NEWS

Martin Caceres is still a free agent and Napoli are ready to offer him a contract after Vlad Chiriches’ injury.
Paulo Dybala revealed what it was like to play with Leo Messi and be consoled by him after a red card on his full Argentina debut.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Palermo are in need of strikers, so are reportedly ready to sign free agent Dimitar Berbatov.
Leonardo Bonucci, Marco Verratti and Alessandro Florenzi are expected to start for Italy against Israel in their opening 2018 World Cup qualifier.
Cagliari are in mourning for Brazilian Claudio Nenè, who starred in their Scudetto-winning campaign in 1969-70.
Cittadella maintained their perfect start to the season by beating Ternana, while Brescia saw off Frosinone and Bari conquered Perugia at the death.
Jose Ernesto Sosa is ready to play in any midfield position and declared it’s “an honour to play for Milan.”
Spanish paper Sport claim Real Madrid have set their sights firmly on Milan’s 17-year-old goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma.
Vincenzo Montella said Milan “could’ve done better” after new faces impressed in the 2-1 victory away to Bournemouth.
Luciano Spalletti feels Roma “did everything possible” on the transfer market and hopes the team can get over its psychological issues.
Francesco Totti warned Roma “will try to stay close to Juventus, even if it won’t be easy” in the Serie A race.
Roberto Mancini “really cannot understand” the way Pep Guardiola treated Joe Hart, but believes he can improve at Torino.
Juan Iturbe and 18-year-old Kela Coby were on target as Roma beat Argentines San Lorenzo 2-1 in a friendly.
Kalidou Koulibaly “used to be hesitant, but Napoli are making him a defender of a high level,” said his former Coach at Metz.
Santos are reportedly suing Barcelona for damages after Gabriel Barbosa – known as Gabigol – signed for Inter.
Suso and M’Baye Niang gave a very experimental Milan the 2-1 victory away to Bournemouth with several debuts.
New Coach Ivan Juric warned “safety is not enough for the fans” when it comes to Genoa this season.
Udinese earned a 3-1 friendly victory over Slovanians Olimpija Ljubljana, as Sven Kums made his debut.
Juan Manuel Iturbe assures he is “very happy to have stayed at Roma, as my head was always here” despite the Lyon bid.
Francesco Totti starts in a friendly between Roma and San Lorenzo at the Stadio Olimpico.
Cagliari Coach Massimo Rastelli is “happy” with their transfer strategy and said “Sardinians should be proud of this team.”
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini confirmed Frank Cascio “sent an offer two days ago” to buy the club, but he’s “in very advanced talks” with a Chinese group too.
Argentina international Lucas Biglia is expected to sign a new Lazio contract to 2021 for almost €3m per year.
Paolo Di Canio believes “goalkeepers like Gianluigi Donnarumma are born once every 50 years” and the Milan man is “touched by God.”
Luis Alberto scored a brace on his debut as Lazio ran out 15-0 winners against a local side.
Vincenzo Montella feels Milan haven’t yet seen “the best” out of Suso and Italy prodigy Gianluigi Donnarumma.
Vlad Chiriches finished his medical exams and Napoli confirm he will only be out of action for 3-4 weeks.
Carlo Ancelotti admits he could “never train Atletico Madrid or Barcelona, any more than I could train Inter or Lazio.”
Marek Hamsik says 'the greatest joy is yet to come for Napoli' and looks forward to challenging Gonzalo Higuain.
Alessandro Diamanti claims he is 'enthusiastic' about moving to Palermo, and expects 'hard work above all else'.
Former Inter president Massimo Moratti believes Frank De Boer was signed too late, whilst 'the Scudetto will be a piece of cake for Juventus'.
Marco Verratti says he is 'happy for Mario Balotelli' and wants 'a winning national team'.
Marco Verratti says he 'worked hard' to come back from his injury for the Azzurri, but warns Italy-France was deceptive.
Lazio president Claudio Lotito jabs at his city cousins: 'We're better than Roma and financially healthier'.