NEWS

Parma have announced they will hold a Press conference today, with an update expected on the club’s future.
Former Juventus midfielder Emerson advises Paul Pogba not to follow in his footsteps by leaving the club too early.
Juventus are still thought to be looking for a playmaker, with Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Chelsea’s Oscar on the shortlist.
New Roma signing Seydou Doumbia has spoken of his happiness after arriving in Italy for the first time.
Today's front page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
President Enrico Preziosi has told Luca Antonini he’s not part of Genoa’s plans after rejecting a transfer to Watford.
The agent of Empoli defender Daniele Rugani says the youngster isn’t moving to Juventus simply to make up the numbers.
Roma’s Victor Ibarbo says his recovery is progressing well, and calls on fans to back the team.
Torino midfielder Alessandro Gazzi has signed a one year contract extension, the Granata have announced.
Juventus full-back Stephan Lichtsteiner says that the club’s ‘big dream’ is to win the Champions League.
Reports in Spain suggest a transfer market Clasico between Barcelona and Real Madrid for Milan’s Mattia De Sciglio.
Andrea Barzagli is inching closer to a Juventus return, playing 75 minutes for the club’s youth team today.
Damiano Tommasi, President of the Italian footballer’s union the AIC calls the situation at Parma ‘very worrying’ and it's 'difficult' to see debts being settled.
There are reports that Juventus could rival Manchester United for the signature of Milan midfielder Nigel de Jong.
Dani Osvaldo’s Inter career is over, as the club officially announce the forward has joined Boca Juniors.
It’s rumoured that Juventus will wear three stars on their shirts next season, and will return to a pink away kit.
Daniele De Rossi has discussed his ‘love’ for Roma, and reveals that he turned down offers to leave the Giallorossi.
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio says Italy CT Antonio Conte has had no offers from club sides, and will remain in his post.
Gervinho has confirmed that he will return to Roma, after remaining in Africa following the death of a family member.
Italy have dropped one place in the latest FIFA rankings, and are ranked as the 12th best team in the world.
Roma midfielder Alessandro Florenzi refuses to discuss the Scudetto race, saying they’ll take it one game at a time.
Cristian Zaccardo says he was previously ‘never given a chance’ at Milan, but hopes to help them up the table now.
Inter striker Mauro Icardi has revealed the reason he didn’t celebrate a brace against Palermo on Sunday - his agent told him not to.
Davide Massa is appointed to officiate the Udinese-Lazio game, following controversy over the Italian refereeing system.
After another exciting, extra extended Serie A round, Dave Taylor selects his best XI performers from Week 22.
Sampdoria's Luis Muriel says he has found a club that shows faith in him, whilst he reflects on how he has had to grow in Serie A.
Gervinho reportedly cancels his return flight from the Ivory Coast after a family bereavement, and may not be back for Roma's next game.
New York clubs Cosmos and Red Bulls reportedly eye Roma's Daniele De Rossi for an MLS-NASL move at the end of his contract in 2016.
Former referee and AIA commissioner Luigi Agnolin says that Claudio Lotito chose the wrong time to speak, and that eliminating referee errors is ‘utopian’.
Manchester United apparently prepare €40m for Inter's Mauro Icardi as a possible replacement for Radamel Falcao, who does not rule out a move to Italy.
Sporting director Piero Ausilio says that Juventus and Milan 'lost style' over their recent falling out, unlike Inter.
Juventus are still 'a few steps behind' the major teams in the Champions League, says Pavel Nedved, but they can 'have their say' against anyone.
Juventus director Pavel Nedved claims the club is attacked in spite of being the strongest team, and talks of Italy's youth.
President James Pallotta is expected within the week to close the operation that will provide Roma with a financial backing of €175m.
AIA President Marcello Nicchi hits out at FIGC counterpart Carlo Tavecchio for his decision to favour the clubs over the referees.

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