NEWS

Serie B hotshot Simone Zaza still doesn’t know where he will be playing his football next season.
Marco Verratti will continue his adventure in France with Paris Saint-Germain, says the player’s agent.
Sky Sport Italia claim that Andrea Stramaccioni was last night told that he will be sacked by Inter after their problematic campaign.
Palermo will not offer any discount when it comes to selling Josip Ilicic just because they have been relegated to Serie B.
Walter Mazzarri will be happy with the summer arrival of Marco Andreolli if he is named as the new Inter boss.
John Elkann has given Juventus the thumbs up in their pursuit of Fiorentina forward Stevan Jovetic.
Milan fans have again questioned the possible appointment of Clarence Seedorf as a replacement for boss Massimiliano Allegri.
Luciano Moggi isn’t impressed by the idea of a Juventus side containing Fernando Llorente and Gonzalo Higuain.
Zibi Boniek says Roma snubbed his advice to sign Borussia Dortmund’s Robert Lewandowski while he was still playing his club football in Poland.
Robert Pires has revealed that he turned down a move to Juventus in the summer of 2000 in favour of a switch to Arsenal.
Italian international Marco Verratti is hoping that Carlo Ancelotti will stay at Paris Saint-Germain rather than join Real Madrid.
Fabio Coentrao, recently linked with Juventus, has revealed that he is looking to leave Real Madrid this summer.
Livorno President Aldo Spinelli says Walter Mazzarri is the appropriate Coach for Inter if they want to return to the top of Italian football.
Rafael Benitez is just an announcement away from taking charge of Serie A outfit Napoli.
Sampdoria’s Lorenzo De Silvestri hopes he can return to the Italian international set-up during the 2013-14 campaign.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Alvaro Pereira’s agent insists he has no intention of joining Tottenham. “Walter Mazzarri knows him and what he can give to Inter.”
Felipe Melo would be willing to return to Juventus if they can’t find a buyer, as “they are not willing to release me on loan.”
Marco Materazzi admits he’d “love” to be Jose Mourinho’s assistant manager at Chelsea. “It’d be a dream!”
UEFA President Michel Platini is glad to have an Agnelli at the helm, but warns Juventus “have miscalculated” their 31 Scudetti.
Sampdoria are said to be preparing an offer for Siena sensation Innocent Emeghara.
Rafa Benitez is reportedly close to signing for Napoli and former Valencia President Jaime Ortiz believes “it’d be a great move for everyone.”
Catania have officially extended Mariano Andujar’s contract until 2015, but Fiorentina want his understudy Alberto Frison.
Billy Costacurta believes Max Allegri will leave Milan because he didn’t have Carlo Ancelotti’s diplomacy.
Udinese starlet Piotr Zielinski has earned his debut senior call-up for Poland in a World Cup qualifier.
Gigi Buffon praised 19-year-old teammate Paul Pogba. “He will make history for Juventus and France.”
The winners of the Europa League trophy are set to be given automatic entry into the Champions League from 2015-16.
Italian international Domenico Criscito could take a pay cut to help his move from Zenit to Fiorentina go through.
Josip Ilicic’s agent confirms he’ll leave Palermo, but warns Arsenal “Italian offers have the priority and Milan would be the top destination.”
According to Italian media, Rafa Benitez’s agent met with Napoli in Rome today and moved closer to accepting the job.
Fabio Capello believes that Roma go into the Coppa Italia final this weekend in a better state than Lazio.
Milan have confirmed that signing of Villarreal defender Cristian Zapata on a three-year deal.
Juventus defender Reto Ziegler has revealed that he will return to Turin this summer after being on loan at Fenerbahce this term.
Eugenio Corini's stint at Chievo looks to be in the balance, as reports this afternoon have suggested that the club will meet this week to discuss his future.
The agent of Borja Valero has confirmed that his client will still be at Fiorentina next season.

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