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Galatasaray have revealed the hold-up with Wesley Sneijder is because “he must resolve a €2m problem with Inter and cannot join another club.”
Gigi Buffon has emerged as the world’s best goalkeeper in the last 25 years, announced the International Federation of Football History and Statistics.
Bologna defender Frederik Sorensen has admitted that their extra-time Coppa Italia loss on Tuesday could affect their performance at the weekend.
Inter captain Javier Zanetti has revealed that the club are aiming for success in the Coppa Italia and Europa League.
Fiorentina are currently tracking the progress of Legia Warsaw midfielder Rafal Wolsik, according to reports in the Italian media.
Roma have announced the arrival of Antonio Carlos Zago to the club's coaching staff.
Lazio and Genoa could see their Scudetto ambitions and top-flight survival push jeopardised after their alleged involvement in match-fixing.
Torino have officially announced the signing of Udinese's Brazilian striker Paulo Vitor Barreto.
Matias Silvestre's agent has revealed that the Inter defender has turned down moves to two Serie A clubs.
Udinese have officially announced the signing Chilean wing-back Matias Campos on a four-and-a-half-year deal.
Milan striker M'Baye Niang has claimed that he is not 'the next Mario Balotelli' and admits he is happy at San Siro.
Italian giants Milan have admitted that they are in talks with Real Madrid about a possible January move for Kaka.
Boss Arsene Wenger has admitted that Arsenal are keeping an eye on Napoli sensation Edinson Cavani.
Giorgio Chiellini insists that Juventus’ recent struggles in Serie A have nothing to do with his absence.
Ruben Olivera is on the verge of completing a move from Fiorentina to Genoa, his agent has confirmed.
Relegation-threatened Genoa have confirmed the signing of Enis Nadarevic from Serie B side Varese.
Fredy Guarin says he’s not bothered whether he continues to score or not – so long as Inter pick up victories.
Chievo Verona say they expect Palermo-bound Stefano Sorrentino to turn up for training this afternoon.
Napoli chief Aurelio De Laurentiis insists he “can’t accept” the betting punishments that his club are appealing against today.
Italian clubs are interested in Federico Macheda, but Stuttgart are leading the chase for the Manchester United youngster.
The agent of Hernanes has cast doubt over the future of his client with capital outfit Lazio.
Pescara revelation Juan Fernando Quintero has revealed a desire to join Italian giants Inter amidst links with Manchester United.
Palermo have revealed that they did think about making a January bid for Lazio forward Sergio Floccari, but ruled out any move for Mauro Zarate.
Parma have confirmed that Riccardo Saponara will be playing for Milan in Serie A next season.
Midfield playmaker Gaetano D'Agostino has agreed to join Pescara from Siena, Sky Sport Italia are claiming.
Genoa have confirmed that they are in negotiations with Juventus about a proposed January swoop for Reto Ziegler.
Real Madrid attacking midfielder Kaka has opened the door for a possible return to former club Milan.
Roma came out on top at Fiorentina in another stunning Coppa Italia tie. Check out all the key incidents.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Vincenzo Montella cursed Fiorentina’s luck and their finishing after the Coppa Italia exit to Roma.
Zdenek Zeman felt Roma brought out different qualities to the ones they are famous for in beating Fiorentina. “The lads sacrificed themselves.”
Fiorentina hit the woodwork three times, but Mattia Destro scored in extra time to send Roma through to the Coppa Italia semi-final amid a brawl and three red cards.
Galatasaray President Unal Aysal told Turkish media the transfer fee agreed with Inter is €7.5m and “we’ll wait another three or four days for Wesley Sneijder.”
Inter have announced Alvaro Pereira underwent surgery on his fractured nose, while Antonio Cassano has a thigh problem.
Milan chief Adriano Galliani assures David Beckham was “just a suggestion,” while Kaka is “impossible” due to his wages and Ignazio Abate will stay.

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