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Patrick Cutrone admits Milan are his “everything” and that “it’s always been my dream to wear their jersey.”
Lorenzo Pellegrini hailed Roma teammate Alessandro Florenzi for his “incredible” comeback against Verona on Saturday.
Roberto Donadoni claims Rodrigo Palacio “would’ve been great in my Milan team” but admits Mattia Destro could miss Bologna’s clash with Inter.
Antonio Damato will take charge of Lazio’s clash with Napoli on Wednesday as the referees for Serie A Week 5 are announced.
Inter Primavera hero Jens Odgaard reportedly did not know he was playing against Gabriel Paletta in their 3-0 win against Milan on Saturday.
Simone Zaza’s girlfriend has seemingly hit out at Valencia boss Marcelino for dropping the striker on Saturday.
Former Inter goalkeeper Walter Zenga believes the club and Luciano Spalletti are proving to be the perfect fit.
Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan admits Juventus “are still the best” in Italy but insists he does not regret his inflammatory comments about them.
Radja Nainggolan insists “I had no reason” to leave Roma over the summer and that the Giallorossi can satisfy his ambitions of silverware.
The Della Valle family has broken its silence on Fiorentina after four months. “We’re getting the vultures out of the way…”
Benevento will reportedly stick with Coach Marco Baroni, despite their poor start to the season.
Clarence Seedorf insists Pietro Pellegri must be allowed to grow “in peace” and reveals a return to Italy is being “worked on”.
Marek Hamsik admits Napoli “had to bounce back” after their 6-0 thrashing of Benevento in Sunday’s Campanian derby.
Alessandro Del Piero claims Inter will “definitely” finish in Serie A’s top three and that Juventus’ Paulo Dybala is striking fear into his opponents.
Manchester United reportedly sent scouts to watch Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan last week.
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Pietro Pellegri is only 16 years old, so scoring a Serie A brace with his father on the Genoa bench is “a dream come true.”
Simone Inzaghi said it is “an honour” to work with Ciro Immobile, but Lazio have to be more clinical after a 3-2 victory at Genoa.
Genoa Coach Ivan Juric praised the “great story” of 16-year-old hitman Pietro Pellegri, but rued “too many mistakes” against Lazio.
Ciro Immobile admits “this is the best start to a season I’ve ever had, but Lazio don’t want to stop” after their 3-2 win over Genoa.
Lazio were made to work very hard indeed to beat Genoa 3-2 at Marassi, as Ciro Immobile replied to a brace from 16-year-old Pietro Pellegri.
Lazio director Igli Tare praised Luis Alberto and Alessandro Murgia, while confident Stefan de Vrij will renew his contract.
Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s seven Serie A games, including Sassuolo-Juventus, Napoli-Benevento, Milan-Udinese and Genoa-Lazio.
Atalanta’s Alejandro Gomez believes his team did well to secure a 1-1 draw at Chievo.
Fiorentina’s Gil Dias is delighted to be at a ‘great club’ and hopes to do enough to earn a permanent deal.
Rolando Maran was “disappointed” with Chievo’s draw against Atalanta, as “we should’ve resisted for the last six minutes.”
Gian Piero Gasperini admits he was worried how Atalanta would do against Chievo after the “hangover of Everton.”
Federico Ricci believes Genoa will have to produce a ‘perfect’ performance in order to beat Lazio.
Lazio want to keep the momentum going with on-form Ciro Immobile, but Genoa completely revamp their attack.
VAR was the star at the Bentegodi, as Atalanta had a goal and a penalty revoked with the technology, but a late equaliser given to them against Chievo.
Lazio’s Thomas Strakosha insists tiredness will not be an issue in his side’s match at Genoa this evening.
Alessio Tacchinardi believes Leonardo Bonucci’s true level will be revealed at Milan this season.
Marko Pjaca’s agent believes his client would have made the difference in Juventus’ Champions League final defeat to Real Madrid.
Sampdoria’s Duvan Zapata is happy to be at the club after making an instant impact against Torino.
Blaise Matuidi labels Juventus teammate Paulo Dybala as ‘world class’ after the Argentine’s hat-trick against Sassuolo.