NEWS

Former Juventus Coach Marcello Lippi believes the Bianconeri will pip Roma to this season’s Scudetto.
Liverpool target Mattia Perin says he will not leave Genoa in January, insisting he feels at home at Marassi.
Milan have reportedly had a bid rejected for Dinamo Zagreb midfielder Marcelo Brozovic.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says Inter’s offer for Lukas Podolski is ‘a joke’, and hopes the player will stay.
Empoli defender Daniele Rugani admits he is ‘honoured’ by reports that he could return to Juventus as he discusses his 2014.
Radja Nainggolan could cost Roma up to €10m according to reports, after Cagliari raised their asking price.
Juventus target Rolando rejected a move to Roma in the summer, the player’s agent has revealed.
The agent of Milan wing-back Pablo Armero believes his client will remain with the club until June, and dismisses transfer talk.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic could look to finish his career in Serie A with Roma, according to reports in the Swedish Press.
Roberto Mancini admits that Inter are interested in signing Lukas Podolski, and says he’s not angry about being rejected by Alessio Cerci.
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Real Madrid Coach Carlo Ancelotti says it's ‘a nice feeling’ to play against Milan and to find a colleague in his former player Filippo Inzaghi.
Ivan Strinic is on the verge of completing his Napoli switch after passing a medical today, but the club takes issue with reports over Juan Zuniga.
Alex admits that playing Real Madrid will be a challenge and says that returning to the Champions League must be Milan's target.
Alessandro Diamanti and Alberto Gilardino may be transfer targets in Italy but reports suggest Guangzhou Evergrande are unwilling to lose them.
Riccardo Montolivo says Milan’s target is to ‘immediately’ return to Champions League qualification, as he stresses the importance of a solid defence.
Roma midfielder Alessandro Florenzi is expected to renew his contract with the club in the first week of 2015.
Inter's deal to sign Arsenal's Lukas Podolski is almost done, but the two clubs are still haggling over the price.
Fiorentina are considering the option of re-signing striker Adrian Mutu, but the decision will come down to Coach Vincenzo Montella.
Paris Saint-German have reported that Ezequiel Lavezzi will stay in the French capital to train, rather than join his teammates for the friendly against Inter.
Genoa are looking to close the deal for Galatasaray's Goran Pandev within the next 24 hours, say reports.
Mehdi Benatia sees Roma's 7-1 loss to Bayern Munich as a ‘one-off’, and speaks on the differences between Italian and German football.
Cagliari President Tommaso Giulini praises the newly appointed Gianfranco Zola and says he will not reveal the ‘exact reason’ for sacking Zdenek Zeman.
Newly-appointed Gianfranco Zola says he'll bring his ‘Premier League experience’ to Cagliari so he can have the team ‘show their value’.
Alessio Cerci thanks Atletico Madrid’s fans and says he cannot wait to complete formalities on his move to Milan.
Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric believes compatriot Mateo Kovacic ‘deserves move’ than being at current side Inter.
Croatian striker Andrej Kramaric had long been linked with Juventus, but reports indicate he is now more likely to head to Chelsea.
Manchester United are apparently considering Milan defender Adil Rami and may offer striker Javier Hernandez in exchange.
In the wake of links with Juventus, Franco Vazquez outlines that his focus is on Palermo, even if also admitting ‘everyone wants to grow professionally’.
Details are circulating about a reported offer from Napoli for Torino full-back Matteo Darmian, involving €3m, Omar El Kaddouri and Duvan Zapata.
Stephan El Shaarawy is again reported as no longer considered untouchable by Milan, and it is suggested he could be available for a fee of €15m.
Filippo Inzaghi may test Stephan El Shaarawy in the friendly against Real Madrid, who are expected to deploy their star attack in full.
Miguel Angel Gil Marin says Atletico Madrid signed Fernando Torres strictly for sporting reasons, and is confident he will ‘continue competing at the same level’.
Reports suggest that a loan deal for Arsenal’s Lukas Podolski to Inter has been agreed, and he could arrive in time to face Juventus.
Palermo playmaker Franco Vazquez is gathering attention from Juventus, but a deal seems unlikely before the summer.

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