Argentina manager Tata Martino said Carlos Tevez “deserved” his call-up, but is also tracking Juan Iturbe and Mauro Icardi.
Andrea Bertolacci gives his lowdown ahead of Genoa’s clash against Juventus tonight and doubts the Bianconeri will be tired.
Andrea Mandorlini is in buoyant mood ahead of Verona’s clash against Lazio, as he explains the process to bouncing back from two consecutive defeats.
Christian Maggio’s agent says his client can be key for Napoli, just like Gonzalo Higuain, even if his future beyond June is not settled.
Barcelona forward Luis Suarez has revealed that he was very close to a move to Juventus in the summer of 2012.
Fiorentina are reportedly close to agreeing terms for a new contract with goalkeeper Neto, apparently in compromising on a new salary.
Giovanni Trapattoni is the latest former Juventus Coach to defend Massimiliano Allegri, following Alberto Zaccheroni and Marcello Lippi.
Daniele Baselli says that Atalanta need to improve in their approach to games, starting from tonight, when they host Napoli.
Luca Cigarini reckons that Atalanta have what it takes to cause Napoli problems in their Week 9 meeting this evening.
Serie A is the worst performing League from Europe’s top five when it comes to its clubs producing homegrown talent, according to a report.
Vincent Candela has backed Ashley Cole to come good at Roma, and suggests he just needs a period of adaptation to Serie A.
Former Milan striker Pierino Prati believes Giampaolo Pazzini would be a better option for Filippo Inzaghi’s Rossoneri than Fernando Torres.
Walter Mazzarri could be out of the Inter job by Christmas, if results have the club out of reasonable contention.
Stefano Pioli says he is happy about how Lazio fans have responded to the team’s performances so far, but also says that there is a long way ahead.
Former Juventus Coach Alberto Zaccheroni has defended Massimiliano Allegri’s side, insisting they’re not playing badly.
Andrea Pirlo will be rested for Juventus’ visit to the Marassi, although it will remain a strong Bianconeri to face Genoa.
Fernando Torres is likely to be handed a start for Milan’s trip to Cagliari, according to today’s speculation.
Former Inter and Italy goalkeeper Walter Zenga has admitted that he was not on the level of Gianluigi Buffon.
Roma defender Ashley Cole could be offered a quick return to the Premier League, with reports linking him to Manchester United.
Alessandro Matri believes that the Genoa fans can inspire their team to victory over Juventus when the two meet at the Marassi tonight.
Former Bari, Bologna and Lecce midfielder Klas Ingesson has died at the age of 46, after a long battle with cancer.
Juventus full-back Stephan Lichtsteiner has been in indirect contact with English Premier League side Arsenal, according to reports.
Lazio midfielder Antonio Candreva has declared that the Biancocelesti’s ambition this season is to qualify for the Champions League.
Antonio Candreva has revealed he almost left Lazio just months into his Biancocelesti career, after poor performances and insults from fans.
Today's front-page headlines from The Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Maurizio Sarri inevitably has regrets after Empoli fumbled a half-time lead at Sassuolo. “We should’ve finished them off.”
Eusebio Di Francesco was pleased to see Sassuolo notch up a second consecutive victory against Empoli.
Carpi and Bologna top the Serie B table, as Perugia paid the penalty with Avellino, while Frosinone and Bari hit the brakes, but Catania won big.
Sassuolo fought back from a goal down to beat Empoli 3-1 in a must-win game, despite missing a penalty.
Rolando Maran told Chievo fans that his “ideas” will take root soon as they travel to Palermo.
Parma CEO Pietro Leonardi said he “will not shake hands” with Torino President Urbano Cairo ahead of tomorrow’s game.
Walter Mazzarri hopes Inter can bring out their best in “an emergency situation” against Sampdoria tomorrow.
It’s an intriguing relegation battle this evening between unpredictable Sassuolo and an Empoli side eager to make amends.
Stefano Sturaro is in the Genoa squad to face Juventus – his future club – on Wednesday evening.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero defended his racist gaffe about Inter patron Erick Thohir.