NEWS

Nigel De Jong expects new signings Kaka and Alessandro Matri to quickly find their feet at Milan.
Javier Zanetti feels Mauro Icardi and Carlos Tevez can have a part to play for the Argentina national side.
Inter stopper Juan Jesus expects the club to stick around the top end of the table following the arrival of new boss Walter Mazzarri.
Genoa chief Enrico Preziosi is adamant his club will not make a January bid to sign Roma striker Marco Borriello.
Highly-rated goalkeeper Andrea Consigli has no regrets about remaining with Atalanta for the 2013-14 campaign.
Mattia Destro is happy with Italy’s qualification for World Cup 2014, but his priority for now remains returning to action with Roma.
Milan midfielder Andrea Poli says he will have no problem in being used as a full-back against Torino this weekend.
Tommaso Rocchi is still looking for a new club after his Inter contract expired at the end of last season.
Emmanuel Agyemang Badu is expected to put pen to paper on a new contract with Italian club Udinese.
Juventus captain Gigi Buffon is showing Inter respect ahead of Saturday’s San Siro Derby d’Italia showdown.
Alessandro Del Piero’s love affair with Juventus began 20 years ago today when he made his official debut for the club.
Cristian Zaccardo has admitted he did think about leaving Milan during the summer, but he’s now ready to prove his worth.
Stefano Lucchini believes Atalanta could cause Scudetto-chasing Napoli some problems this weekend.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Roma President James Pallotta said a stadium announcement will be made soon, while selling Erik Lamela and Marquinhos was a good deal.
Catania defender Nicolas Spolli reveals why he turned down Tottenham. “They knew what my intentions were.”
Napoli starlet Lorenzo Insigne “did not even want to listen to offers” that came in this summer, revealed his agent.
Fabio Quagliarella is increasingly likely to start for Juventus against Inter on Saturday after he scored a brace in training.
Fiorentina confirm Manuel Pasqual could play on Sunday “with a protective helmet” after a deep head wound on international duty.
Juventus winger Simone Pepe has picked up another muscular injury, postponing his comeback.
Arsenal, Everton and Liverpool are the clubs reportedly tempting Milan transfer target Keisuke Honda.
“I don’t know when I’ll be back, but I hope soon,” confessed Roma striker Mattia Destro after his injury saga.
Alberto Zaccheroni congratulated Italy on reaching the World Cup, but wouldn’t answer questions on replacing Cesare Prandelli.
Inter-Juventus is on Saturday, but Gigi Simoni says the Nerazzurri are the “moral victors” of the 1998 Scudetto.
Cesare Prandelli said “everyone can hope” for a World Cup call, including Francesco Totti, Antonio Di Natale and Giuseppe Rossi.
Lazio hope to keep Miroslav Klose beyond the World Cup, but the German striker reveals he received “two excellent offers from the USA.”
Milan have confirmed Mattia De Sciglio will be out for “around a month, without complications” after knee surgery.
Zenit boss Luciano Spalletti blasted the “snipers” who blamed him for Roma’s shortcomings. “Nobody knows them in Europe now.”
President Claudio Lotito told Lazio fans annoyed with their transfer strategy to “take a pill.”
Gremio confirmed Edu Vargas will return to Napoli in January after he scored a brace for Chile against Spain.
Napoli Coach Rafa Benitez says if Gareth Bale is worth €100m, “then Marek Hamsik is priceless.”
Manuel Pasqual could, amazingly, be fit for Fiorentina’s game against Cagliari this weekend.
Parma striker Nicola Sansone wants to have a ‘great season’ with the club, but has refused to pinpoint any specific goals.
Panagiotis Kone could sign a new contract at Bologna before the end of this week, reports claim.
Cagliari are set to offer new deals for striking duo Marco Sau and Victor Ibarbo, reports in the Italian Press suggest.

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