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President Maurizio Zamparini has warned of a January revolution at Palermo, taking out “those players who do not have character or heart.”
Juventus must beat Nordsjaelland tonight to stay in the Champions League, so look to Alessandro Matri and Sebastian Giovinco.
Federico Marchetti and Miroslav Klose are back in the Lazio squad to face Panathinaikos, while Hernanes is also included.
Antonio Di Natale is in the Udinese squad for their Europa League match with Young Boys, but many stars miss out.
Juan Camilo Zuniga is still out of Napoli’s squad to face Dnipro, but Edinson Cavani could start the Europa League match.
Andrea Stramaccioni wants to keep Inter’s momentum going away to Partizan Belgrade, though the team is in “an emergency situation.”
Sampdoria striker Maxi Lopez went under the knife today after tearing the meniscus in his left knee.
Fabio Borini “did not like” Roma director Walter Sabatini’s version of how he left the club to join Liverpool.
Francesco Guidolin has warned Udinese they “cannot get it wrong” against Young Boys after a Europa League defeat.
Vladimir Petkovic admits he faces a tricky few days to keep Lazio focused on Panathinaikos ahead of the Rome Derby. “It’s a shame they are so close.”
Palermo’s problematic season is getting worse as defender Andrea Mantovani could be out of action for the next six months.
The agent of Pep Guardiola has refused to rule out a summer move to Italian giants Milan.
Milan will reportedly listen to offers for teenage striker M’Baye Niang during the January transfer window.
The agent of Hugo Campagnaro has played down links with Juventus. “We’re in talks with Napoli for a renewal…”
Napoli boss Walter Mazzarri has again defended his Europa League rotation policy ahead of Thursday’s game against Dnipro.
Bologna have dismissed speculation that they will target Napoli’s Eduardo Vargas during the January transfer window.
It’s a must-win situation for both Juventus and Chelsea in the Champions League on Wednesday night.
Cesare Prandelli’s Italian national side have moved up three places to fifth in the latest FIFA World Rankings.
Sampdoria insist that they are happy with boss Ciro Ferrara and sporting director Pasquale Sensibile.
Milan are monitoring the progress of Atalanta midfielder Luca Cigarini, his agent has confirmed on Wednesday.
Chievo are adamant that Marco Andreolli will remain at the club for the rest of the season – rather than join Inter in January.
Anxious Roma fans have unveiled a banner outside of the club’s training ground demanding that Daniele De Rossi not be sold.
Cagliari will slash ticket prices for the home game against Catania – with just €1 enough to get you into the match.
Maarten Stekelenburg is expected to resume full training with Roma on Thursday ahead of this weekend’s Rome derby.
Nicklas Bendtner is hoping to hit the back of the net for Juventus against Nordsjaelland tonight – but he’s not expected to start.
Milan have released a brief note on their website again dismissing reports that they held talks for Pep Guardiola on Tuesday.
Paris Saint-Germain ace Zlatan Ibrahimovic would welcome the proposed arrival of Roma’s Daniele De Rossi.
Mattia De Sciglio is delighted with Alexandre Pato after he scored his first goal of the season for Milan.
Milan stopper Daniele Bonera has underlined that the Rossoneri will be going for victory at Anderlecht in their next Champions League game.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Malaga manager Manuel Pellegrini celebrated qualification for the Champions League group phase and laughed off links with a future at Milan.
Eliseu confessed it was “a dream come true” for him to score for Malaga at San Siro in the Champions League.
Massimiliano Allegri reveals why he made some surprise substitutions and how he approached Malaga, as Milan face “a fight to the end.”
Bojan Krkic considers an “acceptable” draw with Malaga and explains his tactical preferences at Milan.
Riccardo Montolivo confirms he is impressed with Milan’s new tactical approach against Malaga, but still had pointers on where to improve.

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