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.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta reiterated Alvaro Morata “wants to stay, but it depends on Real Madrid,” and expects a tough Scudetto battle next year.
Sampdoria director Carlo Osti insists he has “cleared the air” with Vincenzo Montella and Antonio Cassano after “saying things that could’ve been avoided.”
It’s the final weekend of the season, so join us for full coverage of Juventus-Sampdoria Scudetto celebrations, Milan-Roma, Napoli-Frosinone and Sassuolo-Inter for Europe.
Juventus end their Serie A season with the Scudetto trophy, starting Paulo Dybala and Giorgio Chiellini against Sampdoria.
Antonio Di Natale spoke ahead of his final Udinese appearance after “12 incredible years. I’m happy with the choices I made.”
Jorge Sampaoli confirmed there is “a very good chance” he could take the Lazio job, “but there’s still a mountain of issues to clarify.”
Roma have released a statement denying “completely groundless” reports Juventus agreed to buy Miralem Pjanic.
Paulo Sousa said Fiorentina will “try to make the most of this energy from our extraordinary fans” next season.
Gigi De Canio assures Udinese will give their best against Carpi and try to give Antonio Di Natale a suitable send-off.
Atalanta winger Alejandro ‘Papu’ Gomez is now an Italian citizen and could play for the Azzurri.
Carlo Ancelotti praises Claudio Ranieri’s Leicester City and will “put my hand in the fire” for Antonio Conte at Chelsea.
Carlo Ancelotti looks back over his career and ahead to Bayern Munich. “At Chelsea I won the Double. Sacked. At Real Madrid La Decima. Sacked.”
Inter aren’t the only options for Manchester City defender Pablo Zabaleta, said his agent. “Roma are very interested, his move to Italy is possible.”
Torino captain Kamil Glik is expected to walk away this summer, as Zenit, Tottenham, Leicester and Borussia Dortmund are interested.
If Jorge Sampaoli takes the Lazio job, he could ask to swap Lucas Biglia with Inter midfielder Gary Medel.
Inter have reportedly staged a swoop for PSV Eindhoven defender Jeffrey Bruma, but the price-tag is at least €8m.
Sassuolo patron Giorgio Squinzi urged Silvio Berlusconi to sell Milan and warned “we deserve the Europa League spot.”
Juventus will be wearing their new kit for the 2016-17 campaign this afternoon against Sampdoria.
Vincenzo Montella reveals he “was a Milan fan,” looked back over his playing career and the difficult rapport with Francesco Totti.
Mediaset claim Juventus have already agreed to pay Miralem Pjanic’s €38m release clause, so now it’s up to the Roma midfielder.
Lorenzo Tonelli is “very close” to a Napoli transfer, confirmed the Empoli defender’s agent. “They are his first choice.”
Vincenzo Montella reiterated he’d love to take the Italy job and “surprises can happen from one moment to the next.”
Matheus Pereira was spotted in Milan for his meeting with Juventus, but the Corinthians talent could now sign for Empoli.
Udinese Coach Gigi De Canio is being tipped to take over at Blackburn Rovers next season.
“Gonzalo Higuain is currently the best striker in the world,” claims former Milan and Italy defender Alessandro Costacurta.
Olympique Marseille are said to be interested in a swoop for Inter centre-back Juan Jesus.
Roberto Stellone is a former Napoli player, but insists Frosinone can spoil their end of season party this evening.
After Juventus celebrate the Scudetto against Sampdoria, it’s a triple bill for Europe tonight with Napoli-Frosinone, Milan-Roma and Sassuolo-Inter.
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Chelsea goalkeeper Asmir Begovic said Antonio Conte has already impressed the squad. “He is one of the world’s best and he spoke in English.”
Inter and Valencia are the favourites to sign Florian Thauvin if Newcastle United opt to sell rather than extend his Marseille loan.
Pro Vercelli earned a surprise last-gasp victory away to Perugia and moved closer to Serie B safety.