NEWS

Former Italy CT Giovanni Trapattoni says the doubts over the future of Rafa Benitez will not affect Napoli’s players.
Udinese Coach Andrea Stramaccioni insists he’s building a ‘new cycle’ and this was agreed as ‘year zero’ for the Zebrette.
Captain Gianluigi Buffon says Antonio Conte’s Italy side is just like the Juventus team which won three Scudetti.
Mattia Destro will reportedly be playing for his Milan future over the last 10 games of the Serie A season.
It’s reported that Miralem Pjanic could leave Roma this summer should the club fail to make the Champions League.
Reports this morning are linking Domenico Criscito with Fiorentina, but his agent insists he’s heard nothing.
It’s reported that Milan have added Eusebio Di Francesco and Giampiero Ventura to the list of candidates to replace Pippo Inzaghi.
Inter are said to be in advanced negotiations to bring Udinese’s Brazilian midfielder Allan to San Siro.
Parma striker Raffaele Palladino says he wants to stay with the club, even if that means dropping down to Serie D.
Today's front page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Sampdoria director Carlo Osti explained the Niklas Moisander swoop and hopes to keep Matias Silvestre.
Mario Rui’s agent said the left-back has “many offers and will certainly not stay at Empoli” next season.
Inter striker Lukas Podolski was on target in Germany’s 2-2 friendly draw with Australia.
Suso said he has found his “ideal position” on Milan’s right wing and is “read to play.”
Pippo Inzaghi said Suso’s performance against Reggiana “can make it difficult” to leave him out of the Milan side.
England have lost yet another player from their squad to face Italy, as Tottenham defender Danny Rose pulled out.
Felipe Anderson’s agent committed to Lazio and said “it’s a good sign Manchester City are coming to see him.”
Verona star Luca Toni could be forced to pay €1.7m to the German Catholic Church for failing to pay a religious tax.
Suso might finally get a chance at Milan after he scored a sensational brace in their 3-0 friendly win over Reggiana.
Italy continued experimenting in training ahead of Saturday’s Euro 2016 qualifier against Bulgaria.
Seydou Keita and Francesco Totti sustained no serious damage, but still have a knee and thigh injury respectively.
The Corriere dello Sport calculates it would actually help Inter if they didn’t qualify for the Europa League.
Juventus Coach Max Allegri wins the Enzo Bearzot Award for his “ability to combine results with good football.”
Sampdoria midfielder Roberto Soriano is attracting interest from Schalke 04, Inter and Manchester City.
Cesena have officially signed teenage Russian goalkeeper Artem Makarov on a free transfer.
Antonio Conte said Italy’s qualification for Under-21 and Under-17 tournaments is “immensely satisfying.”
Tottenham and Aston Villa are reported to be interested in Lazio centre-forward Miroslav Klose.
Argentina goalkeeper Sergio Romero confirmed he’ll leave Sampdoria this summer for a club in “Italy, Spain or England.”
Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United still hope to sign Felipe Anderson for €45m despite his Lazio contract extension.
Douglas Maicon could terminate his Roma contract by mutual consent over the summer, it’s claimed.
Parma are set for another points penalty after President Giampietro Manenti was deferred to the Disciplinary Commission.
Winger Antonio Candreva praises Coach Antonio Conte's 'maniacal' attention to detail, whilst discussing Lazio's objectives.
Fiorentina striker Giuseppe Rossi visited the Azzurri team as they trained in Coverciano, but did not speak to reporters.
Inter have announced that Dodo's surgery was a success, though no recovery time has been given.
Antonio Candreva defends the oriundi, saying they add 'extra value' to the national team, and discusses tactics.

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