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Radja Nainggolan is eagerly anticipating Roma’s trip to Juventus and asserts that his side are the ones that play the better football.
Fernando Torres says it is ‘almost like fate expected’ him to sign for Milan, whilst he reflects on why he ever left Atletico Madrid to begin with.
Marek Hamsik’s destiny may be in Napoli’s hands, says his agent, but he is happy to stay with the Vesuviani for now.
Alvaro Morata has reflected on a warm welcome at Juventus, tough Italian defences, availability to play anywhere and learning tactics.
Vicente del Bosque has defended his decision to call up a debatably fit Diego Costa ahead of Fernando Llorente.
Former Parma, Juventus and Bologna striker Marco Di Vaio has announced that he will retire from playing at the end of this month.
Mirko Vucinic reflects on Juventus against Roma this weekend, praises Rudi Garcia and says Max Allegri also deserves credit.
Federico Marchetti’s return to form and fitness at Lazio is being reported today as partly thanks to Roma’s Morgan De Sanctis.
Gokhan Inler is encouraged by Napoli’s improving form but calls on the team to continue their series of wins against Torino this weekend.
Pippo Inzaghi says he had wanted to keep hold of Alberto Paloschi, as he outlines Milan’s desire to return to title contention, but only with patience.
Raul Albiol is included in Spain’s latest squad for Euro 2016 qualifying, but Fernando Llorente misses out and and Alvaro Morata is with the Under-21s.
Morgan De Sanctis is still described today as ‘a serious doubt’ to return to Roma’s starting line-up in time to face Juventus, as he misses training.
Eugenio Corini has conceded there may not be a worse time to be facing Milan, but that his Chievo side go to San Siro with the intention to complicate matters.
Reports are that Micah Richards’ injury suffered yesterday for Fiorentina will rule him out for up to three weeks.
Antonio Conte is still expected to call up a number of new faces to his Italy squad for Euro 2016 qualification, including Graziano Pelle and Daniele Rugani.
Jose Mauri has considered his breakthrough at Parma, advice from Antonio Cassano and has laughed off early links to Juventus.
Francesco Totti has urged Roma fans not to get carried away just yet, whilst he reflects on a future after football, influential Coaches and being a captain.
Andrea Barzagli’s extended absence from the Juventus set-up has been explained away as an injury relapse.
Milan are being linked with interest in Benfica’s Eduardo Salvio and are rumoured to even have an option already in place.
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Giampiero Ventura joked he would’ve “dropped dead on the pitch” if Torino missed the penalty against Copenhagen.
Walter Mazzarri said Inter “learned the lessons” from recent setbacks and used them to beat Qarabag in the Europa League.
Torino captain Kamil Glik “always knew” Fabio Quagliarella would break his goal drought to beat Copenhagen.
Mauro Icardi said Inter “wanted to get back on track” after Cagliari and achieved it against Qarabag in the Europa League.
Inter had a few scares, but Danilo D’Ambrosio and Mauro Icardi secured a 2-0 Europa League win over Qarabag.
Fabio Quagliarella’s penalty was the last kick of the game to give Torino victory over Copenhagen in the Europa League.
Vincenzo Montella saw a “lack of concentration” despite Fiorentina’s 3-0 win at Dinamo Minsk, but Micah Richards is injured.
Rafa Benitez hailed Napoli’s “almost perfect attitude” during a 2-0 Europa League victory over Slovan Bratislava.
Marek Hamsik had a “wonderful night” in Bratislava and silenced his Napoli critics. “Finally, the goal arrived.”
Marek Hamsik scored one and created another for Gonzalo Higuain as Napoli won 2-0 against his old club Slovan Bratislava.
Fiorentina’s Europa League march continued with a 3-0 victory in Belarus over Dinamo Minsk.
Juventus President Andrea Agnelli wrote an open letter to shareholders discussing club finances, changing Italian football and Antonio Conte’s exit.
Inter go with Fredy Guarin, Hernanes and Mauro Icardi as they welcome champions of Azerbaijan Qarabag.
Josef Martinez and Amauri lead the way as Torino host FC Copenhagen in the Europa League.
Napoli director Riccardo Bigon believes tonight’s Europa League game with Slovan Bratislava is “a chance to show our unity.”

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