NEWS

Inter President Erick Thohir says Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho is ‘The One’ for fans, but backs Roberto Mancini.
Sporting director Walter Sabatini says Tuesday’s Champions League clash with Barcelona represents ‘a great opportunity for Roma.’
Bologna are reportedly in talks with Roma for Juan Iturbe and Inter for Jonathan Biabiany as they search for a winger.
Carlo Ancelotti says he won't consider the Italy job because he ‘wouldn’t like coaching once every three months.’
Andrea Pirlo’s arrival at Inter would ‘give quality to a compact and physical team’, says Carlo Ancelotti.
Carlo Ancelotti refuses to rule out a return to the Real Madrid bench and discusses the current crisis at the Bernabeu.
Verona will reportedly go to a training camp on Wednesday ahead of their relegation zone clash with Frosinone.
Barcelona will reportedly bid for Roma midfielder Miralem Pjanic in the summer after identifying him as Xavi’s successor.
Nice’s Hatem Ben Arfa is reportedly more likely to join Inter in January than Valencia winger Sofiane Feghouli.
Lionel Messi has reportedly advised Barcelona to try and sign Juventus striker Paulo Dybala, with Paris Saint-Germain also linked.
Today's front-page headlines from Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport. 
Frosinone Coach Roberto Stellone was disappointed with the “excessively heavy” 4-0 result. “We caused Inter problems.”
Jonathan Biabiany was “thankful” to Inter and Roberto Mancini, as a goal marked the end of his “difficult year.”
Roberto Mancini warned “there are three or four teams better equipped for the Scudetto” after Inter became the new Serie A leaders.
Adem Ljajic said “I hope the fans are happy too” after Inter’s 4-0 flattening of Frosinone to go two points clear.
Inter went clear at the top of the table with a 4-0 victory over Frosinone, as Jonathan Biabiany got his first goal.
Giampiero Ventura is “proud of” Torino after their hard-fought 1-0 win away to Atalanta.
Stefano Colantuono insists Udinese “can have fun” if they replicate the performance that beat Sampdoria.
Fiorentina patron Andrea Della Valle “won’t hold back” on the transfer market to keep them top of the table.
Bari hit the woodwork three times before snatching a late win over Livorno and go back into second place.
Samir Handanovic admits he “hopes to have less work to do” in the Inter goal against Frosinone.
Marco Giampaolo congratulated Empoli on their performance, “but we couldn’t stop Fiorentina for 95 minutes.”
Inter can go two points clear at the top tonight, so start Mauro Icardi, Stevan Jovetic and Adem Ljajic against Frosinone.
Inter have the opportunity to go clear at the top of the table when they welcome Frosinone to San Siro.
Patrice Evra, Sami Khedira, Hernanes and Martin Caceres are all expected to miss Juventus v Manchester City.
Paulo Sousa confessed he “got the wrong line-up,” but was pleased with Fiorentina’s fightback against Empoli.
Eusebio Di Francesco warned Domenico Berardi’s disciplinary record “is becoming a problem” for Sassuolo.
Stefano Pioli admits Lazio “cannot be satisfied” with their form, position or 1-1 draw with Palermo.
Davide Ballardini believes Palermo “could’ve won” their 1-1 draw at Lazio, his first game in charge.
Vincenzo Montella said Sampdoria “are lacking confidence” after a 1-0 defeat to Udinese on his debut.
Napoli catch Fiorentina at the top of the table after a Tuscan Derby thriller, Vincenzo Montella’s Sampdoria debut ends in defeat and Davide Ballardini surprises Lazio.
Nikola Kalinic came off the bench and scored twice in six minutes to grab a thrilling 2-2 Tuscan Derby with Empoli.
Maurizio Sarri still refuses to discuss Napoli’s Scudetto chances, but thanks Lorenzo Insigne for a touchline hug.
Lorenzo Insigne dedicated his goal against Verona “to my city” of Napoli after fans hurled abuse at him.
Lorenzo Insigne scored one and set up Gonzalo Higuain as Napoli broke down the Verona wall.

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