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Thiago Motta is open to taking any midfield role for Italy after he impressed in front of the defence against Denmark.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Andrea Ranocchia concedes he struggled tactically with Italy against Denmark after playing in a three-man defence for Inter.
Federico Balzaretti took the blame for Nicklas Bendtner’s brace. “I made mistakes and I apologise for that.”
Dani Osvaldo credits Southampton with his rediscovered calm and joked that he took revenge on Denmark for Euro 2004.
Alberto Aquilani admits he knew precious little about the goal he scored against Denmark. “It was fortunate....”
Cesare Prandelli admits Italy adopted the wrong mentality during the 2-2 draw with Denmark and became “vulnerable.”
Italy went behind to a brace of Nicklas Bendtner headers, but Alberto Aquilani snatched a 2-2 in stoppages.
Udinese and Fiorentina have supported the decision to play Milan-Udinese with a crowd, albeit as part of a suspended sentence.
Dani Osvaldo, Antonio Candreva and Alessandro Diamanti start in tonight’s Denmark-Italy World Cup qualifier.
Valencia defender Adil Rami landed in Milan this evening and will undergo his medical tomorrow.
Cesare Prandelli assured “it is unthinkable to go to the World Cup without Mario Balotelli” and the best is yet to come from Italy.
Milan-Udinese will not be played behind closed doors, as the appeal verdict has been postponed.
Vincenzo Montella warns Fiorentina are about to go into “a very important run of games” between Serie A and Europe.
Inter boss Walter Mazzarri has claimed that he would like to end his career with the Nerazzurri.
Milan play French side Caen in a friendly on Sunday, and former player M’Baye Niang has admitted it will be a great occasion.
Fiorentina defender Gonzalo Rodriguez has admitted he is ‘very happy’ in Florence and wants to stay with the club.
Cesare Prandelli has insisted that an Italy without Mario Balotelli is ‘unthinkable’.
Genoa captain Daniele Portanova has hailed the impact Gian Piero Gasperini has had on the team since his arrival.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito has claimed that Italy should look to England in order to end the problem of racial discrimination.
Corriere dello Sport have reported this afternoon that Roma will make a move for Micah Richards in January.
Esteban Cambiasso has insisted that Inter will fight until the end of the season to claim a Champions League place.
Barcelona are reported to be planning a move for Napoli defender Juan Camilo Zuniga in the January transfer window.
Miralem Pjanic will sit down with Roma in the next few weeks and discuss a new deal, according to reports.
Marco Verratti’s agent has insisted that his client will not leave Paris Saint-Germain during the next two transfer windows.
FIFA agent Oscar Damiani has revealed that Juventus almost signed sought-after French youngster Geoffrey Kondogbia.
Cagliari sporting director Nicola Salerno has reflected on varying speculation surrounding Radja Nainggolan, Davide Astori, Mauricio Pinilla and Victor Ibarbo.
Alessandro Del Piero has thanked Francesco Totti for his support, considered Carlos Tevez’s start in the Juventus No 10 and reflected on life in Australia.
Gonzalo Higuain is encouraged by the prospect of facing up to Francesco Totti when Napoli play Roma, but says it is no title decider.
Roma Coach Rudi Garcia has welcomed comparisons in style with Juventus counterpart Antonio Conte: “I admire him.”
Speculation is that Italy will start against Denmark with Pablo Daniel Osvaldo flanked in attack by Antonio Candreva and Alessandro Diamanti.
Juventus' Andrea Agnelli has reflected on the potential Europe’s top clubs have when united, including the financial lure a European Super League has.
Arsenal are seen as in the market this January for a striker and apparently are considering Juventus hit-man Fernando Llorente.
Juventus are reportedly preparing an offer to try and tempt Manchester United to sell Nemanja Vidic in January.
Paul Pogba’s agent has mused that no club would be able to turn down ‘an indecent offer’ for the midfielder, let alone Juventus.

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