NEWS

Antonio Cassano has taken steps to help Parma avoid bankruptcy by giving up a large percentage of outstanding wages.
Sevilla fought back twice to beat determined Dnipro 3-2 and retain the Europa League with their fourth edition of the trophy.
Valencia are the latest club to approach Inter for contract rebel Samir Handanovic.
Relegated Cagliari announced a clear-out of their star names, including Daniele Conti and Andrea Cossu, but blamed Zdenek Zeman.
Milan target Carlo Ancelotti “needs to recharge his batteries,” revealed the ex-Real Madrid Coach’s wife.
Roma have reportedly prepared a four-year contract for ex-Milan and Schalke midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng.
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani “doubts” Mario Mandzukic will arrive, while “nothing is certain” for Carlo Ancelotti.
Antonio Conte’s lawyer insists he “absolutely wants to remain” as Italy Coach despite threats of a new betting scandal.
Paulo Dybala has arrived in Turin and will undergo his Juventus medical tomorrow, while Sami Khedira is also expected.
FIFA President Sepp Blatter released a statement insisting he “welcomes” investigations into corruption.
UEFA have called for Friday’s FIFA Presidential election to be “postponed” after a slew of high profile arrests.
Carlo Ancelotti had another meeting with Milan CEO Adriano Galliani today, but it lasted only an hour.
Multiple sources claim Udinese will remove Andrea Stramaccioni to hire ex-Atalanta boss Stefano Colantuono.
Mario Balotelli will “definitely stay” at Liverpool next season, said agent Mino Raiola.
Napoli could look to Luciano Spalletti, Jurgen Klopp, Unai Emery or Cesare Prandelli if they reach the Champions League.
Diego Armando Maradona felt vindicated by the FIFA corruption arrests. “People said I was crazy!”
Norberto Neto revealed he will “decide my future by next week,” as Juventus and Roma are among those interested.
Giorgio Chiellini believes he and Juventus have the key to stopping the Barcelona strikers. “You can’t man-mark them.”
Edu Vargas will return to Napoli and Mauricio Isla to Juventus after QPR declined their options for a permanent move.
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini reiterated Yaya Toure will not join Inter. “He’s very happy here.”
US attorney general Loretta Lynch has outlined the charges against various FIFA members, including bribes to award the 2010 World Cup to South Africa.
A final decision on whether to grant Genoa a UEFA licence will be made tomorrow, according to reports.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger admits ‘I like Arturo Vidal’, but says the English club are not ‘in transfer mode’.
Sami Khedira is expected to arrive in Turin today, flying in for a medical ahead of his proposed move to Juventus.
Gianluca Vialli says Serie A will only improve if the gap between Juventus and the other teams is closed.
Inter defender Juan Jesus insists Inter will have a stronger team next year - ‘to win the Coppa Italia and Scudetto’.
Fiorentina goalkeeper Neto says his agent will decide his next club - ‘I hope to define everything later this week’.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero hints Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic will leave to join Napoli at the end of the season.
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi is hopeful Carlo Ancelotti will return, but announces ‘there’s nothing new for now’.
FIFA has released a statement declaring that it is ‘fully co-operating’ with separate investigations into the organisation.
Napoli have said in a statement that tomorrow’s press conference will only cover issues concerning the club and not the future of Coach Rafa Benitez.
FIFA communications director Walter De Gregorio says that this week’s presidential elections will go ahead despite the arrests of FIFA officials.
The US Department of Justice has named the nine FIFA officials who were arrested in raids at a Zurich hotel this morning.
Torino have reportedly received a €17m offer from Bayern Munich for Italian international full-back Matteo Darmian.
Monaco midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia has reportedly emerged as an alternative to Yaya Toure after the Ivorian’s move was cast into doubt.

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