Brozovic: 'Exit depends on Inter'
Marcelo Brozovic’s agent won’t rule out a January exit. “It’s up to Inter to decide.”
Official: Chelsea sign Amelia
Chelsea have officially given a contract to former Milan and Livorno goalkeeper Marco Amelia.
Galliani has 'faith in Mihajlovic'
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani confirmed they “absolutely have faith” in Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic.
Giovinco: 'Italy call is a victory'
Sebastian Giovinco says just being called up by Italy after joining Toronto FC “is already a victory.”
Marchisio back in training
Claudio Marchisio and Stefano Sturaro returned to training with Juventus today after injuries.
Line-ups: Slovenia-Italy U21
Federico Bernardeschi, Marco Benassi and Alessio Romagnoli are among starters in Italy’s Under-21 Euro qualifier with Slovenia.
‘Jovetic wants to play but…’
Montenegro CT Branko Brnovic admits it’s unlikely Inter’s Stevan Jovetic will be fit to face Austria.
Italy try 4-4-2
Italy CT Antonio Conte experimented with a 4-4-2 formation in this morning’s training session.
Iturbe to leave in January?
Reports suggest Roma’s Juan Iturbe will leave in January to find first-team football.
Hayatou acting FIFA President
Issa Hayatou will serve as President of FIFA during Sepp Blatter’s suspension, the organisation confirms.
Collum for Italy match
Scottish referee Willie Collum will take charge of Italy’s visit to Azerbaijan on Saturday.
Allan: ‘Scudetto? Too early to talk’
Napoli midfielder Allan believes it’s too early to talk of a Scudetto challenge - “there’s a long way to go.”
Neto: ‘Returning players crucial’
Juventus goalkeeper Neto believes players returning from injury can help the Bianconeri move up the table.
Dodo: ‘Inter can fight for Scudetto’
Inter full-back Dodo is sure the Nerazzurri can “stay near the top and play to the end” for the Scudetto.
Gamberini: 'Chievo reaping fruits'
Alessandro Gamberini says Chievo's defensive record is the result of long-term work, while praising Fiorentina's project.
FIFA ban Platini, Blatter
FIFA have banned President Joseph Blatter, Vice-President and UEFA President Michel Platini and others for 90 days over corruption charges.
Perotti: 'Genoa gave me happiness'
Diego Perotti says Genoa are aiming for sixth, and thanks the team: 'I'd lost happiness but they gave it back to me'.
Ranocchia to Milan in January?
Milan are looking to sign Inter's Andrea Ranocchia in January, according to multiple sources.
'Inter inferior to Juve, Roma'
Coach Alberto Zaccheroni explains how he would arrange Inter in a 4-2-3-1, in spite of their squad being 'inferior to Juve and Roma'.
Insigne: De Laurentiis vs Conte?
President Aurelio De Laurentiis is reported to have called Azzurri Coach Antonio Conte to protest harshly against injured Lorenzo Insigne's training.
Pogba skips France games
Juventus star Paul Pogba will skip France's games against Armenia and Denmark due to an ankle sprain.
Bosnia, Dzeko trains apart
Roma striker Edin Dzeko is training apart from his Bosnia teammates and his presence against Wales is in doubt.
Jovetic to skip Austria
Inter's Stevan Jovetic is unlikely to play for Montenegro against Austria as his injury trouble still hasn't improved.
'Milan, hold Miha tight'
Fabio Capello has only one advice for Milan: 'It's simple, hold on tight to Sinisa Mihajlovic'. The crisis at Il Diavolo, as the team...
Ferrari out for two weeks
Bologna's Alex Ferrari will be sidelined for two weeks due to a muscular injury, according to the club.
Capello analyses Milan crisis
Fabio Capello analyses Milan's moment of difficulty: 'The simultaneous departure of their leading players was the cause'.
'Juve will return, but Serie A...'
Jose Mourinho says 'Serie A has never been so open' and defends Juventus: 'They'll come back, it's only a matter of time'.
Mourinho: 'Sousa humble and ready'
Jose Mourinho praises Fiorentina Coach Paulo Sousa: 'He was humble and only came to Serie A when he was ready'.
Curci: 'Roma lack balance'
Former goalkeeper Gianluca Curci reveals the 'problem' with Roma: 'You're either a genius or a flop'.
'Napoli didn't want Insigne return'
President Aurelio De Laurentiis clarifies that Napoli 'never exercised any pressure' for Lorenzo Insigne to leave the Azzurri.
What the papers say...
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Il Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Pogba ankle scare for France
Paul Pogba is at risk for France’s friendly against Armenia tomorrow due to a sprained ankle.
Simone: 'Milan all money, no ideas'
Former Milan star Marco Simone blamed Silvio Berlusconi for their struggle. “He used to have ideas, now just money.”
Pinilla: 'Atalanta in top 10'
Mauricio Pinilla believes Atalanta can finish in the top 10 and he can reach double goal figures this season.
FIGC open to Conte extension
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio is “willing to extend Antonio Conte’s Italy contract for another two years.”
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