NEWS

Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci has urged his teammates to forget the last two Scudetto wins, and concentrate on this season’s title.
Stevan Jovetic has assured Manchester City fans that they are yet to see the best of him in England.
Stephan Lichtsteiner has pulled out of the Switzerland squad for the World Cup qualifiers against Albania and Slovenia.
Corriere dello Sport have revealed that Inter have spoken with Diego Milito about extending his deal with the club.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito has hit out at UEFA and FIGC regulation that has seen a number of Italian stadiums closed because of racism.
Roma defender Maicon has admitted that his ultimate aim is to make the Brazil World Cup squad for next summer.
Cesare Prandelli hopes that the Stadio San Paolo in Naples can lift his players when they face Armenia on Tuesday.
Inter President Massimo Moratti has claimed that the deal to see Erick Thohir take a majority share in the club will be completed soon.
Italy trio Mario Balotelli, Lorenzo Insigne and Marco Verratti are all doubts for Friday’s game with Denmark.
Miroslav Klose intends to continue playing on for two more years, but says a decision over his Lazio future won’t come until the summer.
Cristian Zapata has reflected on the challenge he felt in arriving at Milan and how former colleague Mario Yepes helped him settle in.
Federico Balzaretti has reflected on how he sees Roma as different to last season, their Scudetto hopes and Rudi Garcia’s impact.
Milan have today announced an extension of their partnership with kit manufacturers Adidas through to 2023.
Paul Pogba has reflected on his future at Juventus, why he chose Serie A, how Milan was a possible turning point this term and on trying to beat Real Madrid.
Napoli will reportedly send sporting director Riccardo Bigon out to Albania to watch young Swiss defender Fabian Schar in action.
Mario Balotelli has caused concern for Italy ahead of World Cup qualifying by skipping Wednesday morning’s training session.
Fiorentina’s medical staff are reportedly planning an early-November return for striker Mario Gomez, in time to face Milan.
Juventus are reportedly keeping tabs on the possibility of Nemanja Vidic being available next summer on a free transfer.
Francesco Totti’s thigh injury picked up against Inter has been confirmed as nothing serious, so his availability against Napoli is not compromised.
Marcello Lippi has outlined how he sees Juventus as capable of playing ‘two great games’ against Real Madrid in the Champions League.
Leonardo has explained his reasoning for leaving the Inter bench for Paris Saint-Germain in 2011 and mused on the possibility of a return to Serie A.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Lega Serie A President Maurizio Beretta believes the clampdown on racist or discriminatory abuse is “handing the stadium keys to tiny trouble-making groups.”
It’s reported Napoli could swoop for Hellas Verona revelation Juan Manuel Iturbe, who is on loan from Porto.
Juventus ultras have joined Milan and Inter with their invitation to break the rules, forcing the closure of all stadiums.
Inter striker Mauro Icardi celebrates his call-up for Argentina and admits he would not have played for Italy.
Napoli and the local council have announced plans to revamp the Stadio San Paolo. “It will be unique, just like the Neapolitans.”
Lazio and Catania Presidents feel they are “held hostage by fans,” but the Mayor of Naples insists anti-Neapolitan chants must be punished as ‘racism.’
Italy tested out a trident today with Mario Balotelli, Giuseppe Rossi and Antonio Candreva for Denmark.
Sassuolo assured there are “no doubts” they will continue with Coach Eusebio Di Francesco after reports of a dismissal.
Torino will be without full-back Cesare Bovo for a month after he suffered knee ligament damage.
It’s reported Juventus are targeting Fulham midfielder Patjim Kasami, bringing him back to Serie A in January.
Inter ultras have shown solidarity with Milan after the closure of San Siro for ‘discriminatory’ anti-Naples chants and the FIGC admit the rules need “reflection.”
Giuseppe Rossi is happy to be “back home” in the Italy squad, but isn’t packing his suitcase for Brazil 2014 just yet.
Roma defender Federico Balzaretti has tried to calm fans’ expectations, claiming that Juventus and Napoli are still Scudetto favourites.

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