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Reports in England claim Juventus are vying with Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain for Liverpool’s Adam Lallana.
Marquinhos and Kostas Manolas are reportedly Inter’s top summer targets, as Lazio won’t sell Stefan de Vrij in Serie A.
Juventus are offering €4m to bring Sead Kolasinac from Schalke 04 in January, according to reports.
Reports suggest Sino-Europe Sports’ takeover of Milan could be moved forward to mid-February.
Villarreal are reportedly the other Spanish club interested in Simone Zaza, battling Valencia for the Juventus striker.
Danilo D’Ambrosio looks set to stay at Inter this month, as his agent agent claims they’ve “declared him unsellable”.
Today's front page headlines in English from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Algeria international Saphir Taider is returning to Bologna after pulling out of the Africa Cup of Nations with a knee injury.
West Ham United and Hull City are interested in Andrea Ranocchia, but the Inter defender doesn’t want to leave Italy.
Paulo Dybala assures “nobody talked to me about offers” from Barcelona or Real Madrid, but he hopes to follow Alex Del Piero’s footsteps at Juventus.
Gian Piero Gasperini felt Atalanta “were on the same level as Juventus” in a slender 3-2 Coppa Italia defeat.
Burnley have reportedly been quoted a €7m price-tag for Inter full-back Yuto Nagatomo.
Milan striker Luiz Adriano will reportedly have his Spartak Moscow medical tomorrow in Germany.
Atalanta send Marco Sportiello to Fiorentina and are in advanced talks to take Pierluigi Gollini from Aston Villa.
Max Allegri again blasted Juventus for “taking our foot off the gas” during a 3-2 Coppa Italia win over Atalanta. “It keeps happening.”
Andrea Barzagli admits Juventus “really ran some big risks” against Atalanta after a 3-2 Coppa Italia victory.
Paulo Dybala scored a stunning volley and provided an assist, but Juventus found it harder than expected to beat Atalanta 3-2 in the Coppa Italia.
Crotone confirm they are “very close” to Inter midfielder Assane Gnoukouri, but won’t sign Eloge Yao.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini concedes “it’s difficult to save a ship that has already hit an iceberg and sunk.”
Paulo Sousa was glad Fiorentina avoided extra time in a Coppa Italia victory over Chievo. “Our attitude and intensity must improve.”
Juventus director Beppe Marotta confirmed Schalke 04 left-back Sead Kolasinac “is an option and we are evaluating signing him.”
Chievo Coach Rolando Maran said “it hurts so much to lose like this on an incredible dive” for Fiorentina’s late penalty in the Coppa Italia.
Atalanta goalkeeper Marco Sportiello is expected to have a medical with Fiorentina tomorrow or Friday, as he turns down Watford.
Lazio midfielder Danilo Cataldi is heading to Genoa on loan, according to Sky Sport Italia and LaLazioSiamoNoi.
Juventus have been placed under investigation after their fans made alleged anti-Semitic chants aimed at Fiorentina.
Juventus start Miralem Pjanic, Paulo Dybala and new signing Tomas Rincon in the Coppa Italia against ambitious Atalanta.
Roberto Gagliardini thanked Inter for “a childhood dream come true” after he completed a transfer worth a reported €28m.
Federico Bernardeschi’s last-gasp penalty sent Fiorentina to the Coppa Italia quarter-finals, but both the Viola and Chievo went down to 10 men.
The latest midfielder linked with a move to Juventus is Liverpool’s German international Emre Can.
Palermo creative midfielder Alessandro Diamanti turned down an offer from Swansea City, claim Sky Sport Italia.
Udinese have reportedly agreed a €4.5m plus bonuses deal for Carpi striker Kevin Lasagna.
Sinisa Mihajlovic is without Iago Falque against his old club Milan tomorrow, but tells Torino the Coppa Italia clash is “difficult, not impossible.”
Former Lazio captain Stefano Mauri has resumed his career by signing for Brescia.
Diego Armando Maradona claims Inter hitman Mauro Icardi “should be the seventh choice for Argentina. I’d rather call Bazan Vera…”
Genoa goalkeeper Mattia Perin underwent surgery for a torn anterior cruciate ligament today.

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