NEWS

Juventus board member Pavel Nedved has been banned from games until January 31 after he confronted officials at the weekend.
Catania's Francesco Lodi has been given a three-match ban after his straight red card in the Elefanti's 0-0 draw with Torino at the weekend.
Galatasaray President Unal Asyal has been at Milan's training ground today discussing the possibility of signing Djamel Mesbah and Luca Antonini.
Fiorentina have revealed that new signing Giuseppe Rossi has a €35m rescission clause inserted into his contract.
Fiorentina have unveiled Italian international Giuseppe Rossi following his January move from Villarreal.
The agent of Hugo Campagnaro will hold talks with Napoli this week to discuss the future of the defender.
Finishing in the top three is still the target for Inter despite their inconsistent form, says team manager Ivan Ramiro Cordoba.
Luigi Giorgi has returned to Novara after Palermo cut short his 12-month loan agreement.
Dave Taylor selects his best XI from the latest round of action in the Italian top flight.
Fiorentina have confirmed that David Pizarro did not suffer a fracture in yesterday’s shock 2-0 home defeat to Pescara.
President Massimo Moratti has confirmed that Inter will make some January repairs after holding a transfer summit on Monday.
Reports in Italy are suggesting that Zenit St Petersburg were the side who offered Napoli over €50m for Edinson Cavani in the summer.
Inter’s worrying crisis of results following their historic win at Juventus in November has continued with this weekend’s loss at Udinese.
Napoli striker Edinson Cavani is presently not flashy enough to win the Golden Ball, says Roma director general Franco Baldini.
The President of Brazilian outfit Sao Paulo has confirmed that they will net Napoli flop Eduardo Vargas by Friday.
Chievo Verona have warned clubs interested in Stefano Sorrentino that they’ll have to pay his true transfer worth.
Juventus have confirmed that they are considering the January capture of Shanghai Shenhua ace Didier Drogba.
Milan had shown an interest in Palermo-bound Napoli stopper Andrea Dossena, his agent has admitted.
Javier Zanetti has admitted that Inter have lost their way following the impressive Week 11 win at Juventus.
Gigi Buffon has admitted that he was at fault for Sampdoria’s equaliser in Juventus’ shock 2-1 home loss on Sunday.
Stephan El Shaarawy or Edinson Cavani? Milan chief Silvio Berlusconi says he prefers the Diavolo’s striking sensation.
Mattia Perin has the potential to develop into a great goalkeeper, says Pescara boss Cristiano Bergodi.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Walter Mazzarri praised “stunning” Edinson Cavani and Napoli for beating Roma 4-1 this evening, but hit back at his critics.
Zdenek Zeman insisted he was “happy with the performance” as Roma created – and wasted – more opportunities than Napoli.
Edinson Cavani took the match ball home with him and felt the victory over Roma was “more important for us than the table.”
Napoli fly into third place after an Edinson Cavani hat-trick crushed Roma 4-1 in the Derby del Sud.
“Juventus have to get over it. Stevan Jovetic is staying next season even with Giuseppe Rossi,” warned Fiorentina.
Adriano Galliani has confirmed Robinho turned down offers from other Brazilian clubs after talks with Santos broke down. “He’s staying with Milan.”
Claudio Marchisio and Juventus breathe a sigh of relief, as tests show “no lesions” to knee ligaments.
Milan have responded to Sepp Blatter by releasing a new statement urging “national and international authorities” to take action on racism.
Goran Pandev supports Edinson Cavani, but Pablo Daniel Osvaldo is dropped as Napoli welcome Roma in a head-to-head for third place.
Roberto Donadoni praised super-sub Amauri, but Gian Piero Gasperini demands reinforcements.
Massimiliano Allegri conceded the first half was poor, though Beppe Iachini contested the penalty.
Gigi Del Neri felt Genoa deserved the success and Stefano Pioli warned Bologna have to grow up.

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