NEWS

Milan director Adriano Galliani has confirmed that Mario Balotelli will not be leaving the club in January.
Keisuke Honda has admitted that the Milan fans ‘expect a lot’, but the Japan international has insisted he is ready for the Rossoneri.
Mario Gomez has confirmed that he will be back in action for Fiorentina within the next two weeks.
Fiorentina have become the latest club to be linked with Villarreal defender Mateo Musacchio.
Rumours of Fabio Quagliarella’s departure from Juventus have resurfaced, with Lazio the latest club linked with his signature.
With rumours he will leave Torino, Alessio Cerci has revealed that his ambition is ‘to play in the Champions League’.
Quotes attributed to Mario Balotelli’s agent Mino Raiola are reportedly untrue, according to sources.
Mario Balotelli looks to be on the verge of leaving Milan, after his agent confirmed that the striker wants out in January.
Bologna and Catania could be set to swap strikers in January, if reports in the Italian Press are to be believed.
Il Secolo XIX have claimed, once again, that Silvio Berlusconi wants rid of Mario Balotelli, and has ordered to accept any offer of €25m or above.
Maxime Gonalons and Nicolas N’Koulou are expected to join Napoli within the next few days, it has been claimed.
Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone has revealed that he would consider a move back to Inter.
Antonio Conte was introduced to Monaco Vice-President Vadim Vasilyev recently, Tuttosport writes.
Miralem Pjanic is set to sign a contract extension at Roma, reports in the Italian Press this morning suggest.
Rumours that Juan Mata will move to Inter are gathering pace, but another Premier League attacker could also be joining.
Miralem Pjanic has insisted that Roma ‘are not afraid’ of Juventus, as the top two go head-to-head this weekend.
Edin Dzeko is a transfer target for Milan and Inter, according to reports in the Italian Press this morning.
Gianluigi Buffon has offered his opinion on the recent spate of ‘territorial discriminatory’ chants that have blighted Serie A.
Fabio Capello has admitted that Antonio Conte’s Juventus team is better than his own vintage.
Today's front-page headlines from Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Palermo are the winter champions in Serie B after they beat Crotone 2-1 on Sunday to finish 2013 on top of the League.
Hernanes has admitted that he does not know what the future holds, but has insisted he is happy at Lazio.
Hellas Verona playmaker Jorginho has insisted that his side are not thinking about Europe next season, despite sitting in sixth place.
Newspapers in Britain suggest that Juventus will have to pay €22m if they want to sign Nani from Manchester United.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito will let Hernanes leave for offers around €18m, reports suggest.
Despite consistent reports that Marc-Andre ter Stegen will move to Barcelona, German media outlets insist that Juventus could sign the goalkeeper.
German Denis has been linked with a move to Lazio, but contrary reports this afternoon claim that the Atalanta striker will renew his deal.
Vincenzo Montella has reflected on a positive year for Fiorentina, but admits that there is still room for improvement.
Former Lazio forward Tommaso Rocchi has admitted that he is ‘pleased’ the capital club have gone for Edy Reja.
The agent of Heerenveen striker Alfred Finnbogason has revealed that Roma director Walter Sabatini has been in contact.
Edy Reja has once again confirmed that he will take charge at Lazio, and believes that they ‘can achieve great things’.
Nigel De Jong has come to the support of his Milan teammate Stephan El Shaarawy, after the forward underwent surgery on Saturday.
Marcos Alonso looks set to complete his loan move to Sunderland within the next few days.
Monaco are keeping tabs on Antonio Conte, with the Juventus man potentially leaving Turin in the summer.
Reports in the Italian media on Sunday claim that Roma director Walter Sabatini is London looking for a feeder club.

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