AC Milan set sights on Brazilian defending pair: Reports
AC Milan set sights on Brazilian defending pair: Reports

Italian football club AC Milan is considering a move for Brazilian defenders Gil and Dede in a bid to fill the void left by Thiago Silva, according to reports in Brazil.

Time for champions Juve to make mark in Europe

The Old Lady of Turin was smiling again on Sunday after Juventus won their third successive Serie A title.

Atalanta fined 40,000 euros over banana incident

Serie A club Atalanta were fined 40,000 euros ($55,000) on Monday after a banana was thrown onto the pitch during Sunday`s 2-1 win at home to AC Milan.

Osvaldo winner stuns Roma as Juve grab more records

An injury-time strike by Juventus marksman Pablo Daniel Osvaldo sealed a 1-0 win over former club Roma and handed the Turin giants yet another record in Italy`s Serie A on Sunday.

Serie A trio relegated as Europa fight goes to wire

Catania, Bologna and Livorno were relegated from Italy`s Serie A while the battle for the league`s last remaining Europa League spot will go to the wire after Torino were held 1-1 by Parma on Sunday.

Inter coach Mazzarri gets vote of confidence from Thohir

Inter Milan president Erick Thohir has assured under-fire coach Walter Mazzarri that he will be at the club next season as the team prepares to host Lazio on Saturday with both sides eyeing Europa League qualification.

Chaos reigns before Juventus celebrate league win at Roma

Juventus`s clash with AS Roma was set to be Sunday night`s Serie A showcase but neither club knows what time the match will start as the fallout from Saturday`s Italian Cup final chaos continues.

Italian Cup final shooting victim in clear as Italy considers tougher laws

The most serious shooting victim of the violence-marred Italian Cup final has been given the all-clear by doctors as Italian politicians take a hard look at how to eradicate `ultra` fans from football.

Juventus seek means to take domestic dominance into Europe

Juventus, winners of a third successive Serie A title on Sunday, must now decide whether the formula which has given them a firm grip on Italian football will keep working for another season and make an impact in the Champions League.

Calls for reform as Italian game reaches crossroads

With Italian football facing up to another disastrous season in Europe, fans and those within the game are wondering where to turn to next for a league going through an ongoing identity crisis.

Fans handed prison terms for attempted murder

Three supporters of Serie A side Torino have been handed jail terms of up to nine years for the attempted murder of a Juventus fan, Italian media reported Saturday.

Lazio could have beaten Juventus, says Reya

Italian football side Lazio`s head coach Edy Reja said his team could have beaten 10-man Serie A leaders Juventus as they were unlucky in their 1-1 draw at home.

Italian police raid 18 Serie A clubs

Italian football has been rocked by yet another scandal as the offices of 41 clubs across Serie A, Serie B and Lega Pro were raided by the Guarda di Finanza on Tuesday morning.

Plane carrying Italian footballers struck by lightning

The plane carrying Italy`s players to Switzerland was struck by lightning on Wednesday ahead of their clash against Brazil on Thursday night.

`Italian football not fighting racism`

Former Juventus and Arsenal midfielder Patrick Vieira has accused Italian football of not wanting to fight racism.

Buffon`s bank transfer was for 20 Rolex watches and not sports betting, says lawyer

The lawyer of Gianluigi Buffon has dismissed the suggestion that the Italy captain is guilty of illegal gambling, revealing that one of the payments he made to a Parma betting shop was for 20 Rolex watches.

Juventus maintain lead with Borriello strike

Marco Borriello bagged his first goal for Juventus as they maintained their three-point lead at the top of Serie A on Wednesday with a 1-0 win over already-relegated Cesena.

How Libyan uprising is affecting Italian football

The world is watching in horror the events unfolding in Libya.

How Libyan uprising is affecting Italian football

The world is watching in horror the events unfolding in Libya.

Italian players suspended for mourning mafia boss

Sixteen players from Italian amateur side San Luca have been suspended for two matches for wearing black armbands at a match in November in mourning at the death of a Calabrian Mafia boss.