Mancini on exports and Mourinho
Roberto Mancini insists it is “good for Italian football” to export players like Mario Balotelli, but snapped at Jose Mourinho over Portugal.
Line-ups: Club Brugge-Torino
Torino are back in Europe after 22 years and visit Belgians Club Brugge with Amauri and Fabio Quagliarella.
Inter open their Europa League group campaign in Kiev against Dnipro with Mauro Icardi and Fredy Guarin.
Buffon: 'Juve top eight in Europe'
Gigi Buffon said Max Allegri is “less maniacal” than Antonio Conte, but Juventus “can be in Europe’s top eight clubs.”
Roma-CSKA hooliganism row
Roma stewards are furious, but CSKA Moscow insist they won’t be punished after crowd trouble in the Champions League.
Kobe Bryant to buy Bologna?
There are reports basketball star Kobe Bryant could be one of the new investors in Serie B club Bologna.
Evra: 'Milan-Juve why I'm here'
Patrice Evra said Saturday’s Milan-Juventus at San Siro “is the kind of game I wanted to play when I arrived.”
Biabiany cardiac problem confirmed
Parma have confirmed Jonathan Biabiany’s move to Milan failed when a cardiac problem was discovered.
Nainggolan: Pressure no problem
Radja Nainggolan isn’t concerned about pressure on Roma but he does believe their underdog status in Europe may help.
‘Cagliari top five by 2020’
Cagliari President Tommaso Giulini has outlined ambitious plans for his side, including breaking the top five in Serie A by 2020.
Higuain in, De Guzman out
Napoli have named a 19-man squad for tonight’s Europa League clash with Sparta Prague - Gonzalo Higuain is in, but Jonathan de Guzman isn’t.
Rizzoli for Milan-Juventus
Nicola Rizzoli will officiaite Milan’s top-of-the-table clash with Juventus at San Siro on Saturday night.
‘Milan reflect Pippo’s enthusiasm’
Ignazio Abate is another to revel in Milan’s new atmosphere under Pippo Inzaghi, as he updates on his contract situation.
Amauri set for Torino start
Amauri is in line for a first start for Torino, as part of four changes for tonight’s Europa League meeting with Club Brugge.
Astori out for three weeks?
Roma defender David Astori has reportedly suffered a first degree strain to his right knee and will be out of action for up to three weeks.
Guarin agent: No Mazzarri issue
Fredy Guarin’s agent has dismissed speculation of a difficult relationship with Walter Mazzarri and says neither Inter man wanted the move to Juventus.
Richards to start for Fiorentina
Vincenzo Montella is expected to hand first Fiorentina starts to Micah Richards, Milan Badelj and Jose Basanta tonight against Guingamp.
Six changes for Inter
Walter Mazzarri is expected to make as many as six changes to his Inter starting line-up for today’s Europa League clash with Dnipro.
Napoli deny sale talk
Napoli have released a statement on their official website categorically denying rumours that shares of the club are for sale.
Iturbe, Astori set for tests
Juan Iturbe and Davide Astori face assessment on injuries picked up during Roma’s 5-1 Champions League win over CSKA Moscow.
Roma-CSKA: Three arrested, 15 detained
Three fans were reportedly arrested before Roma’s Champions League clash with CSKA Moscow, and 15 more detained afterwards.
Italy move up to 13th
FIFA have released the latest World Rankings and revealed that Italy have moved up a place after a first month under Antonio Conte.
Suso has Milan agreement
Liverpool winger Suso has reportedly already agreed personal terms with Milan over a move in January or June.
De Jong: Juve the first test
Nigel de Jong admits Juventus represent Milan’s first real test of the season, whilst he confirms contract renewal talks.
Benatia: So many insults
Mehdi Benatia says he has received ‘so many insults’ from Roma fans since the club’s fall-out with him over his Bayern Munich move.
San Siro to get CL Final
UEFA will reportedly confirm today that Milan’s Giuseppe Meazza Stadium will host the 2016 Champions League Final.
Menez: Scudetto and 10 goals
Jeremy Menez has explained his admiration for Pippo Inzaghi, how Milan must aim for the title and why he wants to score at least 10 goals this term.
What the papers say...
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Slutski: 'CSKA torn to shreds'
CSKA Moscow Coach Leonid Slutski confessed that Roma “tore us to shreds” in a 5-1 thrashing.
Totti: 'Significant Roma victory'
Francesco Totti was pleased with Roma’s “significant” 5-1 Champions League victory over CSKA Moscow.
Hart: 'Roma? Wow...'
Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart had a rather unusual reaction to news Roma had beaten CSKA Moscow 5-1.
Gervinho: 'Roma made it look easy'
Gervinho said Roma “made it look easy” as they pulverised CSKA Moscow 5-1 in the Champions League.
Florenzi: 'I got something...'
Alessandro Florenzi insists he got a touch on “something” during the CSKA Moscow own goal in Roma’s 5-1 win.
De Sanctis: 'Roma tough for others'
Morgan De Sanctis is sure “Bayern Munich and Manchester City won’t be happy to play Roma” in the Champions League.
Garcia: 'Roma started on right foot'
Rudi Garcia said Roma “started on two right feet” against CSKA Moscow and are confident for Manchester City.
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