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Antonio Conte is ready to rotate the Juventus squad against Siena and thanks the media for “considering us Scudetto favourites.”
There are reports Daniele De Rossi will sign his new Roma contract next week after turning down offers from Manchester United and City.
Houssine Kharja has returned to Fiorentina from Africa Cup of Nations duty, but carrying an injury that’ll keep him out for a month.
Lazio have released a statement denying Miroslav Klose is angry at their transfer strategy. “Someone is trying to destabilise the atmosphere within the team.”
Gennaro Gattuso “absolutely understands and shares” Milan’s decision to take him off the Champions League list.
The chaos to the fixture list caused by snow has shuffled the final 25 minutes of Catania-Roma back to February 8.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
As Mark Van Bommel passes the halfway mark to 1000 career games, he promises that Milan will learn from their defeat at Lazio.
Francesco Totti is amazed it is going to snow in Rome this weekend, as he appeals to the fans to once again back the team this weekend.
New Novara Coach Emiliano Mondonico has appealed to the fans to believe, all together, that the team can turn around their current situation.
Claudio Ranieri returns to the capital to face old side Roma this weekend relaxed and keen to collect three points.
Luis Enrique has shrugged off concerns about Roma after defeat midweek, saying that preparing to face Inter as a team with identity is a victory in itself.
Whilst revelling in his rediscovered goal-scoring touch, Diego Milito hasn’t lost sight of the importance three points against Roma represents.
Hugo Campagnaro believes Napoli are not in a crisis and are can still fight for silverware on three fronts this season.
Valeri Bojinov and Gennaro Delvecchio have realigned their allegiances to Lecce after deadline day returns to the southern side.
Serie A will be going retro this weekend as the arctic weather in the peninsula means Sunday afternoon kick-offs.
Serie A side Genoa have confirmed that they did make a bid to sign Alessio Cerci from Fiorentina last month.
Giorgio Chiellini has cooled suggestions that his Juventus side are in pole position to win the Scudetto.
Roma-Inter will actually take place this weekend – after Saturday’s game was moved to Sunday afternoon.
This week’s four midweek games which were called off because of the weather have been assigned new dates.
Dave Taylor picks the best XI of the midweek games that did go ahead in Italy.
Fabrizio Miccoli is in no rush to discuss a new contract at Palermo following his hat-trick at Inter in midweek.
Former Lazio midfielder Gaizka Mendieta says he wouldn’t be surprised if Barcelona boss Pep Guardiola moved to Italy at some stage in the future.
Sampdoria chief Riccardo Garrone feels joining Inter was the right move for Angelo Palombo.
Inter have named a 20-man squad for Saturday’s Roma game – but Wesley Sneijder and Ricky Alvarez are missing.
Saturday’s Serie A game between Cesena and Catania has been postponed because of the bad weather.
Catania sporting director Pietro Lo Monaco is adamant that new signing Marco Motta can return to the Italian national set-up.
Palermo turned down the chance to sign Maxi Lopez and Vincenzo Iaquinta during the January transfer window.
Andrea Pirlo says he’s been surprised by the ability of Juventus boss Antonio Conte.
Nicola Legrottaglie doesn’t expect Juventus’ new arrivals to make a telling difference to the side.
Torino have revealed that they did consider selling Angelo Ogbonna before boss Giampiero Ventura stopped them.
Sergio Pellissier has expressed his delight after he finally celebrated his 100th goal for Chievo Verona.
Daniele De Rossi should not be considered as a traitor if he decides to leave hometown club Roma, says Vincent Candela.
Juventus will soon open negotiations with Gigi Buffon in an effort to extend the goalkeeper’s contract.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.

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