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Roma have injury problems for their trip to Genoa, admits Luciano Spalletti, who is concerned with the “battling spirit” at Marassi.
Luciano Spalletti confirmed Roma “are focusing on Sofiane Feghouli” as talks for the West Ham United forward intensify.
Vincenzo Montella is “fed up of celebrating” the Supercoppa and urged Milan to focus on Cagliari, but left the transfer market door open.
Torino Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic reveals he “turned down an offer to work in China in December, though I had sleepless nights on the wages…”
Juventus Coach Max Allegri warned of “hidden dangers” against Bologna and confirmed Gigi Buffon is out of action.
Max Allegri would not rule out a Patrice Evra January exit and explained his angry explosion after Juventus lost the Supercoppa to Milan.
Pescara’s Serie A match with Fiorentina, which was set for Sunday afternoon, has been postponed due to heavy snow.
Stephane M’Bia is ready to leave Hebei China Fortune and admits “a move to Serie A would be good for Juventus, Milan or Inter.”
Inter will reportedly be free of Financial Fair Play limitations next season thanks to a €15m sponsorship deal.
Lazio forward Keita Balde Diao is a target for Milan, but there’s debate between old and new administrations on the timing.
There is a growing risk that Pescara’s game with Fiorentina will be postponed on Sunday due to heavy snow.
Torino and Roma are interested in Chievo attacking midfielder Lucas Castro, but the price-tag is €8m.
President Aurelio De Laurentiis reveals Napoli “are already snapping up a couple of players who we will have at our disposal from June.”
Multiple Italian reports suggest Roma are ready to go all in for €12m-rated West Ham United forward Sofiane Feghouli.
Inter full-back Yuto Nagatomo is a transfer target for Burnley, but the Nerazzurri would prefer to sell Davide Santon instead.
Ghana international Sulley Muntari could be heading back to Serie A after starting negotiations with Pescara.
Juventus left-back Patrice Evra is open to accepting a move to Valencia, but would prefer to wait for Manchester United interest, claim reports.
Milan are moving on from Everton winger Gerard Deulofeu to ask Manchester United for Memphis Depay instead.
Italian football is back after the winter break with Napoli hosting Sampdoria tonight, then Udinese-Inter, Genoa-Roma, Milan-Cagliari and Juventus-Bologna.
Today's front page headlines in English from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
West Bromwich Albion are the latest candidates for Napoli forward Manolo Gabbiadini, as Wolfsburg would prefer a loan agreement.
Juventus striker Simone Zaza is closer than ever to agreeing a transfer to Valencia with option to buy that becomes obligatory for €16m.
Inter have reportedly put Geoffrey Kondogbia up for sale, and will try to bring in Luiz Gustavo to replace him.
Cesare Bovo slams “incomprehensible” Torino and Sinisa Mihajlovic after completing a move to Pescara.
Captain Lucas Biglia is close to extending his Lazio contract until 2020, according to reports.
Stefano Pioli warns his Inter players they must have “great respect” for Udinese when they meet on Sunday.
Wigan manager Warren Joyce has confirmed that Lazio midfielder Ravel Morrison is training with his side.
Everton manager Ronald Koeman warns Milan target Gerard Deulofeu won’t be allowed to leave “at the moment”.
Tianjin Quanjian are reportedly offering Fiorentina striker Nikola Kalinic a salary of €12m per season.
Reports suggest Juventus have accepted an offer from Valencia for West Ham outcast Simone Zaza.
Keita Balde Diao’s former agent admits Milan are “the only team in Italy” the Lazio forward could join.
Marco Storari has been left out of the Cagliari squad, ahead of a proposed return to Milan.
Leonardo Pavoletti could make his Napoli debut tomorrow, as he’s in the squad to face Sampdoria.
Andrea Barzagli says Patrice Evra “is like he’s always been” and that the left-back is “one of the men” in Juventus’ dressing room.
Mauricio Pinilla believes he has what it takes to replace Leonardo Pavoletti and his goal output as Genoa have “incredible potential”.

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