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Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Palmermo vice-President Guglielmo Micciche has hinted that captain Fabrizio Miccoli could sign a new contract with the club.
Paolo Cannavaro is looking forward to Napoli's clash with Juventus on Saturday, according to his agent.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has defended under-fire Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri, saying it is essential the Rossoneri keep faith.
Italy Coach Cesare Prandelli has admitted that Gianluigi Buffon is desperate to start against Denmark, despite missing training.
Arsenal's Italian goalkeeper Vito Mannone has denied rumours he wants to leave the Premier League club and return to Serie A.
Former Roma midfielder David Pizarro has hit out at Daniele De Rossi after the vice-captain's well-publicised spat with Coach Zdenek Zeman.
Italy Under-21 boss Devis Mangia has issued a warning to his side ahead of their European Champions play-off match against Sweden.
Denmark boss Morten Olsen has pinpointed Andrea Pirlo and Mario Balotelli as Italy’s key players ahead of Tuesday’s World Cup qualifier.
Robinho has played down more links with Santos. “I have a contract with Milan,” stated the Brazilian international.
The agent of Juventus’ Fabio Quagliarella has rubbished reports of a January swap deal with Pablo Daniel Osvaldo of Roma.
Atalanta have slashed ticket prices for their home game against Siena as part of their 105th birthday celebrations.
Milan are keeping an eye on Cameroon and Marseille stopper Nicolas N’Koulou, the Italian giants have confirmed.
Sampdoria boss Ciro Ferrara says he’ll be happy with whatever result when former clubs Juventus and Napoli meet in Week 8.
Paris Saint-Germain boss Carlo Ancelotti has cooled links with Roma midfielder Daniele De Rossi.
October 15, 1967, is one of the darkest days in Italian football history. It was when Gigi Meroni was tragically killed at the age of just 24.
The President of the Italian Football Federation has backed boss Cesare Prandelli’s decision to snub Antonio Cassano.
Napoli’s Christian Maggio has been allowed to leave Italy’s training camp to attend the birth of his first child.
Juventus’ Gigi Buffon is still a doubt for Italy’s World Cup qualifier against Denmark on Tuesday evening.
Gaetano D’Agostino of Siena is hoping to be back in action for the Week 9 game against his hometown club Palermo.
Fiorentina boss Vincenzo Montella is destined for coaching success, says veteran tactician Giovanni Galeone.
Inter are reportedly considering doing a deal with Villarreal for Giuseppe Rossi in January ahead of the 2013-14 campaign.
Roma boss Zdenek Zeman is considering giving Jose Dodo his Serie A debut in the weekend’s game at Genoa.
Fiorentina have already started work on signing Emiliano Viviano on a permanent basis from Palermo.
Italy beat Armenia 3-1 on Friday night in World Cup qualifying. Here are all the goals just in case you missed them.
There were some beauties netted in the World Cup qualifying on Friday, including one from Juventus’ Nicklas Bentdner.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Livorno continued their march towards promotion with a crucial away victory that keeps Reggina in real trouble.
Inter President Massimo Moratti hailed Andrea Stramaccioni, Javier Zanetti and confirmed “I believe in the Scudetto.”
There are reports Fiorentina are close to a deal for Olympique Lyonnais striker Lisandro Lopez.
Lazio hitman Miroslav Klose warns Milan he is “in great shape” and further boosted by his goals for Germany.
Abel Hernandez went under the knife yesterday on a knee injury that could keep him out for six months, but the Palermo striker hopes he’ll return “within four.”
Inter are reportedly preparing a new offer for Porto centre-back Rolando in January.
Empoli have confirmed they have a deal in place to sell Under-21 international Riccardo Saponara to Parma.
Mattia De Sciglio is “honoured” by the comparison with Milan and Italy legend Paolo Maldini, though the 19-year-old is arguably more versatile.

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