NEWS

Radja Nainggolan, Dries Mertens and Torino goalkeeper Jean-Francois Gillet have been called up by Belgium.
Didier Deschamps called up Patrice Evra and Paul Pogba of Juventus, but ignored Milan’s Jeremy Menez.
Italy will reportedly play Albania on November 18, two days after taking on Croatia at San Siro.
The English Football Association has confirmed that England will face Italy in two friendlies, the first of which will take place at the end of March.
Alessio Tacchinardi liked what he saw from Juventus at Atletico Madrid and backs the team’s strength in the Champions League.
Milan report that there is no concern surrounding Jeremy Menez’s condition, after he left training this morning.
Walter Sabatini has explained why he hopes for more than just Juventus as a Scudetto challenger for Roma, as he comments on Kevin Strootman again.
James Pallotta has enthused at Roma’s reaction at Manchester City and says ahead of facing Juventus the team can compete with anyone.
Jeremy Menez has caused concern for Milan by skipping today’s training with a reported injury set to be assessed.
The referees for Week 6 of Serie A have been confirmed, with Gianluca Rocchi awarded the clash between Juventus and Roma.
Manchester United are reported today are readying a €38.5m offer this January for Fiorentina’s Juan Cuadrado.
Alberto Paloschi reflects on his latest return to Milan, his friendship with Pippo Inzaghi and how Chievo can take a result this weekend.
Marek Hamsik’s first Coach at Slovan Bratislava has offered advice to Napoli on how to bring out the best in him.
Paolo Cannavaro has once more reflected on ending his Napoli career before he wanted to, and on the current crisis at the club.
Walter Zenga says Juventus and Roma are unrivalled in Serie A and that Inter should follow Atletico Madrid’s example and back their Coach.
Riccardo Montolivo’s return to action for Milan has reportedly been delayed, but he’s still in line for a November date.
There are conflicting reports over Morgan De Sanctis’ chances of returning in time to an otherwise relatively unchanged Roma to face Juventus.
Jose Mauri’s rise through the ranks at Parma reportedly has Juventus tracking him, as the player reflects on his future: “We’ll see.”
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Leonardo Bonucci said Juventus deserve credit for “forcing Atletico Madrid to sit back and wait for us.”
Diego Simeone explained Atletico Madrid’s “tactically intelligent game” to beat Juventus 1-0 in the Champions League.
Juanfran is adamant Atletico Madrid “did a great job and deserved the victory” against Juventus.
Massimiliano Allegri insisted Juventus “played to win, but it wasn’t easy” after their 1-0 defeat to Atletico Madrid.
Gigi Buffon warned Juventus “need to take more risks” in Europe after their 1-0 defeat to Atletico Madrid.
Giorgio Chiellini said Juventus “deserved at least a point” against Atletico Madrid and they are in a “very balanced group.”
Juventus had more possession at the Vicente Calderon, but were beaten by Arda Turan’s goal for Atletico Madrid.
Rudi Garcia said he hopes to have Kevin Strootman back for Roma’s match with Manchester City on December 10.
Galatasaray boss Cesare Prandelli said Antonio Conte “is the right man for this Italy” after taking over.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta knows there are “three very important points at stake” against Atletico Madrid.
Italy Under-21 Coach Gigi Di Biagio called for the fans to “support us” in their Euro play-off with Slovakia.
Carlos Tevez and Fernando Llorente start as Juventus take on Diego Simeone’s Atletico Madrid.
There are reports Napoli could accept Liverpool’s £31m offer for Gonzalo Higuain in January to buy Jackson Martinez.
Rafa Benitez defended his squad rotation policy ahead of Napoli’s trip to Slovan Bratislava. “I do it to win.”
Marek Hamsik admits “this is a special game” as he captains Napoli against Slovan Bratislava in Slovakia.
Vincenzo Montella wants Fiorentina to beat Dinamo Minsk in the Europa League to “renew our enthusiasm.”

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