NEWS

Gian Piero Gasperini trusts tomorrow’s enticing clash between Genoa and Napoli “will be an advert for Serie A.”
Stefano Pioli told Lazio their results against Milan, Rosenborg and Roma will “show what we want to be. It’s time to change gear.”
Paulo Sousa warned Fiorentina that tomorrow’s opponents Frosinone represent a minefield. “They deserve to be in Serie A.”
Mbaye Niang is in the Milan squad for the first time this season, but Mario Balotelli and Ignazio Abate miss out.
Sinisa Mihajlovic is glad to be back at “my home” as Milan visit Lazio and wants a victory more for confidence than the table.
Sinisa Mihajlovic slammed criticism of Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma. “What were they doing at 16?”
Lorenzo Insigne reportedly apologised to his Napoli teammates in a very Neapolitan way – with pizza.
Udinese Coach Stefano Colantuono advises to 'file away the bad Roma game' to play 'fearless' against Sassuolo.
Genoa striker Leonardo Pavoletti says a loss against Napoli would be 'acceptable', but within limits.
Dodo is exhuberant after recovering from his long injury: 'Inter, give me the starters' shirt!'
Sevilla Coach Unai Emery claims he has no problem with goalless Ciro Immobile: 'His work will be rewarded'.
CSKA Moscow are negotiating with Roma to extend the loan of Seydou Doumbia, say reports, and potentially buy him.
Roberto Donadoni says he is 'trying to figure out' Bologna, while calling for grit against Atalanta.
Frosinone Coach Roberto Stellone claims Fiorentina are the strongest team in Serie A: 'Their defeats against Roma and Napoli weren't entirely deserved'.
Mauro Icardi could be sensationally dropped for tonight’s Inter-Roma, while Daniele De Rossi requires a fitness test.
Southampton striker Graziano Pellè is trying “to keep a tight hold” of the Italy shirt ahead of Euro 2016.
David Pizarro announced he wants to “come back to Serie A in January” and is cheering on Roma against Inter this evening.
Omar El Kaddouri “turned down many offers” so he could be part of Maurizio Sarri’s Napoli, said his agent.
Didier Drogba could be coming to Bologna in January, as Joey Saputo owns both the Serie A side and Montreal Impact.
Nikola Kalinic has been a revelation at Fiorentina and “personally lowered his transfer fee and wages,” said his agent.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini warned Coach Beppe Iachini “mustn’t feel sure he’s confirmed in the job.”
Pavel Nedved admits Andrea Agnelli “was infuriated” after defeat to Sassuolo, but Juventus must recover against Torino today.
It’s a massive day with the Turin Derby and Inter-Roma for the top of the table, then Genoa-Napoli and Lazio-Milan on Sunday.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Andrea Ranocchia assures a match-fixing trial that Antonio Conte did not urge Bari to lose against Salernitana.
Lorenzo Insigne will reportedly be punished for his outburst, dropping to the bench for Napoli’s trip to Genoa.
Fiorentina club manager Vincenzo Guerini believes they will “challenge for the Scudetto right to the end.”
Fiorentina midfielder Mati Fernandez is attracting the attention of Mexico’s Club Universidad Nacional.
Palermo confirm Juventus “need to pay me an extra €8m” for Paulo Dybala in three years.
Gonzalo Higuain’s brother outlined the “principle difference between Maurizio Sarri and other Coaches in his career.”
Carpi have appealed Marco Borriello’s three-match ban for an attempted head-butt. “He was provoked.”
Napoli’s plans to restructure the Stadio San Paolo were knocked back by the local council as “not in the public interest.”
New Bologna Coach Roberto Donadoni had dinner with his predecessor Delio Rossi to discuss the squad.
Massimo Cellino announced he’s prepared to sell Leeds United to a fan group after his brief “nightmare” tenure.
Mohamed Salah and Daniele De Rossi return as Roma visit Inter on Saturday evening.

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