NEWS

Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Gigi Del Neri admits he is “in stand-by,” as Sampdoria want Vincenzo Montella or Francesco Guidolin.
Lazio are reportedly interested in signing Udinese defender Thomas Heurtaux in January to fill in for Stefan de Vrij.
Milan Badelj believes Fiorentina “have been under-estimated” and can stay top of Serie A all the way to the Scudetto.
Fiorentina are still refusing to release Vincenzo Montella to Sampdoria for less than €3m, with Francesco Guidolin and Gigi Del Neri alternatives.
Inter reportedly offered €4m for Serdar Aziz, but Bursaspor want at least €10m for the defender.
Empoli confirm “Lorenzo Tonelli will certainly not leave in January, but in June he’ll go to the highest bidder.”
Roma director Walter Sabatini said they “are covered” by another goalkeeper if Wojciech Szczesny returns to Arsenal.
Giorgio Chiellini is confident “Juventus can still win a fifth consecutive Scudetto” and doubts Andrea Pirlo will join Inter.
Walter Sabatini discussed Roma’s transfer strategy following Mohamed Salah’s injury, dealing with Juan Manuel Iturbe and Leandro Castan.
Italy again used the 4-4-2 formation in today’s training session ahead of Friday’s friendly against Belgium.
Gigi Di Biagio warned Italy Under-21s “must play better” in their top of the table clash with Serbia on November 13.
Francesco Guidolin reveals why he didn’t accept a return as Palermo Coach. “I’d have come back, but in a different role.”
Leandro Castan could leave Roma on loan in January to get more playing time after recovery from brain surgery.
Director Riccardo Bigon and Andrea Mandorlini held a joint Press conference to insist Hellas Verona won’t change Coach.
Lazio breathe a sigh of relief, as Miroslav Klose’s ankle injury is found to be “nothing that worrying.”
Emanuele Giaccherini feels Antonio Conte’s Italy is “more of a team, whereas under Cesare Prandelli it was a collection of stars.”
Karol Linetty’s agent confirmed “Fiorentina, Milan and Manchester City are interested” in the Lech Poznan midfielder.
Kevin Strootman and Francesco Totti resumed running in training today, as their Roma comebacks move closer.
Juventus announced Simone Padoin will be out for three weeks with a muscular problem.
Werder Bremen are reportedly set to launch a loan bid for Milan’s Nigel De Jong in January.
Bologna’s Emanuele Giaccherini says new Coach Roberto Donadoni has ‘changed the mind-set’ at the club, reminding players ‘to enjoy themselves.’
Sacked Palermo Coach Beppe Iachini says he did ‘great work’ with the club and is ‘sure the group will reach their objectives’.
Former Inter director Marco Fassone says ‘there is nothing concrete’ linking him to the FIGC Presidency.
Former Inter director Marco Fassone says the club are ‘built for the Champions League’ and praises Coach Roberto Mancini.
Napoli Coach Maurizio Sarri’s agent says that he will discuss a new contract with the Partenopei in June.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini says Franco Vazquez can leave to Milan in January ‘if they offer €30m plus VAT.’
Juventus’ contingent of Italy defenders are ‘points of reference for young players’, says Sampdoria’s Lorenzo De Silvestri.
Italy and Sampdoria defender Lorenzo De Silvestri says ‘Antonio Conte’s words made me proud’ after he was praised by the CT.
Bologna must be ‘careful and focused’ when they face Roma says Coach Roberto Donadoni, who hopes for Mattia Destro’s recovery.
Bologna Coach Roberto Donadoni says ‘our strength is in the group’ after winning back to back matches since his arrival.
Kevin-Prince Boateng’s agent says he wants a Milan return and that ‘it will be decided in January’.
Sampdoria have reportedly lined up former Coach Walter Mazzarri as an alternative to Vincenzo Montella.
New York City FC’s Andrea Pirlo and Daniele De Rossi of Roma risk a Euro 2016 snub from Italy CT Antonio Conte, say reports.
Reports suggest Carlo Ancelotti has had contact with Bayern Munich, while speculation is rife over the futures of Antonio Conte and Vincenzo Montella.

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