NEWS

Napoli and Inter target Ezequiel Lavezzi's relationship with Paris Saint-German is now critical, as he is speculated to have failed to report for training.
Fernando Torres says that he left Milan because he was not ‘a key player’ for them, but now ‘there is no better place’ than Atletico Madrid.
Real Madrid’s Carlo Ancelotti reflects on facing Milan, plays down rumours of the Italy job and wishes Fernando Torres well.
Sulley Muntari praises Milan Coach Filippo Inzaghi for his ‘passion’ and says it's ‘a shame’ that striker Fernando Torres is leaving.
Milan are not yet looking to sell striker Giampaolo Pazzini, as initial bids by Parma and Premier League club Burnley have been rejected.
Inter have announced the squad of 23 players that will face Paris Saint-Germain tomorrow at the Grand Stade de Marrakech.
Stefano Okaka is again being linked with a move to Milan, as he continues to stall on a renewal with Sampdoria.
Atletico Madrid have confirmed that they have re-signed Fernando Torres, taking the striker on an 18-month loan from Milan.
Reports indicate that Ezequiel Lavezzi’s relationship with Paris Saint-Germain is coming to an end, and Inter may be able to pick him up for €10m.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Manolo Gabbiadini’s sister – Italy women’s star Melania – explained why he chose Napoli and how he can succeed there.
Arsene Wenger dropped a hint that Lukas Podolski will leave Arsenal for Inter on loan. “Mesut Ozil is coming back...”
Mauricio Pinilla will undergo his Atalanta medical and sign tomorrow, leaving Genoa after just six months.
Ivan Strinic flies in for his Napoli medical and Edy Reja tells fans they have got “a fantastic signing.”
Juventus President Andrea Agnelli again demanded a revamp of Serie A stadiums, but is “against” foreign investment.
Giacomo Bonaventura reiterated Milan are targeting the Champions League and called Fernando Torres “an exemplary professional.”
Carpi are Winter Champions of Serie B and nine points clear, so could well be in the top flight next season.
Luca Antonelli could make a return to Milan in exchange for Pablo Armero towards Genoa.
Carpi crush Catania at the midway stage of the season, while Frosinone won despite four red cards, plus Bologna and Spezia away victories.
Albania international Andi Lila confirmed his imminent move to Parma. “This is a new adventure.”
Russia Coach Fabio Capello thinks Juventus can go far in the Champions League, but Inter and Milan “need years to become competitive.”
Newell’s Old Boys confirmed Roma’s offer for Ezequiel Ponce is better than Tottenham’s. “We’ll decide together.”
Torino President Urbano Cairo promises three new buys and reveals Alessio Cerci joined Milan “six months late.”
Genoa are in talks with both Galatasaray’s Goran Pandev and Facundo Ferreyra, who is currently at Newcastle.
Pippo Inzaghi assured “Stephan El Shaarawy’s future is at Milan” after reports of a January exit.
German media claim Juventus are very close to signing Xherdan Shaqiri from Bayern Munich, beating Premier League competition.
After reports Adel Taarabt offered himself to Napoli, now Milan are being linked with a reunion and Atalanta rejected.
Tino Costa has arrived to complete his transfer from Spartak Moscow to Genoa. “I am very happy.”
Juventus are preparing a bid for 21-year-old Ajax centre-back Stefano Denswil.
Verona veteran Luca Toni reveals the biggest regrets of his long career are Juventus, Roma and Inter, but has advice on improving Italian football.
Riccardo Montolivo believes Milan can learn a great deal from their Dubai friendly against Real Madrid.
Pierluigi Collina reveals UEFA “want to reconsider” the rule awarding a red card as well as a penalty for a clear scoring opportunity.
Miroslav Klose assures he’s not leaving Lazio in January, but “I am not satisfied with my playing time.”
Massimiliano Allegri arrived in Turin knowing he had to win over the fans and as Luca Cetta states, his changes are doing just that.
Pippo Inzaghi said Real Madrid v Milan “will always be different from the rest” as the sides meet in Dubai.

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