NEWS

American entrepreneur Frank Cascio has formally withdrawn his bid to buy Serie A club Palermo.
Roma director Mauro Baldissoni said Francesco Totti is “our Peter Pan who refuses to grow up” and could keep playing when he turns 41.
Portuguese referee Manuel De Sousa has been assigned to the Champions League game between Juventus and Dinamo Zagreb.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini admits he wanted to sign Mario Balotelli but is pleased the player appears to have turned a corner.
Cesare Bovo and Torino are feeling “confident” ahead of today’s early kick-off with Roma, “one of the best teams in Serie A.”
Joe Hart is reunited with his old Manchester City teammate Edin Dzeko as free-scoring Torino and Roma go head-to-head.
Atalanta’s Marco D’Alessandro has come to the defence of underfire Coach Gian Piero Gasperini.
Bruno Peres returns to face his former club Torino today and advised Roma to “get at them right away” with a high tempo.
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Manchester City are said to be targeting Atalanta’s Franck Kessie as a replacement for Yaya Toure.
English media report that Tottenham Hotspur are interested in signing Fiorentina’s Milan Badelj.
The agent of Jonathan Renato Barbosa, also known as Cafu, confirms his client is the subject of interest from Lazio.
It is reported that Inter are monitoring Nice’s 17-year-old wonderkid Malang Sarr.
It is reported that Chelsea will rival Manchester City for the signing of Leonardo Bonucci from Juventus.
Roma are increasingly concerned at the on-going injury problems of Thomas Vermaelen, who has been diagnosed with athletic pubalgia.
In this special collection of features, Football Italia mixes archive material with brand new writing to celebrate all that Francesco Totti represents to his club, to his country and to Italian football.
Christian Maggio assured Napoli “will try to trouble Juventus” for the Scudetto, but first focuses on Benfica in the Champions League.
Andrea Belotti insists he “will not set limits” on himself as his Torino host Roma in the early kick-off.
Manolo Gabbiadini has reportedly agreed a new contract with Napoli that will earn him €3m per year.
Joe Hart’s Torino face Edin Dzeko’s Roma in the early game, then Inter welcome Bologna, Sassuolo host Udinese and tonight there’s Fiorentina-Milan.
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Maurizio Sarri felt Napoli had some “dips in concentration” against Chievo and explained how he’ll introduce the new signings.
Rolando Maran felt Chievo could’ve had a penalty, but was above all concerned with their “timid” approach to Napoli.
In this special collection of features, Football Italia celebrates all that Francesco Totti represents to his club, to his country and to Italian football.
Marek Hamsik celebrated his 100th goal in a Napoli jersey and congratulated Manolo Gabbiadini after beating Chievo 2-0.
Manolo Gabbiadini broke his goal drought and Marek Hamsik hit a Century as Napoli swept high-flying Chievo aside 2-0.
Gabigol says the main reason he chose to join Inter was the ‘project’ on offer at San Siro.
Daniele Rugani and Kwadwo Asamoah will have tests tomorrow after the Juventus pair both suffered sprained knees.
Roberto De Zerbi is proud of his Palermo players’ efforts in the 1-0 defeat to Juventus.
Pescara Coach Massimo Oddo admits he will have to rotate his side as they prepare for their third game in a week.
Max Allegri will “take the three points” at Palermo, even without a good performance, and defended his Juventus experiments.
Raul Albiol explains why he signed a Napoli contract renewal and has a plan of attack with Chievo.
Leonardo Bonucci “cannot think this is the real Juventus” and complimented Palermo after a hard-fought 1-0 away win.
Hugo Campagnaro is convinced that it is only a matter of time before Pescara get the wins their play deserves.
Napoli aim to get back on track and match a remarkable club record as they host high-flying Chievo.

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