Calls for clubs to break rapport with Ultras after Coppa Italia shame.
All the latest headlines from the newspapers in Italy as Juventus celebrate winning a third consecutive Scudetto, but Antonio Conte considers leaving.
– Ultras – With these we do not negotiate – Napolitano speaks, and the Gazzetta backs him: “The clubs also must break the rapport with the thugs”.
– Antonio Conte: “Stay? We’ll see” – for the first time the Juve Coach puts his future in doubt.
– Andrea Agnelli: “No third star, there are 32 Scudetti”.
– Beppe Marotta – No Real Madrid move for midfield ace Paul Pogba.
– Marcello Lippi: “Now it needs a challenge in Europe” – Former Juve coach rightly insists that the club must now make a splash in the Champions League.
– Lazio and Verona, controversy and goals, no smiles.
– AC Milan coach Clarence Seedorf precarious, not even the derby can push the doubts away.
– The club’s pay – Prime Minister Renzi announces: “The club’s will cover the cost of security”.
– Napolitano: “Break the links with certain bosses, no negotiations”. The shameful scenes from the weekend before the Coppa Italia have undoubtedly given rise of talk pushing for change.
– Malago attacks Calcio: “On violence it has done little”.
– Conte – Maybe I’ll leave.
– The party continues – “Conte and Pogba, stay here”. Juventus confident that they can keep current set-up in place while adding more to the squad in the summer in order to challenge in Europe.
– Appello to Ventura: “Take Torino into Europe”.
– Milan and Inter divided on the bench.