NEWS

It was a shock evening in the Champions League, as both Manchester City and Manchester United crashed out of the competition.
Inter ended the Champions League group phase with a 2-1 home defeat to CSKA Moscow after terrible defending on set plays.
Napoli are through to the Champions League last 16 after beating Villarreal 2-0 with Gokhan Inler and Marek Hamsik!
There were reports Carlos Tevez could seal his move to Milan tonight, but his agents warn “it remains difficult to strike a deal with Manchester City.”
Napoli have the Three Tenors to take on a weakened Villarreal as they fight to reach the last 16 of the Champions League.
Inter have fielded a solid team for the final game against CSKA Moscow, aware top spot in the Champions League group is secure.
Novara are set to borrow two Milan starlets in January to boost their survival prospects, bringing in Stephan El Shaarawy and Mattia De Sciglio.
Bologna boss Stefano Pioli has every intention of spoiling Juventus’ party in the Coppa Italia tomorrow night.
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis is in Spain for tonight’s crunch Villarreal match. “From Serie C to the Champions League.”
Ex-Roma star Ruggiero Rizzitelli has slammed Luis Enrique’s tactics. “It’s not possession football, it’s keep-ball.”
Italian international Federico Balzaretti says he’s just focusing on Palermo and not a future at Paris Saint-Germain.
Fiorentina have made no approach for Josip Ilicic of Palermo. “It’s a journalistic invention,” noted his agent.
Inter captain Javier Zanetti has dismissed suggestions that the club’s squad is past its sell by date.
Cesare Natali has no idea whether he will be handed a new contract by current club Fiorentina.
Juventus boss Antonio Conte has confirmed that he’ll rest numerous first team players in Thursday’s Coppa Italia tie against Bologna.
History favours Juventus in their home Coppa Italia ties with Bologna, but it is not all bad news for the Rossoblu.
Edin Dzeko has no interest in leaving Manchester City for Juventus, the striker’s agent has underlined.
Taye Taiwo’s Milan career could come to an end in January, the defender’s representative has admitted.
Italian legend Roberto Baggio has applauded Milan’s proposed swoop for Manchester City forward Carlos Tevez.
Roma youngster Bojan Krkic has asked for forgiveness after he was sent-off in Sunday’s 3-0 loss to Fiorentina.
Winning the Coppa Italia is a priority for Juventus boss Antonio Conte this season.
Palermo’s Mauricio Pinilla is the latest striker to be associated with a January switch to struggling Inter.
Philippe Mexes has asked Milan for patience in order to rediscover his top form after starting a game for the first time since April 3.
Despite links with Juventus, Mattia Destro’s agent insists that the player will end the campaign with Siena.
The agent of Inter forward Diego Milito has categorically ruled out the possibility of a January transfer.
Milan could wrap up a deal with Manchester City for Carlos Tevez by the end of today, reports in Italy are suggesting.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Massimiliano Allegri couldn’t hide his irritation after Milan dropped a 2-0 lead in Prague.
Claudio Marchisio won’t hide from the Scudetto, but claims “the Coppa Italia is like the Champions League” to Juventus.
Serie B side Ascoli have seen their penalty reduced from six points to three on appeal.
Alexandre Pato and Robinho had given Milan a 2-0 lead, but Viktoria Plzen snatched a point with the last kick of the game.
Carlo Ancelotti has always said he’d like to be the Coach at Roma, but insists “they haven’t contacted me” to replace Luis Enrique.
Daniele De Rossi reassures Roma fans that Coach Luis Enrique “needs time” to develop his ambitious project.
Adriano Galliani confirmed “Milan have an agreement with Carlos Tevez and we’ve sent a proposal to Manchester City. He wants to join us.”
Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini responded to reports he’ll join Liverpool. “It’s laughable. They really don’t know what to write.”

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