Napoli’s official radio station reports that Southampton are pushing hard to sign Manolo Gabbiadini.
Palermo are reportedly considering Diego Lopez for the bench, following Eugenio Corini’s resignation.
Potential Roma sporting director Monchi confirms “I want to see if I can do what I did at Sevilla at another club” in Serie A or Ligue 1.
Sassuolo CEO Giovanni Carnevali warns talks with Roma for Gregoire Defrel are “on stand-by”.
Maurizio Sarri has named his Napoli squad for tonight’s clash with Fiorentina in the Coppa Italia.
Max Allegri dismisses talk of a reaction against Milan - “Juventus can’t live by reactions”.
Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri admits “it’s difficult” for Marko Pjaca to start tomorrow, and Claudio Marchisio is out.
Vincenzo Montella confirms Milan forward M’Baye Niang “is considering an offer to change teams” and won’t be called-up for Juventus.
Milan Coach Vincenzo Montella insists “I hope Juventus are angry” as “when you’re angry you’re less lucid”.
Eugenio Corini confirms he resigned as Palermo Coach - “a decision made with conscience and lucidity”.
Gregoire Defrel’s agent won’t be drawn on a Roma move - “it’s a delicate time, when silence would benefit everyone”.
Multiple reports say Eugenio Corino has been sacked by Palermo, their third change of the season.
Lucas Biglia’s contract talks with Lazio are dragging on, as it’s reported his entourage won’t meet the club.
Paulo Dybala’s Juventus extension will reportedly be announced this week, with no release clause.
M’Baye Niang’s reluctance to swap Milan for Genoa is reportedly down to interest from Torino.
Ruud Gullit laments the low attendances in Serie A - “the problem is the old stadiums”.
Milan legend Ruud Gullit believes Juventus “can do it” in the Champions League this season.
Inter are planning a huge summer spending spree, including Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Marco Verratti, according to reports.
Reports in England suggest Tottenham Hotspur are interested in Inter’s Andrea Ranocchia, to replace Jan Vertonghen.
Marco Tardelli warns Juventus’ new formation would leave them “unbalanced” in the Champions League.
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Sassuolo CEO Giovanni Carnevali insists Roma haven’t bid for Gregoire Defrel, and warns “we want to keep our players”.
Reports suggest Milan want to send M’Baye Niang to Genoa for Lucas Ocampos, but the Frenchman isn’t keen.
Gerard Deulofeu calls Milan “the biggest team in Italy” and hopes to play against Juventus on Wednesday.
Sassuolo President Giorgio Squinzi confirms they hope to keep Gregoire Defrel “for the entire season”.
Davide Ballardini could be set for another return to Palermo, if they sack Eugenio Corini.
Claudio Ranieri confirms he’s backing Roma for the Scudetto, but “I hope everyone can reach the level of Juventus”.
Paolo Berlusconi assures there is “absolute calm” for the sale of Milan to Chinese group Sino-Europe Sports.
Despite reports that Gregoire Defrel is close to Roma, Sassuolo’s CEO insists “nothing has changed”.
Inter are aiming to include Andrea Ranocchia in any deal for Wolfsburg’s Ricardo Rodriguez, according to reports.
Paulo Sousa has named his Fiorentina squad to face Napoli in the Coppa Italia, with Gonzalo Rodriguez out injured.
Genoa are reportedly considering Atalanta’s Carlos Carmona and Juventus’ Hernanes for their midfield.
Reports suggest Southampton are still keen on Manolo Gabbiadini, but Napoli’s asking price is a problem.
Everton have officially confirmed that Gerard Deulofeu has been loaned to Milan for the rest of the season.
Reports in France claim Inter are challenging Juventus for Lyon midfielder Corentin Tolisso.