NEWS

Juventus midfielder Claudio Marchisio’s knee injury could keep him out until late-November, according to reports.
It’s reported that Manchester United are willing to offer €50m for Juventus striker Alvaro Morata.
French champions Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly interested in Inter’s Samir Handanovic.
Jorge Sampaoli’s move to Lazio will be decided one way or another in the next 10 days, according to reports.
Coach Roberto Donadoni says Bologna will start “important evaluations” for next season on Monday.
Verona Coach Luigi Del Neri assures Carpi that “we’ll do our best” against Palermo.
Palermo Coach Davide Ballardini admits “no-one will remember” recent good performances if they go down today.
It’s reported Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri spoke to Roma’s Miralem Pjanic to convince him to move to Turin.
President James Pallotta confirms Roma have offered Francesco Totti a new deal - “I don't know why he hasn't already accepted”.
Fabrizio Castori is confident Carpi can win at Udinese tonight, though Serie A safety depends also on Palermo’s result.
Pescara warned Napoli and Leicester target Gianluca Lapadula “won’t go for less than €10m” after scoring 26 goals.
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Roberto Stellone was impressed by Napoli, but looks to the early Frosinone red card for dissent.
Milan goalkeeper Christian Abbiati admits he “didn’t expect my farewell to be like this” after retiring.
Eusebio Di Francesco claims Sassuolo “is the ideal place to work” for a Coach and he’s cheering on Juventus to beat Milan.
Cristian Brocchi was furious with his Milan players after their 3-1 defeat to Roma. “Attitude and hunger were totally lacking.”
Aurelio De Laurentiis and Maurizio Sarri held a joint Press conference, announcing Napoli have bought Lorenzo Tonelli.
Luciano Spalletti said Roma “must tip our hat to Napoli and Juventus, because they did better” after finishing in third place.
Roberto Mancini warned Inter must “understand what direction we’re going in and what our objectives are.”
Gonzalo Higuain was understandably emotional after setting the new Serie A all-time scoring record with 36 goals.
Sassuolo have finished the season in sixth position after beating 10-man Inter, but must wait to know if they’re in Europe.
Roma humiliated Cristian Brocchi’s Milan at San Siro, though ultimately the result made no difference for either side.
Gonzalo Higuain’s hat-trick made history as the all-time Serie A top scorer and put Napoli in the Champions League.
Roma director Mauro Baldissoni confirmed they “offered Francesco Totti another year as a player, we’re waiting for a response.”
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani discussed Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Mario Balotelli, Manuel Locatelli and Europa League qualification.
Max Allegri reflected on the Juventus comeback to win their fifth Serie A title in a row. “I like a challenge.”
Napoli can secure automatic Champions League access with a win over Frosinone, but Gonzalo Higuain can also make history.
Sassuolo have to do without Domenico Berardi as they host Inter in a must-win game for sixth place.
Milan unleash Mario Balotelli and Tomas Locatelli as Stephan El Shaarawy returns to San Siro with a Roma jersey in a Euro showdown.
Alessio Romagnoli admits facing his old club is “an emotional occasion” for the Milan defender.
Join us for tonight’s European deciders and Gonzalo Higuain record-breaking bid in Napoli-Frosinone, Milan-Roma and Sassuolo-Inter.
Paulo Dybala said “I cannot ask for more” from his debut Serie A season after bagging a brace against Sampdoria.
Juventus celebrated their fifth consecutive Scudetto with a 5-0 thrashing of 10-man Sampdoria, including Paulo Dybala’s brace and a Giorgio Chiellini scorcher.
Cesena joined Bari, Trapani and Pescara in the Serie B promotion play-offs, while Livorno gave themselves hope and Cagliari went top.
Marco Giampaolo confirmed he is leaving Empoli this summer and commented on those Milan rumours.