NEWS

Lazio have been handed a one-match spectator ban, suspended for a year, for the Curva Nord after racist chanting by their supporters.
Parma Coach Roberto Donadoni says there is more optimism around the club following a takeover by new owners.
Roma striker Victor Ibarbo has been given the all-clear on a knee injury after being assessed in Barcelona.
The manager of Inter’s Europa League opponents Celtic believes his side can beat the Nerazzurri when they meet next Thursday.
Milan are reportedly on the verge of agreeing a deal to sign Daniele Baselli from Atalanta at the end of the season.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini says Paulo Dybala has been ‘corrupted’ by agents, and is likely to leave.
Inter will be without Yuto Nagatomo for six weeks, as the club confirm the full-back has a hamstring injury.
The agent of Napoli full-back Christian Maggio reveals his client has spoken to Inter about a possible summer move.
Inter legend Sandro Mazzola says the Nerazzurri should tie Mauro Icardi to a longer deal at San Siro.
Andrea Mandorlini has reportedly been assured his job is safe, despite five defeats in their last six games.
Roma’s Adem Ljajic will reportedly be handed a new contract, in order to eliminate his €25m release clause.
Christian Lell is reportedly a target for Inter, as Yuto Nagatomo could be sidelined for up to two months.
Milan midfielder Nigel de Jong is again linked with Manchester United, as Louis van Gaal is said to have asked for him specifically.
Roma are said to be chasing Sporting midfielder Bubacar Djalo, dubbed ‘the new Paul Pogba’.
Milan’s joint-CEO Adriano Galliani says President Silvio Berlusconi is ‘satisfied’ despite defeat to Juventus at the weekend.
Lille defender Simon Kjaer is a target for Juventus, but may prove too expensive, according to reports.
It’s reported that Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea all scouted Inter’s Mauro Icardi in Sunday’s win over Palermo.
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Stefano Pioli says Lazio showed great 'spirit' and 'determination' in the 1-0 defeat to Genoa, and that they have 'the means to climb back'.
Genoa Coach Gian Piero Gasperini is self-critical after the 1-0 win over Lazio, saying his team made 'too many mistakes'.
Midfielder Marek Hamsik reveals that Napoli are 'fighting' for second place and want to 'close in' on Roma.
Genoa have extended their winning run against Lazio to eight, thanks to Diego Perotti’s first-half penalty, which saw Federico Marchetti sent off.
Parma's new President Giampietro Manenti says that work on repaying debts will start 'tomorrow', but the atmosphere is 'good'.
Miroslav Klose is set to start his 100th Serie A match for Lazio, while Genoa goalkeeper Mattia Perin defeats flu to return between the posts.
Antonio Conte denies talk that he will resign from the Azzurri bench, saying that he intends to ‘reach the end’ of his contract.
Giovanni Malago, President of the Italian National Olympic Committee, says Juventus and Milan must preserve their 'style' in spite of their diatribe.
Prominent former Coaches of the Azzurri have mixed reactions to Antonio Conte's crisis talks with the Italian Football Federation.
Pietro Doca, associate of former Parma owner Rezart Taci, reveals the club was sold for only €1, with debts still remaining as ‘the problem’.
Parma have announced that Giampietro Manenti is their new owner and President, replacing the outgoing Rezart Taci and Ermir Kodra.
CONI chief Giovanni Malago believes that work is underway by Carlo Tavecchio to 'reassure' Italy Coach Antonio Conte.
The lawyer of Lazio captain Stefano Mauri says there is ‘prejudice’ against his client after he was again linked to match-fixing.
Lazio could welcome Felipe Anderson back to the side for tonight’s clash with Genoa after an injury layoff.
Palermo’s Franco Vazquez has reiterated his availability for Italy, saying he hasn’t spoken to anyone in the Argentina setup.
Atalanta Coach Stefano Colantuono denies he’s being investigated in relation to alleged match-fixing.
Prospective new Parma President Giampietro Manenti admits to ‘a race against time’ but promises the club ‘will pay everything’.

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