NEWS

Hristo Stoichkov believes Barcelona will beat Juventus “by two clear goals” in the Champions League Final.
Juventus have made a €15m bid for Fluminense’s Gerson, according to reports in Brazil.
The FIGC has released its list of clubs which have been granted a UEFA licence, with Genoa not among the names.
Former Juventus and Barcelona defender Lilian Thuram says Gigi Buffon will be at ‘200 per cent’ in the Champions League final.
Massimo Zanetti, one of the names linked with taking over Parma, says he is not interested in buying the club.
Both sides look set to deploy a back-three in tonight's Coppa Italia final between Juventus and Lazio.
Palermo striker Paulo Dybala’s Juventus medical could take place on Monday, according to reports.
Lega Serie B President Andrea Abodi wants tougher sentences for match-fixing, but points out ‘currently our League is not involved’.
A final decision on Milan’s proposed new stadium in the Portello area will reportedly arrive on May 30.
Former Inter Coach Mircea Lucescu believes it’s ‘not a surprise’ to see Juventus in the Champions League final.
Empoli Coach Maurizio Sarri has fuelled rumours about a possible departure by saying he doesn’t know what will happen this summer.
Reports say that Roma have turned their attentions to Sampdoria’s Sergio Romero in their hunt for a new goalkeeper.
Inter vice-President says Mauro Icardi working professionally despite ongoing contract disputes, as well as discussing former teammates and Juventus’ success.
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi is ‘disgusted’ with the latest match-fixing scandal, while FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio demands monitoring of directors.
Inter vice-President Javier Zanetti believes a deal for Yaya Toure is very close and that Thiago Motta could offer a lot to the Nerazzurri.
Inter are believed to have targeted Parma goalkeeper Antonio Mirante and are understood to be keen on keeping Rodrigo Palacio at the club.
Juventus are reportedly edging closer to finalising deals for Palermo forward Paulo Dybala and Paris Saint-Germain striker Edinson Cavani.
Reports suggest that Milan have joined rivals Inter in the chase to sign Borussia Dortmund striker Ciro Immobile this summer.
Napoli Coach Rafa Benitez will reportedly meet President Aurelio De Laurentiis this morning to confirm his departure from the club.
Today's front-page headlines from The Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Villarreal have joined Milan and Sassuolo in chasing Atalanta midfielder Daniele Baselli.
Daniel Osvaldo is in trouble again after he was placed under investigation for insulting comments on Twitter.
Cagliari midfielder Godfred Donsah had been close to PSV Eindhoven, but West Ham reportedly stepped up a gear.
Italy Under-21 Coach Gigi Di Biagio warned “there are too many foreign players, so our choices are limited.”
Angelo Ogbonna is expected to leave Juventus this summer amid reports of a Liverpool-Tottenham bidding war.
Leeds United chief Massimo Cellino denied suggestions he could go back to Cagliari after their relegation.
Sky Sport Italia claim Inter are waiting for Yaya Toure to make a ‘grand gesture’ demanding Manchester City sell him.
Lucas Biglia could well feature in the Coppa Italia Final against Juventus after being called up by Lazio.
Stefano Mauri gives Lazio advice for the Coppa Italia Final and Rome Derby. “Our entire season in four days.”
Stefano Pioli admits the Lazio-Juventus Coppa Italia Final is “the most important game of my career and I’m enjoying it.”
Daniele De Rossi confirms “I was close to an experience abroad” and hints at following Steven Gerrard to the MLS.
Arturo Vidal said he could “stay at Juventus for a lifetime, as I am happy and it’s one of the best teams in the world.”
Giorgio Chiellini explained why it’s “impossible” for Juventus to be sated and has “no problem” with Luis Suarez.
Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini praised Lazio striker Felipe Anderson ahead of the Coppa Italia Final.
Napoli Coach Rafa Benitez is reportedly in talks with Real Madrid after turning down an offer from West Ham.

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