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Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini responded to reports he’ll join Liverpool. “It’s laughable. They really don’t know what to write.”
Milan have a Brazilian attack away to Viktoria Plzen with Alexandre Pato and Robinho, plus Philippe Mexes’ full debut.
There are reports in Italy that Milan have agreed terms with Carlos Tevez for €3m until June, then €5m per season plus bonuses.
Paolo Cannavaro reveals Napoli’s crunch match with Villarreal “is part of history, the kind that as children we dreamed of playing.”
Walter Mazzarri points out Napoli “are ahead of Manchester City and qualification would be a stratospheric achievement.”
Roma reportedly had a crisis summit today in which players and directors reaffirmed their faith in Luis Enrique.
Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini hit out at Napoli chief Aurelio De Laurentiis for his “stupid comments.”
The League has confirmed that Roma's Fernando Gago, Bojan Krkic and Juan are among 12 players banned for one game after Week 14 indiscipline.
Roberto Mancini has declared that he would be happy to see Carlos Tevez leave Manchester City for an Italian club.
In a dig at Juventus, Cesena President Igor Campedelli has called for players to assist match officials by not appealing for ‘non-existent’ decisions during games.
Serse Cosmi has admitted of his pride in being handed the reigns at Lecce, after taking over from Eusebio Di Francesco at the weekend.
Claudio Ranieri admits that Inter ‘crashed hard’ at the weekend and has appealed to his Inter players to respond in midweek.
Atalanta have wasted no time in rejecting reports that they are interested in signing Juventus forward Amauri during January.
A report in Italy is suggesting that Marcello Lippi has twice rejected the opportunity to become the new Genoa boss.
Juventus will end the year without Mirko Vucinic after he was sidelined for the next 20 days with injury.
After Lazio’s 3-0 win over Novara on Monday night, Dave Taylor picks his Serie A Team of the Week.
The agent of Marco Van Basten has dismissed theories that the Dutch legend could replace Massimiliano Allegri at Milan in the summer.
Marco Di Vaio has a new scoring objective – to ripple the net as a Bologna player against Italian giants Inter.
Antonio Di Natale believes Udinese will be able to continue challenging the big boys this season – but only if they remain grounded.
Juventus were just details away from signing Giuseppe Rossi from Villarreal over the summer, agent Federico Pastorello has noted.
Catania have confirmed that they have a verbal agreement with Milan over the January transfer of Maxi Lopez.
Novara boss Atillio Tesser has labelled last night’s defeat to Lazio as their poorest performance of the campaign.
Midfielder Antonio Nocerino is happy to have silenced his critics so soon after his initial struggles at new club Milan.
Inter could decide to replace Diego Milito during the January transfer window with Roma striker Marco Borriello.
Palermo have dismissed the notion that Italian international Federico Balzaretti will leave the club in January.
Milan met with Carlos Tevez’s agent on Monday night and will do so again on Tuesday as talks regarding a possible January move continue.
Lazio boss Edy Reja has praised his side for the way they professionally disposed of Novara on Monday night.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Philippe Mexes is set for his first start in a Milan shirt in midweek as Massimiliano Allegri rings the changes but warns ‘Milan want a good result’.
Marco Borriello may find an avenue out of Roma this January as reports link him with a switch to former club Genoa.
Adriano Galliani has given his strongest hint yet that Milan are focusing their January transfer activity on securing Manchester City’s Carlos Tevez.
Marek Hamsik has warned his Napoli teammates against complacency in preparing for their crucial Champions League clash with Villarreal.
The legendary Roberto Baggio expects Juventus and the Italian national side to fight for honours over the next 12 months.
Udinese have confirmed that they will sign a new midfielder during the January transfer window – but it won’t be Angelo Palombo of Sampdoria.
Udinese goalkeeper Samir Handanovic was being watched by Manchester United and Bayern Munich in the summer, his agent has claimed.

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