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Frank de Boer admits “it’s not nice” to see Massimo Mirabelli prospectively leave Inter for arch-rivals Milan but has faith in the club’s remaining scouts.
Frank de Boer insists Inter are focused on beating Hapoel Be’er Sheva in the Europa League on Thursday, not Sunday’s Derby d’Italia against Juventus.
A furious Walter Zenga accused Wolverhampton Wanderers of “giving up” in their 4-0 thrashing by Barnsley and ordered his players to come in on their day off.
New UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin has hailed Italy for being “one of my biggest supporters” during his campaign trail.
Francesco Toldo admits he promised himself he’d retire if Inter won the 2010 Champions League.
Steven N'Zonzi admits Sevilla want “revenge” against Juventus after last year’s defeat in Turin.
Roma President James Pallotta insists there’s “no rational reason” for the new stadium project to be rejected.
Sampdoria fans will reportedly protest against Vincenzo Montella when he returns to Marassi with Milan.
Sassuolo forward Gregoire Defrel admits “I was about to say goodbye to football” before joining Cesena.
Juventus are expected to stick to a 3-5-2 for the Champions League clash with Sevilla tonight.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini reveals he offered Franco Vazquez to Juventus this summer.
Slovenian Federation President Aleksander Ceferin has been elected as the new President of UEFA.
Lazio have hit back at Antonio Candreva claiming the Inter midfielder “insisted on being sold”.
Roma full-back Bruno Peres insists their Europa League group “seems easy, but it’s not”.
Former midfielder Marco Tardelli believes Juventus are “ready to go to a new level” in the Champions League.
Milan’s prospective new Chinese owners reportedly have faith in Vincenzo Montella, and will invest in January.
Viktoria Plzen goalkeeper Matus Kozacik calls Roma “one of the greats of European football”.
Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan urges fans to back the team loudly - whether or not Francesco Totti is on the pitch.
The Suning Group is reportedly set to shake-up Inter’s boardroom, with CEO Michael Bolingbroke to leave.
The final sale of Milan could reportedly arrive in December, rather than November as previously thought.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Dries Mertens praised Maurizio Sarri as “a great Coach and it’s a pleasure to play for Napoli.”
Dynamo Kiev Coach Serhiy Rebrov admits Napoli “analysed our style of football well and comfortably opened passing channels.”
Marek Hamsik has been at Napoli for 10 years, but “I think we’re now playing the best football in my time here. We’re all having fun.”
Maurizio Sarri felt Napoli “let ourselves be influenced by the importance” of their Champions League opener away to Dynamo Kiev.
Pepe Reina praised the fact Napoli “have no prima donnas” for their Champions League success at Dynamo Kiev.
Arek Milik was celebrating “a magical night for me and for Napoli” after the 2-1 Champions League victory away to Dynamo Kiev.
Arkadiusz Milik bagged a brace of headers for Napoli’s perfect Champions League start, winning 2-1 away to 10-man Dynamo Kiev.
Former Lazio midfielder Ogenyi ‘Eddy’ Onazi’s father is in hospital after being attacked by machete-wielding robbers.
Roma have Thomas Vermaelen back for the Europa League trip to Viktoria Plzen, but Daniele De Rossi and Emerson Palmieri are banned.
Napoli director of communications Nicola Lombardo warned their Champions League rivals “all won their respective titles.”
Christian Maggio said Napoli will “face every game like a Final” in the Champions League, starting tonight with Dynamo Kiev.
Napoli rely on Arek Milik, Dries Mertens, Jose Callejon and Marek Hamsik for their first Champions League game with Dynamo Kiev.
Join us for the build-up and action to Napoli’s Champions League opener away to Dynamo Kiev.
Max Allegri wants Juventus to be “humble and take it one game at a time,” starting from Sevilla, insisting the Champions League is not their main objective.

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