Director of sport Piero Ausilio confirmed Inter “will make our decision tomorrow” on whether to strip Mauro Icardi of the captaincy.
Fiorentina Coach Paulo Sousa accepts fans have a right to voice their frustration after the Viola drew 0-0 with Atalanta.
Cagliari Coach Massimo Rastelli reveals he studied Inter carefully to win at San Siro. “They have a lot of quality, but no balance.”
Frank de Boer said Inter “lost our heads and simply forgot to play football” after a 2-1 home defeat to Cagliari.
Ciro Immobile admitted Lazio had allowed two points to slip through their grasp after a 1-1 draw with Bologna.
Federico Melchiorri had “the greatest afternoon of my career” as Cagliari earned a shock 2-1 victory over Inter at San Siro.
Sassuolo completed a remarkable comeback, Lazio last-gasp controversy with Bologna, Fiorentina and 10-man Genoa held to stalemates.
Mauro Icardi missed a penalty and Samir Handanovic scored an own goal as Cagliari earned a shock 2-1 victory over Inter at San Siro.
Inter Vice-President Javier Zanetti confirmed they might strip Mauro Icardi of the captaincy after “unacceptable” comments that infuriated fans.
Fiorentina fired blanks and Atalanta had several clear-cut chances in this eventful 0-0 draw at the Stadio Franchi.
Inter look to under-fire Mauro Icardi and Ivan Perisic in a must-win match with Cagliari, who are remarkably just one point behind.
Mauro Icardi has written an open letter to Inter ultras after they demanded he be stripped of the captaincy over an autobiography row.
Mohamed Salah of Roma, Napoli’s Kalidou Koulibaly and Juventus defender Medhi Benatia are up for the African Player of the Year Award.
Milan directors Marco Fassone and Massimiliano Mirabelli were at Chelsea yesterday and reportedly started Cesc Fabregas talks.
Sinisa Mihajlovic demands a third consecutive Torino victory as they visit Palermo and is pleased by Joe Hart and Andrea Belotti heroics.
Gonzalo Rodriguez told Fiorentina that “our season starts today” in the early kick-off with Atalanta.
Fiorentina are forced to do without Josip Ilicic as they host revitalised Atalanta in the early Serie A kick-off.
Tottenham Hotspur are considering a swoop for Lazio and Belgium international left-back Jordan Lukaku.
Join us for all six of today’s Serie A games, starting with Fiorentina-Atalanta through Inter-Cagliari to a surprising Chievo-Milan for second place.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero hinted he could sack Coach Marco Giampaolo after two points in six rounds.
Torino revitalised goalkeeper Joe Hart and now the Premier League wants him back, specifically Everton and Sunderland.
Inter ultras in the Curva Nord demand Mauro Icardi be stripped of the captain’s armband after a chapter in his book. “You’re finished.”
Empoli Coach Giovanni Martusciello has called for his side to match Genoa’s aggression on Sunday.
Roberto Donadoni says there is no point in Bologna crying over missing players through injury and suspension.
Lazio Coach Simone Inzaghi is convinced his side have the potential to improve further after a good start to the season.
Rolando Maran has called for Chievo to ‘do what they’re good at’ when they face Milan on Sunday.
Milan are once again being linked with a January move for Manchester United’s Memphis Depay.
Cagliari boss Massimo Rastelli believes Sunday’s opponents Inter are as good as Serie A champions Juventus.
Atalanta Coach Gian Piero Gasperini hopes his side’s victory over Napoli was the catalyst for a good run of form.
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Medhi Benatia said Max Allegri “asks many of the same things” of Juventus that Pep Guardiola did at Bayern Munich.
Max Allegri said Udinese represented “a very complicated match, which Juventus made even more complicated, but the Scudetto is won via games like this.”
Gigi Del Neri felt Udinese “deserved a draw, but scaring Juventus on their own turf isn’t a bad start” to his tenure.
Paulo Dybala warned Juventus “can’t suffer like this to the final whistle” after a hard-fought 2-1 victory over Udinese.
Paulo Dybala overturned a surprise Udinese opener with his free kick and penalty, sending Juventus five points clear at the top of the table.