NEWS

Roma make some changes in today’s game as they host Livorno under new Coach Attilio Perotti.
Vincenzo Montella is ready to throw Alessandro Matri into the starting XI against Catania and revealed Fiorentina’s “transfer activity is not over.”
Edy Reja warns Lazio to “set aside the fear and no longer have dips in concentration” as they take on Udinese.
Hernan Crespo confirms new Milan Coach Clarence Seedorf “asked me to work with him” as a trainer for strikers.
Alessandro Matri could make his Fiorentina debut against Catania on Sunday, though Anderson isn’t in the squad.
Livorno director Stefano Capozucca confirmed the club “turned down Sassuolo’s offer for Paulinho.”
Anderson is officially a Fiorentina player after completing his move from Manchester United. “I am very happy and want to help.”
Sunday’s Genoa-Inter match could be postponed or rescheduled to another day due to flooding in the area.
Rafa Benitez insists it’s “still too early to make predictions” on the Scudetto and told Napoli to improve against Bologna.
Clarence Seedorf held his debut Press conference as Milan Coach and pledged to “rediscover enthusiasm, joy and fun in playing football.”
As expected, Verona midfielder Jorginho is at the Napoli camp in order to undergo a medical and complete his transfer.
La Gazzetta dello Sport claims Roma have agreed to sign Gaston Ramirez from Southampton, though he’d be loaned to Bologna first.
According to Tuttosport, Juventus are targeting Manchester United’s Patrice Evra and Nani plus Aston Villa striker Christian Benteke.
Milan have proposed Riccardo Saponara or Jherson Vergara to Parma in part-exchange for Italy international Marco Parolo.
Roberto Mancini is cheering on Sampdoria and Sinisa Mihajlovic against Juventus today. “They’ve become my life’s biggest rivals.”
Mario Balotelli is convinced Milan can revive their season with new Coach Clarence Seedorf. “Personally I’m happy.”
While Napoli bring in Jorginho from Verona and Michel Bastos from Al Ain, they could send Goran Pandev towards Tottenham.
It’s reported Juventus duo Paolo De Ceglie and Marco Motta will begin training with Genoa today ahead of their transfers.
John Heitinga’s agent confirms Roma “are serious candidates” for the Dutch Everton defender.
Napoli have still not agreed terms with Tottenham for Etienne Capoue, so Yann M’Vila and Michael Essien are alternatives.
Marco Verratti admits “it would be splendid” to play alongside Andrea Pirlo, while his agent reveals just how close he came to Juventus.
The second half of the season begins today with Roma hosting new Livorno Coach Attilio Perotti and Juventus facing Sinisa Mihajlovic’s Sampdoria.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Fiorentina’s new signing Anderson has said goodbye to Manchester United fans and pledged the Viola “won’t regret” it.
Andriy Shevchenko admits Clarence Seedorf’s arrival as Coach “was unexpected, but Milan really believe in him.”
Parma could take Ezequiel Schelotto and Jonathan Rossini in exchange for Aleandro Rosi, Nicola Sansone and Pedro Mendes to Sassuolo.
Nantes directors insist Inter have not intercepted a move for Filip Djordjevic. “We think he’s already signed for Lazio.”
Monaco star Radamel Falcao would “one day like to play in Serie A” and admires Francesco Totti, Mario Balotelli and Andrea Pirlo.
Fulham and Chievo have reportedly made offers for Parma left-back Djamel Mesbah.
Jorginho’s move to Napoli is thought to be imminent, as he didn’t train with Verona today and could have his medical tomorrow.
Nigel De Jong is confident Milan can “have a great comeback” this season with Keisuke Honda and new Coach Clarence Seedorf.
Inter are whittling down their squad, as Alvaro Pereira is close to Sao Paulo and Andrea Ranocchia in Borussia Dortmund talks.
Fabio Capello believes Clarence Seedorf and Keisuke Honda have “everything it takes to do well” at Milan.
Andrea Barzagli returns to the Juventus squad for Saturday’s Serie A game against Sampdoria.
The changes to the Serie A fixture list have been released all the way up to the end of March.

TODAY'S FRONT PAGES