NEWS

Today's front page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
As expected, Barcelona confirmed ex-Milan director Ariedo Braida will join the club tomorrow.
There are reports Gervinho will return on Thursday with Seydou Doumbia coming to Roma on Friday.
Manchester United are heavily linked, but new reports suggest Juventus could poach Milan midfielder Nigel de Jong.
Inter director Piero Ausilio doesn’t regret signing Dani Osvaldo and is committed to Roberto Mancini “long-term.”
Mauro Icardi “married our project” and is in contract extension talks with Inter, confirmed Piero Ausilio.
Lazio midfielder Cristian Ledesma is reportedly heading to America with New York Red Bulls or Montreal Impact.
Parma captain Alessandro Lucarelli has faith in the new owners, but admits players “felt abandoned.”
Rolando Maran believes Chievo’s victory over Parma can remove “anxiety” after three consecutive defeats.
Roberto Donadoni criticised the referee after defeat to Chievo and slammed those doubting the new Parma owners.
Carlo Tavecchio is open to discussing a new way of assigning referees, but the priority is reducing Serie A to 18 teams.
Chievo got three potentially decisive points and sent 10-man Parma closer to relegation with a 1-0 result at the Tardini.
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio insists the controversy over Antonio Conte’s court case is “a storm in a teacup.”
Roma attacking winger Giammario Piscitella, who is on loan in Lega Pro with Pistoiese, has failed a doping test.
Inter drew 2-2 with Hungarian club Haladas in a friendly today, as Hernanes and George Puscas were on target.
Cesena have officially signed Belgian midfielder Gaby Mudingayi until the end of the season.
Riccardo Saponara will miss the game against his parent club Milan as the Empoli star contracted chickenpox.
Leaked Nike shirts for Inter in the 2015-16 campaign show a return to the club’s classic style.
The all-new Parma host Chievo in a relegation dogfight that was snowed off on Sunday.
Ex-Lazio and Palermo Coach Davide Ballardini says Milan “lack vision” in spite of having many “excellent players.”
Sampdoria are attempting steal soon-to-be free agent Neto from under the noses of Juventus, say reports.
Marek Hamsik's agent confirms that the player is 'happy at Napoli', in spite of interest from ‘huge clubs’.
Atalanta striker Mauricio Pinilla says his team can beat Inter and Juventus, and backs himself to score two goals.
Christian Maggio and José Callejon assert together that Napoli 'believe in second place' and they will target Roma.
Bayern Munich defender Mehdi Benatia reveals that signing for Roma was his 'happiest moment', while his model is Paolo Maldini.
New Parma President Giampietro Manenti admits that they are in a 'race against time' to settle the club’s debts.
Milan are still deliberating whether to sell Robinho to Santos, with reports stating the Rossoneri have been unresponsive to two offers.
Former Inter renegade Dani Osvaldo says signing for Boca Juniors is a 'dream' as he lands in Argentina.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini has backed Claudio Lotito's proposal for an 'integral draw' of Serie A referees.
Catania striker Sebastian Leto has been hospitalised, after a horror training accident saw a barbell fall on his head.
Palermo striker Paulo Dybala says his €40m price tag is an 'exaggeration', and thanks President Maurizio Zamparini for his faith.
Club President Claudio Lotito is reportedly preparing a dossier to list all the officiating errors that have penalised Lazio this season.
Fiorentina are reportedly scouting Santos’ young Brazilian striker Gabriel Barbosa Almeida, with a view to a move.
Samir Handanovic could be close to renewing with Inter, with the club reportedly offering €3m a year until 2018.
Azzurri Coach Antonio Conte has scheduled a two-week tour of England, including a visit to Chelsea and the Tottenham-Fiorentina game.

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