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Italy boss Cesare Prandelli says he’ll be forced to try some new attacking solutions while waiting for Antonio Cassano and Giuseppe Rossi to return.
Sebastian Giovinco has withdrawn from the Italian international squad after picking up an injury on Sunday.
Fiorentina stopper Michele Camporese has been added to the Italian Under-21 international squad.
Milan underlined that they are still the best side in Italy with a comfortable victory over Catania on Sunday, says Pietro Lo Monaco.
Sicilian giants Palermo have admitted a desire to sign talented Bologna youngster Gaston Ramirez.
Milan have suggested that they will bring in a new striker on loan during January as a possible replacement for Antonio Cassano.
Captain Gigi Buffon thinks Antonio Cassano could still make the difference for Italy at the 2012 European Championship.
Gigi Buffon, Morgan De Sanctis and Salvatore Sirigu will reportedly all feature at some stage in Italy’s games against Poland and Uruguay.
Antonio Di Natale of Udinese remains one of Italy’s finest players despite again being omitted from the international squad, says his agent.
It’s looking increasingly likely that the postponed Napoli-Juventus tie will now be played on Tuesday 29 November.
Cagliari chief Massimo Cellino has dismissed suggestions that he could be tempted to sack boss Massimo Ficcadenti.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani has told Italy boss Cesare Prandelli to not underestimate the ability of Ignazio Abate.
Diego Milito has failed to rule out a return to former club Genoa – even though he insists he’s just focusing on Inter right now.
Fiorentina will hold crisis talks on Monday which could possibly lead to the dismissal of boss Sinisa Mihajlovic.
Catania ace Maxi Lopez has opened the door for a possible January move to reigning Italian champions Milan.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Uruguay have named their squad for the friendly against Italy, including Edinson Cavani, but Abel Hernandez misses out.
Walter Mazzarri admits it was “a surprise” when Napoli-Juventus was called off. “It’s a shame, as we were ready to make our fans happy.”
Daniele Bonera has suffered head trauma and whiplash during Milan’s 4-0 win over Catania.
Catania striker Maxi Lopez reacts to rumours he’ll join Milan in January. “If the Rossoneri want me, then I’m ready.”
Ignazio Abate, Mario Balotelli and Alessandro Matri are called for Italy’s friendlies against Poland and Uruguay. “I’ll wait for Antonio Cassano and Giuseppe Rossi.”
There are reports that Cagliari will fire Massimo Ficcadenti and bring in Gigi De Canio after two consecutive defeats.
All the latest celebration and recrimination from Press rooms around the Peninsula.
Sinisa Mihajlovic admits his future at Fiorentina “doesn’t depend on me,” but the club backed their Coach “for the moment.”
Francesco Guidolin dedicated Udinese’s win and Serie A leadership to those fans “who followed us to Madrid.”
Edy Reja is enjoying the view from the top of the table, as Lazio “have gone beyond our rosiest expectations.”
Massimiliano Allegri reveals Milan “defend well to attack better” for their five wins on the bounce.
Both Napoli and Juventus agree it was the right decision to call off tonight’s game amid fears for public safety in the flooded city.
Milan revamp their attack with Urby Emanuelson as trequartista behind Robinho and Zlatan Ibrahimovic against Catania.
Tonight’s Scudetto showdown between Napoli and Juventus has officially been called off due to floods in the area.
Fabio Cannavaro admits he’s cheering on Napoli this evening, although he invites Alessandro Del Piero to join him in Dubai.
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis reveals Marek Hamsik’s contract extension is ready and advises Edinson Cavani ahead of facing Juventus.
Antonio Cassano has reportedly been sent home from hospital for the first time in a week, as he continues to recuperate from heart surgery.
Ciro Ferrara played for both clubs and admits tonight’s Napoli-Juventus match leaves him torn. “I don’t know who to cheer on.”