NEWS

Napoli officially denied that Maurizio Sarri not talking after the game against Pescara was due to an all-out Press silence.
Italy midfielder Marco Verratti returned from his long injury and scored in Paris Saint-Germain versus Metz.
Giuseppe Rossi's limited time in Juventus-Fiorentina once again set in motion rumours that he will leave.
Paris Saint-Germain striker Edinson Cavani respects Gonzalo Higuain's choice to go to Juventus, but 'I would never have done that'.
Chelsea will meet Juan Cuadrado's agent today, say reports, as a loan to Juventus is still an open option.
Dries Mertens' spectacular condition of form could push a faded Lorenzo Insigne towards the Napoli bench.
Inter are back on the move for Santos youngster Gabigol, and there may be an opening for January.
Alessandro Florenzi and Leandro Paredes won't recover in time for Roma-Porto, but Kostas Manolas should make it.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Marek Hamsik felt Napoli should treasure the point earned at Pescara after a comeback, as it was down to “character.”
Eusebio Di Francesco was impressed with new faces and noted Sassuolo “like to dream” after a victory away to Palermo.
Rolando Maran saw “great mentality” from Chievo as they defeated Frank de Boer’s Inter 2-0.
Samir Handanovic and Danilo D’Ambrosio seemed to shift the blame for Inter’s 2-0 defeat against Chievo on to the club.
Pescara goalkeeper Albano Bizzarri explained precisely what happened with that revoked penalty decision against Napoli.
Massimo Oddo concedes the draw was deserved after a 2-2 with Napoli, but Pescara “start well and we can only improve.”
Frank de Boer explained his tactical choices after losing his Inter debut 2-0 at Chievo. “We have a lot of work to do.”
Lazio celebrated a seven-goal thriller in Bergamo, Sassuolo conquered Palermo, while Sampdoria won at Empoli and Bologna squeezed past Crotone.
Frank de Boer’s Serie A debut was a surprising 2-0 defeat at Chievo, as Valter Birsa scored an inspired brace.
Dries Mertens came off the bench and completed a great comeback, albeit amid controversy, as Napoli clawed a 2-2 at Pescara.
Vincenzo Montella felt Gigio Donnarumma’s last-second penalty save “gave justice” to Milan’s 3-2 victory over Torino.
Sinisa Mihajlovic joked about Gianluigi Donnarumma’s penalty save as Torino almost completed an epic comeback at Milan.
Carlos Bacca celebrated his hat-trick against Torino and revealed why he turned down West Ham. “I want to bring Milan back to Europe.”
Napoli begin life post-Gonzalo Higuain by using Manolo Gabbiadini and Lorenzo Insigne against all-attack newcomers Pescara.
Milan won an incredible game 3-2 against Sinisa Mihajlovic’s Torino, as Carlos Bacca scored a hat-trick and Gigio Donnarumma saved a last-gasp penalty.
Inter make their competitive debut under Frank de Boer, who picks an all-attack approach away to Chievo.
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani concedes they were turned down for Mateo Kovacic and Leandro Paredes, but not interested in Rodrigo Caio.
Torino confirm Napoli “and an English club want Nikola Maksimovic, but we won’t rule out him staying too.”
Carlos Bacca reiterated Milan are targeting European qualification “and we must start well” against Torino.
Milan-Torino is an intriguing battle of trident attacks and Coaches, as Sinisa Mihajlovic faces the club that fired him in April.
Join us for today’s EIGHT Serie A games, including Sinisa Mihajlovic’s Milan-Torino revenge, a new Napoli at Pescara and Frank de Boer’s Inter with Chievo.
France Football claim Inter are very close to signing Newcastle United midfielder Moussa Sissoko for €35m.
Caner Erkin’s agent told reporters to “ask Frank de Boer” about rumours Inter would sell the player within weeks of his arrival.
Gonzalo Higuain praised the “winning mentality” of Juventus and again thanked his old Napoli fans.
Roma have injury doubts on Alessandro Florenzi, Kostas Manolas and Leandro Paredes for the Champions League clash with Porto.
Simone Zaza’s father confirmed Juventus won’t sell in Italy, gives West Ham “serious consideration,” but claims Wolfsburg changed the terms.

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