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Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Fiorentina Coach Vincenzo Montella has faith in Josip Ilicic and felt it was “difficult to find space” against Pacos Ferreira.
Fiorentina played a 0-0 draw away to Pacos Ferreira, so will go head-to-head with Dnipro for leadership of Europa League Group E.
Danish police claim the Copenhagen fan stabbed in Turin ahead of the Juventus match was injured in an altercation with other Danes.
Vladimir Petkovic was pleased with Europa League qualification and silenced Swiss rumours. “I am concentrated only on Lazio.”
Lazio have qualified for the Europa League knockouts after a 2-0 win away to Legia Warsaw and will go head-to-head with Trabzonspor for top spot.
The 2006 World Cup Final referee reveals what happened when he sent off Zinedine Zidane for headbutting Marco Materazzi.
Lazio director Igli Tare claims many of the 120 fans arrested in Warsaw are being held “for no reason.”
Fiorentina have already qualified, but visit Pacos Ferreira to defend their 100 per cent record in the Europa League.
Antonio Di Natale warns Juventus that Udinese will give them a tough game this weekend. “We’re on the way up.”
Lazio director Igli Tare believes the speculation over Vladimir Petkovic’s future is “just because his contract is up.”
Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti warned Mario Balotelli “absolutely must remain at Milan.”
Lazio are looking for a victory away to Legia Warsaw to secure their Europa League qualification.
Juventus are reportedly ramping up their attempts to sign Nani from Manchester United in January.
Leandro Castan says Roma’s primary target this season is to finish in the top three – not win the Scudetto.
Atalanta boss Stefano Colantuono is convinced Giacomo Bonaventura is at the start of a glittering career.
Javier Zanetti could start his first game for Inter at the weekend since damaging his Achilles tendon last April.
Italy have jumped up to seventh in the FIFA World Rankings, but it comes too late for the World Cup draw.
Paris Saint-Germain have told Italian clubs interested in Jeremy Menez and Lucas Moura that they won’t be sold in January.
Dries Mertens is happy with his first few months at Napoli after joining the club from PSV Eindhoven.
Torino will reportedly sell Danilo D’Ambrosio in January should he not put pen to paper on a new contract.
Fiorentina are keen on signing Cagliari goalkeeper Michael Agazzi ahead of the 2014-15 campaign, reports La Nazione.
The representative of Fabio Borini admits the Liverpool-owned player could head back to Italy in January.
Raul Albiol has underlined how important Rafael Benitez was in his decision to leave Real Madrid for Napoli this summer.
Roma President James Pallotta spoke exclusively to Susy Campanale about choosing Rudi Garcia, keeping Daniele De Rossi and when he knew this team would be great.
Bologna boss Stefano Pioli has likened Alessandro Diamanti to American basketball star Kobe Bryant.
Inter boss Walter Mazzarri is respectful of the threat Sampdoria will carry at the weekend following the appointment of Sinisa Mihajlovic.
Roma stopper Nicolas Burdisso says he will consider his future at the club during the Christmas break.
Ambitious Inter defender Juan Jesus says he wouldn’t take a third-placed finish in Serie A if that was offered to him.
Yuto Nagatomo has paid tribute to his club and international teammates after the Inter man was named Asian Player of the Year.
Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti feels Juventus have what is necessary to collect a draw at Galatasaray in their last Champions League group game.
Roberto Mancini has called for the fans to spur Galatasaray on to victory in their final Champions League group game against Juventus.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Giorgio Chiellini can’t help but feel “regret” that Juventus are still fighting for qualification after beating Copenhagen.
Fernando Llorente is glad of the 3-1 win over Copenhagen, but warned Juventus “aren’t qualified yet.”

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