Luciano Spalletti hailed “perfect” Francesco Totti for giving himself to the Roma squad and will attend his 40th birthday party.
Arkadiusz Milik is amazed by “fanatical” Napoli supporters and tries not to feel the pressure of being the most expensive ever Polish player.
Delio Rossi has accused Lazio President Claudio Lotito as having ‘never understood much about football.’
Milan striker M’Baye Niang reveals his advice to old friend Paul Pogba at Manchester United and how he’d deal with racist abuse.
It is reported that Milan are eyeing up a move for Manchester United’s Memphis Depay.
Claudio Ranieri believes his achievements at Cagliari were more important than winning the Premier League with Leicester City.
M’Baye Niang has no regrets about turning down Leicester City, praises Milan teammate Carlos Bacca and looks back on that Nou Camp upright.
Fiorentina’s Borja Valero is adamant he would not swap forward Nikola Kalinic for either Gonzalo Higuain or Mauro Icardi.
Paolo Di Canio is ready to sue Sky Sport Italia for their “hypocrisy” in firing him for showing off a Fascist tattoo referencing Benito Mussolini.
Borja Valero is flattered by interest from Milan and Roma but wants to end his career with current club Fiorentina.
Tuttosport are reporting the methods used by Inter Coach Frank De Boer on the training ground and in preparation for matches.
Luciano Spalletti, Fabio Capello and Vincenzo Montella would all give Francesco Totti “a time machine” for his 40th birthday.
M’Baye Niang reveals “genuine affection” with Milan Coach Vincenzo Montella and insists his wild days are behind him.
Manchester United man Paul Pogba returned to the Juventus camp on Friday to bring everyone gifts of luxury watches.
Elseid Hysaj will sign a new contract with Napoli over the next couple of days, confirmed the Albania international’s agent.
Arsenal and Chelsea are reportedly starting to make strong steps forward in the bidding war for Atalanta midfielder Franck Kessié.
Juventus could use Gonzalo Higuain and Mario Mandzukic together today against Palermo.
It’s already another full round of Serie A action, starting with Palermo v Juventus and Napoli-Chievo today, then Joe Hart’s Torino face Roma, Inter welcome Bologna and Sassuolo host Udinese.
Spartak Moscow defender Salvatore Bocchetti insists his accusations towards Mario Balotelli were the result of his poor grasp of Russian.
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Diego Milito insists Inter are not dependent on forward and captain Mauro Icardi.
It is reported that Inter’s Marcelo Brozovic is the subject of interest from Premier League teams Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur.
Nice Coach Lucien Favre has heaped praise on Mario Balotelli, describing him as ‘receptive, happy and proud.’
The Sino-Europe Sports group are threatening legal action after reports emerged that they had provided Milan with a false bank guarantee.
There are no injury concerns for Napoli as Coach Maurizio Sarri names a 23-man squad to face Chievo.
Milan Vice-president Paolo Berlusconi insists there is no problem with a Chinese consortium’s ongoing takeover of the club.
Milan boss Vincenzo Montella has been accused of ‘lacking respect’ during his time at Fiorentina.
Former Roma boss Rudi Garcia has been linked with taking over at French club Marseille.
Juan Jesus admits his performances must improve if he is to be a success at new club Roma.
Empoli have confirmed they have signed Albanian international Frederic Veseli on a free transfer.
Napoli’s Emanuele Giaccherini believes Chievo will be a difficult opponent and wants to play more regularly.
Roberto De Zerbi foresees a “strictly defensive” Palermo against Juventus in Serie A on Saturday, but his side “have a dream”.
Italy Under-19 international Manuel Locatelli will reportedly sign a new contract with Milan “in a matter of days”.
Roma’s Wojciech Szczesny has revealed that former Manchester United goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel is his goalkeeping idol.
The agent of Amadou Diawara says the midfielder is happy to wait for his chance in the Napoli team, although “the lad can’t wait to play”.