NEWS

Juan Cuadrado has insisted he is happy to stay at Fiorentina, despite summer reports of interest from Barcelona.
Paris Saint-Germain chief Nasser Al-Khelaifi has admitted that he did speak with Roma about Adrien Rabiot.
Lucas Biglia has insisted that he is happy at Lazio, despite summer links of a switch to Real Madrid.
The Italian FA have released the list of names that have passed UEFA’s Pro Licence exam this summer.
Verona sporting director Sean Sogliano has revealed that Javier Saviola agreed to a move ‘in five minutes’.
Cagliari forward Albin Ekdal has praised current Coach Zdenek Zeman, calling the veteran ‘a special football man’.
Empoli boss Maurizio Sarri has admitted that his side will be up against it when they face Roma after the international break.
Manchester United will continue their big-spending strategy in January, and have put Kevin Strootman at the top of their wishlist.
Roma President James Pallotta is delighted with the progress being made with the club’s new stadium.
Micah Richards has revealed that he turned down a new contract and more money at Manchester City to sign for Fiorentina.
Fernando Llorente is prioritising work with Juventus, believing that any return to the Spain squad would only come as the result of that.
Stefan de Vrij admits he is struggling to pick up Italian, but says he is adapting to life in Rome, and his best in a Lazio shirt is still to come.
Reports are that Gonzalo Higuain is out of Argentina’s match with Germany due to a hamstring injury suffered with Napoli.
Hugo Campagnaro looks to have been handed a second chance at Inter, as he makes their Europa League squad.
Roma’s Champions League squad includes Kevin Strootman and several summer signings, but not Urby Emanuelson or Antonio Sanabria.
Juventus have submitted a 26-man list of players for the group stages of the Champions League, including Alvaro Morata.
Walter Mazzarri has promised attractive football will emerge at Inter, but warns that the club are still at the start of a cycle.
Walter Mazzarri is happy to work again with Fredy Guarin and says the player did not want to leave Inter anyway.
Juventus are today marking 25 years since the passing of former defender and Italy international Gaetano Scirea.
Fiorentina have named their Europa League squad, including Giuseppe Rossi, but leaving out Mati Fernandez and Joaquin Sanchez.
Torino have confirmed the 22 players listed for the group stages of the Europa League, including deadline day signing Amauri.
Giuseppe Rossi’s best hope of recovery from knee injury is a six-week period, as his latest absence forces a change in formation at Fiorentina.
Gigi Buffon considers Antonio Conte the right man at the right time for Italy, and says work is similar to how it was at Juventus.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Palermo have completed the signing of Bari striker Joao Silva, despite missing the transfer deadline by 33 seconds.
Adriano Galliani has commented on the purchases of Giacomo Bonaventura and Marco van Ginkel.
Reports in the Italian Press this evening suggest that Nigel de Jong will renew his Milan contract soon.
Fernando Torres has insisted that he ‘learned so much’ from Jose Mourinho and is in prime physical condition.
Fernando Torres has admitted it is a ‘privilege’ to join Milan and wants to emulate some of the club’s great strikers.
Adriano Galliani has revealed that Milan tried to sign Fernando Torres in 2004, but is delighted he has arrived 10 years later.
Alessio Cerci may have completed a move to Atletico Madrid, but reports this afternoon suggest he wasn’t their first choice.
Goran Pandev has revealed that Cesare Prandelli was the main reason he decided to join Galatasaray.
Matias Silvestre has been presented as a Sampdoria player, and has claimed it’s an honour to follow in the footsteps of ‘Vialli and Mancini’.
The agent representing both Sebastian Giovinco and Domenico Criscito has commented on their futures.
Italy Under-21 goalkeeper Francesco Bardi is proud to be part of a great generation of young No.1s.

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