NEWS

Serie B leaders Torino will be without star striker Rolando Bianchi for the next three games because of suspension.
Roma legend Bruno Conti claims that the club once rejected a €70m offer from Chelsea for Daniele De Rossi.
Italy will start with a front two of Mario Balotelli and Pablo Daniel Osvaldo in Tuesday’s international friendly against Uruguay.
Daniel Pablo Osvaldo is hoping to make an impact should he begin in Italy’s friendly with Uruguay on Tuesday.
Riccardo Montolivo is refusing to speculate on where he will be playing his football once he leaves Fiorentina.
Italian Under-21 captain Davide Santon says he’s happy with life in England following his switch to Newcastle United.
Lazio striker Djibril Cisse says he’ll play in France again – but only if one of two clubs make a bid for him.
Antonio Di Natale is ready to respond to the Italy call should boss Cesare Prandelli recall him to the squad.
Carlo Ancelotti believes that Didier Drogba and Nicolas Anelka would potentially be fine signings for Milan.
Italy will play Uruguay on Tuesday, 21 years after they last beat the South American outfit at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome.
Inter President Massimo Moratti has said that he wouldn’t hesitate in re-signing Manchester City’s Mario Balotelli.
Sampdoria have confirmed that they have two options to replace Gianluca Atzori – Roberto Donadoni and Beppe Iachini.
Lazio are again being linked with Marco Parolo of Cesena as they push to qualify for next season’s Champions League.
Stephan El Shaarawy has no interest in leaving Milan next January despite his lack of playing time, his agent has stated.
Manchester City will make Milan a €30m offer for star defender Thiago Silva, reports in England and Italy are suggesting.
Inter boss Claudio Ranieri admits he’d love to have Mario Balotelli at his disposal, but his side really needs new options in midfield.
Gianluca Atzori has wished Sampdoria well for the future after he was sacked by the port outfit on Sunday afternoon.
Boss Antonio Conte has reportedly told Juventus to not sell Fabio Quagliarella in January under any circumstances.
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Fabio Cannavaro admits he doesn’t particularly miss playing football and advises Napoli to “focus on winning the Scudetto.”
Fernando Muslera returns to the Stadio Olimpico on Tuesday as Uruguay face Italy. “It’s so emotional to be back there.”
Catania Pietro Lo Monaco confirms Maxi Lopez moving to Milan in January “would suit everybody.”
Fiorentina club manager Vincenzo Guerini is confident his team have “a long-term project” with new Coach Delio Rossi.
Miralem Pjanic is won over by Francesco Totti and assures despite their rough start “Roma can finish in the top three.”
Although he has not officially joined Palermo yet, Argentine talent Franco Vazquez assures “I’ll be there on January 3.”
Sampdoria have officially sacked Coach Gianluca Atzori after today’s 1-0 home defeat to Vicenza.
Edinson Cavani doesn’t mind a punishing schedule for Napoli and Uruguay. “We’ve got to continue with this intensity.”
Cesare Prandelli and Gigi Buffon explain why Italy took part in a “historic” training session on land confiscated from the mafia.
FIGC President Giancarlo Abete agrees “everyone has faith in Mario Balotelli” after netting his first Italy goal.
Alberto Paloschi assures Italy’s Under-21 side have no intention of slowing down. “We want to beat Hungary too.”
Dino Zoff congratulates Gigi Buffon on matching his Italy caps record, “but he’ll never reach my 330 consecutive games for Juventus.”
Frustrated with the delays and red tape, it’s reported Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis could buy the Stadio San Paolo.
Pier Paolo Bisoli reveals his sensations when he was fired by Bologna. “You have to take it, knowing you’ve given your all.”
Juventus are reportedly stepping up their bid to sign Borussia Dortmund’s German international starlet Mario Götze.
Maxi Lopez is already looking forward to his January move to Milan. “I’ll help Zlatan Ibrahimovic win the Champions League.”

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