NEWS

Inter Coach Luciano Spalletti says he’s “embarrassed” by comparisons to Jose Mourinho - “I’ve been here two days, he made history”.
The referees have been announced for this week’s Coppa Italia games, with Juan Luca Sacchi taking charge of Inter-Pordenone.
Roma Coach Eusebio Di Francesco won't underestimate Shakhtar Donetsk - “they qualified from a tough group, eliminating Napoli, who are one of the best sides in Italy”.
Felipe Anderson is back in the Lazio squad for tonight’s game with Torino.
Jorginho’s agent says Napoli just have to get through the tough winter period to put together a Scudetto challenge.
The dates for Juventus and Roma’s Champions League Last 16 ties have been officially confirmed by UEFA.
Juventus vice-President Pavel Nedved sees Tottenham Hotspur as “a solid team with a great Coach”, and hopes Fernando Llorente doesn’t “hurt us”.
There were mixed fortunes for the Italian teams in the Europa League draw, with Atalanta facing a tough tie with Borussia Dortmund.
Roma sporting director Monchi is pleased they didn’t draw Sevilla in today’s Champions League draw.
Inter have officially announced the issuing of secured bonds worth €300m, maturing in 2022.
Francesco Totti admits Roma’s Champions League draw “went well” but warns Shakhtar Donetsk shouldn’t be underestimated.
Juventus will face Tottenham Hotspur for the first time in European competition, with Roma paired with Shakhtar Donetsk in today’s Champions League draw.
Roma are about to learn their Champions League opponents, with a good chance they’ll be drawn against Real Madrid.
Marco Fassone admits “it’s possible” Milan signed too many players in the summer, and that fourth place will prove “difficult”.
Milan CEO Marco Fassone confirms UEFA’s “impossible” requests include settling their debt to Elliott Management right away.
Juventus will learn their Champions League opponents this afternoon, with a high chance they’ll draw an English club.
Napoli have scored just three goals in their last five Serie A games, and have gone scoreless for two matches for the first time since 2014.
Reports claim Gianluigi Buffon could play on for another season, if Juventus still consider him important.
It’s reported Milan never filed Gianluigi Donnarumma’s release clause with the Lega Serie A.
The Rossoneri earned their first home win in almost three months, so who delivered the goods?
Today's front page headlines in English from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Roberto Donadoni feels Bologna “should’ve taken advantage of the psychological” pressure Milan were under.
Gennaro Gattuso admits he was so fired up during Milan’s 2-1 win over Bologna that “I could’ve stood under the snow bare-chested.”
Jack Bonaventura hopes the 2-1 victory over Bologna can be “a new beginning for Milan” and their Coach Gennaro Gattuso.
Jack Bonaventura bagged a brace to give Milan their first win under new Coach Gennaro Gattuso, despite Simone Verdi’s strike at San Siro.
Beppe Iachini celebrated the first Sassuolo home victory of the season, seeing off Crotone 2-1, but warned it's early days.
Walter Zenga can’t work out why Crotone came out so sluggish for the second half in their 2-1 defeat to Sassuolo.
Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s Serie A games, including Chievo-Roma, Napoli-Fiorentina and Milan-Bologna.
Jose Mourinho shrugged off Luciano Spalletti comparisons, but the Manchester United manager is “an Interista who wants them to do well.”
Sky Sport Italia claim Paris Saint-Germain have resumed talks with agent Mino Raiola for Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma.
Mattia Destro insists visiting his old club Milan at San Siro is “a game like any other” for him and Bologna this evening.
Fabio Borini is glad Milan have moved to 4-3-3 against Bologna, as he is “in my natural role” in a trident attack. “I can be more effective.”
Matteo Politano scored one and assisted another for Edoardo Goldaniga, as Sassuolo ruined Walter Zenga’s debut on the Crotone bench.
Gennaro Gattuso completely revamps his struggling Milan with a 4-3-3 formation against Roberto Donadoni’s impressive Bologna.
Palermo are the new Serie B leaders after a 3-0 demolition job on promotion-chasing Bari at the Stadio San Nicola.