NEWS

Napoli patron Aurelio De Laurentiis and Genoa President Enrico Preziosi were reportedly verging on a fist-fight this week.
Maurizio Sarri compared Marek Hamsik to Steven Gerrard and warned Napoli risk “serious trouble” with Carpi.
Max Allegri warned Juventus to focus on Frosinone and not get distracted by the Scudetto showdown with Napoli.
Juventus named their squad to face Frosinone on Sunday afternoon, missing several players.
Sinisa Mihajlovic has injury problems against Udinese and warned Milan “mustn’t lose our determination amid enthusiasm.”
Stevan Jovetic is out of Inter’s trip to Verona after he was diagnosed with a right thigh strain.
Luciano Spalletti praised Sampdoria Coach Vincenzo Montella and warned Roma “should stop talking about how difficult it is here.”
There are growing reports of tension between Fiorentina hierarchy and Coach Paulo Sousa over the transfer strategy.
Milan reportedly rejected a €12m offer from Chinese club Beijing Guoan for Luiz Adriano.
Milan, Inter and Fiorentina are reportedly in a €15m bidding war for Genoa striker Leonardo Pavoletti.
Inter boss Roberto Mancini hit back at criticism by claiming Napoli and Juventus don’t play “really good football” either.
Roberto Mancini insists Inter have been playing well recently and dropped points only through bad luck and poor finishing.
Juventus have had more injuries than any other club this season, but Napoli had the least with only four, calculated La Gazzetta dello Sport.
While Max Allegri remains in contention, the Daily Express reports Antonio Conte is in negotiations with Chelsea.
Today both Italian and Spanish papers claim Real Madrid will buy Alvaro Morata to sell him on in England, so Juventus turn to Edinson Cavani.
Napoli fans aim to combat racism by wearing Kalidou Koulibaly masks during Sunday’s game against Carpi.
David Trezeguet discussed his Juventus career, Marcello Lippi and hopes Paul Pogba “can stay in Turin for many years.”
Crotone fought back in a thrilling 3-2 victory away to fellow promotion hopefuls Bari, who ended without a goalkeeper.
Today it’s the Derby dell’Appennino between Bologna and Fiorentina plus Genoa-Lazio, then Inter visit Verona, Juventus go to Frosinone, Napoli host Carpi and Roma face taboo team Sampdoria.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Fiorentina reportedly signed Joshua Perez, touted as one of the most interesting youth prospects produced in the USA.
Striker Adrian Mutu is on a course for coaching: 'I want to Coach Fiorentina and Romania!'
Atalanta have returned Marcelo Estigarribia to Deportivo Maldonado, whence he had been loaned.
Coach Max Allegri hopes 'Juventus keep winning, the way they always did over their history'.
Milan are optimistic that midfielder Giacomo Bonaventura will be able to play against Udinese in spite of his physical trouble.
Former Palermo director Pietro Lo Monaco says President Maurizio Zamparini's 'mood swings' are 'holding back' the club.
Serie A's schedule for Weeks 28, 29, and 30 was announced, including big matches Roma-Fiorentina, Roma-Inter, and Milan-Lazio.
Paulo Sousa's one-match ban was confirmed, meaning the Fiorentina Coach will sit out the match against Bologna.
Paris Saint-Germain's Ezequiel Lavezzi keeps being linked to Shanghai Shenua, irritating third party Inter.
Ever Banega's agent says a move to Inter from Sevilla would be 'appreciated', but for now it's 'just talk'.
Milan midfielder Giacomo Bonaventura could skip the game against Udinese, opening the way for Kevin-Prince Boateng.
Roma midfielder Kevin Strootman says returning to the pitch is 'an incredible feeling', even if it's just a Primavera game.
Torino's Afriyie Acquah was diagnosed with a thigh strain and will be out for almost one month, as communicated by the club.
Roma youth team coach Alberto De Rossi had three “fantastic” weeks working with Kevin Strootman.
Bologna have lost goalkeeper Antonio Mirante and defender Luca Rossettini to muscular injuries.

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