Pallotta attends Arsenal-Basel
Roma President James Pallotta and CEO Umberto Gandini are in London tonight to attend Arsenal-Basel.
Spalletti: 'No more games'
Luciano Spalletti warned fans won’t stand for much more in-fighting and controversy at Roma. “No more games.”
Spalletti: Roma must prove quality
Luciano Spalletti says that while Roma “are stronger” than Astra Giurgiu, “there’s always the need to put it into practice”.
Sassuolo decimated for Genk
Sassuolo named their squad for the Europa League trip to Genk, but are still missing Domenico Berardi and Alfred Duncan.
Paredes eager for Roma chance
Leandro Paredes vows “I won’t pass up the opportunity to play” ahead of Roma’s Europe League match against Astra Giurgiu on Thursday.
Cataldi: Lazio will succeed, but...
Danilo Cataldi insists Lazio will succeed under Simone Inzaghi – but not until they improve “physically and tactically”.
Fiorentina lose two for Qarabag
Fiorentina have announced a 19-man squad Thursday’s Europa League game against Qarabag, which does not include Gonzalo Rodriguez or Davide Astori.
Argentina keep out Icardi
Argentina have again left out Mauro Icardi as Ever Banega, Gonzalo Higuain and Paulo Dybala are called up for next week’s games against Peru and Paraguay.
Napoli name Benfica squad
Only Ivan Strinic and Vlad Chiriches are missing from Napoli’s 20-man squad for their visit of Benfica in the Champions League on Wednesday.
Kalinic: Napoli? Not interested...
Fiorentina striker Nikola Kalinic insists he is “not interested” in Napoli as “I’m happy here and aiming for double-digit in goals”.
Sarri: Napoli must take initiative
Maurizio Sarri has urged Napoli “to play our own game” when they face Benfica in the Champions League on Wednesday.
Totti hails ‘fantastic’ Roma
Francesco Totti hailed his “fantastic” Roma teammates at his 40th birthday bash on Tuesday as he jokes “I hope to see you all in 10 years”.
‘Chiesa can follow Enrico’s footsteps’
Paulo Sousa believes Federico Chiesa has what it takes to follow in his father’s footsteps and “become a bandiera” for Fiorentina.
Sousa: Fans are always right!
Paulo Sousa has defended his team selections ahead of Fiorentina’s match against Qarabag in the Europa League. “I assume the fans are always right...”
Reina: ‘Milik will be great’
Napoli goalkeeper Pepe Reina says Arkadiusz Milik “has a great future ahead” and compares him to Robert Lewandowski.
De Boer: ‘Not easy at Inter’
Frank de Boer explains “it wasn’t easy” to replace Roberto Mancini at Inter - “I couldn’t be like a bull in a china shop”.
Milik: ‘Napoli atmosphere will be special’
Napoli striker Arkadiusz Milik is looking forward to experiencing San Paolo on Champions League nights - “I’ve heard all about it from my teammates”.
No England contact for Mancini
Reports in Italy suggest that Roberto Mancini has not been contacted about the England job, at least not yet.
Donnarumma renewal in February?
Gianluigi Donnarumma is expected to sign a new Milan contract before his 18th birthday in February.
Preziosi: ‘Pescara play volleyball!’
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi says Pescara “play volleyball” after Francesco Zampano’s suspension.
Zeludkov: ‘Witsel isn’t trying!’
Former Zenit St Petersburg Yuri Zeludkov claims Axel Witsel is “playing badly out of spite” and waiting for a Juventus move.
Ancelotti: ‘Chinese can’t match Berlusconi’
Carlo Ancelotti warns Milan’s potential new owners “Silvio Berlusconi will be impossible to match”.
‘Fiorentina aiming for CL’
Fiorentina striker Nikola Kalinic is aiming for the Champions League but admits “it’s difficult”.
Inter name squad for Sparta
Inter have named their squad to face Sparta Prague in the Europa League tomorrow night.
Nainggolan waits for Roma renewal
Radja Nainggolan’s agent reportedly visited Roma yesterday, but renewal talks are currently on hold.
Tevez: ‘Icardi deserves Argentina’
Carlos Tevez believes Mauro Icardi “deserves” an Argentina call, and reveals he could retire from football.
Milan turn to Zaza?
Simone Zaza could reportedly move to Milan, after a poor start to his West Ham careeer.
What the papers say...
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Higuain: 'Dybala too far away'
Gonzalo Higuain saw the right Juventus attitude at Dinamo Zagreb, but admits he asked Paulo Dybala “to play closer to me, though in the end it’s his choice.”
Rui Vitoria: 'I like Napoli style'
Benfica Coach Rui Vitoria “particularly likes the way Napoli play with an attacking 4-3-3” ahead of their Champions League clash.
Sopic: 'Juve can win Champions League'
Dinamo Zagreb Coach Zeljko Sopic admits they were dominated by Juventus, who “can win the Champions League.”
Allegri: 'Juve avoid complacency'
Max Allegri again urged Juventus to “avoid complacency” after a 4-0 Champions League demolition of Dinamo Zagreb.
Pjanic: 'Juve got the message'
Miralem Pjanic said Juventus “got the message” ahead of their 4-0 win at Dinamo Zagreb and only received a knock.
Spalletti: 'My gift for Totti'
Luciano Spalletti joked about Francesco Totti’s 40th birthday and criticism from the Roma captain’s wife.
Dybala: 'Goal drought was tough'
Paulo Dybala admits “it was tough” during his goal drought, but broke it in style during the 4-0 Juventus Champions League victory at Dinamo Zagreb.
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