Inter centre-back Milan Skriniar insists “Milan are not in crisis”, urging his teammates to be wary ahead of the derby.
Today's front page headlines in English from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Simone Zaza will forever be grateful to Sassuolo and Eusebio Di Francesco, but has “no regrets” about his time at Juventus.
Vincenzo Montella asked for Nikola Kalinic and Milan could make another bid for Torino hitman Andrea Belotti, said Massimiliano Mirabelli.
Milan director of sport Massimiliano Mirabelli confessed Leonardo Bonucci was “not planned” and Mino Raiola is “an actor who likes the spotlight.”
Diego Perotti claims “Napoli are stronger than Juventus” right now, but Roma can still “hurt them” and he’s relishing Eusebio Di Francesco’s tactics.
A day after Brescia fired their Coach, new boss Pasquale Marino’s first training session was interrupted by traffic police wielding fines.
Raul Albiol believes Napoli can achieve “the dream of the entire city” to win the Scudetto, but Manchester City are “the form side in Europe.”
Inter striker Mauro Icardi has asked fans to suggest the name of his new puppy via social media with a special prize.
Milan legend Mauro Tassotti picked an ideal XI from his many Rossoneri teammates, including Paolo Maldini, Andrea Pirlo, Ruud Gullit and Marco van Basten.
Fiorentina defender Cristiano Biraghi reveals the social media abuse players receive. “Someone wished death upon my family because of Fantasy Football.”
Former Inter, Parma, Roma and Fiorentina striker Adriano discussed the depression that stalled his career and why at age 35 he wants to get back on the pitch.
Roma have an injury crisis going into Saturday’s clash with Napoli, as Kevin Strootman might also be left out of the squad.
Milan have eyed up Switzerland Coach – and former Lazio boss – Vladimir Petkovic if Vincenzo Montella doesn’t turn things around, it’s reported.
Lazio have lost their appeal against a ban for racist chants, so will need to play with the Curva Nord closed against Cagliari next weekend.
Valencia striker Simone Zaza called the Euro 2016 penalty miss for Italy “the worst moment of my career. I didn’t ask to take it.”
Roberto Pruzzo believes Milan “could’ve used the money to buy a better striker than Nikola Kalinic and Andre Silva.”
Genoa’s 16-year-old sensation Pietro Pellegri is “a young Zlatan Ibrahimovic,” said his agent, and “it’s not surprising he has been linked with PSG.”
Marco Verratti’s long-time agent Donato Di Campli launched another scathing attack on Paris Saint-Germain President Nasser Al Khelaifi.
Juventus defender Daniele Rugani believes “our rivals for the Scudetto are Napoli and Roma, with Inter and Milan slightly behind.”
Lazio midfielder Lucas Leiva believes “it’ll be harder now” for Saturday’s opponents Juventus to win Serie A.
Tom Ince insists he doesn’t regret not joining Inter - “the English boy inside me told me to go to the Premier League”.
Nikola Kalinic has reportedly left Milanello, and is in doubt for this Sunday’s Derby della Madonnina.
Milan Badelj says “now is not the time” to discuss a Fiorentina renewal.
It’s reported Fabio Capello will leave Jiangsu Suning, leading to inevitable links with the Italy job.
Mario Balotelli has posted a video of he and a friend racing mini motorbikes across a football pitch.
Lazio team manager Angelo Peruzzi sees Juventus as “the team to beat again this year”.
Former Inter winger Luis Figo has been appointed as a football advisor by UEFA.
Roma midfielder Lorenzo Pellegrini admits the visit of Napoli is crucial, as “it’s a direct clash for the top places”.
Alessio Romagnoli says Milan teammate Leonardo Bonucci “taught me to play in a back-three”.
Milan defender Mateo Musacchio admits Inter captain Mauro Icardi is a danger man in the derby - “we can’t let him breathe”.
Inter winger Antonio Candreva shrugs off criticism of his crossing, but “it’s there to be improved”.
Emanuele Giaccherini says winning the Scudetto at Napoli would be even sweeter as “Juventus are used to it”.
Paolo Tagliavento has been announced as the referee for Sunday’s Derby della Madonnina between Inter and Milan.
Juventus midfielder Sami Khedira has taken a shot at the makers of FIFA 18 - for getting his hair wrong.