NEWS

Antonio Conte could be targeted by Arsenal come the end of the season, reports in the Italian Press have suggested this afternoon.
Inter scouts were spotted at Benifca last night, according to A Bola watching Spanish striker Rodrigo.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani has warned that there will be ‘no excuses’ ahead of the Rossoneri’s clash with Celtic.
The agent of Sampdoria’s Pedro Obiang says some big clubs admire his client, but nobody made an offer for him during the summer.
Roma captain Francesco Totti will help raise funds which are aimed at sending a little girl for life saving surgery in America.
Rafael Benitez will stick with his 4-2-3-1 formation in tonight’s Champions League tie between Napoli and Borussia Dortmund.
The President of the Lega Serie B admits he’d like Italy’s second tier to be reduced to 20 teams.
Verona’s Brazilian midfielder Raphael Martinho has made himself available to the Italian national side – even if he concedes a possible call-up may be some way off.
Valter Birsa is expected to make his Champions League debut for injury-hit Milan against Celtic tonight.
Anxious Palermo fans have been assured that Stefano Sorrentino and Abel Hernandez will not be sold during the January transfer window.
Alessandro Matri is hoping his move to Milan will help secure him a place at the 2014 World Cup with Italy.
Paolo Rossi is struggling to understand how Juventus didn’t win their Champions League game against FC Copenhagen.
Carlos Tevez’s performance during Juventus’ 1-1 draw with Copenhagen in the Champions League impressed Gianluca Vialli.
Leonardo Bonucci has defended Juventus’ performance in their disappointing 1-1 draw with Copenhagen.
Inter's Javier Zanetti says he is desperate to return to action – but he won’t rush his comeback from an Achilles tendon injury.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Antonio Conte felt the 1-1 draw with Copenhagen was “cursed. I don’t remember so many chances one-on-one with the goalkeeper.”
Stephan Lichtsteiner saw differences between this Copenhagen draw and last season’s with Nordsjaelland.
Paul Pogba felt Juventus “lacked the determination we usually have” in their 1-1 draw with Copenhagen.
Fabio Quagliarella scored in Copenhagen, but admits Juventus “dropped two points. We’re starting with an uphill struggle.”
Juventus dominated, hit the bar and forced numerous saves, but Fabio Quagliarella only got them a 1-1 draw in Copenhagen.
Genoa Coach Fabio Liverani joked about the ‘camouflage gear spying on Sampdoria’ after their 3-0 Derby victory.
Mario Gomez has thanked Fiorentina fans and maintains he was “fortunate” the knee injury will only keep him out for two months.
Keisuke Honda is playing for CSKA Moscow in the Champions League tonight, so will be cup-tied if he joins Milan in January.
Beppe Marotta reveals Juventus “turned down” Arturo Vidal and Paul Pogba offers and are targeting Champions League success.
Neil Lennon has warned Celtic don’t want to be seen as “gallant losers” in the Champions League against Milan.
Borussia Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp reveals Napoli “called” him this summer and playing at the San Paolo “will be a mystical experience.”
Juventus begin their Champions League campaign in Copenhagen with a reshuffled side.
Udinese have officially extended Luis Muriel’s contract to June 30 2018.
Milan have had to call up four youth team players for the Champions League tie with Celtic.
Barcelona midfielder Gerard Pique believes Juventus can win the Champions League and Milan “remain complicated rivals.”
Lazio forward Sergio Floccari believes Europa League opponents Legia Warsaw “will come out and attack us.”
Borussia Dortmund star Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was close to joining Napoli, but “Rafa Benitez preferred Jose Maria Callejon.”
Celtic striker Anthony Stokes warns they are “playing against some of the best sides in Europe,” starting with Milan tomorrow.
Massimiliano Allegri has responded to comments made by Alexandre Pato, criticising Milan for his injuries.

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