cup squad.
Bari defender Diego Polenta says his team are living a dream as they continue to chase a shock promotion to Serie A.
Inter’s Hernanes is convinced he has developed as a player since his arrival at San Siro in January.
Sevilla President Jose Castro says Coach Unai Emery is staying with the Andalusians and will sign a new contract on Tuesday.
Torino captain Kamil Glik has signed a two year contract extension that will keep him at the club until 2017.
Milan have placed on record their congratulations to former Coach Carlo Ancelotti after he won a third Champions League as a Coach.
The Sunday Telegraph report that Tottenham Hotspur will ask Carlo Ancelotti whether he is interested in returning to England.
It is reported that Manchester United forward Federico Macheda is close to sealing a move to Cardiff City.
Paul Pogba hopes that the progress he has made at Juventus this season will stand him in good stead at the World Cup.
Hernanes is ‘not afraid’ of the pressure that comes with playing for Brazil at a home World Cup.
Lazio could complete the signing of Stefan De Vrij from Feyenoord as soon as next week, it has been suggested.
Jan Vertonghen is happy to stay at Tottenham despite supposed interest from Roma and Napoli.
Steven Gerrard is hopeful that Luis Suarez will make his comeback from injury in time for Uruguay’s game with Italy.
Pepe Reina and Raul Albiol have been included in Spain’s 18-man squad for their friendly with Bolivia.
Inter are set to add new names in defence, midfield and attack, according to Gazzetta dello Sport this afternoon.
Gian Piero Gasperini wants to put his trust in the young players next season, but admits that is easier said than done.
Andrea Stramaccioni is the favourite to take over from Francesco Guidolin at Udinese, reports suggest.
Roma President James Pallotta has insisted that the capital club can become one of the biggest sports brands in the world.
Vincenzo Montella is desperate to add to all areas of the Fiorentina squad this summer, and has set his sights on two Tottenham players.
Milan’s scheduled meeting with Valencia yesterday did not happen, but the two clubs will discuss Adil Rami’s future soon.
Fernando Muslera has spoken of his love for Rome, and why coming up against Italy in the World Cup will be tough.
Roma are willing to sell Mehdi Benatia for €30m and have already lined up a series of potential replacements.
Benfica boss Jorge Jesus is the latest name to be linked with Milan, as Clarence Seedorf’s future looks increasingly untenable.
Nilton won’t be joining Inter, at least according to Cruzeiro’s sporting director Alexandre Mattos.
Daniele De Rossi has claimed that no matter how hard you try, you can never replicate the feeling of winning the World Cup.
Massimo Moratti has hit out at new Inter owner Erick Thohir, claiming that there’s ‘nothing to heal’.
Diego Simeone insisted he was ‘bitter not sad’ after Atletico Madrid lost in the Champions League final.

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