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Milan will reportedly sell Carlos Bacca, Jose Sosa and Keisuke Honda, to fund moves for Mateo Musacchio and Sebastian Rudy.
Today's front page headlines in English from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Serie B side Trapani have fired Coach Serse Cosmi, despite taking them to the promotion play-off final last season.
Fiorentina director Pantaleo Corvino blamed referee Antonio Damato for their 4-2 defeat to Inter. “He had an off night.”
Stefano Pioli explained the tactical reasons behind Inter’s second half setbacks after beating Fiorentina 4-2. “You couldn’t tell we had an extra man.”
Paulo Sousa was “very proud of my Fiorentina team, because against all odds and obstacles we are able to play football” after a 4-2 defeat to Inter.
Eusebio Di Francesco admits Sassuolo were “lucky on the last-minute woodwork” in the 1-1 draw at Napoli, but rues more injuries.
Mauro Icardi felt Inter “needed to perform and we did, but we dropped off again in the second half” of a 4-2 victory over Fiorentina.
Inter were 3-0 up within 19 minutes, risked throwing it away against 10-man Fiorentina until Mauro Icardi completed his brace in stoppages for 4-2.
Maurizio Sarri believes Napoli “absolutely dominated Sassuolo, but didn’t get an obviously deserved victory” in the 1-1 draw.
Luis Figo visited Inter for the Fiorentina game and said “we fans hope for a climb back up the table, just as the players do.”
A spectacular Gregoire Defrel volley gave Sassuolo the 1-1 draw, as Napoli are left with more regrets despite a Lorenzo Insigne stunner.
Fiorentina goalkeeper Ciprian Tatarusanu hopes they can “leave San Siro with a similar result to last season” against Inter.
Leandro Paredes will be out for two to three weeks with a sprained ankle, so the Roma midfielder misses the derby with Lazio.
Yuto Nagatomo wants Inter to build on the first half performance against Hapoel Be’er-Sheva when facing Fiorentina tonight.
Stefano Pioli makes some more surprising changes in search of his first Inter win, hosting a Fiorentina side with their own problems.
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi said the club “is already sold and those who don’t want me or Riccardo Montolivo will be happy.”
Christian Maggio urged Napoli to focus on beating Sassuolo today and not how it will affect the Scudetto race.
Massimo Moratti “regrets” sacking Gigi Simoni and claims Inter “had won the 1998 Scudetto, but it was taken away for other reasons.”
Crotone Coach Davide Nicola fractured his hand by punching the locker room door in anger during a 1-1 draw with Sampdoria.
Napoli give Manolo Gabbiadini another chance as they host struggling Sassuolo and try to close within six points of the leaders.
Leonardo Bonucci is out of action for 45-60 days after a serious thigh strain, while Juventus are less prepared to confirm the Dani Alves recovery time.
Join us for all the build-up and action from tonight’s two Serie A games, Napoli-Sassuolo and an intriguing Inter-Fiorentina.
Sassuolo director Giovanni Carnevali believes Gregoire Defrel “is ready for a big club, but Napoli have never contacted us for him.”
The agent of Carlos Bacca insists the striker “wants to stay at Milan” and “he’ll remain Rossonero” in January, despite controversy about his trip to Seville.
Paris Saint-Germain have reportedly made Napoli defender Faouzi Ghoulam a transfer target for January.
Former Milan, Roma and Juventus boss Fabio Capello has ruled out ever managing in Serie A again and slammed Inter’s players for “not caring”.
Gabriel Barbosa will reportedly leave Inter on loan in January but only to a team outside Italy.
Milan have confirmed that Giacomo Bonaventura and Matias Fernandez have picked up injuries that may rule them out of the side’s next two games.
Marcello Lippi believes Juventus’ “struggles” are due to not replacing their former holy trinity of midfielders Andrea Pirlo, Arturo Vidal and Paul Pogba.
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi admits he “argued” with Vincenzo Montella again, this time over the deployment of Suso.
Milan’s sale to Sino-Europe Sports has reportedly been delayed again, with Carlos Bacca being sold to fund their January business.
Paulo Dybala will reportedly be available for Juventus’ next match on Saturday against Atalanta.
Marcello Lippi believes Atalanta have what it takes to emulate Leicester City and win the Scudetto this season, even if “it’ll be very difficult”.
Carlos Bacca reportedly trained with Sevilla on Monday training, just two days after the Milan striker watched his former club beat Cesare Prandelli’s Valencia.