Gaston Ramirez’s agent has revealed that the Southampton attacker could return to Italy in January.
Paul Pogba has conceded that without Antonio Conte, he would not be going to the World Cup next summer.
Valter Birsa has affirmed that he is not getting carried away by recent praise at Milan, although he is happy for the extended run in the team.
Paolo Maldini is reportedly hesitating between returning to Milan in a directorial capacity or taking on a similar role with Paris Saint-Germain.
Rafa Benitez has confirmed Napoli’s intention to sign in January, downplayed Marek Hamsik’s injury and up-played the team’s next run of matches.
Separate reports today suggest that Francesco Lodi may have a choice between Fiorentina and Milan this January.
Juventus are seen to be interested in a move for Ignazio Abate next summer, but will have to negotiate with Milan around the €12m mark.
Fiorentina are keen to include Mario Gomez in their matchday squad for the weekend and have him back on the field within the next 10 days.
New Inter President Erick Thohir has reportedly temporarily halted contract negotiations with all players, but is keen to renew Coach Walter Mazzarri.
The Gazzetta dello Sport believe that Napoli have agreed a deal to sign Genoa's Luca Antonelli in January for €8m.
The Gazzetta dello Sport have put together the 23-man squad list Cesare Prandelli would name for the World Cup, if he had to today.
Sampdoria have announced that they have appointed Sinisa Mihajlovic as their new Coach and that he will begin work on Thursday.
Carlo Ancelotti has mused on how the Christmas tree formation came about in Milan and affirmed ‘no President has ever said ‘pick this player’.’
David Balleri has backed his former Sampdoria teammate Sinisa Mihajlovic to provide the ‘jolt’ necessary as Coach at Marassi.
Barbara Berlusconi is reportedly already lining up Milan’s replacement strategy for Adriano Galliani, pinning hopes on Demetrio Albertini and Paolo Maldini.
Sinisa Mihajlovic and his proposed backroom staff are expected to arrive in Italy today to finalise terms to take over at Sampdoria.
Antonio Conte’s defensive headache with Juventus has not eased, as he is unable to count on Stephan Lichtsteiner for the weekend.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
The World Cup play-offs have been completed, as Portugal, France, Greece, Croatia, Ghana and more qualified.
Sinisa Mihajlovic has officially left the Serbia job and will begin work as Coach of Sampdoria tomorrow.
Cagliari have officially signed former Real Madrid goalkeeper Antonio Adan Garrido. “I am very happy to be here.”
New Inter President Erick Thohir claims Coach Walter Mazzarri “is similar to Jose Mourinho.”
Kevin Constant discussed Milan’s problems and his surprise nomination for African Player of the Year.
Palermo defender Sinisa Andelkovic has been suspended using video evidence, a first in Italian football.
Stephan Lichtsteiner answered Juventus fan questions on Twitter, revealing his Champions League dream and friendship with Paul Pogba.
According to Italian media, Juventus have revived their attempts to sign Nani from Manchester United.
Italy Under-21 Coach Gigi Di Biagio acknowledged “Serbia played better” after a 1-0 defeat, but still believes in qualification.
Italy lost 1-0 in Serbia, making their European Under-21 Championship qualification considerably more complicated.
Andriy Shevchenko starts his new management career and admits “the ideal job is Milan or Ukraine.”
Sinisa Mihajlovic is expected to leave Serbia this evening and start work at Sampdoria tomorrow morning.
Cesare Prandelli warns Italy were “born to attack and at the World Cup I’d prefer a team that risks to the end.”
Torino winger Alessio Cerci insists “I haven’t spoken to anyone” after continuing reports of a Premier League move.
The representative of Giacomo Bonaventura has cooled the latest transfer rumours suggesting he could leave Atalanta for Inter in January.
Gigi Di Biagio’s Italian Under-21 side will line up with a 4-2-3-1 system in this afternoon’s European Championship qualifier in Serbia.
Sassuolo President Carlo Rossi insists the club were not even tempted to sack boss Eusebio Di Francesco following the 7-0 loss to Inter.