NEWS

Lazio are reportedly looking at 18-year-old Toulouse goalkeeper Alban Lafont, dubbed ‘the new Gianluigi Donnarumma’ by the Press.
Former Napoli defender Paolo Cannavaro admits that Dries Mertens 'has amazed us' with his goals this term.
Uruguayan midfielder Rodrigo Bentancur will reportedly undergo his Juventus medical in the coming weeks.
Torino striker Juan Iturbe reportedly reacted angrily to not being brought on as a substitute at the weekend.
Reports suggest that Inter sporting director Piero Ausilio will meet with the agent of Sampdoria forward Patrik Schick today.
Relations between Milan Coach Vincenzo Montella and President Silvio Berlusconi have become strained, according to reports.
Today's front page headlines in English from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Pescara released a statement denying Coach Massimo Oddo has offered his resignation, but there will be a decision tomorrow.
Cagliari Coach Massimo Rastelli felt they were having a “perfect” game up until Juventus broke the deadlock in a 2-0 home defeat.
President of the Referees’ Association Marcello Nicchi confirmed Serie A will scrap goal-line officials if VAR is introduced and is “disappointed” at recent errors.
Max Allegri wants “a spectacular Juventus, but an efficient one too, because if you don’t win then there’s no point.”
Gonzalo Higuain admits Juventus “didn’t start the way we wanted to against Cagliari,” but ultimately deserved victory with his brace.
Marco Giampaolo joked he won’t start supersub Patrik Schick because “otherwise they’ll sell him” after Sampdoria’s controversial win over Bologna.
Gonzalo Higuain bagged a brace either side of half-time as Juventus conquered 10-man Cagliari 2-0 at the Stadio Sant’Elia.
Mario Balotelli “lets his head drop and looks like he wants nothing to do with us,” said Nice teammate Valentin Eysseric.
Bologna Coach Roberto Donadoni blasted “incompetent” officials for awarding a non-existent penalty in their 3-1 defeat to Sampdoria.
Cagliari President Tommaso Giulini points out they “have nothing to lose” against Serie A leaders Juventus this evening.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta confirmed Paulo Dybala will sign a contract extension “at the end of the month” and there’s “no problem” with Max Allegri.
Marco Sau warned Cagliari “have always done well at the Sant’Elia” and want to beat Juventus this evening.
Bologna were leading for much of the game at Marassi, but a terrible penalty decision sparked a flurry of goals as Sampdoria won 3-1.
Juventus make changes to their all-star line-up for the trip to free-scoring Cagliari, starting Claudio Marchisio instead of Miralem Pjanic.
Join us for the build-up and action as it happens from all today’s seven Serie A games, from Crotone-Roma through Inter-Empoli to Cagliari-Juventus.
It is reported that Massimo Oddo is this evening considering resigning as Pescara Coach.
Giovanni Martusciello feels Empoli did all they could against Inter “We did not come here with a timid attitude.”
Sinisa Mihajlovic says Torino are capable of doing anything, both in a positive and negative sense.
Rolando Maran is “happy for Roberto Inglese” after his first Serie A hat-trick as Chievo conquered 10-man Sassuolo 3-1.
Diego Lopez concedes Palermo 'made too many mistakes' in their 3-1 defeat to Atalanta.
Eusebio Di Francesco concedes Sassuolo were “a little too distracted” after losing to Chievo and commits his future to the club.
Pescara sporting director Luca Leone says the club need to reflect after their latest Serie A capitulation.
Atalanta Coach Gian Piero Gasperini says his side are targeting Europe after victory over Palermo.
Simone Inzaghi acknowledges Milan “are good at taking men on, but we have our weapons too and they’ll need to be wary of us.”
Stefano Pioli noted Inter “proved we can get back on our feet after we fall down” with their 2-0 victory over Empoli.
Crotone Coach Davide Nicola wants to see “the same determination” they showed against Roma and Juventus replicated in smaller games.
Atalanta continue their march on Europe with a confident 3-1 victory away to Palermo, though there could’ve been many more goals.
Torino took a commanding 5-0 lead over Pescara, but their now traditional mid-match nap allowed the Delfini to get three back.

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