NEWS

Napoli are unlikely to risk Lorenzo Insigne when Palermo visit San Paolo tonight.
Former Roma defender Vincent Candela believes ‘it would be a disappointment’ for the Giallorossi not to win the Scudetto this season.
Juan Cuadrado looks set to return to the Juventus starting line-up, as Max Allegri reverts to a 3-5-2.
Empoli Coach Marco Giampaolo says star midfielder Riccardo Saponara ‘needs no words’ ahead of their clash with Sampdoria.
Jose Mauri could be set for a January loan, as he struggles to find playing time at Milan.
Roma President James Pallotta introduces new chief marketing officer Laurent Colette: “We strive to be one of the most successful clubs in the world.”
Bologna have officially confirmed that Coach Delio Rossi has been relieved of his duties.
Milan midfielder Antonio Nocerino will reportedly leave the club in January, with Sampdoria and Bologna linked.
Sampdoria Coach Walter Zenga admits his side “need consistency in results and performances.”
Milan look set to stick with a 4-3-3 against Chievo, as Sinisa Mihajlovic has a lack of strikers.
Juan Camilo Zuniga is facing disciplinary action, after criticising Napoli in an interview.
Empoli Coach Marco Giampaolo offers support to his Bologna counterpart Delio Rossi - “the sacking comes at the wrong time.”
Lorenzo Insigne’s agent says the Napoli man must be “protected” from tough tackles on his knee.
Delio Rossi will not take Bologna training this afternoon, indicating his sacking is imminent.
Sepp Blatter assures Russia will not be stripped of the 2018 World Cup, calling England “bad losers.”
FIFA President Sepp Blatter accuses UEFA’s Michel Platini of a “personal attack” on him.
Marco Verratti’s agent believes his client is worth €100m, like Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba.
Camilo Zuniga hits out at Napoli after being frozen-out - “it’s a choice by the club and not the Coach.”
It’s reported Genoa President Enrico Preziosi has sold around 50 per cent of the club to Giovanni Calabrò.
France CT Didier Deschamps insists he has “no regrets” over his time at Juventus, but doesn’t rule out returning one day.
FIFA’s ad-hoc Electoral Committee confirms it will not consider Michel Platini’s candidacy while he’s banned.
France CT Didier Deschamps defends Paul Pogba, but admits the Juventus man must offer more defensively.
Reports suggest Roberto Donadoni is being lined-up to replace Delio Rossi at Bologna.
It’s reported Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester United and Barcelona could rival Juventus for Sassuolo’s Domenico Berardi.
Today's front page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Samir Handanovic explained his last-gasp save on Mattia Destro. “In a week nobody will remember how Inter won at Bologna.”
Delio Rossi felt Bologna “deserved to draw 1-1” with Inter, but again failed to take their chances.
Roberto Mancini “wants much more” from Inter after their 1-0 win away to Bologna. “Maybe we do play better with 10 men.”
Mauro Icardi celebrated Inter’s victory in Bologna, but admits “I don’t get much service.”
Mauro Icardi gave 10-man Inter a much-needed victory away to ineffective Bologna, but Felipe Melo and Roberto Mancini saw red.
Leaders Crotone are pegged back by Brescia, but Cagliari and Perugia share the spoils, so Cesena catch them in second.
Spanish media report Roma will hire current Barcelona director of marketing Laurent Colette.
Marcello Lippi reveals he was “close to becoming Lazio Coach several times,” but went to Inter and Guangzhou Evergrande instead.
Inter team manager Dejan Stankovic is confident “quality will emerge in the long run” ahead of tonight’s game with Bologna.
Mario Suarez is continually linked with a move away from Fiorentina, as Sevilla and Liverpool are interested.

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