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Felipe Melo assures Inter are “giving 110 per cent to win the Scudetto” and discusses his bad-boy reputation.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini says Inter, Milan and “two English clubs” want Franco Vazquez, but he’ll stay until the summer.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini tips Juventus for the Scudetto ahead of their visit to Stadio Renzo Barbera.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Marek Hamsik admits “I honestly didn’t expect Napoli to be this successful” after 13 wins in 15 games.
Maurizio Sarri saw “another step forward” after Napoli beat Club Brugge and “avoided a collapse in motivation.”
Italy have closed again on England in the UEFA rankings thanks to this week’s results, above all Juventus beating Manchester City.
Dnipro Coach Myron Markevych was “realistic” about their chances of beating Lazio in the Europa League.
Napoli earned a fifth consecutive Europa League victory, beating Club Brugge 1-0 with a Vlad Chiriches volley.
Dnipro defender Douglas Silva admits “I’d like to play in Italy. Lazio in January? We’ll see…”
Urs Fischer was pleased Basel “played on a par with a very strong team” like Fiorentina, who were down to 10 men.
Davide Astori said the referee “could’ve ruined our season” in Fiorentina’s 2-2 draw with Basel. “We expect someone up to the task.”
Paulo Sousa was “proud” of his 10-man Fiorentina earning a 2-2 draw away to Basel, but Facundo Roncaglia “has to control his emotions.”
Stefano Pioli agreed Lazio’s training retreat “was constructive” after they beat Dnipro to win the Europa League group.
Marco Parolo is pleased that Lazio “only needed a point to qualify, but we won” 3-1 against Dnipro.
Fiorentina threw away a 2-0 lead in Basel and had Facundo Roncaglia sent off, so this 2-2 draw leaves Europa League qualification in the balance.
Lazio booked their spot in the Europa League Round of 32 after getting the better of last season’s Finalists Dnipro 3-1.
Napoli test out new tactics in the tense Europa League trip to Club Brugge, but Lorenzo Insigne pulls out.
Lazio director Igli Tare assured Coach Stefano Pioli “is not up for debate, but it’s true the performances are unconvincing.”
Fiorentina director general Andrea Rogg insists Mario Suarez was dropped after “a calm discussion” with Paulo Sousa.
Udinese defender Molla Wague reveals he was in the Mali hotel just before it was attacked by terrorists.
Lazio are struggling badly in Serie A, but can qualify for the next round of the Europa League against Dnipro.
Paulo Sousa returns to face his old club Basel as Fiorentina target Europa League Round of 32 qualification.
Follow all the build-up and action as it happens from Basel-Fiorentina, Lazio-Dnipro and Club Brugge-Napoli in the Europa League.
Mario Mandzukic will reportedly be given the all-clear to play when Juventus visit Palermo.
Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon is among the names nominated for this year’s FIFPro World XI.
Ravel Morrison’s decision to leave Lazio and fly back to England was reportedly not sanctioned by the club.
Defender Luca Antonelli wants a Milan renewal because “my dream is to end my career here”.
Omar El Kaddouri says the Europa League final is the "minimum" target for Napoli - "we’re one of the best teams in the competition".
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero says Sinisa Mihajlovic “abandoned” him, but Vincenzo Montella is “the best in the world”.
Daniele Orsato will be the referee for Monday’s top-of-the-table clash between Napoli and Inter.
Luca Antonelli discusses the upcoming fixtures - “we’re obliged to do well, we’re Milan”.
Inter could be without Geoffrey Kondogbia for Monday’s top-of-the-table showdown with Napoli.
Sampdoria have officially announced the termination of former Coach Walter Zenga’s contract.
Stefano Sturaro says it’s “useless” for Juventus to talk about the Scudetto - “we just have to go out to try and win every game”.