Stephan Lichtsteiner is on the verge of renewing with Juventus, with courtship from Manchester United turned down at least until the summer.
Paul Pogba sees Juventus’ limits as ‘all a matter of mindset’ and says if they can exploit Borussia Dortmund’s weaknesses, ‘something special can happen’.
Veteran Coach Arrigo Sacchi says that Juventus are a better team than Roma, and that the latter will need to do ‘something exceptional’.
Roberto Mancini is optimistic about Atletico Madrid striker Alessio Cerci landing at Inter, and discusses other prospects for the mercato.
With striker Mattia Destro's departure again up for discussion, Roma are reportedly looking at Christian Benteke to replace him.
Milan may reportedly use the money saved from the departure of Fernando Torres to fund a move for Roma's Mattia Destro.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani denies that an agreement has been reached with Atletico Madrid for Alessio Cerci, but is enigmatic about the future.
Roberto Mancini says Inter can ‘return to victory’ just as Manchester City did, whilst it would be ‘an honour’ to someday manage Italy.
Rafa Benitez may leave Napoli this summer for family reasons and insufficient resources, but Aurelio De Laurentiis still hopes to keep him.
Liverpool are showing interest in Roma's Radja Nainggolan and may pounce on the Giallorossi’s co-ownership status with Cagliari.
Former West Ham Coach Gianfranco Zola looks in line for a return to Cagliari, as Walter Zenga says he has turned down the role.
The return leg between the two title favourites Roma and Juventus will take place on a Monday night as the Lega Serie A announce scheduling changes.
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Former Cagliari President Massimo Cellino will be allowed to remain on the Leeds United board, pending an appeal.
Juventus are among the clubs looking at Fiorentina ‘keeper Neto, but Roma are not according to the latest rumours.
Angers midfielder Sofiane Boufal is a target for both Juventus and Milan, according to the player’s agent.
Lazio midfielder Ogenyi Onazi admits that he ‘could not say no’ to Liverpool if the English side were to make an offer.
Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Paulinho is reportedly a target for Inter in the January transfer window.
There are reports that Cagliari have offered Walter Zenga an 18-month contract to take over as Coach, following the sacking of Zdenek Zeman.
Porto defender Rolando is reportedly Juventus’ primary target in the January transfer window, with Andrea Barzagli still out.
Manchester United midfielder Adnan Januzaj could be set for a loan move Inter, if reports in Italy are to be believed.
Reports in the British Press are linking Mario Balotelli with a return to Inter, with Saido Berahino replacing him at Liverpool.
Fiorentina could look to Palermo striker Franco Vazquez to solve their attacking injury crisis, according to reports.
Roma President James Pallotta has ruled out the possibility of Kevin Strootman moving to Manchester United.
The Spanish striker is on loan at San Siro from the English Premier League side, with the deal agreed to span two years.
Roma President James Pallotta insists the club’s new stadium will be a boost for the entire city, not just his club.
Milan and Inter are reportedly locked in a transfer battle for Atletico Madrid’s Alessio Cerci.
Roma are in pole position to secure the signature of Fiorentina’s Neto, according to reports today.
Zdenek Zeman has been relieved of his duties as Cagliari Coach, the club has confirmed.
Fredy Guarin discusses Roberto Mancini’s impact at Inter, saying the Coach gives the players ‘so much confidence’.
Atletico Madrid’s German Burgos admits that a return to the club for Milan’s Fernando Torres would be ‘wonderful’.
Roma Coach Rudi Garcia has praised Giallorossi fans, and discusses his man-management style.
Italy CT Antonio Conte is said to be furious after being given just 19 days to prepare his Azzurri side for Euro 2016.
Fernando Torres is reportedly set for a return to Atletico Madrid in January, as Milan look to offload the misfiring forward.
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis believes Italian football was the real winner in last night’s Supercoppa win over Juventus.