NEWS

Edy Reja has named his 23-man Lazio squad for the game against Bologna on Saturday evening.
New Genoa midfielder Cabral has revealed that he wants to impress at the Marassi and play for Switzerland in the World Cup.
Veteran Milan goalkeeper Marco Amelia has confirmed via Twitter that he has asked to leave the club.
Despite no verdict on his appeal hearing, Stefano Mauri has admitted that his turmoil ‘is almost over’.
Sampdoria striker Manolo Gabbiadini is being tracked by Galatasaray, according to reports in the Italian Press.
Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci has declared that he wants to conquer both the Scudetto and the World Cup in 2014.
Edenilson’s agent has confirmed that a move to Italy looks increasingly likely, with Udinese in pole position.
Danilo Cataldi and Domenico Berardi have been called up for their first Italy U-21 squad meeting, it has been confirmed.
Gianluigi Buffon has claimed that his Juventus side ‘will not stop’ in their bid for a third successive Scudetto.
Alberto Gilardino has confirmed that he will not be available for Genoa’s game against Roma this weekend.
Martin Montoya’s agent has confirmed that the defender’s first priority is to renew his contract with Barcelona.
Chelsea have seemingly pulled out of the race for Inter midfielder Fredy Guarin, after Coach Jose Mourinho denied interest in the Colombian.
Tottenham manager Tim Sherwood has insisted that Erik Lamela will not be leaving the club in January.
Napoli have reportedly turned to Rubin Kazan’s Yann M’Vila in their search for midfield reinforcements.
Turkish side Besiktas have reportedly turned their focus back to Milan’s Robinho, after being thwarted in a move for compatriot Ronaldinho.
Adriano Galliani has commented on transfer talk and stated that he hopes January is the month Milan ‘start again’.
Catania have added to their Argentine contingent with the signing of defensive midfielder Fabian Andres Rinaudo from Sporting CP.
Marco Verratti’s agent says that whilst ‘you all know he is a fan of Juventus’, he won’t be automatically considering an exit from Paris Saint-Germain.
As he misses training today, Barcelona are reportedly attempting to change Antonio Sanabria’s contract status to increase his buyout clause.
Edy Reja says his Lazio side has much more to show, as he evaluates what he is looking for from the players and perhaps the transfer market.
Juventus and Tottenham are seen to be in continued discussions over the possibility of swapping Mirko Vucinic and Erik Lamela this January.
Verona defender Romulo has had Milan and ‘other great teams’ asking after his future, according to his agent.
Adil Rami has commented on his desire to prove his worth to Milan, as he looks forward to working with Philippe Mexes.
Roma midfielder Marquinho has reportedly turned down an approach from Genoa and the Grifone will now look elsewhere.
A decision on Stefano Mauri’s appeal against his nine month ban as part of the Calcioscommesse scandal has been delayed.
Napoli have communicated that Valon Behrami will seek further consultation before a decision is taken on undergoing surgery.
Aurelio De Laurentiis has explained that Napoli ‘aren’t a Cindarella’, theorised on struggles to sign certain players and hinted that he ‘may get tired of football’.
The Gazzetta dello Sport suggest that Marco Borriello has new admirers this winter in the form of Inter.
Radja Nainggolan has explained that the attraction of Roma’s project made them his first choice in leaving Cagliari.
Sassuolo are reportedly in talks to pick up Alberto Paloschi from Chievo this month, despite renewed hope with Ishak Belfodil.
Mario Gomez is reportedly not ready to return to action for Fiorentina until at least February, prompting La Viola’s transfer work.
Arsenal have reportedly contacted Juventus forward Sebastian Giovinco over the possibility of a move this winter.
Milan reportedly have a potential loan bid for Chelsea midfielder Michael Essien in mind this January.
Roberto Mancini’s future at Galatasaray is reportedly already in doubt, after a reported falling out over transfer policy.
Antonio Conte has been ranked as world football’s joint eighth best tactician, by the International Federation of Football History and Statistics.

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