NEWS

Roma could send Cengiz Under to Sassuolo in January in exchange for Matteo Politano, who grew up in the Giallorossi youth system.
Building work could begin on the Stadio della Roma in March 2018, said the Urban Planner for Rome, “if we do very, very well.”
Juventus midfielder Stefano Sturaro has apologised after insulting a 12-year-old Neapolitan fan during a social media row.
Sampdoria’s lawyer claims Milan Skriniar’s agent tried to convince the club into selling Milan Skriniar for €8m, a figure that “couldn’t be refused”.
Serie A has officially given Ciro Immobile a one-match ban for his headbutt during Lazio’s 3-1 defeat to Torino on Monday.
Fiorentina and Sampdoria both shuffle their packs for this evening's Coppa Italia last-16 clash at the Artemio Franchi.
Simone Inzaghi says the ‘injustices’ allegedly suffered by Lazio in their last four Serie A games will fire them up against Cittadella in the Coppa Italia.
Inter’s proposed bond offering to raise €300m reportedly left some investors “scratching their heads” - but is expected to go through this week.
Monchi assures “there’s no chance” of Hector Moreno leaving Roma in January and hopes Sevilla join the Giallorossi in the Champions League quarter-finals.
Calcio icon Gabriel Batistuta has revealed the sheer extent of his post-retirement hell. “I thought about getting my legs amputated.”
Aurelio De Laurentiis believes Napoli fans should be “happy and content” with the club’s general performance under him.
Serie A legend Gabriel Batistuta has ranked Roma’s Federico Fazio as one of the best defenders in the world.
Fabio Cannavaro’s agent has admitted that “I see him coaching Napoli, but not for another five or six years.”
Marco Borriello has confirmed that he will stay at SPAL after apologising for his sarcastic applause to supporters.
Inter’s official website has recounted the story of the ‘Hintermann Curse’ which some say stopped Milan winning the Scudetto for 44 years.
Milan have responded to the Gianluigi Donnarumma controversy, stating “this is not the time for the transfer market”.
World Cup winner Luca Toni is working to ensure Modena has a football team to restart in Serie D - “I can’t bear to see my city without Modena Calcio”.
Juventus are reportedly interested in Real Madrid pair Dani Ceballos and Mateo Kovacic for next summer.
Nicola Rizzoli, the Serie A referee designator, is quoted as taking Piero Giacomelli to task for not using VAR.
Iker Casillas sent Gianluigi Buffon a video message at the Gazzetta dello Sport awards, which the Juventus goalkeeper says “really touched me”.
Santos want to bring back Gabriel Barbosa, reports in Brazil suggest, but Inter would have to pay most of his wages.
Faouzi Ghoulam insists “I never thought of leaving” Napoli, and targets the Scudetto this season.
Former Fiorentina and Verona midfielder Gustavo Campanharo insists Ludogorets are “certainly not afraid” of Milan.
Inter defender Andrea Ranocchia says “it was important for us to get through” against Pordenone “it doesn’t matter how”.
It’s reported Juventus made an enquiry for Gianluigi Donnarumma, but the Milan goalkeeper rejected the idea.
Lazio sporting director Igli Tare looks to move on from the VAR controversy - “I expect a sign of maturity from the squad”.
Urbano Cairo points out Torino were hurt by a VAR error too, and advises Lazio “these things even out”.
Reports in Spain claim Cristiano Ronaldo wants Real Madrid to sign Milan forward André Silva.
This morning’s Gazzetta dello Sport warns Gianluigi Donnarumma could leave Milan as soon as January, but a summer sale is more likely.
Andrea Agnelli says the Champions League must be the target for Juventus, and aims a jab at Leonardo Bonucci.
Today's front page headlines from Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Milan are reportedly confident Gianluigi Donnarumma wants to stay, and they’d demand around €70m to sell him.
Pordenone’s players received a standing ovation from the San Siro crowd, after taking Serie A leaders Inter to penalties in the Coppa Italia.
Luciano Spalletti admits Pordenone “would have deserved it if they'd gone through” against his Inter side in the Coppa Italia.
Pordenone Coach Leonardo Colucci says “I couldn’t ask for more” as taking Inter to penalties “is like winning the Coppa for us”.