NEWS

Juventus have Mirko Vucinic and Alessandro Matri in their 3-5-2 line-up against Sebastian Giovinco’s Parma this afternoon.
There have been clashes in Milan between around 200 drunk Arsenal fans and riot police in which one supporter suffered a slight head injury.
Palermo defender Matias Silvestre will probably be targeted by a top club at the end of the season, says his agent.
Zenit St Petersburg boss Luciano Spalletti wouldn’t be surprised to see Fabio Capello join Anzhi.
Valeri Bojinov feels that Juventus would be the right place for Parma star Sebastian Giovinco to be playing his football.
Former Italian international Matteo Ferrari is on the verge of signing a contract with Montreal Impact, the club have confirmed.
Julio Sergio has revealed that he rejected the opportunity to leave relegation-threatened Lecce last month.
Milan have refused to comment on whether Manchester City’s Carlos Tevez is still a transfer target.
Genoa have admitted that they may struggle over the next month while Alberto Gilardino is sidelined with injury.
Parma boss Roberto Donadoni has named a 20-man squad for this evening’s Serie A game against Juventus.
Ezequiel Lavezzi has cooled rumours of a summer exit by suggesting that he will remain at Napoli.
Gennaro Gattuso accepts that Milan were right to leave him out of their Champions League squad.
The Serie A influence at Paris Saint-Germain could get bigger in the summer with the arrival of Paolo Maldini.
Inter already have the man to replace Thiago Motta after his January exit to Paris Saint-Germain – Esteban Cambiasso.
Roma boss Luis Enrique could once again be forced to use Daniele De Rossi as a centre-back.
Parma director general Pietro Leonardi says it was crazy that his club didn’t face any competition for Sebastian Giovinco.
Juventus will take their unbeaten record to Parma this evening – the scene of their last competitive defeat.
There is a strong Serie A contingent in the latest Argentina squad – including new boys Erik Lamela and Hugo Campagnaro.
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi is reportedly already planning his next revolution at the club once this season comes to an end.
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Roberto Donadoni is fully aware of the strengths of Wednesday’s visitors Juventus, but he is adamant that his Parma side will not roll over.
Giulio Migliaccio has criticised former Palermo teammate Mauricio Pinilla for the manner of his goal celebrations at the weekend.
Pasquale Marino is determined to see a positive reaction from his Genoa side to recent travel-sickness, starting with Wednesday’s trip to Atalanta.
Serse Cosmi may see public appeals as ‘pathetic’, but it hasn’t stopped him asking Lecce’s fans for full support in the upcoming ‘key’ match with Siena.
Juventus have named their squad for the rearranged midweek League match with Parma and have to make do without Simone Pepe.
Arsene Wenger is full of admiration for Zlatan Ibrahimovic ahead of preparing his Arsenal team to face the tall Swede’s Milan in the Champions League.
Massimo Moratti has again reiterated that Inter’s troubles will only take time and patience to fix, in an address to supporters.
Massimo Taibi still rues the lack of faith he feels Sir Alex Ferguson showed in him during the Italian goalkeeper’s short spell at Manchester United.
Juventus are in no rush to hand Andrea Pirlo a new contract at the club, his agent has commented on Tuesday.
Catania have tightened their grip on Argentine defender Nicolas Spolli by extending his contract.
Milan stopper Thiago Silva has underlined that there is more to Arsenal than just Robin Van Persie.
There are just three Serie A based players in the Brazil squad for their friendly against Bosnia at the end of this month.
Juventus boss Antonio Conte has demanded victory when his side face Parma on Wednesday in their re-arranged Serie A tie.
Massimiliano Allegri is expecting Zlatan Ibrahimovic to make an impact in the Champions League tie against Arsenal.
Fiorentina official Vincenzo Guerini has responded to questions about the futures of Stevan Jovetic and Riccardo Montolivo.

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