NEWS

Danilo D’Ambrosio’s agent says his client “will do everything” to win back his place in the Inter side.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero warns Roberto Soriano will only leave for ‘a lot of money’.
Reports suggest Real Madrid are tracking Roma midfielder Miralem Pjanic, with a view to a summer transfer.
Roma full-back Lucas Digne has been called-up to the France squad to replace Benoît Trémoulinas.
Arrigo Sacchi believes Maurizio Sarri’s Napoli are similar to his great Milan team of the late 80s.
Former Italy CT Cesare Prandelli believes Milan lack “three or four players with a strong personality”.
Marcello Lippi believes Fiorentina are “here to stay” but Milan are “frightened and disoriented”.
Kevin-Prince Boateng’s agent says his client is “just thinking about training” with Milan but “in the future, who knows…”
Italy CT Antonio Conte believes Serie A is ‘at a very good level’ but doesn’t foresee a surprise winner.
Italy CT Antonio Conte reveals Mario Balotelli wouldn’t have been called-up, even without his injury.
Antonio Conte confirms that Sassuolo’s Domenico Berardi has pulled out of the Italy squad with injury.
Italy team manager Gabriele Oriali believes there are not enough Italians being given a chance in Serie A.
As the Viola go top and Carpi win their first Serie A game Dave Taylor selects his top XI from Week 7.
Lorenzo Insigne's agent says the player 'still isn't at 100 per cent' and predicts 'he can become Napoli's Francesco Totti'.
Chelsea could be after Carlo Ancelotti as a replacement for Jose Mourinho, joining Liverpool in the race.
Mario Balotelli and Daniele Baselli could return from injury as starters in the same match, Torino-Milan.
Palermo vice-president Guglielmo Micciche is sorry about the sale of Paulo Dybala: 'But we could never have kept him'.
Milan's Barbara Berlusconi and Inter's Michael Bolingbroke will meet tomorrow over the teams' new stadium, say reports.
President Maurizio Zamparini admits Palermo are 'the worst team in Serie A', but confirms 'faith in Coach Giuseppe Iachini'.
Adem Ljajic's five minutes of playing time in Inter-Sampdoria could be a punishment for the player's lack of effort, say reports.
Emerson Palmieri is pleased about his debut and speaks kindly of his new club: 'I'm really happy at Roma!'
Sinisa Mihajlovic is reportedly under examination after the defeat to Fiorentina and could be replaced with Roberto Donadoni or Luciano Spalletti.
Roberto Soriano sees Sampdoria's draw with Inter in a positive light: 'We could have won it, but the performance was good'.
Javier Zanetti says he 'wouldn't sign for third', while promising: 'Inter still have huge margins of growth'.
Paulo Dybala is relieved about the Juventus win, but admits: 'We suffered hugely, though we've been unlucky till now'.
Liverpool are looking to Carlo Ancelotti to succeed former Coach Brendan Rodgers, but the Italian seems unlikely to join them.
Today's front-page headlines from The Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Alessandro Florenzi believes Roma's aim must be to 'score a lot but concede less', while worrying about the team's 'collective amnesias'.
Former Italy Coach Roberto Donadoni believes Milan 'will return to doing well by working hard'.
Atalanta Coach Edy Reja felt a red card after five minutes “ruined the game” in their 3-0 defeat to Fiorentina.
Sinisa Mihajlovic confessed Milan “lost to a Napoli side that is better than us. We don’t defend or attack well. 100 per cent is not enough.”
Maurizio Sarri still isn’t satisfied after Napoli crushed Milan 4-0. “It’s blasphemy to talk about the Scudetto.”
Paulo Sousa insists Fiorentina are top of the table because “the lads believe and the performances are good, so results come.”
Bologna backed Coach Delio Rossi despite sitting bottom of the table. “He is doing a good job.”
Federico Bernardeschi believes Fiorentina can win the Serie A title after going two points clear. “Why not?”

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