NEWS

Reports in Italy today are suggesting that Inter are in talks with Juventus over a deal to swap Fredy Guarin for Mirko Vucinic.
Antonio Conte could make as many as eight changes to the Juventus line-up to face Roma on Tuesday night.
Rudi Garcia is speculated as considering handing Miralem Pjanic a new role in attack for Roma against Juventus tomorrow evening.
Antonio Conte will reportedly not be addressing the media ahead of Juventus’ Coppa Italia clash with Roma.
Michel Bastos is edging ever closer to securing a move to Roma, as he undergoes medical tests on Monday morning.
Alvaro Morata has looked to end speculation linking him with a move away from Real Madrid: “Despite everything that is being said, I’m happy here.”
Hernanes and Claudio Lotito have both shied away from transfer speculation linking the Brazilian with a move away from Lazio.
Mattia De Sciglio has reflected on how Clarence Seedorf ‘has brought great enthusiasm’ and ‘his ideas of the game’ to Milan.
Angelo Ogbonna says Juventus’ secret lies in their Coach Antonio Conte, as he affirms the team expect a different match against Roma tomorrow.
Nicolas Spolli could be facing retrospective action from the authorities after appearing to kick Fiorentina’s Ryder Matos in the head.
Alessandro Costacurta believes that Milan are in the hands of a Coach in Clarence Seeforf who ‘knows how to motivate players’, ‘like an English manager’.
Zvonimir Boban has reflected that Milan were still vulnerable in Clarence Seedorf’s debut, as he considers the new Coach’s work with Mario Balotelli.
Today's front-page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Urby Emanuelson has confirmed Jaap Stam “will arrive” in Clarence Seedorf’s Milan staff, while Edgar Davids “maybe next season.”
Verona Coach Andrea Mandorlini regretted “a huge mistake” that cost their defeat to Milan and wished Jorginho all the best.
Clarence Seedorf revealed his new post-match Milan tradition and said the club showed “courage” to hire him.
Mario Balotelli dedicated Milan’s 1-0 victory over Verona to new Coach Clarence Seedorf. “I think we played well.”
Mario Balotelli converted a late penalty to give Clarence Seedorf a winning debut, beating Verona 1-0 at San Siro.
Fabio Capello blasted Inter President Erick Thohir. “He is doing nothing for the club or the fans.”
Michel Bastos landed in Italy today and will have his Roma medical tomorrow. “I am very happy to be here.”
Riccardo Montolivo is already impressed with Milan Coach Clarence Seedorf. “Now the players must give a response.”
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani reveals the Clarence Seedorf “project” was brought forward by six months.
Just days after quitting Barnet FC, Edgar Davids is at San Siro for Milan-Verona amid rumours he’ll join Clarence Seedorf’s staff.
Clarence Seedorf makes his Milan debut with Keisuke Honda, Mario Balotelli, Kaka and Robinho against Verona.
Eusebio Di Francesco wonders where Sassuolo's spirit has gone and Giampiero Ventura wants Ciro Immobile for Italy.
Eugenio Corini rues missed opportunities and Roberto Donadoni gives Antonio Cassano advice.
Rolando Maran wanted a different Catania reaction and Vincenzo Montella is glad to have Alessandro Matri.
Davide Ballardini felt Bologna fully deserved their point, but Rafa Benitez was left with regrets.
Stefano Colantuono concedes Diego Lopez has reason to feel luck was against him.
Both Francesco Guidolin and Edy Reja were surprised at the turnaround in fortunes.
Ricky Kaka welcomes Clarence Seedorf to Milan, but admits he “didn’t want to play football anymore” after an injury on his debut.
Antonio Cassano thanked Parma and the fans for “putting up with me. I always make life difficult for myself!”
Marek Hamsik made his Serie A comeback, but admits Napoli’s Scudetto ambitions are over. “We should look at second place.”
Walter Mazzarri “can’t explain why we didn’t score today” after Inter’s disappointing 1-0 defeat to Genoa.
Rafa Benitez concedes Napoli “are still missing something” after their last-gasp 2-2 draw against 10-man Bologna.

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