Gianluigi Donnarumma said staying at Milan was “the right thing to do” and he’d “never” join Inter, but wouldn’t rule out Juventus in future.
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Torino playmaker Adem Ljajic admits “I’ve made some mistakes in the past” but “I hope my time has come”.
Roma have confirmed that Patrik Schick will be out for 15 days with a muscular injury.
Napoli’s former fitness coach insists Juventus striker Gonzalo Higuain “is not lazy” but “falls back on his talent” too much.
Lazio’s defensive injury crisis could lead to a recall for outcast Mauricio, according to reports.
Former Juventus striker Fabrizio Ravanelli slams Gonzalo Higuain - “I’d leave him out against Torino”.
Spal President Walter Mattioli has low expectations for the Napoli game - “I hope my lads do their best and don’t concede too many”.
Andrea Ranocchia reveals Inter Coach Luciano Spalletti “convinced me to stay” this summer.
Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini shrugs off Leonardo Bonucci’s departure - “it’s part of the game”.
Week 5 saw an average of 23,000 fans at Serie A fixtures, as attendances continue to rise.
Lazio have been fined €10,000 for anti-Neapolitan chanting, with Roma getting the same punishment for throwing flares.
Giorgio Chiellini believes this Torino are the strongest he’s faced at Juventus - “it’s nice to see the level of the derby always rising”.
With Napoli and Juve standing alone at the top of Serie A Dave Taylor selects his best XI from Week 5’s action.
Sassuolo director general Giovanni Carnevali expects “a leap in quality” from Domenico Berardi this year.
Juventus Coach Max Allegri reportedly stormed down the tunnel yesterday due to Miralem Pjanic.
Juventus defender Benedikt Howedes has picked up another muscular injury during today’s training session.
Massimo Moratti admits he misses being Inter President, but once again rules out returning.
Roma goalkeeper Alisson is happy to be “playing consistently” and names his save on Saul Niguez as his most difficult.
Leonardo Bonucci was pleased with “three good points” for Milan against Spal but “we’ve done nothing yet”.
Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly would prefer the Scudetto to the Champions League but “it’s too early to talk about it”.
The referees for Serie A Week 6 have been announced, with Piero Giacomelli assigned the Derby della Mole between Juventus and Torino on Saturday.
Lucas Lima’s agent claims Inter and Roma both want the Santos midfielder but face competition from Barcelona and Manchester United.
Milan have confirmed that midfielder Riccardo Montolivo has sustained a thigh injury.
Napoli, Juventus and Inter are all reportedly ready to launch a transfer tug-of-war for Paris Saint-Germain striker Edinson Cavani in January.
Jorginho believes Napoli’s brand of “simple” football and their ability to “move the ball quickly” makes it “easy” for them to score.
Former Juventus star Carlos Tevez claims “not even 50 years will be enough for Chinese football to reach the heights of European football.”
Andrea Stramaccioni reportedly risks the sack at Sparta Prague after a poor start to the season.
Senad Lulic insists Lazio’s 4-1 defeat to Napoli on Wednesday was “misleading” as “it would’ve been different if we played the whole game with our starters.”
Genoa will reportedly replace Coach Ivan Juric with Massimo Oddo if they fail to beat Bologna on September 30.
Juventus general manager Beppe Marotta admits “if Paulo Dybala wants to leave, it’ll be impossible to keep him.”
Juan Cuadrado says he is “happy” to have stayed at Juventus and vows Gonzalo Higuain “will bounce back and score a lot of goals.”
Milan full-back Ignazio Abate admits he thought about retiring after his eye injury and urges young players to look up to “exemplary” Gabriel Paletta.
Shakhtar Donetsk captain and Napoli rival Darijo Srna has reportedly failed a drug test.
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