NEWS

Liverpool are probing for Roma's Miralem Pjanic and reports suggest they have prepared an offer of €30m for the club and an annual €4m for the player.
Lazio's Senad Lulic will be out with injury for 40 days, but there is hope Lorik Cana can improve in time for the derby against Roma.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Galatasaray’s vice-President Abdurrahim Albayrak insists Wesley Sneijder is happy in Turkey and won’t join Juventus.
Udinese’s Executive President Franco Soldati has added his voice to the clamour for goal-line technology following yesterday’s game with Roma.
Felipe Anderon’s agent insists the Lazio midfielder can still improve, warning ‘he’s only at 70 per cent’.
Sensational reports in Italy are linking Liverpool’s Mario Balotelli with a loan move to Olympiacos.
Roma have confirmed that Adem Ljajic has not suffered knee ligament damage, leaving the Serb in contention for Sunday’s Rome derby.
Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur could reportedly take Sebastian Giovinco from Juventus in January.
There is speculation that a visit by Mino Raiola to Juventus’ training ground today may have involved a deal for Pajtim Kasami.
Porto will reportedly insist that Rolando renew his contract before sanctioning any move to Juventus.
Simone Zaza’s agent has revealed that Juventus still have a buyback clause on his client, despite a new contract at Sassuolo.
Juventus have missed out on the possibility of signing Andrej Kramaric, with the forward completing a move to Leicester City.
Fiorentina are believed to have agreed a deal to bring Alessandro Diamanti back to Serie A, freeing Josip Ilicic to move to Torino.
Milan’s joint-CEO Adriano Galliani says he’s confident that Dutch midfielder Nigel de Jong will stay with the club.
Milan’s joint-CEO Adriano Galliani has called for goal-line technology to be introduced in Serie A, and discusses the Sassuolo defeat.
Alessio Cerci has refused to blame Atletico Madrid Coach Diego Simeone for his failure to make an impact in La Liga.
Alessio Cerci admits that he’d be unable to celebrate if he scored for Milan against Torino this weekend.
Alessio Cerci says his goal was always to move to Milan once he became aware of the Rossoneri’s interest.
Simone Zaza has signed a new contract with Sassuolo, tying the striker to the Neroverdi until 2019.
Inter defender Juan Jesus has been handed a four-match ban after being caught elbowing Juventus’ Giorgio Chiellini.
Udinese President Giampaolo Pozzo says a change of scenery might benefit Luis Muriel, but doesn’t want him to leave permanently.
There are reports that Wesley Sneijder has agreed to move to Juventus, but the Bianconeri are still haggling over price.
Inter are said to have officially submitted a bid for Bayern Munich’s Xherdan Shaqiri, which would include an initial loan move.
Milan will sign Suso from Liverpool when his contract expires this summer, the club's television channel has confirmed.
Roma’s Davide Astori is looking forward to the Scudetto battle with Juventus, insisting that now is when ‘the fun begins’.
The agent of Napoli and Inter target Ivan Perisic insists his client will not leave Wolfsburg in January, but doesn’t rule out a summer move.
Reports in Italy suggest that Liverpool have agreed a transfer fee for Xherdan Shaqiri, but Inter remain in the running.
World Cup winner Marco Materazzi says that he aspires to work as a Coach in Germany, and condemns Italian football as ‘corrupt’.
Fiorentina are looking to sign Guangzhou Evergrande striker Alberto Gilardino for a five-month spell, with the option to extend that later.
Reports suggest that Juventus may try to close on Fiorentina’s Norberto Neto with an offer of Sebastian Giovinco and Marco Storari in exchange.
Serie A got off to an electrifying second half of the season with some cracking goals, as Dave Taylor selects his best XI from Week 17.
Wesley Sneijder’s agent confirms Juventus’ interest and says the player would be ‘happy’ to return to Serie A, but an agreement has to be reached first.
Stoke City’s assistant manager has revealed that his club are considering a shock move for Bayern Munich's Xherdan Shaqiri too.
Former referee Paolo Bertini says Roma's goal at Udinese should have been ruled invalid, but he still deplores the use of goal-line officials.

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