NEWS

Milan Coach Pippo Inzaghi realises Mario Balotelli and Fernando Torres “have completely different characteristics.”
Rafa Benitez said he’ll “see if it is possible to continue together” with Napoli, as his contract expires in June 2015.
German Denis has no regrets, as “it’s better to play at Atalanta than be just one of the group at Juventus.”
David Lopez gets his first Napoli call-up for Sunday’s Serie A encounter with Chievo.
Stephan El Shaarawy is injured for Parma-Milan, but Fernando Torres is set for his Serie A debut.
Liverpool will reportedly make a January offer for Marek Hamsik, but he has no intention of leaving Napoli.
Kingsley Coman’s fantastic Juventus debut could push Sebastian Giovinco towards Arsenal in January.
Italy Coach Antonio Conte visited Torino and reportedly asked Juan Sanchez Miño if he wants to play for the Azzurri.
Palermo’s 20-year-old new signing Emerson is “not afraid of Serie A,” assured the ex-Santos starlet.
Real Madrid and Manchester United are ready to battle it out in January for Roma midfielder Kevin Strootman.
Spanish media claim Real Madrid defender Alvaro Arbeloa wants a January transfer to Napoli.
Gigi Di Biagio warns Italy face a “tough team” in Slovakia for the Under-21 European Championship play-offs.
Eugenio Corini hopes Chievo can take advantage of the “pressure” Napoli are under at the San Paolo tomorrow.
Saphir Taider reveals he left Southampton three weeks into his loan to join Sassuolo for “personal reasons.”
Bologna had a disastrous start to the season, which made their 3-2 victory at Pescara all the more remarkable.
Today Roma visit Empoli and Juventus host Antonio Di Natale’s Udinese, while Fiorentina-Genoa and Parma-Milan are intriguing ties.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Carlo Tavecchio is determined to push through reforms in Italian football including squad limits and a return to an 18-team Serie A.
Massimiliano Allegri has named 22 players for his Juventus squad to face Udinese in Week 2 of Serie A, including Alvaro Morata and Andrea Barzagli.
Juventus President Andrea Agnelli says he is happy to see Antonio Conte on the Italy bench, and there is no controversy with Claudio Lotito.
Parma have announced that they have signed McDonald Mariga for a fourth time, on an initial one-year contract.
Keita Balde Diao’s agent has revealed the player’s frustration in not being able to represent Spain yet, and offers from Juventus and Liverpool.
Andrea Pirlo is hoping to be able to return to regular training with Juventus soon, as he provides an updated on his recovery.
Maurizio Sarri has outlined Empoli’s intention to ‘make life difficult’ for Roma as he refuses to ‘lose twice’ to the capital club.
Palermo have purchased the remaining 50 per cent of Italy Under-21 international Andrea Belotti’s contract.
Marco Materazzi is putting the finishing touches to a deal that will see him become player-Coach for Indian Super League club Chennai.
Stefano Colantuono says he almost signed Simone Zaza and has made clear Atalanta’s commitment to improve on the road, starting at Cagliari.
Gustavo Poyet has described Italy international Emanuele Giaccherini as a ‘totally new player’ at Sunderland this season.
Milan is worth at least €618m according to the latest information released by Fininvest, the holding company owned by Silvio Berlusconi and family.
Laurent Blanc has hinted that if Roma target Adrien Rabiot were to leave Paris Saint-Germain, it would be in January.
Rudi Garcia has listed 24 players for his Roma squad to face Empoli, including Douglas Maicon and some expected to actually be rested.
Juventus and Napoli are reportedly in agreement that the 2014 Italian Super Cup will be played in Doha.
Jasmin Kurtic cried tears of joy when signing for Fiorentina, he has revealed in his official presentation.
Marco van Ginkel says Nigel de Jong, Fernando Torres and Jose Mourinho all had a role in persuading him to accept Milan's offer.
Djamel Mesbah has been presented today at Sampdoria and expects the club to be aiming high this season.