Good news for Hellas Verona, as Luca Toni returns after two months out to face Napoli.
Frosinone face Inter tomorrow and President Maurizio Stirpe admits “we had a little chat for Rey Manaj.”
Maurizio Sarri reveals Gonzalo Higuain returned “very tired” from Argentina and is at risk for Verona-Napoli.
Stefano Pioli slammed Lazio for their “attitude” problem ahead of the Palermo game. “It takes more than quality to succeed.”
Roberto Stellone is not one to hold back and already announced Frosinone’s starting XI. “Inter are ruthless.”
Vincenzo Montella is “tempted” to start Antonio Cassano as the new Sampdoria Coach takes on Udinese.
Josip Ilicic thanks Paulo Sousa for revitalising his career and is confident Fiorentina can win the Scudetto.
Walter Mazzarri is currently in England, but reportedly looking for a MLS job with Toronto FC the favourites.
Torino director Gianluca Petrachi confirms he “already turned down an €8m offer for Marco Benassi” and hopes to keep Bruno Peres.
Juventus defender Martin Caceres could be heading to Turkey for Fenerbahce in January.
Inter scouts were in the stands to view Nice forward Hatem Ben Arfa, who will be out of contract in June.
Carlo Ancelotti would “very much love to be Roma Coach one day” or return to Milan, but won’t take a mid-season job.
Inter are set to reject €35m offers from Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool for hitman Mauro Icardi.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero sees a Roma, Napoli, Fiorentina and Juventus Scudetto race, but “Inter are very lucky.”
Arsenal are shopping for an Italian defender, targeting Daniele Rugani of Juventus or Genoa’s Armando Izzo.
More injury worries emerge for Hellas Verona, as Francelino Matuzalem suffered a thigh strain.
Pescara were forced to fight hard for the points in their five-goal thriller with Avellino.
Serie A is back with Bologna-Roma and Juventus-Milan today, then Napoli in Verona, Inter-Frosinone, the Tuscan Derby and Vincenzo Montella’s Samp debut.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
The agent of Lazio midfielder Lucas Biglia says a number of teams are interested in his client and “Inter is one of them”.
Juventus vice-President Pavel Nedved says it would be “absurd” to move Euro 2016 in the wake of the Paris attacks.
Milan midfielder Jose Mauri says Juventus are “great” but “I don’t think they’ll win the Scudetto”.
Riccardo Montolivo admits Milan “miss” Mario Balotelli, who is on his “last chance”.
Salvatore Sirigu’s agent insists Lazio “can’t afford” his client, who is being linked with a Paris Saint-Germain exit.
Inter have confirmed that Davide Santon is suffering with an achilles injury, and will train separately.
Lazio’s team doctor confirms Miroslav Klose will be fit to face Palermo, but hits out at handling of Eddy Onazi.
Mario Mandzukic and Gianluigi Buffon are both fit enough to be in the Juventus squad to face Milan.
Andrea Bertolacci will miss Milan’s trip to Juventus, as he’s not named in Sinisa Mihajlovic’s squad.
The Lega Serie A announces that La Marseillaise will be played before all of this weekend’s matches.
Domenico Berardi’s agent confirms Juventus have a “verbal agreement” for the Sassuolo striker, but he won’t move in January.
Roma defender Antonio Rüdiger insists “to talk about the Scudetto now is premature”.
Inter President Erick Thohir plays down rumours of a move for Andrea Pirlo - “we need players who fit the club's project, not just big names.”
President Erick Thohir says Inter are “aiming to qualify for the Champions League” with Roberto Mancini.
Coach Roberto Donadoni acknowledges Bologna are facing “one of the best teams in the League” in Roma.
Rudi Garcia has named his Roma squad to face Bologna, with captain Francesco Totti still absent.