NEWS

Paul Pogba looks set to recover against Roma, but now Juventus are worried about Arturo Vidal.
Roberto Mancini expects a “special” game with Fiorentina, identifies Inter problems and warns against selling Mauro Icardi.
Roma President James Pallotta does not seek ‘revenge’ against Juventus and insists the Scudetto race is still open.
Stefano Pioli assures Lazio “have a lot of respect” for Sassuolo, see it as “a key moment” and have good news on Antonio Candreva.
Rafa Benitez looks ahead of Dynamo Moscow and warns Napoli need “a lot of work to tame Torino.”
There are reports Parma President Giampietro Manenti’s car was seized over €1,900 of unpaid fines.
Parma captain Alessandro Lucarelli pinned the blame on previous owners and authorities. “We are fighting for football.”
Parma Coach Roberto Donadoni explained why they’re not playing this weekend. “We have to act as club owners.”
Norberto Neto made his Fiorentina comeback against Tottenham and assured he will “honour my contract.”
Vincenzo Montella said Fiorentina will “enjoy” their upcoming clashes with Inter and Roma. “We give our best when having fun.”
Giorgio Chiellini reveals he was a Milan supporter, how he felt after missing a Super Cup penalty and that Juventus aren’t “squares.”
Mattia De Sciglio was already liked by Real Madrid, but now Barcelona want the Milan full-back too.
Juventus are reportedly targeting Monaco talents Anthony Martial and Yannick Ferreira Carrasco.
Empoli have left out Manuel Pucciarelli for their trip to Palermo, reportedly over a contract dispute.
Mario Gomez said he finally feels “myself again” at Fiorentina, so targets victory over Inter and Roma in Europe.
Marca, AS and Tuttosport claim Real Madrid and Barcelona are in a bidding war for Juventus star Paul Pogba.
Seydou Doumbia is reportedly going to miss Roma’s big game with Juventus due to injury.
Marek Hamsik is pleased Napoli picked Dynamo Moscow in the Europa League, as he’ll face Tomas Hubocan.
Jose Mourinho said his rapport with Inter was “unique and truly special, because I am a difficult person to work with.”
Mati Fernandez and Jose Maria Basanta will be out for at least 10 days, confirmed Fiorentina medics.
Rolando Maran believes Milan have “found their feet” just in time to face his Chievo side this evening.
Vicenza earned a shock victory at Bologna to close on the Serie B leaders, while Latina left it late with Trapani.
While we wait for Monday’s Roma-Juventus showdown, Milan are at Chievo, Inter-Fiorentina is a fight for Europe and Napoli visit giant-killers Torino.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Director general Beppe Marotta speaks all-round about Juventus' mercato, touching on Edinson Cavani, Marco Verratti and Carlos Tevez.
Former Inter Coach José Mourinho reveals he ‘could coach another Italian team’, whilst he reminisces on his time with the Nerazzurri.
President James Pallotta says Roma are ‘ready’ for Juventus and predicts a ‘fun, great game’ against Fiorentina.
Parma mayor Federico Pizzarotti says the city's stadium should be barred for President Giampietro Manenti, but not for the players or the supporters.
President Erick Thohir admits Wolfsburg are a 'really strong' team but still backs Inter, whilst discussing future 'top player' Mauro Icardi.
Beppe Marotta has 'high expectations' for Roma-Juventus as he suggests that ‘credibility’ will be at stake.
Director general Beppe Marotta closes on the possible sale of Paul Pogba, declaring that Juventus ‘don't want to negotiate with anyone’.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini riles against the 'traitor' Massimo Ferrero, and warns he will 'crumble Sampdoria'.
Roma Coach Rudi Garcia admits that playing against Fiorentina in the Last 16 ‘hardly feels like the Europa League’.
Juventus’ Roberto Pereyra is growing confident playing in Andrea Pirlo's role, whilst he looks forward to the second Borussia Dortmund match.
Milan striker Alessio Cerci says he is 'fully at the service' of his Coach Filippo Inzaghi, downplaying tensions over an alleged rift between the two.

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