Edy Reja makes his ‘debut’ for Lazio after Vladimir Petkovic’s dismissal and transforms the tactics when welcoming Inter.
Allegri: 'Don't rush Cristante'
Massimiliano Allegri warned against hyping Bryan Cristante and doesn’t “particularly care” who replaces him at Milan.
Rossi 'back in six weeks'
Giuseppe Rossi’s agent breathes a sigh of relief, claiming the Fiorentina and Italy striker could be back “in six or seven weeks.”
WK18: Unstoppable Verona
Verona continued their amazing campaign with victory in Udine, while Genoa saw off Sassuolo, Parma ended Torino’s run and Francesco Lodi had a perfect Catania comeback.
Wk18: Kaka revives Milan, Verona soar
Ricky Kaka went up to 101 Milan goals and Bryan Cristante scored his first, but 3-0 does not reflect Atalanta’s performance.
Mihajlovic: 'Napoli deserved win'
Sampdoria Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic held up his hands to admit “Napoli deserved the victory.”
Galliani: 'Nainggolan to Roma'
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani believes Roma are most likely to sign Cagliari midfielder Radja Nainggolan.
Benitez: 'Napoli too open'
Rafa Benitez warned Napoli should “be quicker at finishing games off” after a nervous 2-0 victory over Sampdoria.
Mario Balotelli and Riccardo Montolivo are out and Bryan Cristante has his first Serie A start after Max Allegri called Milan-Atalanta “a relegation dogfight.”
Prandelli: 'Italy waiting for Rossi'
Cesare Prandelli assured Giuseppe Rossi Italy “are waiting for you” after his latest knee injury.
Sacchi: Pogba shouldn’t leave
Arrigo Sacchi has advised Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba: “When you are feeling well at a club, you should not leave.”
Belfodil set for West Ham
Reports in England suggest that West Ham are close to a deal for Inter’s Ishak Belfodil and the player is set for a medical tomorrow.
Roma to push for Parolo
Walter Sabatini is reported as ready to improve Roma’s terms offered to Parma in order to close out a deal for Marco Parolo.
Mertens double dispatches Samp
Dries Mertens’ well-taken double saw Napoli break through a spirited Sampdoria performance on Monday afternoon.
Lamela’s agent in Rome
Erik Lamela’s agent is believed to be in Rome today, with Inter and Lazio reported as in contention for a loan deal.
Inter seek D’Ambrosio agreement
Inter and Torino continue to negotiate players to trade for Danilo D’Ambrosio, whilst Milan are also still in the picture.
Fiorentina confirm Rossi injury
Fiorentina have confirmed that Giuseppe Rossi has suffered a sprain and second degree damage to the medial collateral ligament in his knee.
Roma enter Nainggolan offer
Speculation is that Roma have entered into talks with Cagliari for Radja Nainggolan, and offered €3m for an initial loan.
Collateral damage for Rossi
Initial reports are that Giuseppe Rossi has suffered collateral ligament damage to his right knee and not cruciate ligament damage.
Dries Mertens, Jose Callejon and Lorenzo Insigne support Gonzalo Higuain in attack for Napoli’s home clash with Sampdoria.
Boca: Paredes joining Roma
Boca Juniors have confirmed that they are allowing Leandro Paredes to join Roma on an initial loan deal.
Napoli agree Nainggolan fee?
Reports are that Napoli may well have won the race to sign Radja Nainggolan from Cagliari this January, having agreed a €9m fee.
Rinaudo, Nicola: A normal foul
Leandro Rinaudo has explained why he didn’t apologise to Giuseppe Rossi on the pitch, as he and his Coach defend his challenge made.
Fiorentina await Rossi tests
Giuseppe Rossi is undergoing tests on his right knee on Monday morning to ascertain if he has suffered cruciate ligament damage for a third time.
‘Nainggolan? We must sell first’
Adriano Galliani has mused that Milan must first ship out ‘two or three players’ before considering bringing in someone like Radja Nainggolan.
Nani ‘out for a while’
Juventus’ proposed move for Luis Nani may have to wait another six months, as David Moyes has confirmed the winger is injured.
‘Eight points an advantage, but…’
Andrea Barzagli says Roma gave Juventus ‘headaches for 60 minutes’ yesterday and has warned that the title race is not yet over.
What the papers say...
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
De Sanctis: 'System makes Juve strong'
Roma goalkeeper Morgan De Sanctis complained “the Italian football system makes Juventus clearly stronger than the rest.”
Sabatini: 'Juve are more mature'
Roma director Walter Sabatini confessed “Juventus are more mature and the best team” after a 3-0 result.
Conte: 'Moderately satisfied'
Antonio Conte is “moderately satisfied” with Juventus going eight points clear of Roma with a 3-0 victory.
Garcia: 'Nothing is over yet'
Rudi Garcia was happy with the first hour of Roma’s performance against Juventus and insisted “nothing is over yet.”
Bonucci: 'Juve were intelligent'
Leonardo Bonucci explained Juventus “dominated Roma” 3-0 with a “humble and intelligent performance.” The defender scored...
Buffon: 'Juve silenced critics'
Gigi Buffon said the 3-0 hammering of Roma proves Juventus are the best despite “alibis for those who don’t win.”
Juve destroy nine-man Roma!
Juventus won 3-0 and went eight points clear after ending Roma’s unbeaten record with Daniele De Rossi and Leandro Castan sent off.
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