NEWS

Former Italian international Gianluca Zambrotta has confirmed that he could continue his career in Brazil with Flamengo.
Atalanta director general Pierpaolo Marino has expressed his satisfaction after Federico Peluso netted in Italy’s 2-0 win over Malta.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Lorenzo Insigne reveals Cesare Prandelli told him “to play the way I know how” in his exciting Italy debut.
Federico Peluso dedicated his first senior Italy goal to Atalanta and admits he was “pretty anxious at the start.”
Mattia Destro celebrated his debut senior Italy goal and is “open” to playing in various different positions.
Malta Coach Pietro Ghedin reveals his team would’ve been “very happy” to only lose 1-0 against Italy.
Cesare Prandelli praised Lorenzo Insigne and noted “September isn’t our best month” after a 2-0 win over Malta.
Mattia Destro and Federico Peluso netted their first Italy goals and Lorenzo Insigne made a thrilling debut, but the Azzurri only managed a 2-0 win over Malta.
Portuguese media claim Juventus are targeting Manchester United star Nani as their big January signing.
Adriano Galliani insists there is “no war” with Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri and is confident Alexandre Pato will return soon.
Fabrizio Miccoli admits he is “motivated, but disappointed” by Palermo’s transfer activity and “might not sign” a new contract.
It’s all-change for Italy, as Mattia Destro, Pablo Daniel Osvaldo and Alessandro Diamanti lead the way in tonight’s World Cup qualifier against Malta.
Lazio striker Emiliano Alfaro is in negotiations for a loan switch to Al Wasl, confirmed his agent.
Domenico Criscito is both “happy and angry” at news the betting investigation that cost him Euro 2012 has been shelved due to lack of evidence.
Djamel Mesbah admits he “had an argument” with Milan Coach Massimiliano Allegri, but is determined to win back his place.
Antonio Conte’s appeal against a 10-month ban will be heard in front of the TNAS tribunal on September 21.
The investigation into alleged match-fixing in the Genoa derby, which cost Domenico Criscito a place at Euro 2012, has been shelved due to lack of evidence.
New Atalanta midfielder Davide Biondini is feeling confident ahead of Saturday’s short trip to San Siro to face Milan.
Napoli’s Colombian winger Juan Zuniga is still waiting to sign a new contract, according to his agent.
Mauro Goicoechea has been unveiled by Roma – and immediately set his sights on the No 1 jersey.
Getting his own back on Napoli isn't a concern for Parma boss Roberto Donadoni, according to Gialloblu director general Pietro Leonardi.
Inter 'keeper Samir Handanovic has returned to full training ahead of the Nerazzurri's visit to Torino on Sunday.
Italy Coach Cesare Prandelli says tonight’s second World Cup qualifier against Malta isn’t the time to play with formations.
New Fiorentina signing Cristian Llama is thrilled by the opportunity to work with former mentor Vincenzo Montella in Florence.
Inter defender Matias Silvestre has defended his early performances at San Siro and discussed the club's Scudetto prospects.
Lorenzo Insigne got a shock phone call from Juventus legend Alessandro Del Piero after admitting that the No 10 was his idol.
Morgan De Sanctis and Hugo Campagnaro are set to extend their contracts with Italian giants Napoli.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini has written an open letter to fans asking for support following a problematic start to the season.
Genoa forwards Marco Borriello and Ciro Immobile could come back to haunt former club Juventus on Sunday.
Italy will go into tonight’s World Cup qualifier against Malta with history clearly on their side – especially at home.
Cesena have confirmed that Pierpaolo Bisoli is their new boss after President Igor Campedelli sacked his brother!
Milan have cut their yearly wage bill by €60m, but they are still the biggest payers in the Italian top flight.
Mattia Destro insists that he doesn’t feel like he is under examination as he prepares to start in his first competitive game for Italy.
Italy Under-21 boss Devis Mangia has accepted full responsibility for the defeat to the Republic of Ireland which had consequences on the record books.

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