NEWS

Beppe Marotta has confirmed Juventus “will evaluate what the transfer market offers us in January.”
Agent Mino Raiola warns “Zlatan Ibrahimovic won’t end his career at PSG,” while Stephan El Shaarawy turned down offers from London.
Cagliari crushed Pescara 4-2 with a Thiago Ribeiro hat-trick to set up a Coppa Italia Fifth Round trip to Juventus.
Vladimir Petkovic warns his players and the other Europa League teams that Lazio “will play to win” away to Maribor.
Roma Coach Zdenek Zeman insists Daniele De Rossi “is not a problem, but he has not integrated himself into the squad.”
Giorgio Chiellini, Paul Pogba and Sebastian Giovinco are in the starting XI as Juventus must earn a point at Shakhtar Donetsk to continue their Champions League adventure.
Wesley Sneijder has broken Inter’s Twitter embargo to send a message to fans, confirming he has “not been called up for tomorrow!!!”
The Calciopoli civil trial is still dragging on and today ex-Juventus general manager Antonio Giraudo had his sentence reduced to 20 months.
Mathieu Flamini’s contract with Milan expires at the end of the season, so he has left the door open for a January move to Olympique Marseille.
Francesco Guidolin prepares for Udinese’s last European tie of the season against Liverpool and feels “it was a great adventure.”
Napoli have been hit with a late injury ahead of their Europa League tie against PSV Eindhoven on Thursday.
Italian club Udinese have confirmed that they are keeping an eye on Gremio player Naldo.
Giancarlo Antognoni has been impressed by the improvements of Roma’s Pablo Daniel Osvaldo since his struggles at Fiorentina.
Napoli have already qualified from their Europa League group, but Edinson Cavani will still play against PSV Eindhoven on Thursday.
The agent of Mario Balotelli insists that the Manchester City man won’t join Milan. “He costs as much as the Mona Lisa.”
Fiorentina’s David Pizarro has flown home to Chile after the midfielder’s sister died.
Alberto Paloschi has been likened to legendary Italian striker Filippo Inzaghi by Chievo Verona teammate Gennaro Sardo.
Genoa are reportedly on the verge of signing Udinese striker Antonio Floro Flores who is currently on loan at Granada.
Inter boss Andrea Stramaccioni has again insisted that he is the only man who decides whether Wesley Sneijder plays or not.
Juan Jesus suspects that he wouldn’t still be at Inter had he not shined for Brazil at the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Alessandro Del Piero is set for a short spell on the sidelines after limping out of Sydney FC’s 0-0 draw with Melbourne Heart.
Inter chief Massimo Moratti is getting tired of Lazio’s suspicions that Modibo Diakite has agreed to join them next summer.
Pescara have admitted that they are interested in Lazio forwards Sergio Floccari and Libor Kozak.
Napoli’s Hugo Campagnaro has dismissed suggestions that he could join Inter during the January transfer window.
Lazio boss Vladimir Petkovic has named a 20-man squad for Thursday’s Europa League game against Maribor.
Leonardo Bonucci has rejected talk that Juventus will be playing for a draw at Shakhtar Donetsk this evening.
Javier Pastore has cooled reports that he could leave Paris Saint-Germain for Inter during the January transfer window.
Milan forward Bojan Krkic has admitted that he fears being drawn against former club Barcelona in the next round of the Champions League.
Francesco Acerbi says he’d welcome Manchester City and Italy ace Mario Balotelli to Milan. “I’d go and pick him up.”
Giorgio Chiellini will reportedly return to the Juventus side for this evening’s crucial Champions League game at Shakhtar Donetsk.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Zenit beat Milan at San Siro and are in the Europa League, but Coach Luciano Spalletti can’t help but feel “regret” at their Champions League campaign.
Massimiliano Allegri admits Zenit “were probably more motivated” than already-qualified Milan in the Champions League tonight.
Mathieu Flamini was “disappointed” with Milan’s home defeat to Zenit, “as we dominated the game.”
Massimo Ambrosini insists Milan “played better than Zenit and had the right spirit” despite their Champions League defeat.

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