NEWS

Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani has asked for Sunday’s evening game against Napoli to be postponed.
Inter chief Massimo Moratti says he’s happy with the way the club conducted itself during the January transfer window – despite the sale of Thiago Motta.
As expected, tonight’s game between Siena and Catania has also been cancelled because of the snow in Tuscany.
Wednesday’s Bologna-Fiorentina match has been called off because of the weather, the Viola have confirmed.
Serbian international Milos Krasic is still at Juventus, but a move to a Russian club is possible until 24 February.
New Inter signing Angelo Palombo reportedly rejected January offers from both Parma and Fiorentina.
Carlo Ancelotti has intimated that Paris Saint-Germain will make a new bid for Milan’s Alexandre Pato in the summer.
Antonio Candreva says he has joined Lazio in order to stay after completing a loan move from Cesena.
David Pizarro can make a difference for Manchester City following his move from Roma, says Roberto Mancini.
Juventus boss Antonio Conte was left fuming after Tuesday’s Serie A game at Parma was called off.
Last night’s postponed game between Parma and Juventus was another example why the country needs new stadiums, says Beppe Marotta.
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Igli Tare has explained how a disappointing deadline day transpired for Lazio as they missed out on Keisuke Honda and Nilmar.
Fiorentina are blaming Ajax for the last-minute collapse of Mounir El Hamdaoui’s transfer to Florence on deadline day.
Cagliari have kept hold of Juventus target Radja Nainggolan and claimed that it was their intention to do so all along.
Genoa keep Juraj Kucka and loan out Dario Dainelli, whilst the Grifone’s Felipe Seymour is one of three players signed on loan by Catania on deadline day.
Inter have confirmed that they have sold midfielder Thiago Motta to Paris Saint-Germain on the final day of the winter transfer window.
Tonight’s League match between Parma and table-topping Juventus has been called off late in the evening due to adverse weather conditions.
Milan have captured young Brazilian forward Lucas Roggia on loan from Internacional.
Paris Saint-Germain have announced on their official website that they have signed Inter midfielder Thiago Motta.
Just as the transfer window closes, Cesena land Mario Santana but are uncertain as to whether Antonio Candreva has left for Lazio.
Edy Reja is nervously awaiting for the conclusion of Lazio’s transfer dealings on deadline day: “I have asked for a striker and a midfielder.”
Angelo Palombo returns to Serie A as confirmation of his loan switch from Sampdoria to Inter comes through.
Takayuki Morimoto’s hopes of a move away from Novara look to be dashed as Chievo pull the plug on a loan move at the last minute.
Francesco Guidolin has welcomed Michele Pazienza back to Udinese and confirmed that he could feature for the Zebrette as soon as tomorrow night.
Simone Padoin has reflected upon his deadline-day transfer from Atalanta to Juventus. “As soon as I heard Juventus were interested…”
Premiership side QPR have confirmed the arrival of Djibril Cisse from Italian outfit Lazio. “He’ll score 10 to 15 goals in England,” says Edy Reja.
Pippo Inzaghi has rejected an offer from Siena, amongst other clubs, in order to continue his career at Milan.
Parma forward Graziano Pellé will end the campaign on loan at Serie B outfit Sampdoria.
Inter have completed the loan capture of Fredy Guarin from Porto. “He’s a great player,” said boss Claudio Ranieri.
Lazio look like they have missed out on Keisuke Honda after failing to agree terms with CSKA Moscow.
Angelo Palombo looks to be heading to Inter after Sampdoria signed Gianni Munari from Fiorentina.
Italian giants Juventus say that they have done a deal for Ajax teenager Ouasim Bouy.
Pippo Inzaghi could leave Milan after Siena made a transfer deadline day approach for the veteran.
Sulley Muntari has joined Milan on loan from city rivals Inter, the Rossoneri have confirmed on Tuesday afternoon.

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