NEWS

Mundo Deportivo is reporting that Juventus ace Arturo Vidal is on the transfer radar of Barcelona.
Inter are monitoring the developing contract situation of Barcelona youngster Martin Montoya.
Mathieu Flamini has revealed why he decided to leave Milan for former club Arsenal during the summer.
Valon Behrami says Napoli’s defeat to Arsenal was harder to accept than the 3-0 loss at Juventus.
Juventus’ Gigi Buffon, Paul Pogba, Andrea Barzagli and Simone Padoin in action on a strangely deserted train.
Fiorentina sporting director Daniele Pradè suggests the club will not make any major signings in January.
Italian Football Federation chief Giancarlo Abete says talks regarding the future of boss Cesare Prandelli are still at least four months away.
Inter boss Walter Mazzarri has been left impressed by new owner Erick Thohir. “If he asked me to extend my contract…”
Erick Thohir says one of his desires after taking control of Inter is to make Serie A great again on the world stage.
Cesare Prandelli dropped hints that Giuseppe Rossi and Mario Balotelli are his first choice front two after Italy’s 2-2 draw with Nigeria.
Andrea Ranocchia admits Italy “conceded too many goals recently” after a 2-2 friendly draw with Nigeria.
Alessandro Diamanti will “just have to keep improving on free-kicks” after hitting the bar in Italy’s 2-2 draw with Nigeria.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Giuseppe Rossi and Emanuele Giaccherini got the goals, while Italy also hit the woodwork twice in their thrilling 2-2 draw with Nigeria.
Riccardo Montolivo rued Italy’s wasted opportunities in a 2-2 draw with Nigeria. “We need to be more incisive.”
Salvatore Sirigu explained the difficulties Italy have in working out tactical organisation with little time together.
Marco Parolo was content with his “official debut,” although he revealed a misunderstanding with Mario Balotelli.
Giuseppe Rossi was happy with his first Italy goal in over two years and the partnership with Mario Balotelli.
Emanuele Giaccherini warned Italy needed to keep the tempo up after a 2-2 draw with Nigeria and is “happy” at Sunderland.
Cesare Prandelli was impressed with Italy’s 2-2 draw against Nigeria. “I’d love to see performances like this all the time.”
Giuseppe Rossi and Emanuele Giaccherini were on target as Italy scrambled a 2-2 draw with Nigeria in an entertaining friendly.
Juventus ultras are threatening to go on strike – sitting in silence for the Champions League game with Copenhagen.
Giuseppe Rossi and Mario Balotelli lead a revamped Italy side against Nigeria in London this evening.
Italy Under-21 Coach Gigi Di Biagio warns Serbia are “brilliant but inconsistent, so we must strike at the right moment.”
Antonio Conte revealed the greatest reward he could receive is that “Juventus and the players believe in me.”
“I haven’t received any calls from England for Alessio Cerci and he’s staying at Torino,” assured President Urbano Cairo.
Good news for Fiorentina, as Mario Gomez has “completely healed” from his ruptured knee ligament.
Italy’s Deputy Prime Minister Angelino Alfano announced a “revolutionary” new law to transform stadiums.
Serie B side Novara have officially fired Coach Alfredo Aglietti, with Alessandro Calori expected to take over.
Francesco Totti is on the road to recovery after a thigh strain, though Roma medics warn he’ll be out for a while yet.
Joaquin has admitted that he would like to stay at Fiorentina for another ‘two to three years’.
Paolo Cannavaro’s agent has rubbished suggestions that the Napoli defender could join Lazio in January.
Riccardo Saponara could be on his way to Parma in January, if reports in the Italian Press are to be believed.
Fiorentina sporting director Daniele Prade will put pen to paper on a contract extension within the next few weeks, it is claimed.
Milan could be set to bolster their backline in January with a move for Tottenham defender Younes Kaboul.

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