NEWS

Paulo Sousa warns Inter “will without a doubt be under more pressure” than Fiorentina in tomorrow’s top of the table clash.
Stefano Colantuono complained at “stupid” reports he’s due to for the sack and explained Udinese’s problems ahead of Bologna.
Napoli have a full squad at their disposal for tonight’s Serie A showdown with Juventus.
Mario Lemina “turned down more money from Napoli and England so he could join Juventus,” said his agent.
Milan are reportedly launching a campaign to monitor the world's 23 most promising young players, with Hakan Calhanoglu topping the list.
Italian legend Gianni Rivera says Milan's Mario Balotelli must learn humility, while lamenting the lack of technique in modern football.
Max Allegri is still looking for a tactical identity for Juventus and should field Paulo Dybala, while Maurizio Sarri kept Napoli at rest.
Inter’s Danilo D’Ambrosio was involved in a car crash and as a consequence will miss tomorrow’s match against Fiorentina.
Former Napoli and Inter Coach Walter Mazzarri is reportedly in England and juggling options with Liverpool, Sunderland and Stoke City.
Roma are reportedly in negotiations with Hajduk Split to create a synergy between clubs, exchanging players in future.
Fabio Capello rushed to Inter’s defence, assuring “I’d rather win than lose while playing entertaining football.”
Cesare Prandelli gives insight into how Stevan Jovetic and Felipe Melo have found their form at Inter.
Fredy Guarin confirms Inter “can think about winning the Scudetto” and credits Coach Roberto Mancini with their success.
Today Roma host Carpi in a must-win game, then Juventus visit Napoli in what’s sure to be a thriller, while on Sunday top two Inter and Fiorentina face off.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Lilian Thuram is confident Juventus are still “at the top level” despite a difficult start to the season.
It’s reported Inter will declare a loss of €90m when last year’s accounts are published.
UEFA President Michel Platini insists he is ‘available to speak at any time’ amid a FIFA investigation.
FIFA released a statement saying it “complied with all requests”, as the Swiss attorney general investigates Sepp Blatter.
Nemanja Vidic could leave Inter for President Erick Thohir’s MLS team, DC United, according to reports in Serbia.
A survey has named Juventus as both the most popular and the most hated team in Italy.
Dino Zoff calls tomorrow’s Napoli-Juventus came “delicate” with both sides having poor starts.
Inter have announced the appointment of Michael Gandler as Chief Revenue Officer.
Javier Zanetti warns there’s a long way to go for Inter, but “our aim is to get back to being among the title contenders”.
Alvaro Morata is in the Juventus squad for tomorrow’s match against Napoli.
Roma’s Alessandro Florenzi discusses his wondergoal against Barcelona, revealing Daniele De Rossi called him “crazy”.
Derby County winger Tom Ince claims he turned down Inter because “they weren't trying to challenge up at the top again”.
Lazio striker Alessandro Matri will not be fit for the weekend trip to Verona, the club confirms.
FIFA has officially confirmed the 2022 World Cup will be played across November and December.
Reports in Italy claim former Inter Coach Walter Mazzarri has flown to England to meet Liverpool.
The Swiss attorney general has opened proceedings against FIFA President Sepp Blatter, with Michel Platini potentially implicated.
Napoli Coach Maurizio Sarri warns “we’re in trouble if we consider Juventus as a team in crisis”.
Maurizio Sarri admits Napoli-Juventus “goes beyond the table”, but doesn’t see himself or Max Allegri as being under pressure.
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis insists they’re “on the right path” under Maurizio Sarri.
Massimo Moratti praises Roberto Mancini for Inter’s start to the season - “the merit is 80 per cent his”.

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