Clarence Seedorf has admitted that Milan’s hierarchy have charged him with getting the club into Europe this season.
Mateo Kovacic’s agent has insisted that the playmaker has no issue with Inter Coach Walter Mazzarri.
Veteran midfielder David Pizarro will be offered a one-year extension by Fiorentina, it has been claimed this afternoon.
Following a midweek round where records were made, broken and smashed Dave Taylor picks his best XI.
Marcelo Estigarribia says that the atmosphere at Atalanta reminds him of a similar one he saw at Juventus.
Giovanni Trapattoni has rejected the idea that Juventus’ success this season is down to luck, calling Antonio Conte a ‘Coach of absolute value’.
Alberto Paloschi says he has no regrets that his career has taken him away from Milan, whilst he looks at Chievo’s more ‘manageable’ calendar coming up.
Howard Webb is grateful for his ovation at Fiorentina-Juventus, and for being able to witness first hand Andrea Pirlo’s free-kick.
Granada are reportedly looking to sack Udinese-owned player Dani Benitez, after he allegedly tested positive for cocaine.
Mino Raiola has clarified that he and Paul Pogba won’t consider offers from Juventus or other clubs until after the World Cup.
Carlos Tevez says he didn’t expect to be so decisive for Juventus in his first year, as he reflects on where the League is won and lost.
Serie A clubs increased revenue last season by eight per cent, but also spending by four per cent, with total debt set at €1.5bn.
James Pallotta says new stadiums are essential for Italian football, there is no rush over Rudi Garcia and that Francesco Totti’s No 10 will retire with him.
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Walter Mazzarri felt Inter “fully deserved a victory” against Udinese and explained why he bit a water bottle.
Francesco Guidolin admits Udinese were “under siege for 20-30 minutes,” but liked their approach to Inter.
Udinese’s 17-year-old goalkeeper Simone Scuffet was man of the match, but asked for Samir Handanovic’s shirt.
Once again Inter wasted numerous scoring opportunities and were denied by heroic Simone Scuffet for a 0-0 draw with Udinese.
Swiss sources claim Liverpool are targeting Napoli midfielders Gokhan Inler and Valon Behrami.
Inter director Piero Ausilio confirmed Ibrahima Mbaye will return and they are “working in the direction” of Edin Dzeko or Fernando Torres.
Spanish media claim Juventus are targeting Real Sociedad talent Ruben Pardo as the heir to Andrea Pirlo.
Juan Jesus returns from a three-match ban in Inter-Udinese, but insists “it felt like being out for a year.”
Roma President James Pallotta reveals billionaire George Soros broke off a deal to buy the club with one day to spare.
Inter can move to within a point of fourth place tonight, but first have to get past Udinese.
Genoa striker Alberto Gilardino has been diagnosed with a fractured bone in his hand.
Torino fans started a petition to move their game with Chievo, as it coincides with the anniversary of the Superga tragedy.
Cruzeiro and Brazil defender Dedè “is liked by Milan, but also tracked by other Italian clubs,” said his agent.
As expected, Cagliari President Massimo Cellino lodged an appeal against the Football League’s decision to block his Leeds buy-out.
Adel Taarabt’s agent said whether his Milan move becomes permanent depends on “if Clarence Seedorf remains.”
Claudio Marchisio will go all out to win the Europa League, but admits Juventus “haven’t won the Champions League in far too long.”
Manuel Pasqual has joined the lengthy Fiorentina injury list and is out for at least 10 days with a thigh strain.
Udinese have handed Albert Riera to feeder club Watford until the end of the season, just days after signing him.
Palermo forward Kyle Lafferty says he is enjoying playing for the club and intends to see out the remainder of his contract with the Sicilian side.
Marcello Lippi has described Juventus as ‘virtually unbeatable’ ahead of their match with Napoli on Sunday.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito says some Lazio players want to leave the club, strongly hinting that it is the club’s fans’ fault.