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Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Bologna goalkeeper Gianluca Curci has admitted that Bologna have given him a second chance this season.
Jose Maria Callejon has described what life is like for a Partenopei player in Naples, admitting it is ‘unique’.
Livorno boss Davide Nicola has admitted he is looking forward to facing former club Genoa this weekend.
Fiorentina are in the process of offering Gonzalo Rodriguez a new contract, according to reports in the Italian Press.
Francesco Guidolin has named his Udinese squad for the game against Chievo on Saturday, but will be without two key players.
Philippe Mexes’ agent has claimed that his client never thought about leaving Milan over the summer.
Verona defender Domenico Maietta has insisted that if his side can beat Milan, then they can do the same to Juventus.
Roma President James Pallotta has heaped praise on Francesco Totti as the forward penned a new deal at the club.
Fabio Liverani has urged everyone at Genoa to forget about the derby win last weekend and focus fully on Livorno.
Giuseppe Sannino is confident his Chievo side can claim their first three points of the season against Udinese this Saturday.
Roma and Lazio midfielders Michael Bradley and Ederson have come together to urge fans not to indulge in racist behaviour during the derby.
Inter’s Hugo Campagnaro expects former club Napoli to challenge Juventus in the Scudetto race this season.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani has again underlined how the Champions League theme tune inspires the Diavolo.
Milan striker M’Baye Niang has declared himself fit and ready for action ahead of Sunday’s Serie A game against Napoli.
Massimo Ambrosini has been stunned by the way he has been welcomed at Fiorentina following his move from Milan.
Verona midfielder Jorginho is planning on upsetting Italian champions Juventus during their weekend Serie A game.
Francesco Totti has officially signed a new contract with Roma which will see him play on until June 2016. “I love this club and they love me.”
Milan chief Adriano Galliani insists the result of the game against Napoli won’t be too significant at this stage of the season.
Sampdoria boss Delio Rossi has named a 24-man squad for Saturday’s Serie A trip to Cagliari.
Genoa chief Enrico Preziosi is delighted he was able to keep Italian international Alberto Gilardino during the summer.
Inter chief Massimo Moratti has called for focus ahead of the Sassuolo game amidst reports that he has agreed to sell the club.
The Italian Football Federation have named Rome and Milan as possible venues at the multi-country 2020 European Championship.
Livorno’s Paulinho is delighted to have finally made it as a top-flight player after failing trials with Inter, Roma and Chelsea.
Parma defender Felipe believes Milan’s capture of Kaka was the best move of the summer transfer window.
Kevin Constant believes Milan have what it takes to finally bring a stop to Napoli’s winning start to the season.
Vincent Candela has backed former club Roma to comfortably win the derby against Lazio on Sunday.
Verona’s Luca Toni has doubts about how well suited Fernando Llorente is to the Juventus tactics of Antonio Conte.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Vladimir Petkovic felt Lazio did well to “grind out the result” against Legia Warsaw, but criticised the fans.
Lazio ran a few risks, but Hernanes scored the winner and hit the woodwork in a 1-0 win over Legia Warsaw.
Francesco Totti will hold a Press conference with President James Pallotta tomorrow to announce his contract extension.
Vincenzo Montella saw a different Fiorentina after they broke the deadlock with Pacos Ferreira. “We played fine football.”
Fiorentina crushed Pacos Ferreira 3-0 with Gonzalo Rodriguez, Ryder Matos and Giuseppe Rossi to top their Europa League group.
Borussia Dortmund goalkeeper Mitchell Langerak won’t forget Lorenzo Insigne’s free kick in a hurry – he chipped his teeth on the upright!

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