Stefano Pioli won’t rule out a push for Europa League places, but tries to keep Fiorentina focused after their 2-1 win away to Torino.
Eusebio Di Francesco praised Roma for their patience and cool heads to break down Crotone, but wants more “fun playing football.”
Marco Giampaolo says Sampdoria are starting to show their limitations and will remain ‘in limbo’ as long as they continue to sell their best players.
Atalanta ran riot at Verona with a Josip Ilicic hat-trick, Fiorentina and VAR took down Torino, but Cagliari turned Benevento around in stoppages.
It was a five-goal thriller at San Siro, as Milan went in front, fell behind to Chievo, turned it around again to win 3-2 and saw a penalty saved.
Roma continued their strong run of form with a hard-fought victory at Crotone thanks to Stephan El Shaarawy and Radja Nainggolan.
Join us for the action as it happens from today’s eight Serie A games, including Sampdoria-Inter, Crotone-Roma, Milan-Chievo and Napoli-Genoa.
Luciano Spalletti hints his harsh criticism of Inter last week was to prompt a reaction, as they thumped Sampdoria 5-0. “I know what guarantees defeat.”
Roma director of sport Monchi assures they are “not afraid of losing” Alisson Becker and haven’t received any offers for the goalkeeper.
Mauro Icardi said he “wanted to reach 100 goals and then just kept going” after Inter crushed Sampdoria 5-0, but “it’s right” he won’t go to Argentina.
Mauro Icardi broke his goal drought in spectacular style, netting four goals – including a 14-minute hat-trick – as Inter crushed Sampdoria 5-0.
Check out all the official line-ups from today’s afternoon Serie A games, including Crotone-Roma, Milan-Chievo, Torino-Fiorentina and Verona-Atalanta.
Milan need to pour all their focus on to Serie A and host a Chievo side in utter crisis, relying on Patrick Cutrone and Suso.
Roma aim to keep the momentum going and start Stephan El Shaarawy, but Crotone are desperate for points and fresh from humiliating Sampdoria.
Mauro Icardi has made history as the sixth-youngest player to reach 100 Serie A goals, aged just 25 years and 27 days.
Inter director Piero Ausilio assures Luciano Spalletti doesn’t think his team lacks quality, denies scouting Bernard, but is tight-lipped on Stefan de Vrij.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero prepares to face Inter and warns potential Lucas Torreira buyers. “You’d best bring the money.”
Inter’s Eder says his side must give ‘more than 100 per cent’ to force victory against Sampdoria.
Nice striker Mario Balotelli called Paris Saint-Germain “a Ligue 1 team on the same level as Guingamp, because money buys players, not a team.”
Sampdoria’s Duvan Zapata wants his side to bounce back from last weekend’s surprise defeat to Crotone against Inter.
Paris Saint-Germain are the latest club to be linked with a summer transfer move for Juventus’ Alex Sandro.
It is reported that Nikola Kalinic could leave Milan in the summer after his exclusion from the Rossoneri squad.
Mauro Icardi returns to face his former club and hopes to end his goal drought, as Inter and Sampdoria both need points for Europe.
Giorgio Chiellini is an injury doubt for Italy’s friendlies with Argentina and England, with Angelo Ogbonna added to the Azzurri squad.
Cagliari Coach Diego Lopez says his side need to be even better against Benevento than they were against Lazio.
Fabio Pecchia says his Verona side are in ‘a positive moment’ ahead of their home clash with Atalanta.
Under-pressure Chievo boss Rolando Maran admits it has been ‘a week of reflection’ as his side prepare to face Milan.
It is reported that Inter have opened talks with Roma over the potential signing of Kevin Strootman.
Walter Mazzarri wants Torino to play as they can for the full 90 minutes against Fiorentina this afternoon.
Valencia Coach Marcelino insists the permanent signing of Geoffrey Kondogbia from Inter is ‘a done deal.’
It is reported that English Championship side Wolves are poised to make an audacious summer move for Milan’s Andre Silva.
This has unexpectedly turned into a huge opportunity for Napoli to narrow the gap on leaders Juventus, but Genoa are no pushovers.
Today's Italian sports headlines in English from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Inter are not said to be concerned despite reports in Argentina that Borussia Dortmund offered €32.5m for Lautaro Martinez.
Max Allegri admits Juventus didn’t match SPAL’s determination and “it’s only human to miss a beat and lack energy once in a while.”