Juventus director Fabio Paratici confirmed they won’t announce a new Coach until “all competitions have concluded, but we never contacted Pep Guardiola.”
Fabio Quagliarella seeks the Capocannoniere title with Sampdoria, who host a revamped Juventus including Moise Kean and Matheus Pereira.
Torino finished the season in seventh place, earned their first home win over Lazio since December 2013 and gave Emiliano Moretti a good send-off.
Napoli ended the 2018-19 Serie A season by rattling the frame of the goal a record 27 times – and here they all are.
Roma will wear a special patch this evening marking Daniele De Rossi’s final appearance in the jersey.
Napoli have joined Juventus, Arsenal and Manchester United in pursuit of Roma defender Kostas Manolas, who is available for €36m.
Lazio director Igli Tare shrugged off speculation over Coach Simone Inzaghi. “He still has another year on his contract with us.”
Luka Jovic had been expected to join Real Madrid, but the Eintracht Frankfurt striker instead maintains “the Premier League or Serie A would suit me well.”
Moise Kean has reportedly agreed a new contract with Juventus until June 2024 that will quadruple his salary.
Max Allegri is set to achieve a remarkable record today, as he’ll use his 38th different Juventus starting XI in 38 Serie A games.
Inter must beat Empoli today for Champions League football, but Luciano Spalletti’s links with club, President and Coach go back a very long way.
Ignazio Abate and Tiemoue Bakayoko should start in their final Milan games, as they must beat SPAL, then hope Inter or Atalanta slip up.
Borussia Dortmund director Hans-Joachim Watzke hinted they are interested in Mario Mandzukic. “At the moment he’s at Juventus…”
Fiorentina and Genoa go head-to-head for Serie A safety this evening and there are many question marks over the two line-ups.
Juventus are inclined to sell Joao Cancelo this summer, with Manchester City and Manchester United ready for a €60m bidding war.
Inter are expected to start Matteo Politano, Stefan de Vrij and Mauro Icardi in the showdown with relegation-threatened Empoli.
Udinese Coach Igor Tudor believes that it was harder to avoid the drop this season than last year, as they had “more complicated matches this term.”
As we go into the final 90 minutes of the Serie A season, Atalanta, Inter, Milan and Roma are battling for two Champions League places.
The final day of the Serie A season is going to be vital for the futures of several clubs, with Genoa, Fiorentina and Empoli all at risk of relegation.
American billionaire Rocco Commisso tells Fiorentina fans he is “the only investor to have bought in Italy who was also born in Italy.”
Cagliari Coach Rolando Maran believes that seeing some of the big names sitting below them in the table means his side “have had a good season.”
Dries Mertens shrugged off transfer speculation after scoring in a 3-2 loss to Bologna. “I don’t think that was my last game with Napoli.”
Marco Giampaolo is still keeping tight-lipped on whether it’ll be his last Sampdoria game. “Only if I leave can you ask me what I’ll miss.”
Lazio have reportedly enquired after England international striker Danny Welbeck, whose contract with Arsenal expires next month.
Atalanta are on the verge of Champions League qualification, but the growth is not only on the field, as they are one of the few clubs who run at a profit.
Walter Mazzarri hasn’t lost hope of Torino entering Europe via a Milan FFP failure, but reveals Emiliano Moretti is “too emotional” to play his final game.
Multiple sources maintain Maurizio Sarri is likely to join Juventus and Fali Ramadani will help negotiate his release from Chelsea.
Juventus are prepared to offer Paulo Dybala and Alex Sandro in exchange for Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba, claims the Sunday Express.
Simone Inzaghi discussed his three years at the helm of Lazio and is proud to have “fought to the very end to achieve our targets.”
It’s reported Qatar Sports Investments are in talks to purchase Leeds United rather than Roma, whose owner Andrea Radrizzani could then buy Genoa.
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Carlo Ancelotti feels Napoli don’t convert enough of their chances and hinted a star name is on the way. “I do know, but I’m not telling you.”
Sinisa Mihajlovic explained how he turned Bologna’s season around and left the door open to remain next season. “I just tried to pass on my mentality.”
Cittadella earned a shock 3-0 away victory to knock Benevento out of the Serie B promotion play-off semi-finals, 4-2 on aggregate.
Rodrigo Palacio hopes Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic will stay with Bologna, but admits his own future at the Dall’Ara is also up in the air.