NEWS

Milan-owned striker M’Baye Niang confirms he’d “like another year at Genoa” after impressing on loan.
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio hailed the “epoch-making reforms” that should prevent another Parma scenario.
Sampdoria Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic is observing Maurizio Sarri’s Empoli in training to learn his techniques.
Alessandro Lucarelli said “the first battle is won” after the FIGC passed the laws Parma wanted to avoid future cases.
Cesare Maldini hopes Milan will not sack Pippo Inzaghi. “I don’t see what more he could do there.”
Sassuolo President Giorgio Squinzi said Simone Zaza “won’t necessarily” go to Juventus or anywhere else.
Luciano Moggi insists his Calciopoli fight “is not over” and joked Inter didn’t win “because they were incapable idiots.”
Italy’s Euro 2016 qualifier against Bulgaria will be officiated by Slovenian referee Damir Skomina.
There are reports Liverpool are sending scouts to view Inter midfielder Mateo Kovacic, hoping he can repeat Philippe Coutinho’s path.
Luciano Spalletti’s assistant manager at Zenit said it would be “fantastic” if they replaced Rafa Benitez at Napoli.
Marco Storari believes Gigi Buffon is still the best goalkeeper in the world, and discusses Juventus’ aims.
Milan defender Philippe Mexes admits it will be ‘difficult’ to qualify for Europe but ‘we have to do our best’.
Jeremy Menez says Milan ‘deserve’ to qualify for the Europa League, and assures fans he’s happy at San Siro.
Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal admits ‘it annoys me’ when people talk about his knee, insisting he’s at ‘100 per cent’.
Udinese sporting director Cristiano Giaretta insists Andrea Stramaccioni is doing a good job, but stops short of committing to a renewal.
Marco Storari says he’s ‘optimistic’ he’ll be offered a new contract with Juventus before the end of the season.
Leonardo Bonucci admits that Juventus’ Champions League draw could be considered ‘lucky’, but warns they must respect Monaco.
Leonardo Bonucci believes that the door is not closed for Mario Balotelli’s international career, even if he’s going through a ‘bad period’.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini wants €40m for Paulo Dybala, and warns Juventus he won’t accept any players in exchange.
Matteo Darmian says he’s not thinking about his future, despite being linked with a move away from Torino.
Matteo Darmian says Italy CT Antonio Conte is ‘a winner’, and discusses his potential role for the Azzurri.
It’s reported that Milan’s joint-CEO Adriano Galliani has met with Ciro Immobile’s agent this morning.
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.

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