Sinisa Mihajlovic confirms Torino will make changes for tomorrow’s Udinese game, but not with the Juventus match in mind.
President Joey Saputo says Bologna “always go onto the pitch to score points” ahead of the match with Inter tonight.
Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma and Fiorentina’s Federico Chiesa are among the nominees for the Golden Boy award.
Napoli have named their squad to face Lazio, with a full squad available to Maurizio Sarri.
Simone Inzaghi admits “facing Napoli is not the simplest thing” and urges his Lazio side not to let their levels drop.
Fiorentina Coach Stefano Pioli admits Paulo Dybala is Juventus’ danger man but “it would be a mistake to focus on an individual”.
Sven-Goran Eriksson says his best years were at Lazio, but laments “when people hear my name they only think about women”.
Roma Coach Eusebio Di Francesco says Radja Nainggolan “almost certainly” won’t face Benevento tomorrow.
Milan Coach Vincenzo Montella says his “only certainty” is that André Silva will start against Spal.
Coach Massimiliano Allegri assures Gonzalo Higuain “is very important for Juventus”.
Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri confirms Wojciech Szczesny will play in goal against Fiorentina tomorrow.
Today marks the 91st anniversary of the opening of San Siro, with Inter beating Milan 6-3 in the first match.
Italy’s Minister for Sport believes “there are all the conditions in place for the Stadio della Roma to be realised”.
Italian senator Antonio Razzi has a bizarre idea for solving the North Korea crisis - “I want to bring Paulo Dybala”.
Fabrizio Ravanelli broke the deadlock after 11 minutes, with Andreas Moller making it two just two minutes later.
Mattia De Sciglio is expected to miss three to four weeks, but the Juventus defender hasn’t fractured his ankle.
As we head into the midweek games, Inter, Napoli and Juventus have set a pace not seen since 1960 by winning their first four Serie A games in a row.
Antonio Cassano predicts Inter will win the Scudetto, and discusses his decision to leave Verona.
With Inter, Juve and Napoli all winning it’s as you were at the top of Serie A, as Dave Taylor selects his best XI from Week 4.
Ivan Cordoba believes “Juventus, Napoli and Inter have something more than the others", but feels the Nerazzurri squad could improve.
Despite the presence of Wojciech Szczesny, reports suggest Juventus are interested in Atletico Madrid’s Jan Oblak.
Zvonimir Boban says “Milan have taken a lot of good players, but no superstars” and “it won’t be easy to win with so many new signings”.
Today's front page headlines from Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Fiorentina goalkeeper Marco Sportiello calls Paulo Dybala “a great player” but “we have to stop Juventus first…”
Paulo Dybala insists all his Juventus goals “are worth the same” and discusses free-kick challenges with Miralem Pjanic.
Maxime Gonalons has “no regrets” about joining Roma, but admits he wants to return to Lyon one day.
Leonardo Bonucci’s wife, Martina, insists he didn’t leave Juventus “due to an argument with Max Allegri” and admits it’s “strange” to see him as Milan captain.
Fiorentina legend Giancarlo Antognoni notes Federico Bernardeschi “isn’t playing much” but “we respect his choice” to leave for Juventus.
It’s reported Roma striker Patrik Schick will miss the match with Benevento, as he’s struggling with a muscular injury.
Benedikt Howedes trained with the Juventus group today, but Mattia De Sciglio continues to struggle with an ankle injury.
Crotone have been fined €5,000 after fans threw bottles at Inter Coach Luciano Spalletti and goalkeeper Samir Handanovic.
Kevin Strootman says Roma “are special to me” and explains why Netherlands are struggling. “We don’t have top players like before…”
Inter full-backs Danilo D’Ambrosio and Dalbert have been passed fit to face Bologna on Tuesday.
Nani could be in contention to face Napoli after reportedly making good progress in training on Monday.
Suso has reportedly agreed a new contract with Milan, which would tie him to the club until 2022.