Balotelli skips Italy workout
Mario Balotelli has caused concern for Italy ahead of World Cup qualifying by skipping Wednesday morning’s training session.
Gomez back in time for Milan?
Fiorentina’s medical staff are reportedly planning an early-November return for striker Mario Gomez, in time to face Milan.
Juve plan Vidic scenario
Juventus are reportedly keeping tabs on the possibility of Nemanja Vidic being available next summer on a free transfer.
Totti in line for Napoli
Francesco Totti’s thigh injury picked up against Inter has been confirmed as nothing serious, so his availability against Napoli is not compromised.
Lippi: Juve need to believe
Marcello Lippi has outlined how he sees Juventus as capable of playing ‘two great games’ against Real Madrid in the Champions League.
Leonardo: Milan is still my home
Leonardo has explained his reasoning for leaving the Inter bench for Paris Saint-Germain in 2011 and mused on the possibility of a return to Serie A.
What the papers say...
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Lega: 'Troublemakers given control'
Lega Serie A President Maurizio Beretta believes the clampdown on racist or discriminatory abuse is “handing the stadium keys to tiny trouble-making groups.”
Napoli consider Iturbe swoop
It’s reported Napoli could swoop for Hellas Verona revelation Juan Manuel Iturbe, who is on loan from Porto.
Juve ultras join protest
Juventus ultras have joined Milan and Inter with their invitation to break the rules, forcing the closure of all stadiums.
Icardi: 'I always wanted Argentina'
Inter striker Mauro Icardi celebrates his call-up for Argentina and admits he would not have played for Italy.
Napoli plan 'unique' San Paolo
Napoli and the local council have announced plans to revamp the Stadio San Paolo. “It will be unique, just like the Neapolitans.”
Lotito: 'Fans blackmail clubs'
Lazio and Catania Presidents feel they are “held hostage by fans,” but the Mayor of Naples insists anti-Neapolitan chants must be punished as ‘racism.’
Italy test new trident
Italy tested out a trident today with Mario Balotelli, Giuseppe Rossi and Antonio Candreva for Denmark.
Sassuolo stand by Di Francesco
Sassuolo assured there are “no doubts” they will continue with Coach Eusebio Di Francesco after reports of a dismissal.
Torino lose Bovo for a month
Torino will be without full-back Cesare Bovo for a month after he suffered knee ligament damage.
Juve target Fulham's Kasami
It’s reported Juventus are targeting Fulham midfielder Patjim Kasami, bringing him back to Serie A in January.
Fans rebel after San Siro closure
Inter ultras have shown solidarity with Milan after the closure of San Siro for ‘discriminatory’ anti-Naples chants and the FIGC admit the rules need “reflection.”
Rossi: 'Back home with Azzurri'
Giuseppe Rossi is happy to be “back home” in the Italy squad, but isn’t packing his suitcase for Brazil 2014 just yet.
'Juve & Napoli strongest'
Roma defender Federico Balzaretti has tried to calm fans’ expectations, claiming that Juventus and Napoli are still Scudetto favourites.
Rami agrees to join Milan - report
Spanish newspaper AS report that Adil Rami has reached an agreement today to join Milan in January on loan from Valencia.
Zanetti: Scudetto? Too early
Inter captain Javier Zanetti has insisted it is too early to tell if the Nerazzurri are capable of challenging for the title.
Evra: Pogba a huge loss
Manchester United defender Patrice Evra has claimed that Paul Pogba’s move to Juventus was a ‘huge loss’.
Milan to confirm Adidas extension
Several reports in the Italian Press have claimed that Milan will announce a new 10-year shirt manufacturing deal with Adidas on Wednesday.
De Jong: I do the dirty work
Milan midfielder Nigel De Jong has revealed to reporters what he enjoys most about the game.
Juve keen on Basel's Stocker
Basel midfielder Valentin Stocker is a January transfer target for Juventus, reports in the Swiss Press have suggested.
Lodi linked with Catania return?
Reports in the Italian Press this afternoon have claimed that Francesco Lodi could return to Catania in January.
Gonalons agent admits to Napoli talks
Maxime Gonalons agent has refused to rule out a move to Napoli in January for the Lyon midfielder.
Toure: I almost joined Inter
Yaya Toure has admitted that he almost joined Inter in 2007, but opted for Barcelona instead.
Bradley: Totti is a legend
Roma midfielder Michael Bradley has spoken of his admiration for ‘legend’ Francesco Totti.
Rocchi now linked with Latina
Latina are the latest Serie B side to show an interest in available veteran striker Tommaso Rocchi.
Rossi happy with recall but…
The agent of Giuseppe Rossi would have preferred his client to have been ignored by Italy boss Cesare Prandelli for this month’s internationals.
Strootman: I can do better!
Kevin Strootman has made a fine start to life with Roma, but he insists he can still give even more to the Giallorossi.
Rami to Milan in January?
Milan could reinforce their defence in January with the capture of available Valencia stopper Adil Rami.
Boateng tells Mexes to calm down
Kevin Prince Boateng feels the four-match ban handed to former Milan teammate Philippe Mexes is justified.
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