NEWS

Cagliari’s continued poor form reportedly has them considering the future of Zdenek Zeman as Coach.
Juventus Coach Max Allegri is happy about closing the year in first place, and agrees no-one else but Roma can challenge for the Scudetto.
Sebastian Giovinco's agent claims the Juventus striker is unhappy about his situation, but says a transfer to Napoli is just a ‘journalistic suggestion’.
The agent of Corinthians striker Alexandre Pato denies rumours of a transfer to Fiorentina, and says the player will ‘respect his deals’ in Brazil.
Atletico Madrid are reportedly willing to consider the option of a loan for Inter and Milan target Alessio Cerci.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Rafa Benitez praised Duvan Zapata, gave Jose Callejon a telling off and discussed his job offers to leave Napoli.
Roberto Donadoni confessed Parma are “scared and not determined enough” after a 2-0 defeat to Napoli.
Napoli got back on track by adding to Parma’s woes with a 2-0 result thanks to Duvan Zapata and Dries Mertens.
Fernando Llorente is looking forward to Monday’s Juventus-Napoli Italian Super Cup. “Anything could happen!”
Milan youth product Isaac Akuetteh will be back playing in January, six months after he was hit by a train.
Fredy Guarin has “even more motivation” to silence Inter critics, said his agent after reports of a January exit.
Palermo, Cesena and Leeds United are all eager to take Leonardo Pavoletti from Sassuolo in January.
Zdenek Zeman explained his tactical revolution against Juventus, although Cagliari were still beaten 3-1.
Max Allegri noted “it was important to end 2014 top of the table,” but was “astonished” by Zdenek Zeman’s Cagliari.
Arturo Vidal scored a wonderful goal in a Juventus victory at Cagliari and assured “in 2015 I’ll get back to being among the best.”
Leandro Castan admits he was “scared” before undergoing brain surgery, but the experience brought him closer to Roma than ever.
Juventus will end 2014 top of the Serie A table after a comfortable 3-1 victory away to Zdenek Zeman’s struggling Cagliari.
Italy boss Antonio Conte had a “positive” visit to Cesena and praised their youth academy.
Parma’s new owners are reportedly looking for a new President after Pietro Doca again denied he signed the paperwork.
Roberto Mancini reveals he returned to Inter “for the affection that ties me to this club.”
Napoli completely revamp their defence ahead of Monday’s Italian Super Cup with Juventus and Duvan Zapata starts against Parma tonight.
Italy and Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli received a one-match ban and £25,000 fine for sending an offensive tweet.
Juventus dg Beppe Marotta warned Antonio Conte and Italy that they aren’t forced to send players for get-togethers.
Gervinho insists Rudi Garcia’s controversial ban “won’t have repercussions” on Roma ahead of their game with Milan.
Juventus lead Serie A by just one point and, if they fail to beat Zdenek Zeman’s Cagliari, could start 2015 in second place.
The Italian Super Cup between Juventus and Napoli will now be played at 17.30 GMT on Monday in Qatar.
Empoli striker Francesco Tavano believes that Sunday’s Tuscan derby with Fiorentina is ‘just another game’.
Paul Pogba could be rested for Juventus’ trip to Cagliari tonight, while Alvaro Morata is set to replace Fernando Llorente.
Juventus target Andrej Kramaric will now have a reported €10m asking price on his head, after signing a new contract with Rijeka.
Liverpool and Valencia were the two clubs who offered a job to Napoli’s Rafa Benitez, according to reports in Italy.
Milan are capable of finishing third and securing Champions League football, Coach Filippo Inzaghi believes.
Pippo Inzaghi believes his Milan team can do great things in 2015, once players have returned from injury.
Milan Coach Filippo Inzaghi warns the Rossoneri will face one of the ‘best teams in Italy’ in Roma when they meet on Saturday.
Parma’s ownership saga rumbles on, as prospective new President Pietro Doca says he won’t attend a Press conference scheduled for tomorrow.

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