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Vincenzo Montella warned Sampdoria “are missing something” after Eder’s Inter move and must make do in Bologna.
It’s a huge day for the Scudetto race and Europe with Juventus seeking a 12th straight win at Chievo, Napoli hosting Empoli and the Derby della Madonnina.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Stephan El Shaarawy reveals he “learned a few things from Zlatan Ibrahimovic” after his debut scorpion kick goal for Roma.
Roberto Stellone admired Frosinone’s fortitude as they kept pushing until a final 3-1 defeat to Roma.
Luciano Spalletti saw “a weight taken off” Roma’s shoulders and hopes Stephan El Shaarawy’s “madness will catch on.”
Udinese have officially signed Ryder Matos from Fiorentina after his loan spell at Carpi.
Miralem Pjanic saw “positive signals” from Roma’s 3-1 victory over Frosinone, the first under Luciano Spalletti.
Sassuolo Coach Eusebio Di Francesco claims the referee “falsified” their 1-1 draw with Atalanta.
Stephan El Shaarawy scored an extraordinary scorpion flick on his debut, as Roma eventually beat plucky Frosinone 3-1.
River Plate claim Fiorentina “changed the figures” during talks for Emmanuel Mammana, so they turn to Genoa’s Sebastien De Maio.
German Denis said a tearful goodbye to Atalanta after scoring against Sassuolo. “I know that I’ll be back.”
Roma director Mauro Baldissoni warned “there’s no time to waste,” but denied Walter Sabatini is ready to resign.
William Vainqueur said the new-look Roma must “treat Frosinone like a Final” this evening.
Mario Suarez has officially completed his transfer to Watford after a brief spell at Fiorentina.
German Denis said goodbye to Atalanta with a goal and a point, but Sassuolo were angry with two refereeing decisions.
Roma throw Stephan El Shaarawy and Ervin Zukanovic straight into the starting XI against Frosinone in the local derby.
Inter have Eder in the squad to face Milan, but Jonathan Biabiany is in doubt with flu symptoms.
Rolando Maran assures Chievo “believe” in their chances of beating Juventus, even without Alberto Paloschi.
Giovanni Tedesco believes Palermo “deserved to win on points” after a 1-1 draw away to Carpi.
German Denis wrote an open letter to salute Atalanta fans ahead of his transfer to Independiente.
Leaders Crotone suffered their shock first home defeat in a year, so Cagliari go top, while Pescara win seven in a row and Christian Panucci revives Livorno.
Jeremy Menez is a surprise inclusion in the Milan squad to face Inter, but Luiz Adriano, Nigel de Jong and Antonio Nocerino miss out.
Milan are in talks to sell Antonio Nocerino and Nigel de Jong to MLS clubs, as LA Galaxy, Orlando City and New York City FC line up.
Atalanta say goodbye to German Denis, but Sassuolo want to spoil the party in Bergamo and get back to winning ways.
Alberto Gilardino’s goal was wiped out by a Matteo Mancosu penalty as Carpi held Palermo to a draw.
Paulo Sousa sniped at Fiorentina chiefs by noting “we’ve needed a new defender since August…”
Roberto Mancini won’t reveal whether Eder will make his Inter debut against Milan and assured there’s “no crisis.”
Maurizio Sarri “learned so much at Empoli, which is why I know how difficult it will be for Napoli.”
Juventus have Roberto Pereyra back in the squad for their trip to Chievo, but Mario Mandzukic and Kwadwo Asamoah miss out.
Join us to follow all the action from three Serie A games today, Carpi v Palermo, Atalanta v Sassuolo and the Roma-Frosinone derby.
Max Allegri assured Juventus “cannot lower the concentration levels” against Chievo and welcomed Roberto Pereyra back.
Carpi aim to continue their excellent recent form, but Palermo debut under yet another caretaker manager.
Sampdoria called up new buys Andrea Ranocchia, Jacopo Sala and Milan Skriniar against Bologna.
Sinisa Mihajlovic notes “it seems as if Mario Balotelli doesn’t care, but that’s not the case. I hope he’ll change his attitude.”