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Fiorentina President Rocco Commisso wants Dusan Vlahovic to stay at the Artemio Franchi, but Giancarlo Rinaldi wonders if La Viola will be strong enough to keep hold of the promising striker.
Inter will solve their short-term financial issues with a bridging loan, but Richard Hall wonders if Antonio Conte will receive enough guarantees to remain in charge.
Milan humiliated Juventus in Turin, proving they deserve to play Champions League football next season instead of Andrea Pirlo’s side, writes Lorenzo Bettoni from the Allianz Stadium.
The new Coppa Italia format has caused controversy and Richard Hall argues it is ironic the plan was developed by those who said to be ‘firmly against’ the Super League.
Maurizio Sarri was criticised for his use of N’Golo Kante at Chelsea, but Kaustubh Pandey believes the Italian tactician deserves credit for the evolution of the Blues midfielder.
The Special One is back in Serie A, and Owen Diana highlights a trio of problems that the Portuguese must solve to get Roma back on track.
Inter have won the 19th Scudetto in their history, and Richard Hall explains why this title means more than the others.
Inter are preparing the Scudetto celebrations, but the next few days could also shape whether this project grows or withers on the vine, writes Richard Hall.
With Milan announcing the extension of Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s contract, Fabio De Dominicis analyses whether or not extending the striker’s stay at the San Siro is a costly risk worth taking.
Zlatan Ibrahimović has signed a new contract with Milan, but the search for a long-term solution up front continues into the summer, writes Matthew Santangelo.
The Portuguese was on his way out even before Thursday's thrashing in Manchester, and Owen Diana suggests the heavy Old Trafford defeat mirrors his two-year spell in the Capital.
The proposed Super League project collapsed within 48 hours of being announced and highlighted several communication issues within the clubs, writes Lorenzo Bettoni.
The Super League seems to have collapsed, but Giancarlo Rinaldi argues, it taught us an important lesson about how the top European clubs are perceived.
Juventus returned to reality in their 3-1 win against Parma with their President Andrea Agnelli in the stands after days of talks and controversy about the Super League, writes Lorenzo Bettoni from Turin.
Richard Hall imagines Super League matches played in USA or China and explains why the 12 clubs are not too worried about their fans’ protests.
All of La Lupa’s eggs are in the Europa League basket ahead of Thursday’s trip to Manchester, and Owen Diana fears that a rough recent run in Serie A could harm preparations for that massive match.
What if the Super League announcement was just a cynical bargaining tool for the big clubs to get the Champions League terms they want from UEFA? Susy Campanale sees this as one giant gamble.
The English giants will provide a tough test in the Europa League semifinals, but Owen Diana argues La Lupa have the tools to hurt their illustrious foe after two impressive displays against Ajax.