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Ajax defender Niklas Moisander’s agent has confirmed that ‘several’ Italian clubs are tracking the defender.
Andrea Agnelli says Juventus always look to win every game, as he and Torino counterpart Urbano Cairo preview the Turin derby.
Lukasz Skorupski’s agent won’t encourage talk of a January exit from Roma, but he admits the ‘keeper ‘would like to play more’.
Walter Zenga says he is currently not looking for a coaching role in Italian football, but that if offered, he’d accept the Napoli job.
Norberto Neto’s agent has denied talks with Roma and links elsewhere, saying the only concrete negotiations are with Fiorentina.
Paulo Dybala says that Argentina remains his ‘dream’, but that a call from Italy Coach Antonio Conte could sway him.
Roberto Mancini celebrates turning 50 with Inter and remarks on the importance of having a united atmosphere at the club.
Milan’s in-house television channel is reporting that Giampaolo Pazzini will not be leaving the club in January.
Walter Sabatini has looked to play down a report of Roma’s players visiting a strip club after their Champions League match against CSKA Moscow.
Walter Sabatini says that the criticism aimed at Kevin Strootman for his part in Roma’s conceded equaliser at CSKA Moscow is ‘disrespectful’.
Roma's Vasilis Torosidis will face at least a week on the sidelines after being diagnosed with a calf strain.
Paolo Maldini has backed Mattia De Sciglio to emulate his Milan career - and admits he supported Juventus as a child.
The Italian Referee’s Association have announced the referees for this weekend’s Serie A fixtures with Daniele Orsato taking charge of the Derby della Mole.
Morgan De Sanctis now accepts blame for CSKA Moscow’s equaliser on Tuesday after reviewing television footage.
Fernando Llorente has issued a rallying cry, saying Juventus must beat Atletico Madrid and win their Champions League group.
Cesare Prandelli has been relieved of his duties as Galatasaray manager, according to reports in Turkey.
Inter are reportedly weighing up a move for Miguel Angel Moya of Atletico Madrid, with Samir Handanovic’s future in the balance.
Cristian Zapata says he was sorry to see Massimiliano Allegri leave Milan, and calls the derby a ‘wasted opportunity’.
Cristian Zapata has criticised Milan Coach Filippo Inzaghi for his rotation policy, blaming a lack of continuity for his own patchy form.
Alessandro Nesta is set to return to the pitch, with the defender ready to join Marco Materazzi in India.
Juventus reportedly face competition from Chelsea for Andrej Kramaric, while the striker says a Juve move would be ‘a dream’.
Fiorentina goalkeeper Neto is being linked with a move to Roma at the end of the season.
Former Inter defender Rolando could return to Italy with Juventus, according to reports.
Today's front page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Malmo accused the referee of favouring Juventus in their Champions League match, Coach Age Hareide calling it “a scandal.”
Carlos Tevez admits the dire Malmo pitch “actually favoured me” on the goal as Juventus won 2-0.
Diego Simeone left the door open for Alessio Cerci to leave Atletico Madrid in January.
Claudio Marchisio discussed his versatility after Juventus earned a 2-0 victory at Malmo and looks forward to Atletico Madrid.
Max Allegri wants Juventus to “go for it” against Atletico Madrid, but was “angry” at wasteful finishing in Malmo.
Fernando Llorente dedicated his Malmo goal to Juventus fans and warned “we want to top the group.”
Fernando Llorente and Carlos Tevez gave Juventus a precious 2-0 win in Malmo, so a draw against Atletico Madrid will qualify them.
Myron Markevych warned Dnipro “have nothing to lose” against Inter at San Siro, but is “pleased” with interest in Eugen Konoplyanka.
Nenad Tomovic assured Fiorentina “will do everything to win” against Guingamp to grab top spot in their Europa League group.
Napoli midfielder Jorginho is looking forward to Sparta Prague and knows “the importance of playing to win” the Europa League.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta has “never considered selling Paul Pogba” and warned there are “no alibis” against Malmo.

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