NEWS

Ex-Serie A Coach Claudio Onofri says that Fiorentina's ‘new B2’ prospects are good players, but not quite ready yet for the top flight.
Carlos Dunga says if he reveals why Douglas Maicon was suspended for Brazil, the player risks losing his contract with Roma and with his sponsors.
Inter's Erick Thohir and Milan's Barbara Berlusconi are meeting over lunch today to discuss the future of the Giuseppe Meazza Stadium, San Siro.
Parma’s Antonio Cassano was apparently pretty clear in drawing Roberto Donadoni’s attention to Francesco Totti's positioning yesterday.
FIFA agent Jose Alberti has criticised Napoli management, labelled the club ‘a real disaster’ and suggested Gonzalo Higuain is unhappy.
Juventus captain Gianluigi Buffon says Roma will fight for the Scudetto until the end, but that his team wants to go on amazing their supporters.
Pippo Inzaghi is being speculated as ready to change formation at Milan to handle the club’s growing list of injuries.
Juventus are thinking of Andre-Pierre Gignac from Olympique Marseille as a possible future reinforcement for their offence.
Liverpool have reportedly set their eyes set on Napoli's Gonzalo Higuain and are ready with a €45m offer.
Napoli are looking at Marseille’s winger Andre Ayew as a reinforcement for the January window, as reported this morning by Il Mattino.
The Gazzetta dello Sport believe that Marco van Ginkel’s ankle injury will keep him out for approximately one month.
Riccardo Bigon says Napoli still have the confidence of the club and that the transfer market isn’t to blame for their form.
Aurelio De Laurentiis reportedly still holds faith in Rafa Benitez for the time-being, amid Napoli’s continued crisis.
Full-back Dodo has commented that Inter’s 2-0 victory against Atalanta in the midweek was inspired by anger felt from Week 3.
Eugenio Corini says he saw enough promise from Chievo’s defeat at Sampdoria to leave him encouraged going ahead.
Andrea Mandorlini praised his Verona’s side’s spirit and attack shown against Genoa, but admits they still ‘lack balance’.
Roma's long saga for the purchase of midfielder Adrien Rabiot from Paris Saint-Germain reportedly still can't find a resolution.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Roberto Donadoni felt Parma “deserved something more” than a 2-1 defeat to Roma this evening.
Vincenzo Montella insists he is “not worried” after Fiorentina’s goalless stalemate with Sassuolo.
Walter Mazzarri said Inter “need to be more clinical if we want to compete for the top” after a 2-0 win over Atalanta.
Rafa Benitez said Napoli “need to be helped at this moment,” but denied he risks the sack after a 3-3 with Palermo.
Gokhan Inler said Napoli players take the blame for a 3-3 draw with Palermo. “It’s our fault.”
Massimiliano Allegri said he is changing Juventus because “players don’t need to be caged by tactics.”
Rudi Garcia said Roma solved their problems in Parma by “watching Miralem Pjanic score a genius free kick.”
Napoli threw away a 2-0 lead and were pegged back 3-3 by Palermo as Andrea Belotti netted twice.
Juventus swept Cesena aside, but Roma needed a late Miralem Pjanic gem to conquer Parma and Inter won with a Daniel Osvaldo volley.
Inter give Rodrigo Palacio his first start of the season as Atalanta try to make it three San Siro wins in a row.
Fiorentina have to reshuffle amid an injury crisis as they welcome stuttering Sassuolo to the Stadio Franchi.
Roma visit their former star Antonio Cassano, but both they and Parma have an injury crisis to contend with.
Napoli are in crisis and Rafa Benitez makes yet more changes as they host impressive Palermo.
Juventus have high hopes of maintaining their 100 per cent record against newly-promoted Cesena.
Napoli striker Gonzalo Higuain said “Rafa Benitez is right when he says we must all stay united” against Palermo.
Napoli are reportedly pushing to sign Parma and Ghana midfielder Afriyie Acquah in January.
Ederson’s agent said the Lazio midfielder is “completely healed” and his continued absence is a club decision.

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