NEWS

Ricky Saponara could be set to leave Milan for pastures new in the next transfer market window, with Parma and Fiorentina linked.
Maurizio Zamparini has expressed his hope that Palermo’s star players will remain with the club long-term.
Maurizio Zamparini is seeking new investors in Palermo, whilst warning that the Rosanero can’t get carried away after beating Milan.
Douglas Maicon looks to have not recovered from his knee injury in time to be in Roma contention for the game against Bayern Munich on Wednesday.
Pablo Armero’s agent has said that the player wants to stay at Milan to play some part in the Rossoneri’s season.
Milan forward Fernando Torres says that he still wants to be involved with Vicente del Bosque’s Spain in the near future.
FIFA have confirmed that they are considering moving the 2022 World Cup in Qatar to a winter schedule.
President Claudio Lotito says that Inter counterpart Erick Thohir is settling well into the world of Italian football.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito believes that Roma ground is at risk at not being built because of safety concerns.
Marcello Lippi has revealed that he could be tempted back into a coaching role, but only on the international stage.
Inter Coach Walter Mazzarri has upcoming fixtures with Saint-Etienne and Verona to apparently fend off the threat of being replaced.
Fiorentina have suffered another setback to their striking department, with the news that Federico Bernardeschi has fractured his ankle.
Simone Padoin could be thrust into the Juventus side to face Olympiacos tomorrow night, should Kwadwo Asamoah fail a fitness test.
Massimiliano Allegri has issued a rallying cry to Juventus fans ahead of the all-important Champions League game with Olympiacos tomorrow night.
Massimiliano Allegri says his Juventus side will need nerves of steel if they are to beat Olympiacos and reignite their Champions League campaign.
Massimiliano Allegri has called on Juventus to beat Olympiacos tomorrow night in their do-or-die Champions League clash: “We have to win.”
Claudio Marchisio has defended Juventus’ record in Europe, insisting the Old Lady only need to improve in getting the result their play deserves.
Juventus legend Alessandro Del Piero believes that Italian football is making an effort to re-establish itself among the world’s best.
Paul Pogba could become the highest paid player in Serie A if he stays with Juventus for the next three years, it has been reported.
Antonio Conte could field Lorenzo Insigne in central midfield in Italy’s upcoming matches with Croatia and Albania.
Roberto Martinez could be headhunted for the San Siro hotseat should Inter dispense with the services of Walter Mazzarri, according to reports.
Ignazio Abate believes Milan must rediscover a sense of humility after being crushed at home by Palermo.
Inter director general Marco Fassone says there is no crisis at Inter, but admitted the Nerazzurri expected to do better.
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Pippo Inzaghi said Palermo “deserved the victory” after a “bad Milan performance, but it can help us grow.”
Palermo Coach Beppe Iachini said confidence and hard work paid off in a surprise 2-0 victory away to Milan.
Palermo scored twice in 120 seconds for a shock but thoroughly deserved 2-0 victory over Milan at San Siro.
Andrea Mandorlini sees Monday’s trip to Cesena as “an important opportunity” for Verona to pick up points.
Cesena host Verona tomorrow evening and Coach Pierpaolo Bisoli insists it represents “a new beginning.”
Milan have Fernando Torres, Riccardo Saponara and Diego Lopez back in the starting XI against unpredictable Palermo as they fight for third.
Rolando Maran got his first point on the Chievo bench and is sure “we can fight to the end with this spirit.”
Stefano Colantuono is happy with “an excellent point” Atalanta earned away to Torino.
Eusebio Di Francesco was just glad to keep picking up points after Sassuolo’s goalless draw at Chievo.
Andrea Stramaccioni gave Udinese a stern talking to after a 4-2 home defeat to Genoa. “We’ve lost humility.”
Giampiero Ventura complained Torino “were denied a penalty” in their 0-0 draw with Atalanta.

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