NEWS

Lorenzo Insigne has praised the influence of Zdenek Zeman in helping him break into Italy’s Under-21 team and confirmed that he intends to play for Napoli one day.
Aurelio De Laurentiis has indicated that he is willing to keep Lorenzo Insigne out on loan for another season, but claimed that his future lies with Napoli.
Massimo Mezzaroma has warned Napoli that Siena’s weakened state does not mean that they are going into Sunday’s match with a beaten mindset.
Daniele De Rossi is a doubt for Roma’s match with Cesena at the weekend as he struggles to shake off a muscle injury.
Thiago Silva is Italy’s only representative in UEFA’s Team of the Year for 2011, which was announced earlier today.
Diego Forlan has suffered a further set-back in his Inter career as the club confirm he is undergoing tests on another suspected muscle injury.
Ciro Ferrara has again lamented Serie A’s lack of faith in Italian youth, after spending a few days working with the Under-21 side this week.
Claudio Ranieri has responded to recent criticism surrounding Inter as he looks to focus the squad on the start of their Coppa Italia campaign this week.
New Parma signing Jonathan has underlined that he didn’t initially reject a switch to the Stadio Tardini outfit.
Cesena have admitted that clubs are interested in Marco Parolo and Antonio Candreva – but no official bids have been made for them.
Giuseppe Scullli has admitted that he never thought he’d return to Genoa – exactly a year after he left the Grifone for Lazio.
Relegation-threatened Lecce have confirmed that they have sold Djamel Mesbah to Italian champions Milan.
Genoa have confirmed that they will re-sign Giuseppe Sculli after striking a deal with capital club Lazio.
One of the agents representing Fiorentina’s Riccardo Montolivo has rejected talk of a January move to Milan.
Palermo have confirmed that they are on the verge of signing Massimo Donati from Serie B side Bari.
Inter transfer chief Marco Branca has flown out to Brazil in an effort to complete the capture of Juan Jesus.
Qualifying for Europe is the objective for Serie A side Genoa, goalkeeper Sebastien Frey has revealed.
Former Parma boss Franco Colomba feels that Amauri could make an instant impact at Fiorentina should he complete his move to Tuscany.
Cesena’s Adrian Mutu insists he has no regrets about not completing a proposed move to Roma in 2008.
Serie B leaders Torino are being linked with a move for Udinese and Italian Under-21 fantasista Diego Fabbrini.
Former Milan and Italy boss Arrigo Sacchi thinks Alexandre Pato made a mistake in snubbing a San Siro exit.
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi admits that he did “Milan a favour” by allowing Alexander Merkel to return to San Siro.
Taye Taiwo is disappointed that he has so far been unable to prove himself worthy of the Milan jersey.
Bologna have distanced themselves from reports that they are interested in Simone Perrotta of Roma.
Inter enigma Mauro Zarate will end the current campaign at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, his agent has confirmed.
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Attilio Tesser is confident Novara can cause another upset against Milan in the Coppa Italia tomorrow. “Our game against them made us famous.”
Zlatan Ibrahimovic will end his career at Milan and Mario Balotelli “realises Manchester isn’t as bad as he thought.”
Porto star Fredy Guarin has declared he will “either continue playing at Porto or join Juventus” by Thursday, slamming the door on Inter.
Just days after terminating the deal, Parma have announced Inter full-back Jonathan has joined them on loan.
There are many reports that Thiago Motta is heading to Paris Saint-Germain, but the Inter midfielder’s agent insists “there are no negotiations.”
Juventus have officially sold half of Fredrik Sorensen to Bologna in exchange for a co-ownership deal for Saphir Taider.
Milan’s injury crisis in midfield gets even worse, as they confirm Kevin-Prince Boateng is out for at least a month.
The changes to the Serie A fixtures have been confirmed, including Roma-Inter, Milan-Napoli and the final 25 minutes of Catania-Roma.
Milan have officially announced that Alexander Merkel has returned from Genoa for a six-month loan spell.

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