NEWS

Empoli defender Lorenzo Tonelli will face Napoli tomorrow, as his ban was suspended “pending further investigation.”
Juventus fans are barred from the away match at Sampdoria, while Torino-Empoli is open only to season ticket holders and registered fans.
Follow all the action as it happens from eight Serie A games, including Juventus v Fiorentina, Milan v Genoa, Lazio v Parma and Sassuolo v Roma.
Panels met this week to discuss introducing video replays into the sport to help referees and a fourth substitution.
As President Silvio Berlusconi meets potential buyers, Milan ultras plan another protest during tonight’s Genoa game.
There are reports PSG are targeting Tottenham’s Hugo Lloris, which would send Salvatore Sirigu back to Serie A.
Cesena President Giorgio Lugaresi believes a victory against Atalanta tonight is essential to maintain hopes of safety.
Paris Saint-Germain players Thiago Silva and Marco Verratti would like the club to sign Juventus’ Paul Pogba.
Allan is the subject of interest from Inter and Napoli, as well as foreign clubs, Udinese’s sporting director has revealed.
Empoli Coach Maurizio Sarri says Lorenzo Tonelli is a victim of injustice - ‘if I say what I really think I’ll get banned’.
Christian Maggio’s agent says his client is ‘very happy’ having agreed a new contract with the Partenopei.
Bee Taechaboul has returned to Milan, and is expected to meet with Rossoneri President Silvio Berlusconi at Arcore.
Former Juventus Coach Marcello Lippi believes wrapping up the Scudetto tonight would not necessarily be a good thing.
Fernando Llorente looks set to replace Alvaro Morata in the Juventus starting line-up when Fiorentina visit tonight.
Xherdan Shaqiri’s agent assures the winger is at Inter for the long-haul - ‘we didn’t sign for just six months’.
Kevin Lasagna has spoken of ‘a dream come true’ after Carpi secured promotion to Serie A last night.
Inter vice-President Javier Zanetti says the Nerazzurri ‘will try’ to sign Paulo Dybala from Palermo.
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis confirms he’s spoken with Coach Rafa Benitez about a new contract.
Former Lazio striker Hernan Crespo believes the Biancoceleste have the right attitude to qualify for the Champions League next season.
Daniele De Santis, who is accused of shooting and killing Napoli supporter Ciro Esposito before the 2014 Coppa Italia Final, will face trial on July 8.
Roma are reportedly interested in bringing Manchester City winger Samir Nasri to the Stadio Olimpico this summer.
Napoli will be without Croatian full-back Ivan Strinic for their visit to the Stadio Carlo Castellani to face Empoli on Thursday.
Carpi President Claudio Caliumi says his club will continue to work in the same way in Serie A after the tiny club’s extraordinary promotion last night.
River Plate defender Ramiro Funes Mori is being tracked by Roma sporting director Walter Sabatini with a view to a summer bid.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini has said he would like to sell sought-after striker Paulo Dybala to Napoli, but the Partenopei don’t need him.
Inter have reportedly approached Olympiacos about Arthur Masuaku as they look to strengthen the left side of their defence.
Juventus’ punishment for the Turin derby crowd trouble should be announced today, with a two-match Curva Sud closure expected.
Real Madrid Coach Carlo Ancelotti has been linked with a summer switch to Manchester City after recent criticism from the Spanish capital.
Juventus are reportedly lining up a bid for Paris Saint-Germain striker Edinson Cavani as Paul Pogba edges closer to a move to the French capital.
Thai businessman Bee Taechaubol will sit down for dinner with Silvio Berlusconi this evening to discuss the sale of Milan.
Today's front page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Milan-owned goalkeeper Gabriel admits he’d like to stay at Carpi next season after they were promoted to Serie A.
Carpi midfielder Raffaele Bianco admits “even we wouldn’t have bet on ourselves” getting promoted into Serie A.
Andrea Stramaccioni praised Udinese and Antonio Di Natale for out-playing Inter when down to nine men.
Roberto Mancini was furious with Inter after “four or five of my players acted as if this was a training session” against nine-man Udinese.

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