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Sinisa Mihajlovic concedes the future of Milan “isn’t up to me,” but gave Jeremy Menez a good talking to.
Luciano Spalletti offered to help mediate between Roma, ultras and the authorities on the stadium boycott.
Maurizio Sarri said Napoli are “almost used to” playing with the pressure of knowing Juventus results as they visit Udinese.
Luciano Spalletti warned Roma must “control our emotions” against Lazio and so must fans when asking for Francesco Totti.
Giampiero Ventura slammed talk of his future and trusts Maxi Lopez to shine for “motivated” Torino against Inter.
Inter defender Jeison Murillo said his future is “always an unknown quantity” after Chelsea and Manchester United links.
Jack Bonaventura explains how he beat stress, is studying to be a Coach and is a “masochistic” player at Milan.
Adriano Galliani warns Milan can’t afford Zlatan Ibrahimovic, but Domenico Berardi and Leonardo Pavoletti fit the new project.
Radja Nainggolan believes “Juventus and Napoli are not stronger than Roma,” while warning they can’t underestimate Lazio.
Sevilla director Monchi confirms they are willing to discuss a discount if Torino want to buy Ciro Immobile.
Inter President Erick Thohir is expected to approach Manchester City for Yaya Toure and Joe Hart.
Radja Nainggolan says fellow Chelsea target Kostas Manolas is the one player Roma should not sell, even if “he doesn’t use his brain.”
Roberto Mancini comments on Eder and Zlatan Ibrahimovic, but “doesn’t know if Inter sales will be necessary.”
Roberto Mancini told Inter they “have no choice” but to beat Torino and hope Roma slip up in the race for third.
Rolando Maran told Chievo they must beat Palermo to secure Serie A safety and “continue trying to amaze people.”
Radja Nainggolan confessed he turned down Juventus several times, but the Roma star “will talk” to Chelsea or Barcelona if they call.
Ahead of likely his final Derby della Capitale, it’s reported Francesco Totti has decided to quit Roma and play abroad.
Empoli President Fabrizio Corsi joked he’s getting “thousands of calls from Napoli” ahead of tonight’s game with Juventus.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero claims he “courted Vincenzo Montella for a year and a half.”
Sinisa Mihajlovic stood up for his coaching career and described methods, including why some players must be publicly lambasted.
Milan Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic discussed his early life and career, his famous temper and why he feels “more Italian than Serbian now.”
As Edinson Cavani admits “it’s the toughest period of my career,” reports suggest Juventus already agreed the PSG striker’s contract.
Decimated leaders Juventus host Empoli this evening and there’s the Carpi-Sassuolo local clash before Sunday’s Udinese-Napoli, Inter-Torino and the huge Rome Derby.
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Napoli and Roma are stepping up attempts to sign Martin Caceres when he leaves Juventus at the end of the season.
Beppe Baresi assured President Erick Thohir “has big projects and wants to invest so Inter are competitive in Italy and Europe.”
Crotone temporarily went back to the top of the Serie B table after a slender victory over Virtus Lanciano.
Carlos Tevez admits “at times I think coming back here was a mistake” after leaving Juventus for Boca Juniors.
Milan interest in Mateo Kovacic has sky-rocketed after he was dropped for Real Madrid’s clash with Barcelona.
Diego Lopez has fallen to third choice at Milan, but could be called by Real Betis next season.
Tension is riding high at Udinese ahead of their match with Napoli, as Coach Gigi De Canio had to break up two training ground rows.
Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan reiterated he has “for the moment not heard from anyone” at Chelsea.
Juventus are again being linked with a summer bid for Sevilla midfielder Gregorz Krychowiak.
Stephan El Shaarawy explained his tactical preferences, why Roma were first choice and Serie A is “much more difficult” than Ligue 1.
The Lega Serie A are urging Napoli to end their boycott of Mediaset Premium, as it’d contravene the TV rights.