NEWS

Juventus have brought their January spending to an end with the capture of Simone Padoin from Atalanta.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Franco Baldini has suggested he does not feel pressured to see Daniele De Rossi sign a new contract at Roma by January 31.
Serie A will resume on Tuesday as Parma host leaders Juventus in what promises to be an intriguing tie.
Arrigo Sacchi has lightly attacked Milan, revealed which Coach he recommended to both the Rossoneri and Real Madrid and where Italy are falling short on youth development.
Forgotten Juventus full-back Marco Motta looks set to be handed a chance to rebuild a name for himself at Catania.
Udinese have apparently failed to agree a deal with Juventus to take Michele Pazienza, paving the way for the midfielder’s possible return to Napoli.
Ahead of visiting Milan to the Olimpico this midweek, Lazio Coach Edy Reja reveals his belief that Miroslav Klose is a better striker than Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Adriano Galliani says predicting the next 24 hours of the transfer market is too risky, but he still predicts Filippo Inzaghi will stay.
Roberto Donadoni is eagerly anticipating the visit of table-topping Juventus on Tuesday night and warns his players not to be afraid.
Novara have confirmed that they have sacked Coach Attilio Tesser and replaced him Emiliano Mondonico.
Roma have, as expected, completed the capture of Marquinho from Brazilian outfit Fluminese.
Novara have reportedly decided to sack boss Attilio Tesser and Emiliano Mondonico could be his replacement.
Gianluca Vialli has revealed the reasoning behind his controversial tweet aimed at Pescara Coach Zdenek Zeman.
Juventus boss Antonio Conte used his Press conference ahead of the Parma game to label Milan as the “super favourites” for the Scudetto.
Lazio have made no move to sign Angelo Palombo from Sampdoria, the midfielder’s agent has underlined.
Lecce have sold Ruben Olivera to Fiorentina, while the Stadio Via Del Mare outfit have netted Valeri Bojinov.
Antonio Candreva is unlikely to join Champions League outfit Napoli from Cesena before the January transfer window closes.
Napoli have joined Udinese in their pursuit of Juventus midfielder Michele Pazienza, his agent has revealed.
Palermo chief Maurizio Zamparini has his doubts about how successful Luis Enrique can be with Roma.
Serie A giants Lazio have reportedly agreed to sell Djibril Cisse to QPR before the transfer window closes tomorrow.
Ruben Olivera is undergoing his medical in Florence as he nears the completion of his move from Lecce to Fiorentina.
Inter teenager Philippe Coutinho has confirmed that he will end the season on loan at Espanyol in Spain.
There are reports that Juventus may have grabbed an option on two Genoa players after selling a share of Ciro Immobile.
Juventus general director Beppe Marotta has admitted that signing Radja Nainggolan over the next 48 hours is a target.
After helping their respective sides to important wins, players from Lecce, Juventus and Lazio all make Dave Taylor’s Team of the Week.
The February meeting between Milan and Juventus could decide the destination of the Scudetto, says Diavolo ace Antonio Nocerino.
Inter are reportedly on the verge of completing a deal for Fredy Guarin after successful talks with Porto.
Wesley Sneijder expects to hold talks with Inter boss Claudio Ranieri later today regarding his substitution at Lecce.
Inter boss Claudio Ranieri has insisted that Thiago Motta will not be leaving for Paris Saint-Germain this month.
Juventus have confirmed that Luca Toni has left the club after agreeing a deal with UAE Pro-League outfit AL Nasr.
Bottom of the table Novara are considering a change of Coach after the club fell to yet another Serie A defeat.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Massimiliano Allegri says it was crucial for Milan to stay within a point of Juventus and insists he has no regrets about letting Andrea Pirlo go.
Milan announced this evening that Alexander Merkel will be out for at least eight weeks after tests showed a torn knee ligament.

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