NEWS

Ex-Napoli and Liverpool player Andrea Dossena has officially joined English League One side Leyton Orient.
Empoli have officially renewed Coach Maurizio Sarri’s contract to June 2017.
Italy will face England, Portugal and Sweden in the European Under-21 Championships in June 2015.
Marco van Ginkel’s agent claims he never told newspapers that Chelsea and Milan would interrupt the loan move.
Inter give 17-year-old hitman Federico Bonazzoli a surprise start with Mateo Kovacic against Saint-Etienne.
Torino aim to stay top of their Europa League group as they visit HJK Helsinki with Fabio Quagliarella.
Mauricio Pinilla is eager to meet his old Cagliari friends when Genoa travel to Sardinia this weekend.
Former Sampdoria Coach Domenico Di Carlo thinks that Milan should keep hold of Giampaolo Pazzini for what he can offer them.
Atalanta technical director Giovanni Sartori says that sacking Stefano Colantuono is not on the agenda at the Bergamasco club.
Filip Djordjevic says that there is only respect and admiration between him and teammate Miroslav Klose at Lazio.
Arturo Vidal has reassured Juventus fans that the Bianconeri will eventually go through to the next round in the Champions League.
Didier Deschamps has included Juventus’ Paul Pogba and Roma’s Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa in his latest squad.
Roberto ‘Max’ Pereyra says that Juventus reacted well to both the new system and falling behind against Olympiacos on Tuesday night.
Stephan Lichtsteiner could be closer to renewing his Juventus contract, if reports are to be believed.
Reports suggest that both Inter and Juventus are battling to sign Tottenham Hotspur defender Vlad Chiriches.
Silvio Berlusconi says that he would like to see a Milan starting XI featuring just Italian players: “There are too many foreigners.”
Luca Banti will take charge of Torino’s visit to Roma after the Italian Referees’ Association announced the officials for Week 11.
Fiorentina's Borja Valero reflects on his youth career at Real Madrid, slamming the club for a lack of loyalty and comparing the experience to the X Factor.
Marco Fassone believes that tonight’s Europe League game at Saint-Etienne will be ‘decisive’ for Inter’s season.
Inter director general Marco Fassone has discussed the club’s Financial Fair Play hearing, and expects a final decision by next spring.
Italy’s Under-21s will discover later today which sides they’ll face in the 2015 UEFA European Under-21 Championships.
New Roma director Mia Hamm has spoken about her new role, asserting that she has always kept an eye on the Giallorossi’s results.
Inter defender Juan Jesus believes the Nerazzurri must win the Europa League - in order to return to the Champions League.
Alessandro Florenzi has not sustained a broken ankle, Roma have confirmed after tests carried out today.
Mario Gomez and Marko Marin could both start in for Fiorentina as they take on PAOK Salonika in the Europa League. La Nazione reports that...
Napoli are expected to record their lowest crowd of the season when they take on Young Boys in the Europa League tonight.
Palermo striker Paulo Dybala is reportedly an early transfer target for Premier League side Southampton.
The agent for Wesley Sneijder has branded Cesare Prandelli ‘shameful’ for ‘speaking only in Italian’.
Adriano Galliani praised Marco van Ginkel in the wake of the Rossoneri’s Trofeo Berlusconi victory over San Lorenzo.
Bayern Munich defender Mehdi Benatia does not believe there is a crisis at Roma, despite the Giallorossi losing two games in a row.
Philipp Lahm remarked at how Roma showed a more defensive edge to their game against Bayern Munich last night.
Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan believes Roma can still progress in the Champions League, but admits a 2-0 defeat to Bayern was ‘fair’.
Bayern Munich midfielder Mario Gotze feels that his side’s opening goal changed the game in their 2-0 victory over Roma.
Today's front-page headlines from The Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.  
Rudi Garcia is confident Roma “cancelled out the image we gave of ourselves in the other game” with Bayern Munich.

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