NEWS

Paulo Dybala thanked Juventus for helping him make the Argentina dream come true.
Mateo Kovacic admits he was “happy to leave Inter” and felt Roberto Mancini “didn’t want me in the squad.”
Italy are expected to start Antonio Candreva, Graziano Pellè and Lorenzo Insigne in a Euro 2016 qualifier with Azerbaijan.
Former Atalanta director Pierpaolo Marino believes Manolo Gabbiadini could leave Napoli in January.
The agent of Alex Telles denied Inter will buy him out early from Galatasaray, but “it’ll certainly happen at the end of the season.”
Jorginho “was very close to leaving Napoli this summer, but now he’s very happy,” confirmed his agent.
Roma defender Kostas Manolas left international duty with Greece due to an injury.
Federation President Carlo Tavecchio wants Napoli, Milan, Inter and others to revamp stadiums rather than build new ones.
Lazio striker Filip Djordjevic is reportedly out of action for another four to six weeks with a thigh strain.
Lorenzo Insigne did not take part in training with the Italy squad today due to a knee injury.
Alvaro Morata admits Juventus “didn’t start well, but we’re getting back on track and so am I.”
Bologna defender Alex Ferrari pulled out of Italy Under-21 international duty, so Cesena’s Mattia Caldara is called.
Inter could reportedly sign Alex Telles outright in January, but for less than his agreed clause.
Lorenzo Insigne’s agent does not believe his client should be given Napoli’s number 10 shirt.
Davide Calabria admits “the current situation at Milan is not good” after two defeats in a row.
Coach Walter Zenga admits the international break has come at a good time for Sampdoria - “we hope to get some injured players back”.
Argentina CT Gerardo Martino says Juventus striker Paulo Dybala has “enormous potential”.
Maurizio Sarri’s agent says the Napoli Coach is not thinking about a contract renewal at the moment.
Kalidou Koulibaly’s agent insists his client “never asked to leave” Napoli this summer.
Stevan Jovetic slams “absurd” rumours that there’s a problem with Inter or Roberto Mancini.
Pavel Nedved sees Inter, Roma, Fiorentina and Napoli as Juventus’ potential Scudetto rivals.
Seydou Doumbia admits he “can’t imagine” a scenario where he would return to Roma.
Fiorentina sporting director Daniele Prade admits “we’d take third place” but “we enjoy the Scudetto talk”.
Lorenzo Insigne assures Napoli will ‘fight to the end’ to lift the Scudetto this season.
Fabio Quagliarella says “it’s an honour” to be back in the Italy squad, for the first time in almost five years.
Davide Santon is deemed to be match-ready after all, so the Italy call for Luca Antonelli is cancelled.
Director Pavel Nedved believes Juventus can come back for the Scudetto, but Paul Pogba must be 'more concrete'.
Roma have presented a plea to FIFA against Ittihad FC, claiming they did not receive payment for the loan of Marquinho.
Atalanta's Gabriel Paletta, Empoli's Piotr Zielinski and Sampdoria's Fernando are suspended, while Milan and Torino have been fined.
Rafa Benitez takes back a comment about Napoli's Marek Hamsik being better than Real Madrid's Gareth Bale, and discusses Inter and Mateo Kovacic.
Inter Coach Roberto Mancini reportedly has a list of players to get rid of, including Martin Montoya, Adem Ljajic, Yuto Nagatomo and Danilo D'Ambrosio.
President Aurelio De Laurentiis praises the 'fantastic' Lorenzo Insigne as Napoli's 'representative', and discusses the Scudetto campaign.
President Aurelio De Laurentiis reveals he considered Sinisa Mihajlovic not humble enough for Napoli, while Maurizio Sarri is perfect.
France Coach Didier Deschamps believes Juventus star Paul Pogba must be less 'flashy' and become 'more concrete'.
A survey among 100 experts of Italian football revealed Napoli as the favourites for the Scudetto, followed closely by Roma.

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