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Erick Thohir is expected to discuss Inter’s current sporting crisis when meeting with CEO Michael Bolingbroke and director general Marco Fassone.
Gaby Mudingayi says he didn’t get more than 45 minutes to prove himself last year at Inter, whilst he turned down QPR, Watford and Palermo this summer.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
UEFA banned Carlo Tavecchio for six months after racist comments, but the FIGC and Claudio Lotito insist he won’t resign.
Andrea Pirlo could start Italy’s Euro 2016 qualifier against Azerbaijan on Friday with Simone Zaza and Ciro Immobile.
Iceland international Emil Hallfredsson wrote a moving open letter to Verona fans and teammates after his father’s death.
Marco Donadel confirmed he will fly out tomorrow to sign for MLS club Montreal Impact. “It’s a lifestyle choice.”
Banfield Coach Matias Almeyda reveals he “will certainly return to lead Lazio and win the Scudetto.”
Juventus have lost Uruguay international Martin Caceres for a month due to a thigh injury.
Adrian Mutu wants to “end his career at Fiorentina,” claims the President of his former club Petrolul Ploiesti.
Salvatore Aronica reveals Walter Mazzarri already confessed he’d leave Napoli for Inter in January 2013.
Sky Sport Italia claim Liverpool talent Suso will join Milan either in January or as a free agent in June.
Italy team manager Lele Oriali warns players are now banned from discussing club affairs on social media.
Marek Hamsik’s agent would “prefer not to talk about the future,” ringing alarm bells for the Napoli captain.
UEFA have officially banned FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio for six months over his racist comments.
Southampton striker Graziano Pellè “took the long way round,” but is finally in the senior Italy squad. “Better late than never.”
Leonardo Bonucci is glad his Juventus teammate Andrea Pirlo postponed international retirement and hailed Empoli’s Daniele Rugani.
Leonardo Bonucci has apologised after a telling-off from the Italy staff, insisting he “did not want to offend Roma.”
Roma President James Pallotta released a statement urging everyone to “calm down” after the Juventus defeat.
Referee Gianluca Rocchi reportedly said his “conscience is clear” over the controversial Juventus-Roma decisions.
Alvaro Morata said playing for Juventus is “like being at Real Madrid, but I have a more relaxed life in Turin.”
It’s reported Inter will sack Walter Mazzarri if he loses to Napoli next week, bringing in Walter Zenga.
Watford – owned by Udinese patrons the Pozzo family – have moved on to their fourth Coach of the season.
Juventus-Roma drags on with Leonardo Bonucci’s Twitter row, Giallorossi insulted in the airport and calls for referee Gianluca Rocchi’s arrest.
Turkish referee Huseyn Gocek will officiate Italy’s Euro 2016 qualifier with Azerbaijan on Friday.
Atletico Madrid reportedly did come in with an offer for Jose Callejon this summer, but Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis turned it down.
Napoli have reportedly set an agreement in place with Lorenzo Insigne to extend his contract through to June 2019.
Palermo’s Week 7 meeting at home to Cesena is reportedly decisive in determining Beppe Iachini’s future as Coach.
Walter Gargano has turned down his latest call-up to the Uruguay national team to continue training with Napoli.
Manolo Gabbiadini has lifted the lid on Sinisa Mihajlovic’s managerial technique at Sampdoria and admits he is targeting a place with Italy.
Massimo Ferrero says it was ‘love at first sight’ with Sinisa Mihajlovic, as he reflects on Sampdoria’s confidence.
Tommaso Ghirardi has said that ‘now is not the time to despair’ at Parma, despite their difficult start to the season.
Leonardo Bonucci’s personal motivator says he gave the player garlic sweets and told him to ‘breathe in the face of Gervinho and Francesco Totti’.
Juventus’ fine handed out to Arturo Vidal for reporting in for training late on Friday was reportedly €100,000, with their ‘patience at its limit’.
Paolo Maldini advises Milan to identify an objective this season, as he does not see that they have been built with anything particular in mind.

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