NEWS

Roberto Donadoni is trying to focus Parma on Udinese as he complains the extended transfer session is “irritating.”
Catania boss Rolando Maran wants “revenge” for last season’s defeat to Inter. “We still have that bitter taste in our mouths.”
Alessandro Matri could get his Milan debut tonight against Cagliari. “It’s a unique emotion to be back where you grew up.”
Genoa Coach Fabio Liverani hopes they can challenge Fiorentina’s quality with “aggression, hunger and pace.”
Can Milan get their first points of the campaign with Alessandro Matri against Cagliari? Inter face a tricky Catania trip and Roma challenge giant-killers Verona.
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Vladimir Petkovic was again forced to rue Lazio mistakes against Juventus and sent a message to the club about Burak Yilmaz.
Antonio Conte can’t help but be pleased after Juventus beat Lazio 4-1, particularly the “spectacular opening 25 minutes.”
Empoli sent Palermo to a shock home defeat, Novara squeezed past Siena in stoppages and Carpi-Padova was abandoned.
Arturo Vidal netted twice with Mirko Vucinic and Carlos Tevez as Juventus flattened Lazio 4-1 in Turin, but Hernanes got himself sent off.
Luca Antonini sent a touching message to fans and teammates after his move to Genoa. “I gave my heart for Milan.”
Lazio President Claudio Lotito insists Burak Yilmaz is not a target, but “we will announce a new arrival on Monday.”
Hellas Verona have officially signed defender Rafael Marques from Atletico Mineiro.
Rafa Benitez was impressed by Napoli’s 4-2 victory over Chievo and revealed Marek Hamsik “has more tactical intelligence than Steven Gerrard.”
Lazio seek revenge against Juventus for the Super Cup thrashing, as Carlos Tevez and Paul Pogba take on Hernanes and Miroslav Klose.
Gonzalo Higuain broke his Serie A duck while Marek Hamsik and Alberto Paloschi bagged braces in Napoli’s thrilling 4-2 win at Chievo.
Alessandro Matri and Valter Birsa are already in the Milan squad to face Cagliari tomorrow evening.
Real Madrid Coach Carlo Ancelotti is confident “Milan will certainly do everything to get” Kaka.
Francesco Guidolin takes “full responsibility” for Udinese’s Europa League elimination and demands concentration against Parma.
Milan have agreed to exchange Luca Antonini with Genoa midfielder Valter Birsa.
Napoli aim to continue their strong start to the season with a visit to Chievo this evening, as Gonzalo Higuain starts despite his accident.
Inter have named their squad for Sunday’s difficult trip to Catania, including Walter Samuel and Wallace.
Cagliari Coach Diego Lopez insists he doesn’t feel like “a newcomer” and faces his mentor Max Allegri at Milan tomorrow.
Juventus have officially signed Barcelona youth product Sergio Buenacasa.
Verona Coach Andrea Mandorlini fears Roma, but after beating Milan insists his men “will face them with humility and respect.”
Massimiliano Allegri is pleased to have Alessandro Matri at Milan, said goodbye to Kevin-Prince Boateng and confirms “we could do with Kaka.”
Livorno have officially signed defender Andrea Coda on loan from Udinese.
Vincenzo Montella is not worried by poor form for Mario Gomez and Neto, but admits Fiorentina “are paying for the need to amaze.”
Rudi Garcia reveals Daniele De Rossi would reject a Manchester United offer. “He is a man of his word and will stay with Roma.”
Walter Mazzarri warned Inter will “run into real difficulties” against Catania on Sunday and has plans for Mateo Kovacic.
Torino have officially signed Giovanni Pasquale on loan from Udinese after Andrea Dossena failed a medical.
Adem Ljajic and Kevin Strootman are in Roma’s squad for the game with Verona on Sunday.
Massimiliano Allegri explains why Milan signed Alessandro Matri from Juventus. “It’s the perfect partnership with Mario Balotelli.”
Gigi Di Biagio has called five new faces for the Italy Under-21 games against Cyprus and Belgium, including Kingsley Boateng.
Catania have officially signed midfielder Tiberio Guarente from Sevilla, so he makes his return to Serie A.

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