NEWS

The agent of Djamel Mesbah has cooled speculation that his client is set to leave Milan for Parma this month.
Genoa sporting director Rino Foschi believes that Ciro Immobile will one day play for Napoli, but that won’t happen this season.
Davide Santon is ready to reject the advances of Milan in order to continue his career with Newcastle United.
Brescia President Gino Corioni will offer legendary Italian Roberto Baggio a route back into football.
Roma are the latest Serie A side to show an interest in Chievo Verona goalkeeper Stefano Sorrentino.
Walter Samuel is an early doubt for this weekend’s game between Inter and Pescara because of injury.
Napoli boss Walter Mazzarri says he would welcome the challenge of being able to work with Mario Balotelli.
Juventus boss Antonio Conte has selected a 21-man squad for tonight’s Coppa Italia quarter-final against Milan.
The representative of Djamel Mesbah has arrived at Milan’s Via Turati headquarters to discuss the future of his client.
Wesley Sneijder’s agent has refused to discuss Galatasaray’s interest in signing the frozen out Inter midfielder.
Juventus are expected to start tonight’s Coppa Italia tie against Milan without a host of first team regulars.
Atalanta and Genoa have reportedly positively concluded talks that will see Thomas Manfredini and Michele Canini swap clubs.
Sampdoria have confirmed that they intend to hand Mauro Icardi a new contract following his goal exploits at Juventus.
The agent of Mario Balotelli says he’d be delighted to introduce the forward to Milan President Silvio Berlusconi.
Southampton’s Gaston Ramirez is on the transfer wish-list of Italian giants Milan.
Lazio reserve Juan Pablo Carrizo is the latest goalkeeper to be linked with a January move to Inter.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Lazio took their chances with Stefan Radu and a Hernanes double to end Catania’s Coppa Italia dream and sweep into the Semi-Final 3-0.
Gaetano D’Agostino is on the verge of completing his transfer from Siena to struggling Pescara.
Juan Manuel Vargas has picked up a new muscular injury that rules him out of Genoa’s games for up to a month.
River Plate President Daniel Passarella has confirmed he is “here for Ricky Alvarez” after arriving in Italy for talks with Inter.
Wesley Sneijder’s wife has opened the door for a move to Galatasaray. “Istanbul is definitely nice! Have been there many times, love Turkey!”
Lazio and Catania go head-to-head this evening for a place in the Coppa Italia Semi-Final and Vladimir Petkovic goes for a three-man defence.
Roberto Mancini’s assistant Angelo Gregucci has confirmed Manchester City “want Edinson Cavani” and believes Mario Balotelli “is among the world’s top 10 strikers.”
Mario Balotelli’s agent and FIGC President Giancarlo Abete have hit back at Milan patron Silvio Berlusconi for calling the Manchester City striker “a bad apple.”
FIGC President Giancarlo Abete has broken away from UEFA and FIFA by insisting “we are prepared to suspend games” due to racist abuse.
Serie B side Hellas Verona have officially signed Alessandro Sgrigna and Alessandro Agostini from Torino, while Atalanta take Luigi Giorgi on loan.
Galatasaray have officially begun negotiations with Inter to sign Wesley Sneijder, confirmed a note on the club website.
Fiorentina have officially bought up half of Torino midfielder Marko Bakic, though he will for the moment remain with the Granata.
Lazio are ready to reduce their squad by sending defender Marius Stankevicius to Celta Vigo.
Siena director Stefano Antonelli has confirmed “Marcelo Larrondo will join Fiorentina in a co-ownership deal.”
Napoli’s negotiations for Udinese midfielder Pablo Armero appear to have hit a stumbling block with reports of an offer from Anzhi.
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi has refused to back Coach Massimiliano Allegri. “Results will make his future clear. We’ll see what he achieves on the pitch.”
Inter are stepping up talks to sign Atalanta winger Ezequiel Schelotto after Genoa, Everton and Fulham entered the race.
Pro Patria, the lower league club whose supporters prompted Kevin-Prince Boateng to walk off due to racist abuse, will play a game behind closed doors.

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