NEWS

Fabio Quagliarella aims to build on last week’s hat-trick as Torino visit Luca Toni’s stuttering Hellas Verona.
Bologna conquered Crotone to close on the leaders, Livorno won a seven-goal thriller with Bari and Frosinone’s comeback beat Lanciano.
Roberto Mancini asked Inter fans to “trust” him and defended Andrea Ranocchia ahead of the dangerous Palermo game.
Juventus full-back Patrice Evra’s wife was robbed in Turin, reports Italian media.
President Ermir Kodra reveals they sold Parma to Slovenian-Italian investors and “the financial situation was not what we were told.”
Sinisa Mihajlovic assured Samuel Eto’o “apologised and is at our disposal” for Sampdoria’s clash with Sassuolo.
Parma’s game with Chievo is snowed off, but Roberto Donadoni warned club chaos has “reached the point of no return.”
Mohamed Salah could make his Fiorentina debut tomorrow against Atalanta, but Juan Manuel Vargas is ruled out.
Injury-ravaged Roma named their squad for Cagliari, but Francesco Totti remains in doubt with flu.
Rudi Garcia assures he is at Roma “to win trophies” and wants “everyone to give something more” against Cagliari.
Rafa Benitez told Napoli to focus on one game at a time, starting from Udinese, and brushed off PSG interest.
Italian media claim Cesare Prandelli has turned down an offer to become Coach of Japan.
Napoli are without Giandomenico Mesto against Udinese, while David Lopez remains in doubt.
Francesco Totti is a major doubt for Roma’s trip to Cagliari, as he is suffering from flu symptoms.
Sunday’s Serie A match Parma v Chievo has been snowed off and more could well follow.
Sebastian Giovinco implies Max Allegri pushed him out of Juventus, but he already “feels at home” with Toronto FC.
Alvaro Morata believes Juventus and Serie A are “university for strikers,” while Max Allegri is “a bit Carlo Ancelotti and a bit Jose Mourinho.”
Vincenzo Montella laughed off “gossip” of a future at Milan and is impressed with Mohamed Salah ahead of Fiorentina-Atalanta.
Inter striker Mauro Icardi revealed he “knows nothing about football,” is anything but a party animal and how he reacted to Diego Maradona’s comments.
Cesena striker Gregoire Defrel is linked with Lazio and his agent said “almost every Serie A club has made enquiries.”
Reports intensify that Liverpool and Manchester United are tracking Inter goalkeeper Samir Handanovic.
Juventus are reportedly in talks with Sporting Kansas City teenage talent Erik Palmer-Brown.
Antonio Conte insisted he won’t resign as Italy Coach before Euro 2016, but today’s papers all claim he’s ready to quit.
Daniel Osvaldo is expected in Buenos Aires today for talks with Boca Juniors, who confirm they “just need the all-clear from Inter.”
Runaway Serie B leaders Carpi were pegged back to a draw at Trapani on Friday night.
Max Allegri, Pippo Inzaghi and Andrea Pirlo face their past tonight in Juventus-Milan, while Inter host Palermo, there’s Cagliari-Roma, Napoli-Udinese and Lazio-Genoa.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Alessio Tacchinardi expects former team Juventus to 'dominate the game' tomorrow against a Milan side he sees as ‘unwell’.
Former sporting director Giambattista Pastorello says there are ‘too many mysteries’ around the repeated sales of Parma.
Former Juventus striker Sebastian Giovinco says he had 'too many problems' in Italy, and wants to 'make history' with his new club Toronto FC.
Napoli winger José Callejon is reportedly set to request a transfer in the summer, with Atletico Madrid a likely candidate.
Davide Santon believes Inter are ‘younger and more inexperienced’ now, but that all they need is to ‘play together’.
Udinese midfielder Allan's agent says he is ‘ready for a great club like Napoli’, and that he would be ‘decisive’ with them.
Cagliari sporting director Francesco Marroccu updates on evolving deals with Roma for Radja Nainggolan, Davide Astori and Victor Ibarbo.
Juventus could pick Simone Padoin at right-back and welcome Arturo Vidal back, while Milan may debut their winter signings.

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