NEWS

Reports in the Italian media on Sunday claim that Roma director Walter Sabatini is London looking for a feeder club.
Villarreal President Fernando Roig has insisted that Mateo Musacchio is contracted until June 2018 and is only available at his buyout clause of €50m.
Bartosz Salamon has eulogised about the impact Sinisa Mihajlovic has made since coming in at Sampdoria.
Inter look likely to go into the transfer market in January, and the latest rumours link them with Chelsea’s Juan Mata.
Javier Zanetti has revealed that he will wait until the end of the season before thinking about retirement.
Edy Reja’s first purchase as Lazio boss will be Atalanta forward German Denis, according to reports this morning.
Radja Nainggolan looks to be a step closer to leaving Cagliari in January, with several outlets reporting that Milan and Roma will bid.
Reports in the Italian Press this morning claim that Napoli will endeavour to sign Liverpool’s Daniel Agger in January.
Antonio Conte has admitted that he is still reeling from Juventus’ Champions League exit earlier this month.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Gigi Buffon praised the team spirit at Juventus, Antonio Conte’s leadership and believes in Italy’s World Cup chances.
There are conflicting reports over the length of Edy Reja’s contract with Lazio to replace Vladimir Petkovic.
Juventus defender Angelo Ogbonna reveals he was “very close to joining Roma” twice in his career.
Defender Mehdi Benatia is Roma’s joint top scorer this season and reveals he “trained as a striker when I was a kid.”
Russia manager Fabio Capello doubts Gonzalo Higuain will join Chelsea and warns Clarence Seedorf is a “shot in the dark” as Milan Coach.
Milan are being linked with Osasuna goalkeeper Andres Fernandez, but face competition from Tottenham.
Paolo Cannavaro’s agent confirmed Inter and Lazio as options, because his rapport with Napoli Coach Rafa Benitez is “negative.”
Roma director Walter Sabatini is in England for talks with Everton’s Johnny Heitinga and Etienne Capoue of Tottenham.
Stephan El Shaarawy underwent surgery on his right foot today and Milan confirmed he’ll be out for 10 weeks.
Lazio want to sue Vladimir Petkovic for breach of contract, but the Swiss Federation insist they “acted within the rules.”
Roma dg Mauro Baldissoni believes Rudi Garcia and the “pride of the players were decisive in the comeback.”
Milan striker M’Baye Niang wants to “get back to being the player I was” as he begins training with Montpellier.
Juventus boss Antonio Conte has been named Coach of the Year at the Dubai Globe Soccer Awards.
As expected, Milan released a statement denying President Silvio Berlusconi put Mario Balotelli on the market.
Lega Pro side Nocerina have been charged with sporting fraud after the farcical derby with Salernitana on November 10.
Edy Reja wants Paolo Cannavaro when he takes over at Lazio, as lawyers discuss the attempt to sack Vladimir Petkovic for good cause.
Newspaper Secolo XIX claims President Silvio Berlusconi has put Mario Balotelli on the market after a furious outburst.
Newspaper Il Tempo is calling for English referee Howard Webb to officiate the Juventus-Roma Scudetto showdown.
Diego Maradona was very hard on Inter striker Mauro Icardi. “In my day, we’d have taken turns to beat him up.”
Cesare Prandelli warns Italy might not have the strongest squad, “but we can beat the best,” while the World Cup is Mario Balotelli’s chance.
Napoli are active on the January transfer market, targeting Lyon midfielder Maxime Gonalons and Marseille defender Nicolas Nkoulou.
Udinese are again set to strengthen the Watford squad with Alexander Merkel and Mathias Ranegie in January.
Zenit and Italy defender Domenico Criscito “is ready to talk to Fiorentina without problems,” declared his agent.
Inter director Piero Ausilio is in London for talks with Tottenham for Erik Lamela, with Chelsea for Fredy Guarin and West Ham for Ishak Belfodil.
Verona forward Juan Manuel Iturbe survived unscathed after a horrific car crash in Paraguay.

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