NEWS

Roma have unveiled plans for their new 60,000-seater arena in 2016-17, “a stadium that will be second to none.”
Alexandre Pato’s agent has declared a move to Brazil is imminent. “We have chosen Corinthians. Milan have understood it’s time to try a new experience elsewhere.”
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Sampdoria midfielder Pedro Obiang could make a January move to Juventus, Tuttosport have claimed today.
Sassuolo stretched their lead at the top of Serie B to four points as they overcame Cesena 5-0 at Stadio Alberto Braglia.
Napoli could make a double move for Cagliari pair Radja Nainggolan and Davide Astori if the club's financial difficulties prevail.
Inter midfielder Joel Obi could be the subject of a January transfer bid from Sunderland, if reports in Italy are to be believed.
Bologna boss Stefano Pioli has reiterated his commitment to the club despite rumours that he could become the new Napoli Coach.
Manchester United could be ready to fight it out with Liverpool for the signature of Inter playmaker Wesley Sneijder.
A transfer domino effect could take place in January between Udinese, Napoli and Palermo.
Lazio striker Tommaso Rocchi is close to joining Inter for a fee in the region of €300,000.
Siena midfielder Gaetano D'Agostino is being pursued by Sampdoria, according to reports in the Italian Press.
Malaga winger Diego Buonanotte is on the verge of joining Palermo, according to reports in the Italian Press.
Udinese sporting director Fabrizio Larini has admitted it is 'pure fantasy' that Luis Muriel will leave the club.
The exact payment structures for the sales of Robinho and Alexandre Pato have started to become clear today.
Pescara forward Elvis Abbruscato has admitted that the past 12 months have been 'intense' and hopes they can stay in Serie A.
Milan could make a double-swoop for Roma pair Maarten Stekelenburg and Mattia Destro in January.
Palermo sporting director Pietro Lo Monaco has agreed with comments made by Michel Platini and hit out at third-party ownership in football.
Fredy Guarin may have endeared himself to the Inter faithful even more as he decided to stay in Italy over the winter break.
Bojan Krkic could be on his way back to Barcelona as his two-year loan spell in Italy draws to a close.
Torino President Urbano Cairo has revealed his ambitions for the club going forward into 2013.
The European managerial merry-go-round could have implications for Juventus, as reports in Italy suggest that Real Madrid could target Antonio Conte.
Liverpool have made a bid for want away Inter playmaker Wesley Sneijder, Gazzetta dello Sport have claimed.
Milan goalkeeper Marco Amelia has claimed that his side have a genuine chance of upsetting the odds and winning this season's Scudetto.
It seems Mario Balotelli's time at Manchester City could be up after his relationship with Roberto Mancini reached boiling point.
Milan seem to have moved ahead of Juventus in the race to sign former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba.
Inter could be on the verge of making a loan bid for Atalanta winger Ezequiel Schelotto, according to reports.
Today's front-page headlines from Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Javier Zanetti has confirmed he will stay on at Inter as a director after hanging up his boots. “I spent half my life at Inter and now it’s a part of me.”
Alberto Aquilani is convinced he “made the right choice” by going to Fiorentina and is targeting Europe for 2013.
Lazio end 2012 in second place in Serie A and into the Europa League knockouts, so President Claudio Lotito warns “objectives must be met.”
Walter Zenga has revealed he “received a phone call” from Inter offering him the job before Andrea Stramaccioni was promoted.
Gigi Buffon looks back over 2012, ahead to “at least another three years at the top” and claims Andrea Pirlo is on the same level as Leo Messi.
Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho has high hopes for Juventus in 2013. “They remind me of my Porto side and can win the Champions League.”
Alexandre Pato has stated he wants to go back to Brazil, but Chelsea and Liverpool hope to tempt the Milan striker into choosing England instead.

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