NEWS

Adriano Galliani claims Milan appointed Vincenzo Montella over Frank de Boer, despite admitting the latter “doesn’t seem so bad to me”.
Juventus have announced record turnover figures for the 2015-16 financial year and an improvement in profits.
Davide Calabria’s agent believes the Milan defender can become “a high-level full-back” after last night’s win over Lazio.
Milan’s joint-CEO Adriano Galliani compares Carlos Bacca to Mauro Icardi and Gonzalo Higuain.
Damiano Tommasi believes Roma “must get into the right mindset”, and criticises a lack of reform in Italian football.
Inter midfielder Gary Medel could be given a long ban at international level, after insulting an Argentinian referee.
Talks over Marcelo Brozovic’s new Inter deal have been halted after his disciplinary problems, reports suggest.
Milan are reportedly increasingly worried by Andrea Bertolacci’s injury, as he’s played just five minutes all season.
Sampdoria sporting director Carlo Osti says there’s “no need” to renew Luis Muriel’s contract.
Kevin Constant’s agent dismisses talk his client could join Torino - “there’s nothing”.
Lazio midfielder Lucas Biglia is likely to miss the Empoli game, and contract talks are still rumbling on.
Marc Wilmots admits he allowed Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan to smoke during his time as Belgium Coach.
There will reportedly only be 25,000 fans at Stadio Olimpico when Roma take on Crotone tonight.
The Chinese group in the process of buying Milan allegedly provided false documents earlier in the transaction.
Atalanta assure Gian Piero Gasperini is “not at risk”, despite three defeats in the opening four Serie A games.
Juventus are reportedly preparing a €10m bid for Atalanta’s Franck Kessie, but face competition from Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester United and Manchester City.
Maicon’s agent denies he offered his client to Inter, and claims “many clubs are interested” in the full-back.
Cagliari’s Simone Padoin warns his former Juventus teammates “will be angry” after the Inter defeat.
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Thomas Strakosha “didn’t expect to be playing” at San Siro against Milan, but made his Serie A debut in the Lazio goal.
Eder hopes the victory over Juventus can boost Inter confidence and prepares to face “my home” club of Empoli.
Vincenzo Montella acknowledged Milan “don’t yet have the champagne football” he is looking for after a 2-0 win over Lazio.
Simone Inzaghi felt Lazio “should’ve taken the lead” at San Siro, but defensive errors cost them in a 2-0 defeat to Milan.
Cittadella conquered Avellino for a fifth consecutive victory and Verona beat Spal to go second, while there were four-goal thrillers at Brescia and Novara.
Milan captain Riccardo Montolivo concedes “some people will never like me” after more jeers despite a 2-0 win over Lazio.
Roberto Mancini is one of the candidates for the Valencia job after they sacked Pako Ayestaran.
Carlos Bacca and an M’Baye Niang penalty allowed Milan to sweep Lazio aside 2-0, extending the winless streak in this fixture to 27 years.
Fiorentina are considering a January offer for Maccabi Tel Aviv striker Tal Ben Haim.
Eusebio Di Francesco confirmed Alessandro Matri will start as Sassuolo take on Chievo tomorrow evening.
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani has learned not to make predictions and comments on Mino Raiola’s role in Gianluigi Donnarumma’s contract.
Torino defender Cristian Molinaro is out for five to six months after undergoing anterior cruciate ligament surgery.
Roma are still missing Thomas Vermaelen for tomorrow night’s encounter with Crotone.
Suso feels this evening Milan have “an important opportunity” when hosting Lazio in a Serie A midweek round.
Milan return Carlos Bacca and Juraj Kucka to the starting XI as they host a Lazio side who lost goalkeeper Federico Marchetti.
Milan host Lazio in a fixture with a rather strange history as both sides try to build momentum in the midweek round.