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.”
Mauro Icardi wrote in his autobiography that he became “a hero” to Inter teammates after hurling abuse at a fan.
It’s a super Saturday with Napoli-Roma for second place in an early kick-off, Pescara-Sampdoria and Juventus-Udinese, then tomorrow Inter-Cagliari and an unexpected Chievo-Milan.
Crotone boss Davide Nicola believes the break for international duty has been “very useful” to get the team ready against Sassuolo.
Sime Vrsaljko could be heading back to Serie A in January, as Inter do battle with Napoli for the Atletico Madrid full-back.
Sassuolo defender Paolo Cannavaro said Napoli fans “will never forgive” Gonzalo Higuain for abandoning them to join Juventus.
Sassuolo President Giorgio Squinzi admits he was “surprised” Domenico Berardi opted not to join Juventus.
Sassuolo President Giorgio Squinzi discusses his “dream” of holding onto Domenico Berardi, and “within a few years we’ll fight for the Scudetto”.
Sassuolo sporting director Giovanni Carnevali confirms Domenico Berardi won’t join Inter in January but “in June we’ll see…”
Bologna will be without Mattia Destro for two weeks, as he’s picked up a calf injury.
Atletico Madrid right-back Sime Vrsaljko could be heading back to Serie A in January for Napoli.
Sassuolo’s appeal over the three points awarded to Pescara has been thrown out by the Corte Sportiva.
Lorenzo Pellegrini has left the Italy Under-21 camp with an injury, so Roberto Gagliardini is called up instead.
Former Milan midfielder Massimo Ambrosini believes Sunday’s 4-3 win against Sassuolo can be a “turning point” for the Rossoneri.
Sassuolo President Giorgio Squinzi insists Domenico Berardi will “absolutely not” join Inter.
Manuel Locatelli’s agent describes the Milan youngster as “a little Andrea Pirlo” after his performance against Sassuolo.
Eusebio Di Francesco implies the referee favoured Milan to beat Sassuolo 4-3. “You saw the incidents, they were clear as day. Milan are a stronger club.”
Vincenzo Montella admits to being “moved” by the Milan comeback to beat Sassuolo 4-3, especially as 18-year-old Manuel Locatelli scored.
Manuel Locatelli was practically in tears after scoring his Serie A debut goal for Milan aged 18 in a 4-3 thriller against Sassuolo.
Milan completed an incredible comeback from 3-1 down to beat Sassuolo 4-3 in the space of 20 minutes in this San Siro thriller.