NEWS

Ignazio Abate said Milan’s 4-1 victory away to Empoli “is the kind of game we used to lose, but we’re not so stupid as to forget the last three years.”
Gianluca Lapadula bagged his first Serie A brace with Suso also on target as Milan recovered from a shaky start to crush Empoli 4-1.
Milan striker Carlos Bacca sparked transfer speculation after attending a Sevilla game while his teammates played Empoli.
Rolando Maran said Chievo “would not have lost if the refereeing decisions were correct” after a 2-1 defeat to Torino.
Adriano Galliani commented on the possible Chinese takeover delays, insisting Milan will continue to discuss all transfers with the group.
Sinisa Mihajlovic admits “Chievo played better than us” for long periods and he had a sneaky way of motivating Iago Falque.
Manuel Locatelli sees Milan as “a good mix between youth and experience” ahead of tonight’s trip to Empoli.
Iago Falque’s brace gave Torino the 2-1 victory, but Chievo have plenty to complain about between penalty appeals and Fabrizio Cacciatore red card.
Gianluca Lapadula is picked ahead of Carlos Bacca, while Alessio Romagnoli returns as Milan visit Empoli.
Serie B side Avellino have sacked Coach Domenico Toscano and are talking to Walter Novellino.
Stefano Pioli told Inter to “fight back” against Fiorentina and took responsibility for their 3-2 defeat to Hapoel Be’er-Sheva.
Torino director Gianluca Petrachi confirmed Andrea Belotti has agreed a new contract and “official statement will be released shortly.”
Join us for all the build-up and action as Torino target a third straight victory with Chievo and Milan revamp away to Empoli.
Chelsea have joined Milan, Inter and Juventus in chasing Fiorentina pair Federico Bernardeschi and Milan Badelj.
Frosinone and Benevento stall, but Cittadella crumble, Cesena see off Avellino and Gennaro Gattuso’s Pisa beat Trapani.
Andrea Belotti is fit enough to start with Adem Ljajic and Iago Falque as Torino host Chievo, seeking a third consecutive victory.
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi confirms the club sale to Chinese investors “could be delayed by two months, or they could pull out.”
Portuguese media report that Benfica have turned down a €20m Milan offer for defender Victor Lindelof.
Simone Inzaghi warns Lazio he “will not stand” for Rome Derby distractions against Palermo tomorrow.
Bologna goalkeeper Antonio Mirante is back in the squad three months after suffering from heart problems.
Pescara boss Massimo Oddo has frozen out striker Rey Manaj for “disciplinary reasons. Only those who want to give their all will face Roma.”
Max Allegri has Gonzalo Higuain back against Genoa and intends to use him alongside Mario Mandzukic. “Let’s keep our feet on the ground.”
Luciano Spalletti warned facing Pescara “is a dangerous game” for Roma, who are still without Stephan El Shaarawy and Kostas Manolas.
Atalanta boss Gian Piero Gasperini admits he enjoyed revenge over Inter and was close to taking the Juventus job on two occasions.
Gianluca Vialli explained the Juventus mentality and why so many Italian Coaches thrive in England. “Victory comes as a relief.”
Lazio defender Stefan Radu started the Rome Derby tension early by noting “referees always award a foul when Francesco Totti moans.”
Gianfranco Zola is considering a return to Chelsea as part of Antonio Conte’s coaching staff.
Ponte Preta warn “the negotiations are not concluded” for Leandrinho’s Napoli move. “Other clubs are interested, he could go anywhere.”
Roberto Donadoni is impressed by Atalanta’s current form, but trusts that Mattia Destro can inspire Bologna to victory.
Inter owners Suning fly in on Monday and plan to invest €150m next summer, with James Rodriguez and Marco Verratti their targets.
There are multiple reports Milan’s sale to Chinese investors might not go through on December 13 – or at all.
Roberto Pereyra complained he was “cast out for no reason” by Max Allegri and Juventus, but finally feels faith in him at Watford.
Inter’s shock Europa League exit could prompt the departure of Gabigol, Jonathan Biabiany, Stevan Jovetic, Felipe Melo and Davide Santon.
There are increasing reports that Fiorentina are ready to part company with Paulo Sousa at the end of the season, with Massimo Oddo the favourite replacement.
Francesco Totti concedes Roma “lack the tenacity and grit to be truly a big team like Juventus, as they are starving for success.”

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