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Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Despite the Milan President referring to him as “a bad apple,” it’s reported Manchester City are prepared to accept a €30m offer for Mario Balotelli.
Edinson Cavani has invited Mario Balotelli to join him at Napoli and promised to “stay for a long time.”
Juventus hit back at Napoli for “trying to create controversy out of nothing” with their reaction to Claudio Marchisio’s comments.
Napoli have released a statement slamming Claudio Marchisio for his “grave insult” towards the club and demanded clarification from Juventus.
Roma have lost their appeal to have next week’s Coppa Italia Quarter-Final against Fiorentina moved to the Stadio Olimpico.
Adriano Galliani assured “Kevin-Prince Boateng is going nowhere. We want Francesco Lodi, have no interest in Maarten Stekelenburg, while we rejected Zenit’s offer for Ignazio Abate.”
After Milan President Silvio Berlusconi referred to Mario Balotelli as “a bad apple,” his agent Mino Raiola insisted “he is a cherry.”
Pescara have agreed a deal for Argentine striker Milton Caraglio, beating competition from Catania.
Juventus star Claudio Marchisio is fighting off a hail of insults after declaring he has particular “antipathy towards Napoli.”
Udinese are expected to sell midfielder Willians back to Brazil for Internacional, just six months into his Serie A career.
Roma have officially sent attacking midfielder Junior Tallo on loan to Serie B side Bari until the end of the season.
After Borja Valero invited Frank Lampard to join him at Fiorentina, the Viola President also hinted at an offer for the Chelsea hero.
Catania have officially loaned Japanese striker Takayuki Morimoto to Walter Zenga’s Al Nasr Sports Club.
Inter confirmed Galatasaray are waiting for Wesley Sneijder’s response, plus commented on Ezequiel Schelotto, Edin Dzeko, Ricky Alvarez and Philippe Coutinho.
Milan have assured Kevin-Prince Boateng “is not on the market” after the Ghanaian arrived for a surprise meeting with directors and Coach Massimiliano Allegri today.
Milan could be lining up a sensational move for Italian national team boss Cesare Prandelli, reports in Italy claim.
Andrea Dossena has officially joined Palermo from Napoli on an initial six-month loan deal.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito will not jeopardise the balance of the squad by signing Frank Lampard.
Napoli midfielder Valon Behrami does not think Palermo are a team 'in crisis' as they prepare to face each other this Sunday.
Milan have joined the race to sign Catania playmaker Francesco Lodi, according to reports in Italy.
Torino defender Angelo Ogbonna hopes to return sooner than expected following a hernia operation.
Fiorentina midfielder Borja Valero has admitted that Frank Lampard would be an ideal signing for the Tuscan club.
New Napoli signing Pablo Armero wants to 'fight for the Scudetto' following his move from Udinese.
Parma defender Fabiano Santacroce knows his team will be up against it when they face Juventus this weekend.
Galatasaray sporting director Bulent Tulun has claimed that Wesley Sneijder should contact them within the next 24 hours with a decision.
Tests have ruled out any knee ligament damage to striker Pablo Daniel Osvaldo, Roma have confirmed.
Genoa have paved the way for Inter to complete the January signing of Ezequiel Schelotto from Atalanta.
Fabio Cannavaro believes a lack of quality has given birth to the craze of three-man defences in Serie A.
Reports that Parma’s Cristian Zaccardo is on his way to Milan are gathering pace after his representative turned up at Via Turati on Thursday.
Roma have reportedly joined the queue of clubs ready to make an offer to available tactician Pep Guardiola.
Chievo Verona’s Stefano Sorrentino would accept a January move to Roma, his representative has noted.
Empoli’s Riccardo Saponara has admitted that he cried tears of joy after hearing reports that Milan have done a deal to sign him.
Roma have responded negatively to Milan’s reported attempts to sign Mattia Destro and Maarten Stekelenburg.
Stephan El Shaarawy has urged Milan to now focus on Serie A following their Italian Cup exit to Juventus on Wednesday.

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