NEWS

Bologna’s Cesare Natali is facing up to six months on the sidelines after picking up an injury in the defeat to Fiorentina.
Fiorentina boss Vincenzo Montella is refusing to comment on Zdenek Zeman’s decision to drop Daniele De Rossi at the weekend.
There was a scare in Italy training on Tuesday after Fiorentina goalkeeper Emiliano Viviano picked up a knock.
Lazio’s Antonio Candreva feels he’s now ready to become a stable part of the Italian national set-up.
Goran Pandev has warned Juventus that Napoli don’t intend to relinquish their grip on first place in Serie A.
Bologna haven’t had two players simultaneously called up to the Italian national squad since March 2004.
The agent of Stephan El Shaarawy says that only Milan’s quick work stopped his client from joining Juventus or Inter.
Domenico Criscito says he’s returned to the national set-up with the intention of staying after his controversial omission from Euro 2012.
Siena have handed veteran midfielder Simone Vergassola a new contract at the Stadio Artemio Franchi.
Torino stopper Angelo Ogbonna has been ruled out of the World Cup qualifiers against Armenia and Denmark.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Roma midfielder Michael Bradley is flattered by rumours of Valencia's interest, according to his agent.
Hernanes has claimed that he is delighted with Lazio's start to the season, and believes that the Biancocelesti can challenge for the Scudetto.
Former Roma President Rosella Sensi has praised captain Francesco Totti after his recent performances for the club.
Juventus midifielder Arturo Vidal has claimed that he is happy in Italy, and would be delighted to spend his entire career in Serie A.
Pablo Osvaldo has accepted Zdenek Zeman's decision to drop him for Roma's game against Atalanta, according to the player's representative.
New Palermo CEO Pietro Lo Monaco has admitted that the Rosanero will dip into the transfer market in January.
Siena striker Emanuele Calaio has hit out at referee Paolo Mazzoleni, after his performance against Juventus on Sunday.
Inter boss Andrea Stramaccioni has played down comparisons with treble-winning tactician Jose Mourinho.
Atalanta have insisted that boss Stefano Colantuono is safe despite a third straight defeat in Serie A.
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Italy boss Cesare Prandelli has told Antonio Cassano that his international career is not over, while he’s admitted to being disappointed by Mario Balotelli.
Genoa chief Enrico Preziosi has argued that Marco Borriello is a striker worthy of the Italian national side.
Vice-President Adriano Galliani has become the latest man from Milan to criticise the performance of the referee in the 1-0 defeat to Inter.
Napoli’s start to the season is better than during their Diego Maradona-inspired Scudetto winning campaigns.
Marek Hamsik says his Napoli side will be ready to take on Juventus when Serie A returns after the international break.
Alessandro Diamanti has commented on the fact that he and Bologna teammate Alberto Gilardino are in the latest Italy squad.
Javier Zanetti has refused to rule out a Scudetto challenge from his Inter side after victory in the Milan derby.
Salvatore Aronica could be in hot water after the Napoli defender attacked a local journalist after the Udinese win.
Antonio Candreva has thanked his club and the fans following his recall to the Italian international set-up.
Walter Samuel decided the Milan derby with an early goal, but he’s refusing to name his Inter side as title candidates.
Alberto Gilardino has thanked new club Bologna for reviving his Italian international career.
Yuto Nagatomo has expressed his relief that Inter won the derby 1-0 after he picked up his first ever red card.
Milan’s Riccardo Montolivo is struggling to come to terms with the 1-0 derby defeat against Inter. “There was only one team on the pitch…”
Alberto Aquilani of Fiorentina should return to action after the international break, reports La Nazione.

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