Join us for the build-up and action from the final Serie A games of the season, including Milan-Fiorentina, Napoli-Crotone and Lazio-Inter.
Luciano Spalletti maintains Inter “can be happy” with what they have achieved this season, even if they don’t beat Lazio to the Champions League.
Manchester United have joined the race for Atletico Madrid right-back Sime Vrsaljko, also wanted by Inter and Napoli.
Lazio and Inter face a Champions League showdown on the final day, but the Biancocelesti can still finish third.
Gigi Di Biagio named his squad for the Italy Under-21 friendlies against Portugal and France, including Patrick Cutrone and Enrico Brignola.
Roberto Mancini has named his first Italy squad for friendlies against Saudi Arabia, France and the Netherlands, including Mario Balotelli.
Eusebio Di Francesco is relatively confident Alisson will remain at Roma and looks forward to facing his old club Sassuolo.
Genoa are due to sign Olimpia Ljubljana goalkeeper Rok Vodisek next week with a medical set for Tuesday.
New Italy Coach Roberto Mancini will name his first squad today, expected to include Mario Balotelli, Bryan Cristante and Matteo Politano.
Roberto De Zerbi confirmed he “will not be the Coach of Benevento” next season after offers from Cagliari and Sassuolo.
Cengiz Under says Roma’s remaining aim for the season is “to finish third ahead of Lazio, because we’re better”.
Gianluca Rocchi has been confirmed as the referee for the Champions League showdown between Lazio and Inter on Sunday night.
Genoa are reportedly close to signing Olimpija Ljubljana goalkeeper Rok Vodisek, who was also linked with Napoli and Sassuolo.
Sassuolo owner Giorgio Squinzi throws Coach Beppe Iachini’s future into doubt saying “his game doesn’t seem suited” to the squad’s characteristics.
Alessandro Florenzi wants Roma to make their Champions League semi-final “not a point of arrival, but a starting point for the future.”
Sassuolo’s CEO has revealed that he sees Domenico Berardi as a ‘bandiera’ for the Neroverdi and Matteo Politano at a ‘big club’ one day.
Lazio director Igli Tare implied that Inter “played dirty” on Stefan de Vrij and “we saw how that ended up” with defeat to Sassuolo.
Mauro Icardi admits his Inter future is up in the air. “If it’s good for the team that I stay, then I’ll stay, otherwise I will leave.”
Beppe Iachini reveals Inter and the media inadvertently motivated Sassuolo by showing “a lack of respect and being downright offensive.”
Luciano Spalletti confessed Inter players were “distraught” after losing to Sassuolo and effectively ruining their top four ambitions.