NEWS

Andrea Ranocchia said Inter “understand what Roberto Mancini wants” now, so don’t fear Fiorentina or Wolfsburg.
Ahead of tomorrow’s Roma-Juventus clash, there’s Sassuolo-Lazio, Inter-Fiorentina is a fight for Europe and Napoli visit giant-killers Torino.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Rolando Maran said Chievo “rediscovered our spirit” against Milan and put last week’s setback behind them.
Pippo Inzaghi tried to see the “glass half-full” after Milan’s draw with Chievo and explained his Alessio Cerci approach.
Keisuke Honda rattled the crossbar and Diego Lopez denied Ezequiel Schelotto, but Milan were held 0-0 by Chievo.
It’s reported Modena have sacked Walter Novellino and temporarily handed the reins to Simone Pavan.
Milan try to find some consistency with Mattia Destro and Jeremy Menez as they travel to Chievo.
Gabriel Paletta is looking forward to tonight’s Chievo-Milan and facing former teammate Ezequiel Schelotto.
Borja Valero is back, but Mario Gomez and Ciprian Tatarusanu miss Fiorentina’s trip to Inter.
Follow all the action as it happens on our liveblog when Milan visit Chievo this evening.
Parma President Giampietro Manenti hit back at the Mayor and insists “the money will arrive early next week.”
Dias Felipe gets his first call-up for Inter’s game against Fiorentina tomorrow evening.
Sinisa Mihajlovic confirms a new Sampdoria trident of Samuel Eto’o, Luis Muriel and Stefano Okaka against Atalanta.
Parma Mayor Federico Pizzarotti declared current club President Giampietro Manenti “doesn’t have a Euro to his name.”
Big upsets at the top of Serie B as Carpi and Avellino held, Bologna and Livorno beaten with Pescara winning 5-2 at Entella.
Daniele De Rossi admits Roma “fell asleep for a month,” but are wide awake and ready to beat Juventus.
Paul Pogba looks set to recover against Roma, but now Juventus are worried about Arturo Vidal.
Roberto Mancini expects a “special” game with Fiorentina, identifies Inter problems and warns against selling Mauro Icardi.
Roma President James Pallotta does not seek ‘revenge’ against Juventus and insists the Scudetto race is still open.
Stefano Pioli assures Lazio “have a lot of respect” for Sassuolo, see it as “a key moment” and have good news on Antonio Candreva.
Rafa Benitez looks ahead of Dynamo Moscow and warns Napoli need “a lot of work to tame Torino.”
There are reports Parma President Giampietro Manenti’s car was seized over €1,900 of unpaid fines.
Parma captain Alessandro Lucarelli pinned the blame on previous owners and authorities. “We are fighting for football.”
Parma Coach Roberto Donadoni explained why they’re not playing this weekend. “We have to act as club owners.”
Norberto Neto made his Fiorentina comeback against Tottenham and assured he will “honour my contract.”
Vincenzo Montella said Fiorentina will “enjoy” their upcoming clashes with Inter and Roma. “We give our best when having fun.”
Giorgio Chiellini reveals he was a Milan supporter, how he felt after missing a Super Cup penalty and that Juventus aren’t “squares.”
Mattia De Sciglio was already liked by Real Madrid, but now Barcelona want the Milan full-back too.
Juventus are reportedly targeting Monaco talents Anthony Martial and Yannick Ferreira Carrasco.
Empoli have left out Manuel Pucciarelli for their trip to Palermo, reportedly over a contract dispute.
Mario Gomez said he finally feels “myself again” at Fiorentina, so targets victory over Inter and Roma in Europe.
Marca, AS and Tuttosport claim Real Madrid and Barcelona are in a bidding war for Juventus star Paul Pogba.
Seydou Doumbia is reportedly going to miss Roma’s big game with Juventus due to injury.
Marek Hamsik is pleased Napoli picked Dynamo Moscow in the Europa League, as he’ll face Tomas Hubocan.

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