NEWS

Sebastian Giovinco is in no rush to sign a new contract at Juventus – but he insists he wants to stay at the club for the rest of his career.
Paris Saint-Germain ace Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been left impressed by the ability of Italian youngster Marco Verratti.
Sampdoria have announced that they intend to keep Pedro Obiang during the January transfer window.
Napoli sensation Edinson Cavani will end 2012 as the most prolific striker in Italian football thanks to 43 goals.
Juventus boss Antonio Conte is surprised by transfer links with Ivory Coast international Didier Drogba.
Fiorentina have been forced to admit that they are targeting a place in next season’s Champions League.
Milan are reportedly interested in Maarten Stekelenburg after he recently lost the first team gloves at Roma.
Former Brazil boss Carlos Dunga has revealed that he was close to getting the Inter job in the summer of 2011.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
PSG Coach Carlo Ancelotti is confident Juventus will succeed in Serie A and the Champions League, but is keeping an eye on Napoli.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani has flown out to Brazil to sell Alexandre Pato and Robinho. “The lads want to go home.”
Parma President Tommaso Ghirardi has blasted Roma boss Zdenek Zeman. “He must stop stirring up controversy and suspicion.”
Siena lost again despite the debut of new Coach Beppe Iachini and President Massimo Mezzaroma admits “everything is going wrong.”
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini admits he has “a bad feeling” about their campaign after slipping into the relegation zone.
Alessandro Matri broke his goal drought with a brace against Cagliari and thanked Juventus fans for standing by him.
Stevan Jovetic is exhilarated by Fiorentina’s form after they leapt into the top three. “We play our football everywhere we go.”
Stefano Mauri sniped at the media after Lazio soared into second place. “Do you think they might start talking about us now?”
Italy starlet Marco Verratti commits himself to PSG and hopes Daniele De Rossi can soon join him at the Parc des Princes.
Sassuolo extended their lead at the top to five points to secure the Winter crown after Brescia held Livorno in a game of parried penalties, while Modena and Padova played out thrillers.
Torino President Urbano Cairo has put the brakes on Rolando Bianchi’s departure. “We have a special rapport and I don’t want to sell him.”
Following some spirited football, great goals and determined defending, Dave Taylor picks his best XI from the Week 18 games.
Roma patron James Pallotta was in the stands for the thrilling 4-2 victory over Milan last night and promised “updates soon on the new stadium.”
Gigi Buffon waves goodbye to “a wonderful 2012,” but cannot call who will be the main challengers to Juventus next year.
Palermo transfer guru Pietro Lo Monaco announced they have “a verbal agreement” with Genoa to take Ciro Immobile, pending the Marco Borriello row.
Ricky Alvarez looks to be heading out in January after he was jeered by fans and his agent said “Inter do not have faith in him.”
Mario Balotelli’s younger brother Enoch was reportedly arrested last night in Brescia for attacking two police officers during a street brawl.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito celebrates second place and outlines their transfer strategy for January, including Mauro Zarate.
Italian media suggest Didier Drogba is house-hunting in Turin ahead of a January transfer to Juventus.
Francesco Totti was buoyed after a 4-2 thrashing of Milan. “Playing like this, no objective is beyond Roma.”
Marco Borriello was sensationally dropped by Genoa due to “disciplinary reasons,” opening the door for a January move to Inter.
Milan were crushed 4-2 by Roma, but Adriano Galliani confirms he’s flying to Brazil for negotiations after Robinho and Alexandre Pato “asked to leave.”
Luca Toni reveals the secret to third-place Fiorentina’s success. “We have fun with Vincenzo Montella and work our socks off too.”
Siena striker Ze Eduardo has confirmed he is “to all intents and purposes a Vasco da Gama player now.”
Francesco Guidolin has warned he has “a surprise for 2013, but this is not the time to reveal it.” Will he become Udinese director with Gianfranco Zola as Coach?
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini felt “pained” by their 3-0 home defeat to Fiorentina, as fans staged a protest.

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