Mario Gomez eyes Genoa date
Fiorentina reportedly hope to have Mario Gomez fit and ready to start games by the end of this month, with Genoa signposted.
Boniperti: Juve could make history
Giampiero Boniperti has urged Juventus to ‘fight until the last second’, as he says new records and even a 100-point tally aren’t beyond them.
Napoli, Gonalons wait on Lyon
Napoli and Maxime Gonalons are reportedly waiting on Lyon President Jean-Michel Aulas’ approval to complete his transfer.
Rossi to leave for US
Fiorentina’s Giuseppe Rossi will head out to the United States tomorrow to undergo tests on his knee injury with specialist Dr Richard Steadman.
Gilardino: Happy here, but…
Alberto Gilardino has indicated that his future isn’t cut and dry, but reports say he has at least decided against Toronto.
Marotta: We will renew Pirlo
As Beppe Marotta reportedly probes Andrea Pirlo’s environment for indications, he comments: “There is no possibility of a separation.”
Fiorentina monitor Papu Gomez
Fiorentina are reportedly mulling a possible move for former Catania man Alejandro ‘Papu’ Gomez, should Mario Gomez not return shortly.
Galliani: Cristante staying here
Adriano Galliani has dismissed the idea of sending Bryan Cristante out on loan this January, as he calls for Alessandro Matri to be supported.
‘World Cup would be an honour’
Luca Toni has reflected on how it ‘would be an honour’ should form for Verona see him picked once more for Italy.
Ventura regrets Torino display
Giampiero Ventura lamented Torino’s mistakes that contributed to defeat at Parma: “We could have stretched our advantage in the table.”
Di Francesco rues inaccuracy
Eusebio Di Francesco believed Sassuolo were level with Genoa yesterday, and that poor finishing contributed to their demise.
Paredes: I’m a Roma player
Boca Juniors’ young forward Leandro Paredes has commented that ‘I am a Roma player’, ahead of completing an anticipated loan move.
Nainggolan to finalise Roma switch
Radja Nainggolan is expected to formalise terms of agreement and undergo a medical to complete a move to Roma.
What the papers say...
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Mazzarri bemoans refereeing performance
Walter Mazzarri lamented the referee’s decisions this evening, as Inter lost 1-0 to Lazio at Stadio Olimpico.
Hernanes: Reja hasn't got a magic wand
Hernanes believes that his hard work over the Christmas holidays has paid off after the win over Inter on Monday.
'We can do much, much more'
Edy Reja has claimed that his Lazio side can do ‘much, much more’ despite beating Inter 1-0 on Monday.
Radu: An important victory
Lazio defender Stefan Radu has admitted that tonight’s win over Inter was an ‘important’ one.
Nainggolan to Roma or Napoli?
Reports in the Italian Press this evening suggest that Radja Nainggolan could be set for Roma, or may make a last-minute switch to Napoli.
Walcott to miss World Cup
England and Arsenal’s Theo Walcott will miss the rest of the season and the World Cup after suffering a knee injury.
Gasperini: Everything can be improved
Gian Piero Gasperini tried to calm fans expectations after Genoa’s win over Sassuolo, claiming that ‘everything can be improved’.
Colantuono bemoans 'false' result
Stefano Colantuono claimed that the result was ‘false’ as his Atalanta side went down 3-0 away to Milan.
Klose volley enough for Lazio
A superb Miroslav Klose goal was enough to give Lazio a 1-0 win over Inter in Edy Reja’s first game back in charge.
'Chelsea clear to talk with Guarin agent'
Inter sporting director Piero Ausilio has revealed that Chelsea are in contract with Fredy Guarin’s agent.
Kaka: Nice to be part of history
Kaka conceded he was honoured to be ‘part of history’ as the Brazilian netted his 100th and 101st goals for Milan.
Mandorlini 'very happy' with win
Andrea Mandorlini insisted he was ‘very happy’ after his Verona side dispatched Udinese 3-1 on Monday.
Guidolin: Di Natale remains a big player
Francesco Guidolin has claimed not to have spoken to Antonio Di Natale about his retirement at the end of the season.
Pioli laments Diamanti absence
Stefano Pioli admitted that his Bologna side missed Alessandro Diamanti’s presence as they lost 2-0 to Catania on Monday.
Di Natale announces retirement
Udinese and Italy striker Antonio Di Natale has announced he will retire at the end of the season.
Edy Reja makes his ‘debut’ for Lazio after Vladimir Petkovic’s dismissal and transforms the tactics when welcoming Inter.
Allegri: 'Don't rush Cristante'
Massimiliano Allegri warned against hyping Bryan Cristante and doesn’t “particularly care” who replaces him at Milan.
Rossi 'back in six weeks'
Giuseppe Rossi’s agent breathes a sigh of relief, claiming the Fiorentina and Italy striker could be back “in six or seven weeks.”
WK18: Unstoppable Verona
Verona continued their amazing campaign with victory in Udine, while Genoa saw off Sassuolo, Parma ended Torino’s run and Francesco Lodi had a perfect Catania comeback.
Wk18: Kaka revives Milan, Verona soar
Ricky Kaka went up to 101 Milan goals and Bryan Cristante scored his first, but 3-0 does not reflect Atalanta’s performance.
Mihajlovic: 'Napoli deserved win'
Sampdoria Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic held up his hands to admit “Napoli deserved the victory.”
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