NEWS

Paul Pogba concedes Juventus “made life difficult for ourselves” in the tense 3-2 victory over Carpi.
Max Allegri warns the Juventus scare at Carpi “must never happen again” after his enraged reaction.
Roma director Italo Zanzo admits “there is a continual evaluation” of Rudi Garcia’s situation.
Iago Falque insists the Roma squad “are all united with the Coach and I don’t think the Genoa game will be decisive.”
Juventus fought back from a shock early goal to conquer Carpi 3-2 with a Mario Mandzukic brace, their seventh straight Serie A win.
Napoli need to keep up with the leaders, but visit an Atalanta side with one of the best home records in Serie A.
This could be Rudi Garcia’s last game on the Roma bench and he pairs Gervinho with Mohamed Salah against Genoa.
Fiorentina risk losing confidence after two defeats in a week and face a tough test with Chievo.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta “can rule out” a January move for Ezequiel Lavezzi, Ilkay Gundogan or Ever Banega.
Lazio officially countered initial reports that Ravel Morrison left Italy without permission: 'It's a family funeral'.
Carlo Ancelotti says it's 'an honour' to be appointed Bayern Munich's Coach: 'I didn't consider any other offer'.
Gervinho could leave Roma in the summer and follow his mentor Rudi Garcia to his new destination.
Carlo Ancelotti's new assignment with Bayern Munich has been officially announced by CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge.
Juventus start Juan Cuadrado and Patrice Evra to flank their super-starters against Carpi.
Ravel Morrison left Lazio's training camps to fly to England, but without the club's authorisation.
Borussia Dortmund's Ilkay Gundogan being too expensive, Juventus are turning on Sevilla's Ever Banega and Sampdoria's Roberto Soriano among others.
Davide Ballardini admits Franco Vazquez “is decisive” for Palermo as they visit troubled Sampdoria.
Join us for the final round of 2015 with NINE games, including Carpi-Juventus, Roma-Genoa, Atalanta-Napoli and tonight’s Inter-Lazio.
Juventus and Tottenham will visit Australia as part of the International Champions Cup in July.
Eusebio Di Francesco urged Sassuolo to “keep on our toes and end 2015 on a high” against Verona.
Rolando Maran is confident Chievo “will have our say” against second-placed Fiorentina. “We have quality too.”
Fiorentina striker Nikola Kalinic admits “our dream is to win the Scudetto. I’m honoured by Gabriel Batistuta comparisons.”
Genoa goalkeeper Mattia Perin is “ready for a big club and Roma would be ideal,” said his agent.
Despite denials, Italian papers continue to claim Roma emissaries had dinner with Jose Mourinho in London.
Serie A says goodbye to 2015 with Carpi-Juventus, Atalanta-Napoli, Inter-Lazio and Rudi Garcia’s swansong Roma-Genoa.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Juan Manuel Iturbe posted a goodbye message to Roma fans ahead his transfer to Watford. “Things didn’t go the way I’d hoped.”
Marco Giampaolo sums up the key to an “extraordinary Empoli side” after their 3-2 victory away to Bologna.
Roberto Donadoni hopes Bologna “can learn a great deal from this” 3-2 defeat to Empoli.
Massimo Maccarone explains his beer-drinking celebration and Empoli “deserve everything we’re achieving right now.”
Sky Sport Italia claim Genoa will get an option to buy when taking Suso on loan from Milan.
Bologna fought back twice, but Empoli earned a thrilling 3-2 victory at the Dall’Ara with Massimo Maccarone’s brace.
Bologna director Marco Di Vaio said they will “discuss” January offers for Andrea Ranocchia and Giuseppe Rossi.
Empoli confirm Riccardo Saponara will remain in January, “but it’ll be almost impossible to keep our stars in June.”
Atalanta boss Edy Reja admires what Maurizio Sarri has done at Napoli and assured “this club can never be an enemy.”