NEWS

Ciro Immobile is hoping to follow in the footsteps of Sebastian Giovinco by doing well at a smaller club before earning a Juventus recall.
Wesley Sneijder says he has no intention of leaving an Inter side whom he believes can fight for the Scudetto.
Juventus boss Antonio Conte is keeping his fingers crossed that young midfielders Luca Marrone and Paul Pogba can impress this term.
Andrea Pirlo is confident that Juventus will be able to fight for all trophies this season thanks to the club’s summer recruitment policy.
Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini thinks that Roma could win a three-horse race for the Scudetto this season.
Alberto Aquilani will reportedly start in Fiorentina’s game against Catania at the weekend after recovering from injury.
Inter’s Rodrigo Palacio is convinced that he will return to former club Boca Juniors before he hangs up his boots.
Javier Zanetti will reportedly become the Vice-President of Inter once he brings his glorious playing career to an end.
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Gianfranco Zola believes Napoli “can be Juventus’ main rivals for the Scudetto” this season and advises ‘heir’ Lorenzo Insigne.
Giuseppe Rossi “would love to work with Zdenek Zeman,” revealed his agent, fuelling reports of a January switch to Roma.
It’s reported the pitch at the Stadio San Paolo is recovering from its disastrous state due to various techniques.
Lucas Moura eventually joined PSG for a reported €40m, but his agent reveals “he had said yes to Inter and never wanted” to come to Manchester United.
Douglas Maicon’s agent reveals why he chose Manchester City in a decision “made together” with Inter.
Gianluigi Buffon admits “someone talked a bit too much” on the field in Bulgaria after Italy’s tense and argumentative draw.
Juventus are turning their attention from Fernando Llorente and Didier Drogba to ex-Milan flop Klaas Jan Huntelaar.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani is increasingly irritated at the media and assures “there is no war” with Coach Massimiliano Allegri.
Pablo Daniel Osvaldo looks set to keep his place in the Italy side against Malta, but Mattia Destro steps in for Sebastian Giovinco.
Walter Mazzarri confirms he won’t renew his Napoli contract yet and insists referees suffer from “psychological submission” to top clubs.
The Julien Velazquez saga drags on with Genoa insisting he is “definitively” their player and Independiente saying “they treated us like idiots.”
There are reports Fiorentina are introducing an ‘anti-Juventus’ clause into Stevan Jovetic’s new contract to bar him from moving to Turin.
Mauro Zarate has rejected a move to Turkey and is committed to Lazio. “These are his people and he wants to repay them,” said his agent.
Catania are preparing to face Fiorentina and the Elefantini reveal “Vincenzo Montella asked to be released from his contract.”
Patron Giampaolo Pozzo is confident Udinese’s dismal start to the season is “down to the difficult fixture list.”
Bulgaria Coach Luboslav Penev believes “we were the better side and deserved the win” against Italy in their World Cup qualifier.
An all-Serie A friendly test ended in a 1-1 draw between Parma and Sampdoria on Saturday evening.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Varese snatched a last-minute victory at 10-man Modena, while Verona swept Reggina aside.
Italy can feel relatively content that Denmark-Czech Republic in their World Cup qualifying group ended in a goalless draw.
Udinese have confirmed Luis Muriel will be out of action for two-and-a-half months after a micro-fracture was discovered.
Roma’s chief medic admits Dodo and Federico Balzaretti are improving rapidly, “but we are a little worried about Daniele De Rossi.”
Torino celebrated Alessio Cerci’s first goal for the club in a 3-0 friendly victory against Como.
Paulo Vitor Barreto was on target in Udinese’s 1-1 friendly test with Croatian team Rijeka this afternoon.
New buy M’Baye Niang played with the youth team today and insists he “definitely made the right decision” turning down Everton for Milan.
Francesco Guidolin believes Diego Milito is “the ideal modern striker” and notes Zdenek Zeman “has changed.”

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