What the papers say...
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Ranieri set for Greece axe
Claudio Ranieri looks set for the sack after Greece lost to the Faroe Islands, while Albania held France 1-1.
Mancini eyes Premier League loans
New Inter Coach Roberto Mancini looks to Premier League loans Vlad Chiriches, Matija Nastasic, Fabio Borini, Joel Campbell and Mohamed Salah.
Moratti: 'Mancini was necessary'
Ex-Inter President Massimo Moratti is “sorry for Walter Mazzarri,” but hiring Roberto Mancini was “necessary.”
Vieri: 'Inzaghi feared Mazzarri sack'
Christian Vieri reveals Milan Coach Pippo Inzaghi was hoping Inter wouldn’t change Coach before the Derby.
Sabatini: 'Roma regret Zeman'
Roma director Walter Sabatini reveals Zdenek Zeman was his biggest regret, Coppa Italia Final shame and “laughable” refereeing at Juventus.
Criscito enjoys Azzurri recall
Domenico Criscito admits it’ll be “even more special returning to the Nazionale in Genoa” against Albania.
Rossettini: 'Italy dream come true'
Cagliari defender Luca Rossettini said his debut Italy call against Albania is “a dream come true.”
Okaka 'proud' of Italy call
Sampdoria striker Stefano Okaka is “proud of myself for overcoming obstacles” to earn his first Italy call-up.
Thohir: 'Only Mancini for Inter'
Inter President Erick Thohir insists he “never thought” of hiring a Coach other than Roberto Mancini to replace Walter Mazzarri.
Italy: New and old for Albania
Italy called another 14 players to face Albania, including Stefano Okaka, Francesco Acerbi, Domenico Criscito and Stefano Sturaro.
Inter must defend Mancini costs
Inter will have to defend Roberto Mancini’s rumoured €4.5m per year wages to FIFA’s Financial Fair Play committee.
Cesena target Roma duo
Cesena are interested in picking up Roma youngsters Leandro Paredes and Salih Ucan, according to the Corriere di Romagna.
Gilardino set for Torino?
Guangzhou Evergrande striker Alberto Gilardino could be coming home for Torino in January.
Allegri impressed Tacchinardi
Former Juventus midfielder Alessio Tacchinardi admits he has been surprised by the start his former club has made to life under Massimiliano Allegri.
Inzaghi: 'Montolivo is ready'
Filippo Inzaghi is buoyant ahead of the Milan derby next weekend, when the Rossoneri may be able to field Riccardo Montolivo.
U21: Cragno and Barba added
Gigi Di Biagio has added Federico Barba and Alessio Cragno to the Italy Under-21 squad for a friendly with Denmark.
Kuipers ref for Italy-Croatia
Italy’s crunch Euro 2016 qualifier with Croatia will be officiated by Bjorn Kuipers on Sunday.
Mancini: 'Stimulating challenge'
Roberto Mancini thanked Inter for “a new stimulating challenge” after he was recalled to replace Walter Mazzarri.
Acerbi set for Azzurri call
Francesco Acerbi is tipped for an Italy call-up against Albania, a return after twice being diagnosed with cancer.
Tacchinardi: 'Juve for semi-final'
Alessio Tacchinardi believes Juventus can target a Champions League semi-final this season, as long as they escape the group stages.
Chiriches fuels Juve talk
Tottenham defender Vlad Chiriches has fuelled rumours of a January move to Juventus. “I can’t say I am very happy at the club.”
OFFICIAL: Mancini new Inter Coach
Roberto Mancini has been confirmed as the new Inter Coach, replacing Walter Mazzarri on the San Siro bench.
Budan: Conte’s the added value
Igor Budan lists Antonio Conte as Italy’s greatest strength, as he looks ahead to the Azzurri’s Euro 2016 qualifier with Croatia on Sunday in Milan.
Pallotta to restructure Roma debt
James Pallotta is reportedly working behind the scenes to restructure Roma's debts, with the formation of a new company.
‘Mancini can only do so much’
Tarcisio Burgnich doesn’t think that Roberto Mancini will have any significant impact on Inter’s season without support in the transfer market.
‘Conte’s 3-5-2 best ever, but…’
Zvonimir Boban labels Antonio Conte’s 3-5-2 system the ‘best in history’, but is critical of the formation’s use in a ‘tactically decadent’ Italian football.
Insigne: Staying positive
Lorenzo Insigne has revealed that Alex Del Piero, Javier Zanetti and Antonio Conte all called him to cheer him up after the injury.
Destro: Arsenal links great
Roma striker Mattia Destro has admitted that he is 'very pleased' by rumours linking him with a move to Arsenal.
Prade: Faith in Montella
Fiorentina sporting director Daniele Prade has called on Viola fans to ‘stick with the club’ as he offers his support to Vincenzo Montella.
Inter made Mancini move because…
Inter apparently acted to bring in Roberto Mancini now in order to fend off late interest from Paris Saint-Germain, according to SportMediaset.
De Rossi: Balo no mischief-maker
Daniele De Rossi says that Mario Balotelli is anything but someone who causes trouble in Italy’s dressing room.
Report: Mancini signed with Inter
The Gazzetta dello Sport believe that Roberto Mancini has already signed a two-and-a-half-year deal to replace Walter Mazzarri at Inter.
Ogbonna, Balotelli hamstring concerns
Angelo Ogbonna and Mario Balotelli are both struggling with minor hamstring injuries, Italy’s team doctor has revealed.
Moratti didn’t influence Mazzarri exit
Former Inter President Massimo Moratti says he didn’t advise current chief Erick Thohir to sack Walter Mazzarri.
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