Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici is reportedly in London to speak with Chelsea about Oscar.
Reports say Milan will make another attempt to re-sign Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic in the summer.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Bari ended Cesena’s perfect home record and leapfrogged them in the table with a shock 2-0 victory to go third.
Hungary have qualified for Euro 2016 after a 3-1 aggregate victory over Norway in the play-offs.
Italy captain Gigi Buffon urged Antonio Conte to stay beyond Euro 2016 and revealed his partner is expecting a baby boy.
Marco Sportiello “is ready for a big club” like Roma, confirmed the Atalanta goalkeeper’s agent.
Atalanta will be without defender Boukary Dramè for around three weeks.
Alessandro Del Piero is confident “Juventus can get back into the Scudetto race” and is impressed by Antonio Conte’s Italy.
Rolando Mandragora assures Italy “want to win the European Under-21 Championship” ahead of the Lithuania game.
Vincenzo Montella thanked Sampdoria fans after taking over as their Coach. “I return here for the third time.”
Samir Handanovic has finally agreed to sign a contract extension with Inter, it’s reported this evening.
Gigi Simoni believes Paulo Sousa’s Fiorentina plays the best football “since Pep Guardiola’s Barcelona” and advises “muscular” Inter.
Maxi Lopez is expected to leave Torino after failing to agree terms on a contract extension.
Jose Callejon said Napoli “hope to win the Scudetto, but it’s an immense challenge.”
Francesco Guidolin admits “I was Plan B for Sampdoria” before they signed Vincenzo Montella.
Juventus and Roma face competition from Everton for Sevilla midfielder Ever Banega.
Ciro Ferrara and Daniele Adani believe Italy’s problems are focused on Juventus defenders, “but there are no alternatives.”
Bologna could reinforce their midfield in January with Inter youngster Assane Gnoukouri.
Cagliari march on after thumping Spezia as Crotone held by penultimate club Lanciano, but Brescia and Pescara climb.
Fiorentina defender Nenad Tomovic reportedly got into a fight with Serbia teammate Aleksandar Mitrovic.
Matteo Darmian is pleased with his Manchester United start, but warned Italy “cannot afford distractions in defence.”
Marco Sportiello of Atalanta is reportedly the goalkeeper Roma have lined up for next season.
Vincenzo Montella has officially signed a contract to be Sampdoria’s new boss until June 2018 and confirmed his staff.
The Mirror claims that Inter are eyeing Chelsea star Eden Hazard, but the £75m rated Belgian is also wanted by Juventus, Real Madrid and PSG.
Arsenal are intensifying their interest in Napoli midfielder Jorginho, but a January exit is unlikely to happen.
Mattia De Sciglio has a slight muscular problem, so Alessandro Florenzi or Lorenzo De Silvestri could start Italy-Romania.
Graziano Pellè admits he “misses Italy,” but is content with Southampton and feels the Nazionale are improving despite defeat to Belgium.
Danilo Cataldi has been sent back to Lazio after picking up a ban for the Italy Under-21 side.
Juventus will reportedly try to sign Ilkay Gundogan from Borussia Dortmund in January, anticipating Liverpool and Manchester United.
Inter assistant manager Sylvinho concedes “we aren’t playing very well, but meanwhile we are winning.”
Milan goalkeeper Diego Lopez is heading to the Premier League in January after being bumped for a 16-year-old.
Teenage Serbia creative midfielder Marko Grujic “will have talks with Inter,” but Roma and Chelsea are also options.
Napoli boss Maurizio Sarri admits his Arrigo Sacchi inspiration and calls Daniele Rugani “the best young player in Italy.”
Maurizio Sarri explains how he urged Napoli stars “to enjoy their football” and is “Coach, brother, friend or father figure.”