Inter’s Diego Milito is being linked with a move back to Argentine club Racing Club de Avellaneda and a potential link-up with brother Gabriel.
Alexandre Pato has made some strange comments on life at Milan under Massimiliano Allegri amid reports linking the striker with a move away.
Djibril Cisse has reiterated his desire to stay at Lazio, amid reports linking him with a return home to France in January.
Massimiliano Allegri has reflected on his team’s performance in the lead-up to the winter break and on his relationship with Silvio Berlusconi.
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Adriano Galliani reveals Milan won’t sign Maxi Lopez. “I made a promise to Carlitos Tevez that we’ll wait for him until January 31.”
Francesco Totti confesses to one regret in his long career. “I would’ve liked to work with Jose Mourinho.”
New Coach Pasquale Marino has outlined his vision for Genoa, complete with a 4-3-3 system and “the quality of Cristobal Jorquera.”
Inter general manager Ernesto Paolillo admits the club must qualify for the Champions League “or we’d have to further reduce our budget.”
Gianluigi Buffon has blasted the Juventus critics who said he was finished. “They’re peasants! As for the Scudetto, Milan remain the favourites.”
Marco Parolo could be Udinese’s January midfield reinforcement with a knock-on effect for Cesena and Fiorentina.
Inter might baulk at the price-tag for Sao Paolo star Lucas, so they are turning their attention to Porto hero James Rodriguez.
Mark Van Bommel insists he “never asked to be sold” from Milan, but could return to Holland in June 2012.
Napoli have officially signed Eduardo Vargas, but it’s reported they will swoop for two Czech defenders in January as well.
Struggling Novara are looking for January reinforcements, including Alberto Paloschi and Giuseppe Mascara.
Miroslav Klose is overjoyed at his first six months in a Lazio jersey. “This club is what I had been looking for.”
President Andrea Agnelli is bullish going into 2012. “I want justice for Juventus. Fabio Capello’s side would’ve beaten the Treble-winning Inter 3-0.”
Massimiliano Allegri believes Milan will target the Champions League victory in 2013, “but we can do great things this season too.”
President Maurizio Zamparini is confident new Coach Bortolo Mutti is “the right choice for Palermo,” but rules out a bid for Roma’s David Pizarro.
Italian Federation chief Giancarlo Abete saw 2011 as a very positive year for Italian football. “We’re the only nation with three Champions League teams left.”
Cristiano Doni has been released from prison after confessing to working with a betting syndicate to influence matches, but lawyers assure “his involvement is minor.”
Cesare Prandelli wishes Antonio Cassano the best for 2012. “He has matured a great deal and is convinced we’ll do well in the Euros.”
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Cristiano Doni has reportedly admitted to his involvement in a betting ring that looked to influence results in Serie B and Serie A.
Walter Mazzarri has intimated that he could become the ‘Sir Alex Ferguson of Napoli’ if the conditions are right.
Ex-Lazio President Sergio Cragnotti has laid into mis-firing striker Djibril Cisse and intimated that Lazio are over-reliant on strike-partner Miroslav Klose.
In his Christmas message to fans, Inter captain Javier Zanetti has spoken of the hope the team has in winning something in 2012.
Stefano Colantuono has admitted that preparations for Atalanta’s last match of the year were hard in light of Cristiano Doni’s arrest.
According to reports in France, Carlo Ancelotti has agreed to become the next Coach of Ligue 1 side Paris Saint-Germain.
Italy boss Cesare Prandelli will invite Simone Farina to train with his squad after the Gubbio player turned down an alleged bribe.
After being linked with the Genoa job yesterday, Luigi Del Neri is now seeing his name associated with Parma.
Seven players have been suspended for the first round of Serie A in 2012 following the midweek games.
Genoa have announced that they will definitely sign a new centre-forward during the January transfer window.
Christian Maggio is “just a few details away” from signing a new contract with Serie A and Champions League outfit Napoli.