NEWS

Lazio have reportedly agreed a deal with CSKA Moscow to sign Keisuke Honda for €12.5m plus Juan Pablo Carrizo.
Thiago Motta starts perhaps his last game in an Inter jersey tonight as Wesley Sneijder faces Ezequiel Lavezzi’s Napoli in the Coppa Italia quarter-final.
Alessandro Del Piero admits his first goal in the Juventus Stadium “was exactly the way” he had pictured it.
Edy Reja prepares Lazio for the Coppa Italia quarter-final with Milan, but warns Djibril Cissè “is not focused” due to his goal drought.
Siena have made history by conquering Chievo 1-0 despite playing with 10 men, so they reach the Coppa Italia semi-final for the first time.
Juventus have a deal for Martin Caceres, but Aly Cissokho’s agent confirmed he “will meet with Juve on Friday.”
Maxi Lopez “will know tomorrow” whether he is going to sign for Milan or not, confirmed his agent.
Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri says he’ll be happy with a new striker this month – whether it is Carlos Tevez or Maxi Lopez.
Serbian international Bosko Jankovic has extended his contract with Serie A side Genoa.
Fiorentina sporting director Pantaleo Corvino has revealed that the Viola were close to signing Amauri back in 2006.
The Week 18 Serie A game between Catania and Roma will be completed on February 7, it has been confirmed.
New Fiorentina signing Amauri has revealed that he turned down the club’s offer of a contract until June 2014.
Thiago Motta may bring an end to his Inter career in Wednesday’s Coppa Italia game at Napoli.
Promising Inter defender Marco Davide Faraoni has urged the media to not liken him to any other player.
Sevilla have revealed that Juventus made them an offer which they couldn’t refuse for Martin Caceres.
Inter shareholder Marco Tronchetti Provera has opened the door for a Jose Mourinho return, but ruled out a bid for Carlos Tevez.
Relegation-threatened Lecce have signed Manuele Blasi from Parma on a permanent basis.
Milan stopper Philippe Mexes does not have a Twitter account, the player’s representative has confirmed.
Roma attacker Erik Lamela has defended his dismissal against Juventus in the Coppa Italia.
A decision on the future of Juventus striker Vincenzo Iaquinta won’t be made until the last few days of the transfer window.
Cagliari will be looking to use the final week of the January transfer window to sign a new striker.
Martin Caceres will reportedly land in Turin today to undergo a medical ahead of his expected return to Juventus.
Miralem Pjanic admits that Roma’s game-plan was scuppered by conceding early against Juventus in the Italian Cup.
Emanuele Giaccherini is delighted to be making an impact with unbeaten Serie A leaders and Coppa Italia semi-finalists Juventus.
Alessandro Del Piero was happy with the timing of his first goal at the Juventus Stadium given that it came on the anniversary of Gianni Agnelli’s death.
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Manchester City have warned Milan that they are “not an option” for Carlos Tevez unless the £30m price-tag is met, despite their “misplaced sense of confidence.”
Luis Enrique insists the 3-0 scoreline did not reflect the real game. “I did not see Roma in any way inferior to Juventus.”
Antonio Conte was glad Juventus took revenge on Roma in the Coppa Italia and particularly for Alessandro Del Piero’s goal.
Reports coming from Spain this evening suggest Juventus have agreed a deal with Sevilla to sign Martin Caceres.
Juventus swept Roma aside 3-0 in the Coppa Italia quarter-final with a trademark old-fashioned Alessandro Del Piero strike, but Erik Lamela saw red.
According to the latest Italian reports, Milan have set a Friday deadline to sign Carlos Tevez or go for Plan B Maxi Lopez.
Stefano Okaka is overjoyed at his transfer from Roma to Parma. “It feels like a big family here.”
Genoa have reportedly won the race to sign Genk’s Hungarian international midfielder Daniel Tozser.
Marco Borriello starts with Alex Del Piero as Juventus welcome his old club Roma in tonight’s Coppa Italia quarter-final.

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