NEWS

Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Juan Manuel Iturbe posted a goodbye message to Roma fans ahead his transfer to Watford. “Things didn’t go the way I’d hoped.”
Marco Giampaolo sums up the key to an “extraordinary Empoli side” after their 3-2 victory away to Bologna.
Roberto Donadoni hopes Bologna “can learn a great deal from this” 3-2 defeat to Empoli.
Massimo Maccarone explains his beer-drinking celebration and Empoli “deserve everything we’re achieving right now.”
Sky Sport Italia claim Genoa will get an option to buy when taking Suso on loan from Milan.
Bologna fought back twice, but Empoli earned a thrilling 3-2 victory at the Dall’Ara with Massimo Maccarone’s brace.
Bologna director Marco Di Vaio said they will “discuss” January offers for Andrea Ranocchia and Giuseppe Rossi.
Empoli confirm Riccardo Saponara will remain in January, “but it’ll be almost impossible to keep our stars in June.”
Atalanta boss Edy Reja admires what Maurizio Sarri has done at Napoli and assured “this club can never be an enemy.”
Mattia Destro and Anthony Mounier take on Riccardo Saponara and Massimo Maccarone in tonight’s Bologna-Empoli battle.
Cagliari beat Bari 2-1 and saw a penalty parried in a fiery promotion battle at the Sant’Elia.
Fabio Capello insists “there is absolutely no chance I could return to Roma, but I hope they knock Real Madrid out of the Champions League.”
Davide Santon returns and Andrea Ranocchia is still out as Inter name their squad to face Lazio.
Fabrizio Castori warned Carpi “are not already beaten and will play with pride and honour” against Juventus.
Inter meet Lazio in Serie A tomorrow and could discuss offers for Antonio Candreva, Lucas Biglia and Danilo Cataldi.
Adriano Galliani believes the Coppa Italia win at Sampdoria “will be the turning point for this Milan campaign.”
Gian Piero Gasperini assures Genoa will face Roma “without fear, even though we’re in an injury crisis.”
Ajax director Marc Overmars confirms “Napoli have shown very strong interest in Davy Klaassen, but we won’t sell.”
Stefano Pioli expects Lazio to be “reinforced” during the January transfer window, but has a reduced squad against Inter.
Roma call Juan Manuel Iturbe for his last game against Genoa, but Francesco Totti and Vasilis Torosidis miss out.
Crotone stay top of Serie B despite a thrilling draw at Latina, there’s no stopping Novara or Pescara, but Entella demolish Vicenza.
Manolo Gabbiadini is included in Napoli’s squad travelling to Atalanta on Sunday.
Roberto Mancini insists Serie A leaders Inter are not Scudetto favourites and “we must be perfect to beat Lazio.”
Mario Balotelli is out of Milan’s trip to Frosinone and Suso has already completed his loan to Genoa.
Paulo Sousa believes Fiorentina “got the message” ahead of their clash with Chievo and is open to a Giuseppe Rossi loan.
Sinisa Mihajlovic warns Milan “are only superior to Frosinone on paper” and he doesn’t have a magic wand to fix problems.
Maurizio Sarri said Napoli “have been extraordinary this season, but we always want to improve” and visit Atalanta.
Sky Sport Italia claim Roma asked Jose Mourinho to replace Rudi Garcia this week, but the ex-Chelsea boss turned them down.
Juventus have almost a full squad at their disposal for Sunday’s early trip to Carpi.
Rudi Garcia insists Roma’s “only failure was the Coppa Italia, but if I don’t feel useful to the players, I’ll step aside.”
Max Allegri warned if Juventus don’t beat Carpi “everything we’ve done over the last two months will be in vain.”
Boca Juniors' Jonathan Calleri bids Inter for time: 'I have no deals with any clubs, let's see what happens next week'.
Coach Roberto Stellone says Frosinone will 'not just sit back' against Milan, in a game that's 'not impossible'.
Sampdoria Coach Vincenzo Montella warns 'a drive for victory is not the same as a frenzy for victory' before the game against Palermo.

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