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Juventus and Roma will reportedly again meet on Wednesday to discuss a possible January move for David Pizarro.
Inter have emerged as a rival to Milan in the chase to sign Carlos Tevez from Manchester City this month.
Cesena have confirmed that numerous Serie A sides are interested in key midfielder Marco Parolo.
Juventus legend Franco Causio has questioned the Old Lady’s decision to sign Marco Borriello from Roma.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
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Milan’s Alberto Aquilani insists he has “absolutely no bitterness towards Juventus,” but notes the huge changes since he left.
Antonio Floro Flores has put himself forward as the replacement for Alberto Gilardino. “If Fiorentina were to call...”
Simone Pepe realises 2011 “was the year I reached football maturity. I even learned to score goals” for Juventus and Italy.
Catania are looking to Boca Juniors star Facundo Roncaglia and could use Mariano Andujar as part of the deal.
According to the latest reports, Juventus have finalised details to sign Marco Borriello on loan from Roma with an option to buy for €7.5m.
Walter Mazzarri hails Napoli’s “memorable 2011 that was beyond our rosiest expectations. We proved we belong in the Champions League.”
Italian international Mario Balotelli deserves “a kick on the a***” for smoking, says Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini.
Andrea Pirlo looks forward to a great 2012 for himself and Juventus. “Our hunger is growing, victory after victory.”
It’s reported Udinese have agreed a deal for ex-Chievo midfielder Gelson Fernandes to arrive in January.
It is increasingly likely Inter will loan out Luc Castaignos in January, as Bologna join the list of potential clubs.
Bortolo Mutti is confident he can turn Palermo around in 2012. “It has been a positive start and I can’t wait to start training intensively.”
Martin Caceres “has Juventus in his destiny and will be a warrior for Antonio Conte,” said the Sevilla talent’s agent.
President Aurelio De Laurentiis looks back on “a year of great growth and excellent results” ahead of Napoli’s 2012 gift Eduardo Vargas.
Antonio Conte “could not have imagined being top of the table” going into 2012, as his Juventus plan is progressing much quicker than expected.
As Alberto Gilardino prepares to join Genoa, Amauri admits he’d love to be his replacement at Fiorentina. “I’d accept with great enthusiasm.”
Italian Under-21 international Federico Macheda is “95 per cent” certain to join Queens Park Rangers from Manchester United next month.
It is reported Milan will sacrifice Alexandre Pato to PSG so they can sign Carlos Tevez, then Mario Balotelli in July.
Francesco Guidolin hopes 2012 will bring more of the same for Udinese, “so we can keep the fans dreaming.”
Leonardo Bonucci looks forward to a great 2012 from the camp in Dubai. “Now they all fear Juventus. The future depends only on us.”
Mariano Andujar “has played his final game for Catania,” confirmed general manager Pietro Lo Monaco following a huge row.
The nominations for the Oscar del Calcio have been announced, including Claudio Marchisio, Edinson Cavani, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Antonio Di Natale.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
As Juventus and Roma conclude negotiations on the loan transfer of striker Marco Borriello, reports indicate they will also open talks on David Pizarro.
Napoli’s sporting director Riccardo Bigon has dampened reports that the club are going to bring any more players in during the January transfer window.
Roma are reportedly set to have a new shareholder in the form of American Basketball star Kevin Garnett of the Boston Celtics.
Former Parma, Juventus and Milan tactician Carlo Ancelotti has been confirmed as the new Coach of Ligue 1 side Paris Saint-Germain.
Alberto Gilardino has given his first reaction to his anticipated January transfer from Fiorentina to Genoa.
Stefano Pioli is confident Bologna can avoid relegation this season and admitted that there is likely to be some transfer activity in January.
Giovanni Trapattoni has reflected on Cristiano Doni’s latest alleged involvement in a betting scandal to hit Italy.

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