NEWS

Francesco Totti is back in the Roma squad, while Daniele De Rossi and Ashley Cole can face Torino despite fractures.
Vincenzo Montella insists Fiorentina have already put the thrashing by Juventus behind them and “take advantage” of Napoli’s crisis.
There’s a split emerging at Roma, as Rudi Garcia protests the decision to close the Curva Sud, while President James Pallotta won’t appeal.
Jose Mourinho named his ideal XI, including Javier Zanetti, Ashley Cole and Wesley Sneijder.
Genoa asked for Stephan El Shaarawy, but Milan are more likely to send him towards the Premier League.
There are reports Aurelio De Laurentiis rejected an offer of resignation from Napoli Coach Rafa Benitez ahead of a crunch tie with Fiorentina.
Atalanta players were humiliated by a fan protest that interrupted today’s training session ahead of the Sassuolo game.
Carlos Dunga warned Lazio not to put too much pressure on Felipe Anderson. “It can become a boomerang.”
Andrea Raggi assures Monaco are “going to Turin for the victory” against Juventus in the Champions League.
Inter President Erick Thohir said the “fans deserve respect, as do their expectations. I’m trying to take this club back to the top.”
Brazil boss Carlos Dunga advised Juventus to buy Oscar from Chelsea. “He reminds me of Roberto Baggio.”
Serie B side Trapani had a lucky escape when a bridge crumbled on their way to the Sicily Derby against Catania.
Tottenham are “not the only foreign club interested” in Simone Zaza and Domenico Berardi, revealed Sassuolo.
Jonathan Biabiany has terminated his contract with Parma by mutual consent and given up on a year’s wages.
Andrea Dossena’s agent blasted “bad press and wickedness” after police dropped charges over alleged shop-lifting.
Sassuolo confirm Sampdoria “asked for information” on Coach Eusebio Di Francesco’s availability.
Monaco Coach Leonardo Jardim insists it “won’t be a problem” if Jeremy Toulalan misses the Juventus clash.
Vicenza continued their remarkable climb towards promotion by beating Avellino in what is practically a play-off.
Today Juventus visit Parma, Genoa host Cagliari and Inter try to end their crisis with Verona, then Napoli-Fiorentina, Torino-Roma and Milan-Sampdoria.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Andrea Ranocchia is reported to have renewed his contract with Inter, but with the club having agreed not to release a statement yet.
Raffaele Palladino believes Parma's positive results are 'not an accident', and says the reason is their newfound 'tranquillity'.
Marek Hamsik's agent wonders at the lack of playing time given to the Napoli man, and is uncertain about Coach Rafa Benitez.
Striker Victor Ibarbo says he'll 'do everything possible to stay at Roma', and looks forward to playing against Torino.
Legend Paolo Maldini has lamented the lack of attention to 'Milan's real values', while looking back on his long Azzurri career.
Erick Thohir reveals that being the President of Inter is his 'honour and responsibility', whilst looking back on how he purchased the club.
Philippe Mexes believes he still has 'a lot to give' for Milan, whilst admitting his team needs to work on 'conceding fewer goals'.
Lega Serie A are considering ‘many options’ including playing the first game of the season in 10 cities across the world, but there are hurdles.
Massimo Ferrero says Sampdoria's future will be 'marvellous' even without Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic, whose departure he 'couldn't care less' about.
President Claudio Lotito says he was always 'certain' Lazio would shine this year, while praising supporters: ‘You are our soul’.
Jeremy Menez believes that Milan's difficult form has been down to the players, whilst backing Coach Pippo Inzaghi: “I hope he stays.”
Inter pin their hopes on the return of Mauro Icardi as they announce the squad to face Verona.
Andrea Pirlo and Carlos Tevez are rested for the game against Parma, with a view to Tuesday night's clash with Monaco.
Milan communicate that Stephan El Shaarawy’s injury has 'healed', and that he will return to training with his teammates.
Hawk-Eye goal-line technology will be employed in the Coppa Italia Final between Lazio and Juventus, the Lega Serie A confirm.