NEWS

The agent of Manolo Gabbiadini has conceded that his client needs more playing time at Serie A club Atalanta.
Milan insist that Carlos Tevez will only arrive in January if Manchester City agree to a free six-month loan.
Parma have cooled reports that they could sign Angelo Palombo from Serie B side Sampdoria in January.
Genoa have dismissed speculation that Alberto Malesani will be sacked following the 2-0 loss at Cesena.
Claudio Ranieri is adamant that Inter still have a chance of ending the campaign as Italian champions.
Marcello Lippi is unsurprised that Antonio Conte has managed to rejuvenate the Old Lady of Italian football.
Juventus boss Antonio Conte has applauded Napoli – tomorrow’s opponents – on their return to the higher echelons of the Italian game.
Michele Pazienza is set to make his first start for Juventus on Tuesday night against former cub Napoli.
Siena midfielder Gaetano D’Agostino is finding it hard to digest the Serie A defeat to Inter on Sunday.
Osvaldo’s clash with Roma teammate Erik Lamela could have consequences for him on the international stage.
Inter boss Claudio Ranieri is hoping to have Douglas Maicon and Diego Forlan available for next weekend’s Serie A game.
Ignazio Abate was left impressed by how well his Milan side did in last night’s drubbing of Chievo Verona.
Respected football agent Andrea D’Amico believes a club would have to dig deep, very deep, in order to sign Napoli’s Edinson Cavani....
Inter captain Javier Zanetti has applauded Luc Castaignos after he scored a late winner in the 1-0 at Siena on Sunday.
Marek Hamsik has warned Juventus that his Napoli side know how to topple Europe’s footballing giants ahead of Tuesday’s meeting.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Domenico Di Carlo concedes Chievo “got everything wrong” in their 4-0 demolition at the hands of Milan.
Massimiliano Allegri insists the Scudetto race is wide open and hailed his Milan firepower.
Although they were held to a draw, 10-man Pescara still go second, while Empoli are revived in Gubbio.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic celebrates his 101st Serie A goals and tells Milan “we must continue along this path.”
Milan choose Alexandre Pato, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Marco Amelia against Sergio Pellssier’s Chievo tonight.
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis tried to calm Ezequiel Lavezzi’s girlfriend, who threatened to leave the city after she was mugged.
Eusebio Di Francesco is pessimistic about Lecce, but Vincenzo Montella says Catania deserve success.
Attilio Tesser admired Novara's mental attitude, but Franco Colomba saw a naive Parma.
Cagliari reacted badly to this draw, but Stefano Pioli feels Bologna deserved the result.
Daniele Arrigoni hailed Adrian Mutu, while Alberto Malesani praised Genoa's performance.
Alberto Malesani insists today’s defeat was Genoa’s best performance of the season and “someone’s playing dirty tricks” to take his job.
Fiorentina Coach Delio Rossi said he will “always thank” Palermo, although he feels his team deserved more today, including a penalty.
There is controversy at Roma, as the club suspended Pablo Daniel Osvaldo for punching teammate Erik Lamela.
Devis Mangia reveals why he changed his goalkeeper for Palermo’s win over Fiorentina. “There were communication problems.”
Giuseppe Sannino has great regrets after Siena’s dramatic finale with Inter. “We were happy two minutes from the end…”
Claudio Ranieri believes Inter rediscovered their humility in a scrappy win away to Siena. “Our objective is to get back into the Scudetto race.”
The Italian Olympic Committee has set the December 14 date for ‘round table talks’ on Calciopoli between Inter, Juventus and others.
Inter have adjusted their tactics for the trip to Siena, as Ricky Alvarez, Mauro Zarate and Giampaolo Pazzini all start.
The pressure is on Alberto Malesani to deliver, as there are reports Genoa will look to Gigi De Canio in case of defeat today.

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