NEWS

Leonardo Bonucci has admitted that Juventus deserve to be knocked out of the Champions League if they fail to beat Nordsjaelland.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini believes his relegation-threatened side can finish in the top 10 this season.
Malaga midfielder Isco has admitted that playing at San Siro is a dream come true, ahead of his team's match with Milan.
Juventus assistant Angelo Alessio has confirmed that tomorrow's match with Nordsjaelland is a must win if they are to progress in Europe.
Pescara goalkeeper Mattia Perin has not been contacted by any of Italy's major clubs, according to his agent.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani has confirmed that Coach Massimiliano Allegri has the club's full support.
Walter Mazzarri will take charge of Napoli training on Tuesday after he reportedly had tests on his heart yesterday.
Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri looks like he will field an ultra-offensive starting XI in their Champions League tie against Malaga this evening.
Inter stopper Cristian Chivu could still need another month of treatment on a problematic foot injury.
Roma’s Alessandro Florenzi says that the League table sometimes lies ahead of the capital clash against Lazio.
The Champions League returns this evening with a variety of Europe’s top clubs looking towards qualification.
Andrea Ranocchia has warned Inter that they’ll have to forget about the win over Juventus if they want to fight for the title.
Malaga are taking on Milan at San Siro with the intention of making it four wins from four in the Champions League, says Eliseu.
Juventus boss Antonio Conte is reportedly considering the use of Paul Pogba in Wednesday’s must-win Champions League game against Nordsjaelland.
Hear the views of Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri as the Rossoneri entertain Malaga in the Champions League.
Atalanta are presently refusing to comment on the idea of selling Federico Peluso during the January transfer window.
Struggling Sampdoria will be without summer signing Maxi Lopez for at least the next 40 days because of knee injury.
The agent of Miralem Pjanic has underlined that his client will not be leaving Roma during the January transfer window.
Milan are ready to make Genoa an offer in a bid to sign 50 per cent of Mattia Perin’s contract, reports the Gazzetta dello Sport.
Milan are set to tighten their grip on talented youngster Stephan El Shaarawy by offering him a new contract.
Inter are expected to be without Andrea Ranocchia and Walter Samuel for the next three weeks because of injury.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Contract negotiations between Morgan De Sanctis and Napoli have stalled, confirms agent Federico Pastorello.
Weekend dismissals have seen Mattia Destro suspended for Roma’s next match and Napoli’s Coach Walter Mazzarri fined €10,000.
Genoa have reportedly found a replacement for Stefano Capozucca as sporting director, with Rino Foschi returning to the position.
Sporting director Sergio Gasparin has reiterated that Francesco Lodi and Alejandro Gomez will be staying at Catania for the foreseeable future.
Giorgio Perinetti has spoken once more of links to a director’s role at Roma and admits that he would find it hard to say no.
Milan are reportedly prepared to try and make Bojan Krkic’s move from Barcelona permanent, but they may face competition from Ligue 2 side Monaco.
Director general at Juventus Beppe Marotta has reflected that refereeing errors from the game against Inter are a part of the game and do even out.
Stevan Jovetic has been ruled out of action for up to two weeks for Fiorentina after sustaining a grade I muscle injury at the weekend.
Josip Ilicic has no issue with being dropped by Palermo Coach Gian Piero Gasperini, nor he is planning on a January departure, says his agent.
Gaby Mudingayi believes he has silenced his doubters at Inter and believes he is more relaxed, even with strong competition for places.
Pasquale Marino has reflected that Genoa are going through a phase of too many injuries, which he also believes cost him his job there last season.
Giuseppe Sannino cannot understand the criticism being levelled at Roma forward Mattia Destro, who he reflects he acted like a father towards last year.
Adriano Galliani has warned that Milan still have a long way to go before they can declare themselves ‘back’, with November now a ‘fundamental month’.

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