NEWS

Napoli confirm Eduardo Vargas is on his way and Alberto Malesani says Genoa were squeezed dry.
Domenico Di Carlo and Edy Reja admit Albano Bizzarri was man of the match.
Stefano Colantuono says Atalanta needed a slap in the face, while Daniele Arrigoni's Cesena melted
Claudio Ranieri says this is “the Christmas we wanted” as Inter go into fifth place with four consecutive victories.
Luis Enrique felt this was “the best performance” Roma have given since he took over. “We had total control of the game.”
Edy Reja admits Lazio “just weren’t there” after a terrible performance at home against Chievo.
It was a goal-packed midweek round in Serie A, as Napoli flattened Genoa 6-1, Roma conquered Bologna, Parma had a six-goal thriller and Bortolo Mutti’s Palermo debut in Novara.
Francesco Guidolin has again blamed the “disrespectful” fixture list for Udinese’s tired performance against Juventus.
Antonio Conte insists Juventus should be content with their point at the Stadio Friuli. “These are the two best defences in Serie A.”
Napoli ended 2011 on a high by tearing Genoa to shreds, as the 6-1 scoreline could’ve been even more damning.
Inter fought back from a shock early Lecce goal to get their fourth consecutive victory, although they hit the woodwork four times.
Roma hope to ride the wave of enthusiasm as they travel to Bologna with Francesco Totti, Erik Lamela and Pablo Daniel Osvaldo.
Napoli hope to end the year with a morale-boosting result against Genoa, as Goran Pandev completes the trident attack.
Inter have Diego Forlan back in the starting XI with Giampaolo Pazzini against Serse Cosmi’s third-choice Lecce goalkeeper.
Serie B side Livorno have officially hired Armando Madonna as their new Coach after Walter Novellino’s exit.
Juventus director general Beppe Marotta “can absolutely rule out” a deal for Roma outcast Marco Borriello, but “enquiries can be made.”
Both Udinese and Juventus had chances, but the finishing left a lot to be desired in their 0-0 draw, so Juve end 2011 as joint leaders with Milan.
Milan have confirmed they’ll face Paris Saint-Germain over the winter break in the Dubai Emirates Challenge.
Juventus have announced their starting XI for today’s top of the table showdown with Udinese, but the system remains a mystery.
Juventus director general Beppe Marotta is in charge of Sebastian Giovinco’s future, his agent has suggested.
Inter could sign Juan Manuel Vargas from Fiorentina in January, but his agent expects difficulties.
Udinese have revealed the background to Juventus’ failed attempt to sign Antonio Di Natale in the summer of 2010.
Brescia youngster Nicola Leali is ignoring transfer interest from the likes of Juventus, Barcelona and Sporting Lisbon.
Chievo Verona will attempt to boost their squad with the services of Inter youngster Joel Obi, it is being suggested.
There are suggestions that Antonio Conte may field his Juventus side in a 3-5-2 formation against Udinese on Wednesday.
History shows that Udinese win when Antonio Di Natale scores against Juventus in Serie A.
The agent of Vincenzo Iaquinta has reacted with surprise to reports that the Juventus man is wanted by Fiorentina.
Roma legend Giuseppe Giannini believes that he will one day get the opportunity to manage in the Italian top-flight.
Italian international Sebastian Giovinco has been named in the Parma squad for tonight’s Serie A encounter against Catania.
Roma have reportedly told Juventus that they must match the offer made by Marseille if they want to sign Marco Borriello in January.
Juventus’ Arturo Vidal and Carlos Carmona of Atalanta have been banned for Chile’s next 10 international ties.
Italian giants Inter should be happy with finishing third this season, says former director Gabriele Oriali.
Vincenzo Iaquinta will leave Juventus for Fiorentina in the month of January, claims the Corriere dello Sport.
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi has admitted defeat in the chase for Marco Borriello of Roma. “He’ll join Juventus.”
Cagliari President Massimo Cellino has revealed his transfer plans once the January window opens for business.

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