NEWS

Alberto Gilardino has enjoyed his first training session with his new Genoa teammates today, with permission from Fiorentina.
Catania have confirmed “there is a Fulham offer for Maxi Lopez, but we are still evaluating potential developments in Italy.”
The agent of Mario Balotelli and Marek Hamsik has slammed British tabloids, as “they are good only for cleaning car windows.”
Gennaro Gattuso is set to resume his Milan playing career this week as reports indicate he is in line for a start against Paris Saint-Germain.
Siena Vice-President Valentina Mezzaroma has warned of Lazio’s strength on the road this season, whilst revealing her personal motivations for a Week 17 win.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has failed to rule out the possibility of becoming a Coach as he contemplates a sooner-than-expected retirement from the game.
Antonio Conte has defended Juventus’ decision to sign Marco Borriello and hit back at Massimiliano Allegri’s suggestion that Milan are not scared of Juve.
Massimiliano Allegri has declared that Milan do not fear Juventus going forward in the League, as Serie A resumes with the two level on points.
Davide Santon has suggested that Mario Balotelli remains unsettled in England and hinted that his future in the Premier League is still in the balance.
Catania have cut short their mid-season stay in Malta, describing the hotel they were staying in as below expected standards.
Napoli chief Aurelio De Laurentiis has announced that the club have extended the contract of Christian Maggio.
Lecce have dismissed claims that they’ll swap Julio Sergio with Gianluca Curci during the month of January.
Fiorentina boss Delio Rossi has explained why he didn’t stop the club from selling Alberto Gilardino to Genoa.
Udinese’s interest in Michele Pazienza has been confirmed, but he will not be leaving Juventus in January.
Ezequiel Schelotto has warned Milan to expect a battle when they take on Atalanta this weekend.
Felipe Melo has made it clear that he would like his loan move from Juventus to Galatasaray to become permanent.
Federico Marchetti should be fit enough to return to action for Lazio when Serie A resumes this weekend.
Massimo Maccarone wants a January switch to Siena, but the Tuscan club haven’t made contact with Sampdoria.
Dejan Stankovic could consider a transfer to America before his Inter contract expires in the summer of 2014.
Inter are reportedly ready to hand Mauro Zarate back to parent club Lazio – six months before his loan deal is set to expire.
The chances of seeing Antonio Candreva leave Cesena for Champions League outfit Napoli this month are slim.
The agent of Emiliano Viviano will ask Inter to allow his client to finish the season on loan at another club.
Juventus striker Alessandro Matri insists that he is unconcerned by the January arrival of Marco Borriello.
Parma President Tommaso Ghirardi has decided that he will hire Gian Piero Gasperini as the club’s new Coach next summer.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Jonathan Biabiany has called on his Parma teammates to concentrate and try to play their game against old club Inter on Saturday.
Davide Astori is preparing to return to training inside the next seven days ahead of an anticipated return to action by Week 19.
Paulo Vitor Barreto may be struggling for a spot in Udinese’s team, but he is unlikely to be sold anytime soon.
Lazio target Lukas Podolski has ruled out making a move during the January transfer window for fear of losing his Euro 2012 place with Germany.
Thiago Motta’s agent has confirmed that the midfielder is unlikely to leave Inter this January, but has refused to say the same for the summer transfer window.
Napoli are considering a move for Cesena midfielder Antonio Candreva, with Mario Santana thought likely to move the other way.
Roma have reportedly issued Daniele De Rossi with an ultimatum - sign the contract they have offered before the end of January.
Bologna are reportedly close to securing Uruguayan talent Gonzalo Bueno ahead of competition from the likes of Siena and Inter.
Carlo Ancelotti admits it will be strange to face Milan on Wednesday for his debut as Paris Saint-Germain Coach.
Milan’s deadline to sign Maxi Lopez has passed, freeing him to negotiate with other clubs, says Catania’s President.

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