NEWS

UEFA President Michel Platini has suggested scrapping yellow and red cards, as well as bans, in favour of a ‘sin bin.’
Stefano Pioli is still furious after Bologna’s Coppa Italia exit, but warns they must “believe” against Juventus.
Francesco Totti took part in training today, though it remains to be seen whether he could recover for Sunday’s Roma-Fiorentina.
Johnny Heitinga’s agent confirmed he’s likely to leave Everton in January and “would like to play in Italy.”
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani confirmed Keisuke Honda in January, turned down Francesco Lodi and “won’t rule out surprises.”
Italian media claim Stevan Jovetic or Dani Osvaldo will return to Serie A in January as Inter patron Erick Thohir’s first buy.
Inter captain Javier Zanetti is aged 40, but still not sure what to do with his career. “I don’t see myself as a Coach.”
Gabriel Batistuta complained Mario Balotelli “really gets on my nerves” for wasting his talent.
Cristian Chivu’s future at Inter and in the game is in doubt, as his agent describes his recovery from injury as at ‘a delicate situation’.
Antonio Conte has praised Paul Pogba for his response to picking up the 2013 Golden Boy, and commented on Juventus’ young supporters earning a fine.
The Gazzetta dello Sport report that Milan sporting director Ariedo Braida will negotiate his exit in the coming weeks.
Napoli reportedly face three obstacles to their desire to sign Javier Mascherano from Barcelona in January.
Inter owner and President Erick Thohir has confirmed that Walter Mazzarri has asked him for a striker and he is likely to oblige.
Paolo Cannavaro’s agents have mused on why the defender is out of favour at Napoli and revealed there was a deal with Inter in the summer.
Antonio Conte will pick the most appropriate team to face Bologna, has updated on Stephan Lichtsteiner and brushed off contract renewal speculation.
Eugenio Corini had little to complain about in seeing his Chievo side comfortably advance to the next round of the Coppa Italia.
Giulio Migliaccio has commented that Atalanta’s win over Sassuolo came about thanks to their collective desire to progress and face Napoli.
Barbara Berlusconi’s latest activity reportedly has her drawing up initial plans for the future of Milan’s Stadio Giuseppe Meazza.
Walter Mazzarri recognised the lack of maturity in his Inter side and admitted his desire to give younger players a chance almost backfired.
Andrea Ranocchia reminded his Inter teammates after their scare against Trapani that they ‘cannot lose focus’.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Inter almost fumbled a 3-0 lead over Serie B minnows Trapani, a 3-2 victory setting up a date with Udinese.
Italy will be hoping Friday’s World Cup draw doesn’t resemble the rehearsal, or they’d face Brazil, France and Australia.
Atalanta ended Sassuolo’s good form with a 2-0 Coppa Italia result, sending them through to face Napoli.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta is confident Paul Pogba “will win the Ballon d’Or one day and I hope we can achieve great things together.”
Croatia international Mateo Kovacic is struggling for space at Inter and could be loaned out in January.
Chievo continued their revival under Eugenio Corini, thumping Reggina 4-1 in the Coppa Italia to set up a date with Fiorentina.
Borja Valero has become a fan favourite at Fiorentina, is open to playing for Italy and told Spanish media “this is where I belong.”
Miralem Pjanic reveals the reason behind Roma’s recent struggles. “It’s not easy to play without Francesco Totti.”
Milan have suffered another injury, as Matias Silvestre will be out for at least two weeks with a thigh strain.
Mario Balotelli sent out an appeal to media and fans, confessing to an Inter regret. “I want to live like a normal person.”
Gabriel Batistuta admits Fiorentina “have been unique in my life” after returning to the Stadio Franchi.
The Italian Prime Minister is flying to Warsaw, as 22 Lazio fans are still being held almost a week on from a Europa League game.
Roma goalkeeper Julio Sergio Bertagnoli has officially terminated his contract by mutual consent.
Dimitar Berbatov could be heading to Serie A in January after his agent announced he’ll seek a Fulham exit.

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