Juventus took the Serie A title on Sunday with a 2-0 win over Cagliari as defending champions AC Milan lost 4-2 to arch-rivals Inter Milan. Juventus now hold an unassailable four-point lead over the Rossoneri with just one game to go.
Inter Milan coach Gian Piero Gasperini has been sacked after securing just one point from his first five competitive games in charge of the Italian club. Former Roma coach Claudio Ranieri is among the favourites to succeed him.
Fiorentina have appointed former Serbian international Sinisa Mihajlovic, known for his fearsome free-kicks and uncompromising remarks, as their new coach after Cesare Prandelli agreed to take over the Italian national squad following the World Cup.
Inter Milan have taken their fifth successive Serie A title after beating Siena 1-0 on Sunday. The team will meet Bayern Munich in the Champions League final in a bid to become the first Italian team to a win a treble.
Ballon D'Or winner Lionel Messi scored twice as Barcelona defeated La Coruna 3-1 on Saturday, resulting in a healthy five point lead over Real in La Ligua. In Italy, Juventus edged out Inter in the Serie A race.
Sevilla (barely) have Real Madrid and Barcelona in sight; Manchester United go top as Chelsea slump to their first defeat of the season; Sampdoria teach Inter Milan a lesson in humility; and Bayern Munich stumble in Hamburg.