NEWS

Juventus have announced their starting XI for today’s top of the table showdown with Udinese, but the system remains a mystery.
Juventus director general Beppe Marotta is in charge of Sebastian Giovinco’s future, his agent has suggested.
Inter could sign Juan Manuel Vargas from Fiorentina in January, but his agent expects difficulties.
Udinese have revealed the background to Juventus’ failed attempt to sign Antonio Di Natale in the summer of 2010.
Brescia youngster Nicola Leali is ignoring transfer interest from the likes of Juventus, Barcelona and Sporting Lisbon.
Chievo Verona will attempt to boost their squad with the services of Inter youngster Joel Obi, it is being suggested.
There are suggestions that Antonio Conte may field his Juventus side in a 3-5-2 formation against Udinese on Wednesday.
History shows that Udinese win when Antonio Di Natale scores against Juventus in Serie A.
The agent of Vincenzo Iaquinta has reacted with surprise to reports that the Juventus man is wanted by Fiorentina.
Roma legend Giuseppe Giannini believes that he will one day get the opportunity to manage in the Italian top-flight.
Italian international Sebastian Giovinco has been named in the Parma squad for tonight’s Serie A encounter against Catania.
Roma have reportedly told Juventus that they must match the offer made by Marseille if they want to sign Marco Borriello in January.
Juventus’ Arturo Vidal and Carlos Carmona of Atalanta have been banned for Chile’s next 10 international ties.
Italian giants Inter should be happy with finishing third this season, says former director Gabriele Oriali.
Vincenzo Iaquinta will leave Juventus for Fiorentina in the month of January, claims the Corriere dello Sport.
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi has admitted defeat in the chase for Marco Borriello of Roma. “He’ll join Juventus.”
Cagliari President Massimo Cellino has revealed his transfer plans once the January window opens for business.
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi gets on his dancing shoes at the Lega Calcio Christmas party.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Chile starlet Eduardo Vargas has confirmed he “will complete the transfer to Napoli in the first days of January.”
Massimiliano Allegri said his players were tired and accepts President Silvio Berlusconi’s advice, but “I make choices for the good of Milan.”
Bortolo Mutti is thrown straight in at the deep end as Palermo’s third Coach of the season, preparing to face Novara.
Milan did the bare minimum to earn a 2-0 victory away to Cagliari thanks to an own goal and Zlatan Ibrahimovic strike.
Giuseppe Sannino remains “very satisfied” with Siena after they held local rivals Fiorentina to a draw.
Delio Rossi concedes Fiorentina are still a work in progress and explains why he dropped Alberto Gilardino.
Milan welcome back Christian Abbiati and give Philippe Mexes a chance in tonight’s trip to a very attack-minded Cagliari.
While Adriano Galliani says Milan have a meeting with Manchester City on Thursday, Silvio Berlusconi insists Carlos Tevez “is not my type.”
Lazio Coach Edy Reja insists he has faith in Djibril Cissè, but warns Chievo can cause them an upset.
Both sides had great chances to break the deadlock, but the Tuscan derby between Siena and Fiorentina ended all square.
Antonio Cassano has been criticised for his “incivility” by the union of journalists after an altercation with a camera crew.
Inter are still without Wesley Sneijder for the final Serie A game of the year against Lecce.
Fiorentina have dropped Alberto Gilardino for this afternoon’s 17.00 kick-off against local rivals Siena.
Serse Cosmi is still feeling the pressure of his return to management as he looks to record an unlikely first win with his Lecce away to Inter.
The Scudetto is between Juventus and Milan only, says Francesco Guidolin, ahead of welcoming the Bianconeri to Udine.
Antonio Conte insists the praise for Juventus’ strong start to the season belongs to his players for their availability for and application of his plans.

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