Pioli: ‘Don’t blame Felipe Anderson’
Coach Stefano Pioli says Felipe Anderson’s struggles are down to the whole Lazio team.
City ask for Paredes?
Manchester City have reportedly made an enquiry about Roma midfielder Leandro Paredes.
Rudiger misses Roma training
Antonio Rudiger missed Roma training today, but is not expected to miss the trip to Carpi.
Del Neri: ‘Verona will attack’
Coach Luigi Del Neri insists “Verona will come to Rome to win tomorrow” against Lazio.
Kone: ‘Great Fiorentina opportunity’
Panagiotis Kone believes he has a “great opportunity” with Fiorentina, and is ready to face Inter.
Telles: ‘Fiorentina game crucial’
Alex Telles admits Inter’s trip to Fiorentina is “a decisive match” in the race for Champions League football.
Lippi: ‘Knew Juve would be back’
Marcello Lippi says he knew “Juventus were not a goner” and praises Napoli Coach Maurizio Sarri.
Schelotto agent: ‘Best for everyone’
Guillermo Barros Schelotto’s agent says leaving Palermo was “the best decision for the club and himself”.
Matavz: ‘Good first impressions’
New Genoa striker Tim Matavz says his ‘first impressions are good’ and that he’s ‘ready to face Milan’.
Schelotto: ‘No license, no coaching’
Guillermo Barros Schelotto explains ‘I don’t have the license so I can’t coach’ after leaving Palermo.
Koulibaly leads Napoli renewals
Kalidou Koulibaly’s agent reportedly began contract talks with Napoli yesterday, but the club also want to extend four other players’ deals.
Cannavaro: ‘Napoli, Juve will slow’
Fabio Cannavaro thinks Napoli and Juventus 'will slow down’ and admits ‘my heart is divided’ about who to support.
Ancelotti: ‘Finish career with Italy’
Carlo Ancelotti says ‘I could finish my career with Italy at the 2030 World Cup’ and says he’s ‘working hard’ to learn German.
Official: Schelotto leaves Palermo
Palermo have officially announced that Guillermo Barros Schelotto has left after UEFA failed to accept his coaching license as valid.
Ranieri: ‘Strange Leicester year’
Claudio Ranieri says Leicester are ‘having a strange year’ but that ‘we’ll continue to target the Premier League top spots.’
‘I’d watch Leicester over Juve-Napoli’
Claudio Ranieri would ‘rather watch Leicester than Juve-Napoli’, but doesn’t believe the Turin clash will be decisive.
Moratti: ‘Not selling shares’
Former Inter President Massimo Moratti clarifies that ‘I have no intention of selling my shares.’
Report: Schelotto leaves Palermo
Widespread reports say Palermo Coach Guillermo Barros Schelotto has left after failing to obtain the necessary paperwork.
Sousa makes Viola peace
Fiorentina Coach Paulo Sousa has reportedly made peace with the club after a meeting with President Mario Cognigni.
New Adriano bid from China
Reports say Milan have rejected a bid for Luiz Adriano from Alberto Zaccheroni’s Beijing Guoan.
Simeone Inter’s first choice?
Atletico Madrid’s Diego Simeone reportedly leads Inter’s five man shortlist of potential successors to Roberto Mancini.
What the papers say...
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Tare: 'Lazio lack grit'
Lazio director Igli Tare admits the team “lacks grit,” but stands up for under-fire Felipe Anderson.
Allegri: 'No truth in Chelsea talk'
Juventus boss Max Allegri assured “there is absolutely no truth” in reports he will take over at Chelsea next season.
Sarri to discuss renewal
Napoli will meet Maurizio Sarri to discuss extending his contract after Saturday’s Scudetto showdown with Juventus.
Thohir to sell Inter shares?
New reports suggest Inter President Erick Thohir isn’t trying to replace Massimo Moratti, but rather sell his own shares.
River on Vangioni and Mammana
River Plate President Rodolfo D’Onofrio confirmed Leonel Vangioni to Milan, while Napoli and the Rossoneri like Emanuel Mammana.
Niang: 'I never wanted Leicester'
M’Baye Niang “never thought of leaving Milan, even though some people thought I was already at Leicester.”
Baresi likes young Milan
Milan legend Franco Baresi is increasingly impressed with the young team and feels this weekend will be crucial.
Olimpico changes announced
The Stadio Olimpico barriers will remain, but more stewards and fewer police will be used after a meeting with Roma and Lazio.
Lapadula 'proud' of Juve interest
Gianluca Lapadula is “proud to be of interest to Juventus,” but hopes to face them with Pescara next season.
Ferrero: 'Samp accounts in order'
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero again denied his finances are in trouble. “I’ll take them to court.”
Roma: 'Olimpico meeting went well'
Roma director Mauro Baldissoni said today’s meeting with the council “went well” to end the Olimpico ultras stand-off.
Roma fear Iturbe-Doumbia return
Roma could get Juan Manuel Iturbe and Seydou Doumbia back, as Bournemouth and Newcastle don’t seem eager to make the moves permanent.
Marcelo doubt for Roma too
Marcelo has joined Gareth Bale on the Real Madrid treatment table and both are likely to miss Roma in the Champions League.
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