Napoli Coach Rafael Benitez has fuelled rumours of an exit in the summer, admitting he misses his family, who are in Liverpool.
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Andrea Ranocchia was impressed with Italy’s ability to “hold firm under pressure” from Croatia.
Croatia midfielder Mateo Kovacic snubbed hooligans and insisted Italy “are a tough team to take on.”
Matteo Darmian felt Italy will learn from their 1-1 draw with Croatia, but preferred the four-man defence.
Simone Zaza said Italy strikers had to “sacrifice ourselves for the team” in a 1-1 draw with Croatia.
Croatia manager Niko Kovac “apologised for what our fans did” after causing the 1-1 draw with Italy to be suspended.
Daniele De Rossi admits Italy “have to work on our possession play” after a 1-1 draw with Croatia.
Roberto Soriano had a “dream” Italy debut against Croatia, albeit one he wasn’t expecting.
Graziano Pellè said Italy knew “it wasn’t easy to get the ball off” Croatia after their 1-1 draw.
Stephan El Shaarawy got his first Italy cap in over a year and was “satisfied” with his performance against Croatia.
Antonio Conte said Italy’s draw with Croatia was good in the circumstances and praised the “new faces.”
Italy were held to a 1-1 draw by Croatia at San Siro, but play was suspended when visiting fans threw dozens of flares.
Italy’s Euro 2016 qualifier against Croatia was suspended for 10 minutes due to fireworks thrown by visiting fans.
Daniele Adani confirms he was asked to become Roberto Mancini’s Inter assistant manager, but turned the job down.
Napoli winger Dries Mertens has concussion and will stay in hospital for 24 hours after a clash of heads in Belgium-Wales.
Dejan Stankovic believes Roberto Mancini “is the right man” to bring Inter back to the top all over again.
Antonio Conte wants a “faster” Italy against Croatia and is pleased he got to evaluate Mario Balotelli.
Mateo Kovacic is on the bench tonight, but explained both Italy and Croatia “feel the others are favourites.”
There are concerns for Napoli after Dries Mertens was stretchered off apparently unconscious during Belgium-Wales.
Italy reshuffle in tonight’s Euro 2016 qualifier with Croatia, moving Daniele De Rossi and Matteo Darmian.
Serie B side Bari have officially sacked Coach Devis Mangia after a 3-0 defeat to Crotone.
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio told media “there are other players” in the Italy squad and not just Mario Balotelli.
Gigi Di Biagio insists tomorrow’s Italy Under-21 match with Denmark “will not be like a friendly.”
Paul Pogba said a new contract is not enough, as “Juventus will allow me to grow and reach my objectives.”
Giovanni Trapattoni admits “I was contacted by the Greece Federation who asked if I was available” after Claudio Ranieri’s dismissal.
Frosinone collapsed at Pescara, leaving Carpi sole leaders and a flurry of late goals saw Livorno go third.
Italy’s friendly against Albania should go ahead on Tuesday in Genoa despite floods, confirm the FIGC.
There are reports Rafa Benitez is personally urging Arsenal outcast Lukas Podolski to join him at Napoli.
Inter could approach Chelsea to take Egyptian international Mohamed Salah on loan in January.
Wolfsburg dropped hints that they could sell Ivan Perisic to Napoli in January for €12m.
Roberto Mancini tested his first Inter side against the Primavera youth team with a 4-3-1-2 system.
There are reports Roma defender Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa is out for three weeks after an injury with France.
Catania completed a remarkable comeback to hold high-flying Trapani 2-2 in an exciting Sicilian Derby.
After Ashley Cole, Roma are reportedly looking to Liverpool right-back Glen Johnson in January.