NEWS

Arsenal could be set to meet Palermo’s asking price for Paulo Dybala if reports in Britain are to be believed.
Stephan Lichtsteiner’s contract saga rumbles on, with the latest reports indicating that Juventus could bring in Danilo to replace the full-back.
Aleksandar Kolarov is reportedly a target for Inter, with Roberto Mancini known to be a fan of the full-back.
Juventus stiker Fernando Llorente believes Massimiliano Allegri is as good a Coach as Antonio Conte.
Roberto Mancini says he would rather lift the Europa League with Inter than finish third in Serie A this season.
Udinese Coach Andrea Stramaccioni believes the Coppa Italia is an important target for the Zebrette this season.
Mateo Kovacic is believed to have agreed terms on a new Inter deal, keeping the playmaker at San Siro until 2019.
Verona are reportedly ready to move Javier Saviola out of the club in January, and search for a replacement.
Didier Deschamps has expressed his admiration of Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba, but stressed that the midfielder needs to grow.
France head Coach Didier Deschamps is impressed with Jeremy Menez and thinks the Milan player can be useful to Les Bleus.
Following an extended weekend in Serie A and some superb goals from defenders Dave Taylor selects his best XI for Week 13.
Suso’s agent affirms that the player’s first option is to stay at Liverpool, and any Milan interest must come through official channels.
Marco Fassone says that Inter are ‘preparing for June’ and won't be making short-term investments in the January transfer window.
Mauro Icardi and Mateo Kovacic are among Inter's most prized possessions, but selling them is not out of the question, reveals Marco Fassone.
Juventus central defender Leonardo Bonucci has denied rumours about contract issues and says he only thinks of the Bianconeri.
Inter director Marco Fassone admitted that he admires Alessio Cerci, but the player probably won't fit into the club’s project.
Milan director Adriano Galliani has written to FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio strenuously asking for goal-line technology to be introduced in Serie A.
Inter director Marco Fassone explains that Walter Mazzarri had lost ‘intensity’, and that Roberto Mancini can kickstart ‘a different project’.
Marseille striker Andre-Pierre Gignac is open to an Inter transfer as he labels the club ‘an institution’ and Roberto Mancini ‘great’.
Ex-Lazio goalkeeper Fernando Orsi said that Fiorentina's Neto is 'one of the best', but cannot be compared to Gigi Buffon yet.
Piero Ausilio has reportedly been tasked with strengthening Inter’s wide areas, with Ezequiel Lavezzi the priority.
Giuseppe Rossi has revealed the ‘incredible emotion’ felt in scoring last season’s hat-trick for Fiorentina against Juventus.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Rafa Benitez said Napoli largely controlled Sampdoria in a 1-1 draw and the referee “had an off day.”
Sinisa Mihajlovic said Sampdoria “deserved the victory” against Napoli, so they “can only be proud” after a 1-1 draw.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero insists they were “totally superior to Napoli” despite a 1-1 draw.
Bayern Munich defender Mehdi Benatia believes “Roma are stronger than Manchester City” in the Champions League.
Duvan Zapata’s last-gasp header gave 10-man Napoli a precious 1-1 draw away to Sampdoria to go joint third with Genoa.
Sebastian Giovinco’s agent “honestly does not know what will happen” over the next few months at Juventus.
Carlo Ancelotti has advice on Fernando Torres, reveals it was “harder” at Milan than Real Madrid and he’d only return to San Siro.
Mauro Icardi’s agent assures there is “no rush” to renew his contract with Inter. “We are chatting with the club.”
Palermo striker Franco Vazquez confirms he’s interested in playing for Italy, but “it’s a difficult decision.”
Sampdoria midfielder Pedro Obiang said tonight’s match with Napoli is “a play-off for third place.”
Rafa Benitez acknowledges tonight’s Sampdoria-Napoli showdown for third place is “an important game for the table.”
Amid reports Hernan Crespo is ready to replace Roberto Donadoni, captain Alessandro Lucarelli insists Parma “aren’t dead yet.”

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