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President Aurelio De Laurentiis clarifies that Napoli 'never exercised any pressure' for Lorenzo Insigne to leave the Azzurri.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Il Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Paul Pogba is at risk for France’s friendly against Armenia tomorrow due to a sprained ankle.
Former Milan star Marco Simone blamed Silvio Berlusconi for their struggle. “He used to have ideas, now just money.”
Mauricio Pinilla believes Atalanta can finish in the top 10 and he can reach double goal figures this season.
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio is “willing to extend Antonio Conte’s Italy contract for another two years.”
Bologna forward Anthony Mounier has scored three goals already and admits “I’d never started a season so well.”
Croatia have sent Mario Mandzukic home from international duty to train with Juventus.
Milan have again been linked with a January loan bid for Inter defender Andrea Ranocchia.
Fenerbahce could take the Martin Caceres ‘problem’ off Juventus’ hands in January.
Alvaro Morata warned Real Madrid might have a buy-out clause from Juventus, “but happiness counts more than clauses.”
Lapo Elkann assures Juventus “do not miss” Arturo Vidal, Andrea Pirlo or Carlos Tevez and can still win the Scudetto.
Fiorentina are preparing a bid for Dennis Praet, who reportedly wants to leave Anderlecht in January.
Milan midfielder Giacomo Bonaventura was given “renewed enthusiasm” by the Italy call from Antonio Conte.
Kevin-Prince Boateng has been called up for Milan’s friendly against Monza tomorrow, but Mario Balotelli is out.
Reports Sepp Blatter has been provisionally suspended by the FIFA Ethics Committee and Michel Platini could follow.
Lazio medics gave updates on Filip Djordjevic, Miroslav Klose, Stefan de Vrij, Dusan Basta, Federico Marchetti and Mauricio.
Gigi Di Biagio warns his Italy Under-21s that Slovenia “have changed” since their last meeting.
Milan midfielder Jose Mauri’s decision to turn down a call from Italy to wait for Argentina is “to be respected.”
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero released a statement denying talks “or any proposal” to sell the club.
Kevin-Prince Boateng isn’t just training with Milan, he could play for them in tomorrow’s friendly with Monza.
Roma confirmed Seydou Keita will be out of action for another five weeks with a hamstring injury.
Adriano Galliani has paid another visit to Milan’s training ground, meeting with Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic.
Former Parma Coach Alberto Malesani has bid for the UEFA Cup he won with the Ducali in 1999.
Duvan Zapata’s agent confirms the Udinese striker will be out for “three or four months” with a hamstring injury.
Lorenzo Insigne’s agent assures Napoli medical staff are “calm” despite his client’s knee injury.
Giacomo Bonaventura’s Italy call takes him closer to his “dream” of playing at Euro 2016, according to his agent.
Fiorentina are believed to be interested in signing Benfica defender Lisandro Lopez in January.
Former Milan Coach Alberto Zaccheroni calls Keisuke Honda “a great professional” but “there are appropriate forums to say certain things”.
Milan midfielder Giacomo Bonaventura has replaced the injured Lorenzo Insigne in the Italy squad.
Stephan El Shaarawy describes Italy’s qualifier with Azerbaijan as “a very important game”.
Marco Parolo believes Lazio’s return to form is down to their rediscovered “humble” attitude.
Marco Parolo is sure Italy can manage without Lorenzo Insigne - “our strength is the group”.
Napoli’s Lorenzo Insigne has been forced to pull out of the Italy squad with a knee injury.
It’s reported Milan are considering a Marcello Lippi and Christian Brocchi team if Sinisa Mihajlovic is sacked.

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