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Sulley Muntari says he didn’t hesitate when given the opportunity to leave Inter for San Siro rivals Milan.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Dutch defender Bram Nuytinck claims “Napoli and Juventus have been tracking me for some time. We’ll see what happens.”
Stevan Jovetic is likely to leave Fiorentina in June and join one of Europe’s top clubs, says Dejan Savicevic.
Lazio director Igli Tare launched a scathing attack on Roma, who “don’t have a winning project,” and asked for Thursday’s game with Cesena to be called off.
Francesco Guidolin tells Udinese they need to be “more ruthless” if they are to defeat Milan on Saturday and progress in the Europa League.
Italy have confirmed they will play a friendly against Jurgen Klinsmann’s USA at the Stadio Ferraris in Genoa.
On Wednesday Catania and Roma come back together to play the remaining 25 minutes of their game, but there are special rules involved.
Palermo’s Argentinean defender Matias Silvestre has told Cesare Prandelli he “would be proud to wear the Italy shirt.”
Milos Krasic’s agent would prefer Chelsea to Zenit, says his agent, as the player is dropped for Milan-Juventus.
There are reports Anzhi will offer Wesley Sneijder €10m per season to join his former Inter teammate Samuel Eto’o in Russia this month.
Inter hope to have Walter Samuel back in time for the Champions League against Olympique Marseille after tests confirmed a thigh strain.
Tommaso Rocchi has been diagnosed with a thigh strain, while Lazio also request for their game with Cesena to be moved forward.
Gianluigi Buffon has been named the best goalkeeper of the 21st Century by the International Federation of Football History and Statistics.
Massimo Ambrosini will only discuss a new contract with Milan once the season is over, but his agent confirms that retirement is not an option.
Eduardo Vargas will come good at Napoli, promises his agent, once he has settled into life in Italy and adapted to the Serie A climate.
Ahead of the Coppa Italia semi-final with Juventus, Max Allegri declares Milan are not in crisis and defends Zlatan Ibrahimovic after his weekend dismissal.
The agent to Maxi Lopez has given a ringing endorsement of his client, stating that he is ready to fill the void left by Zlatan Ibrahimovic at Milan.
Antonio Conte has declared that Juventus will do everything to beat Milan in the Coppa Italia, even as he confirms first-team changes will be made.
Vincenzo Montella has warned his Catania players that they must concentrate for each of the remaining 25 minutes of their abandoned fixture with Roma.
Claudio Marchisio has admitted that his Juventus side need to be better prepared when facing Serie A’s smaller clubs.
Former Italy and Milan boss Arrigo Sacchi will be keeping an eye on the development of Pescara young gun Lorenzo Insigne.
Palermo have conceded that Fabrizio Miccoli is playing himself towards a new contract at the Stadio Barbera.
Parma’s Italian international Sebastian Giovinco has been compared to the legendary Gianfranco Zola by Roberto Donadoni.
Luis Enrique insists his Roma side can’t dream of the Scudetto just yet on the eve of their interrupted game against Catania.
Pippo Inzaghi feels that the three-game suspension handed to Milan teammate Zlatan Ibrahimovic is excessive.
Zenit St Petersburg officials have flown out to Turin to discuss the possible signing of Milos Krasic from Juventus.
Bologna have confirmed that they have asked for Sunday’s kick-off time for their game against Juventus to be moved.
The agent of Gianluigi Buffon says that there is no meeting planed with Juventus to discuss a contract extension.
Diego Milito says he would happily welcome fellow Argentines Carlos Tevez and Rodrigo Palacio to Italian giants Inter.
League leaders Juventus could be without Simone Pepe for this weekend’s Serie A game against Bologna.
Ruud Gullit has joked that the stress of the title race could see Juventus boss Antonio Conte lose his hair – for a second time.
Italy boss Cesare Prandelli has refused to rule out Antonio Cassano, Giuseppe Rossi, Francesco Totti or Antonio Di Natale for Euro 2012 selection.
Parma are hoping to mirror Ajax’s ability of unearthing and developing stars of the future, says boss Roberto Donadoni.
Inter captain Javier Zanetti has admitted that the club have put their Scudetto dream on hold. “We have to finish third.”

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