NEWS

Amid reports Giuseppe Sannino has told Palermo he wants to leave, general manager Giorgio Perinetti admits “there are some problems.”
Joaquin’s agent admits he “cannot hide” interest from Fiorentina, but assured they’ll wait until Malaga have concluded their campaign.
Lazio captain Stefano Mauri admits the Coppa Italia Final against Roma “is the most important game of my career.”
Vladimir Petkovic is fully aware tomorrow’s Coppa Italia Final against Roma “leads to a triple objective.”
Roma and Lazio ultras have reportedly made a pact to avoid clashes before Sunday’s Coppa Italia Final.
Edinson Cavani’s father won’t rule out a longer Napoli stay, but “if he does leave then I think his future will be in Spain.”
Roma go into the Coppa Italia Final tomorrow, but director Franco Baldini admits “Zdenek Zeman was not the right choice.”
Roma have named their squad for the Coppa Italia Final with Lazio, to be played on Sunday evening at 17.00 UK time.
The Milan summit has been put back to Thursday, while PSG join Roma in the race to secure Massimiliano Allegri.
Walter Mazzarri’s first transfer target at Inter is Mauricio Isla, so Andrea Ranocchia could go to Juventus as part of an exchange.
Milan could make a bid for CSKA Moscow man Keisuke Honda if Kevin-Prince Boateng moves to Monaco.
Juventus have asked their fans to vote for the new phrase printed on the inside of the shirt collar.
Roma President James Pallotta is “very confident we’ll take home the Coppa Italia” ahead of tomorrow’s Final with Lazio.
David Pizarro’s sudden desire to leave Fiorentina could be so he can reunite with Luciano Spalletti at Zenit.
While Max Allegri will meet President Silvio Berlusconi on Monday, Botafogo insist candidate Clarence Seedorf “is not going to Milan.”
Edinson Cavani shot down reports he’s agreed terms with Real Madrid. “Right now my only thought is for Napoli.”
Gigi Simoni is confident Walter Mazzarri will bring the best out of Inter. “He is a winner who worked miracles, but this is no simple task.”
Rafa Benitez is due to take over at Napoli and will raid the Premier League, targeting Liverpool’s Lucas Leiva and Jan Vertonghen of Tottenham.
Italy will begin their get-together on Monday – except for Roma and Lazio players – ahead of the San Marino friendly on May 31.
Inter have new Coach Walter Mazzarri and Esteban Cambiasso is already thinking about the future. “We can’t look at the past now.”
There are reports from Spain that Real Madrid agreed terms with Edinson Cavani, but have not yet struck a deal with Napoli.
Fiorentina have reportedly secured deals for Malaga star Joaquin and former Bolton full-back Marcos Alonso.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Inter President Massimo Moratti explained his decision to bring in Walter Mazzarri. “We needed a Coach with his experience.”
Inter have officially sacked Andrea Stramaccioni and brought in former Napoli Coach Walter Mazzarri.
The agent of Ciro Immobile has claimed that his client is not thinking about his future just yet.
Juventus have signed a partnership with French club SC Bastia, according to Press reports on Friday.
Paris Saint-Germain attacker Ezequiel Lavezzi has opened the door to a potential return to Serie A.
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis has made a dramatic u-turn on comments that Rafael Benitez will become their next Coach.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito believes that League position will have no bearing on the Coppa Italia final.
Milan forward Robinho has admitted that he has to play more football is he's to be picked for the Brazilian national team.
Agent Ernesto Bronzetti believes that Juventus would not sell Arturo Vidal 'for all the money in the world'.
Alexis Sanchez has once again confirmed he will stay at Barcelona despite rumours of interest from a number of Serie A sides.
Inter President Massimo Moratti has refused to comment on whether Andrea Stramaccioni will be sacked.
Zenit St Petersburg boss Luciano Spalletti has insisted that both Roma and Lazio deserve to win the Coppa Italia.

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