NEWS

Aurelio De Laurentiis expects a ‘civil’ game between Derby del Sole rivals Roma and Napoli this Friday evening.
Reports are that clubs from England are pushing hardest to try and turn Andrea Pirlo’s head for next summer.
Giulio Donati has reflected on the early differences he has noticed between life in Serie A and the Bundesliga.
Antonio Conte is reportedly planning starting Fernando Llorente alongside Carlos Tevez against Real Madrid next week, or just the Argentine.
Antonio Cassano has made clear he hopes that Inter do well this season, but that his opinion of Walter Mazzarri has not changed.
Italian Football Federation chief Giancarlo Abete has hinted that Francesco Totti is indeed in contention for a spot at the World Cup next summer.
Kevin Strootman won’t play for the Netherlands tonight through injury, but will reportedly be recovered for Roma in time to face Napoli on Friday.
Vardan Minasyan is aware of the task facing his Armenia team tonight, but remarks that they are greater motivated than opponents Italy.
Massimo Moratti has confirmed that he has reached an agreement for Erick Thohir to take a majority shareholding in Inter.
Adriano Galliani and Max Allegri will meet today to discuss reversing Milan’s fortunes, before a meeting with the players is set to be held.
Reports in England suggest that Chelsea may be lining up a £40m move this January for Paul Pogba and that Juventus may be prepared to accept.
Reports are that Erick Thohir’s agreement to buy out 70 per cent shares in Inter could be completed via fax very soon.
Luigi Di Biagio has reflected that he believes Italy can still qualify for the 2015 European Under-21 Championships from top spot in their group.
A single goal from Cristian Battocchio proved enough for Italy’s Under-21s to defeat their Belgian counterparts on Monday evening.
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Cesare Prandelli has confirmed that he will make several changes to the Italy XI when they play Armenia tomorrow.
Fiorentina could be without the experienced David Pizarro for this weekend’s clash with Juventus.
Hellas Verona sporting director Sean Sogliano has claimed that the club will strengthen in the January transfer market.
Juventus boss Antonio Conte has some good and some bad news ahead of their game with Fiorentina this weekend.
Gokhan Inler’s agent has categorically denied that the midfielder will make a move to Galatasaray in January.
Lazio could make a move for Aston Villa forward Christian Benteke, reports in the Press suggest this afternoon.
Udinese midfielder Dusan Basta has once again admitted that he would like to join Inter.
Rafael Benitez has revealed that he will be at the Italy-Armenia game on Tuesday, and has admitted that he can’t wait to experience San Paolo as a fan.
Atalanta boss Stefano Colantuono has praised Sunday’s opponents Lazio, claiming that Vladimir Petkovic is doing a great job.
Celtic goalkeeper Fraser Forster could be a target for Milan, according to reports in the Scottish Press.
Respected journalist Alfredo Pedulla has reported that Hernanes is unlikely to renew his contract at Lazio.
In an extract from his new autobiography, Javier Zanetti has revealed who is the worst Coach he has worked under.
La Nazione have claimed this afternoon that Fiorentina are looking to bolster their attacking options in January.
After a summer of speculation linking him with a move away, reports suggest that Davide Astori could extend his deal at Cagliari.
FIGC President Giancarlo Abete has defended Mario Balotelli, claiming that the Milan forward is ‘in the eye of the storm’.
Former Valencia and Roma defender Amedeo Carboni believes that Adil Rami will be a success at Milan.
Italy Under-21 boss Luigi Di Biagio has claimed that his side will not have previous encounters in their minds when they face Belgium.
Reports in the Italian Press claim that Jorginho and his representatives have been in London to speak with Arsenal.
Fiorentina sporting director Daniele Prade has insisted that there are ‘no limits’ to the club’s ambitions.
Gian Piero Gasperini has admitted he will ‘never forget’ the affection that Genoa fans have shown towards him.

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