NEWS

Inter's new signing Xherdan Shaqiri says he wants to help bring the club ‘back to the highest levels’, as he admits to having had other offers.
Cagliari Coach Gianfranco Zola looks forward to the match against Parma, but reveals he would have preferred a ‘better situation’ for rival Roberto Donadoni.
Europe's top clubs are reportedly pressing on Paul Pogba, with Juventus apparently lining up reinvestment in either Radamel Falcao or Edinson Cavani.
Roberto Mancini speaks of his return to the Inter bench and of his two Presidents, Erick Thohir and Massimo Moratti.
Inter Coach Roberto Mancini praises Mario Balotelli’s ‘heart’ but claims he must still ‘find his head’, as he currently sees a weaker player.
Inter Coach Roberto Mancini is ‘bothered’ by talk of third place, and promises that next year his team will be ‘fighting for the Scudetto’.
Luis Muriel’s uncertain medical has prompted Sampdoria to request a discount in price from Udinese, as the player's agent meets the Blucerchiati today.
French media are reiterating an interest from Paris Saint-Germain in Antonio Conte, claiming that the Italy Coach may join them in the summer.
Norberto Neto’s arrival at Juventus may see Sebastian Giovinco join La Viola in exchange, and in turn see him replaced by Giampaolo Pazzini.
Milan Coach Filippo Inzaghi was ‘pleased’ with victory over Sassuolo and praises Giampaolo Pazzini and Alessio Cerci.
Milan's race to secure the services of Roma striker Mattia Destro may be facing new competition in the form of Inter and Fiorentina.
Today's front page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Eusebio Di Francesco felt Sassuolo had a goal incorrectly disallowed in their 2-1 Coppa Italia defeat to Milan.
Alessio Cerci provided an assist and hit the woodwork, but Nigel de Jong snatched Milan’s late Coppa Italia win over Sassuolo.
Juan Guillermo Cuadrado said Fiorentina “believe” in a Champions League spot, especially with Alessandro Diamanti.
Juventus met with Tottenham directors to discuss a January offer for Paulinho, it’s reported.
Luis Muriel’s transfer to Sampdoria has reportedly hit problems after the Udinese forward underwent a medical.
Genoa could ask Inter for help after Alessandro Matri’s injury, requesting Daniel Osvaldo or George Puscas.
Juventus have reportedly made a total €18m offer for Manchester City forward Stevan Jovetic.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini slapped a €40m price-tag on Paulo Dybala and will keep Franco Vazquez.
There are reports Fiorentina have decided to cut their losses and sell Mario Gomez to Swansea after recent poor form.
Ezequiel Munoz confirmed he will not renew his contract with Palermo and will “probably” leave in January.
Mauro Tassotti told Milan to “forget” last week’s Serie A defeat to Sassuolo as they face off in the Coppa Italia tonight.
The ugly public spat between Lazio patron Claudio Lotito and Roma President James Pallotta took another twist.
Milan start Alessio Cerci and Stephan El Shaarawy in tonight’s Coppa Italia clash with Sassuolo.
Aurelio De Laurentiis released a statement hitting back at referees after “grave errors” in Napoli-Juventus.
Genoa have lost both top scorer Alessandro Matri and big new signing Tino Costa for six weeks.
Claudio Lotito told Roma to “keep their books in order” and James Pallotta slammed the “foolish and ignorant” Lazio President.
Cesena have officially sold midfielder Manuel Coppola to Serie B outfit Catania.
Samuel Eto’o is “working towards coming to Sampdoria” and “optimistic,” said the Everton striker’s agent.
It’s reported Lazio have finally agreed terms with AZ Alkmaar for defender Wesley Hoedt.
Manuel Pasqual’s agent isn’t ruling out a move to Milan, saying ‘it’s Fiorentina who have to decide’.
Roma forward Mattia Destro warns he wants to be a starter, amid rumours of a move to Milan.
Juventus defender Martin Caceres has told the Italian Press to ‘stop looking for controversy’ after the win over Napoli.
Adel Taarabt says he still wants to leave Queens Park Rangers, and admits he’s had contact with Inter.

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