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Today's front page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Malmo accused the referee of favouring Juventus in their Champions League match, Coach Age Hareide calling it “a scandal.”
Carlos Tevez admits the dire Malmo pitch “actually favoured me” on the goal as Juventus won 2-0.
Diego Simeone left the door open for Alessio Cerci to leave Atletico Madrid in January.
Claudio Marchisio discussed his versatility after Juventus earned a 2-0 victory at Malmo and looks forward to Atletico Madrid.
Max Allegri wants Juventus to “go for it” against Atletico Madrid, but was “angry” at wasteful finishing in Malmo.
Fernando Llorente dedicated his Malmo goal to Juventus fans and warned “we want to top the group.”
Fernando Llorente and Carlos Tevez gave Juventus a precious 2-0 win in Malmo, so a draw against Atletico Madrid will qualify them.
Myron Markevych warned Dnipro “have nothing to lose” against Inter at San Siro, but is “pleased” with interest in Eugen Konoplyanka.
Nenad Tomovic assured Fiorentina “will do everything to win” against Guingamp to grab top spot in their Europa League group.
Napoli midfielder Jorginho is looking forward to Sparta Prague and knows “the importance of playing to win” the Europa League.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta has “never considered selling Paul Pogba” and warned there are “no alibis” against Malmo.
Antonio Conte praised Palermo and revealed he is monitoring both Paulo Dybala and Franco Vazquez for Italy.
Alessandro Nesta looks set to come out of retirement to play in Marco Materazzi’s Chennaiyin FC.
Vincenzo Montella expects to see a “determined” Fiorentina against Guingamp in the Europa League with Marko Marin.
Juventus are in Sweden for a must-win Champions League game with Malmo, starting Carlos Tevez, Arturo Vidal and Andrea Pirlo.
Inter miss Nemanja Vidic, Yann M’Vila and Danilo D’Ambrosio for their Europa League match with Dnipro.
Jorginho and Jonathan de Guzman are in Napoli’s squad to face Sparta Prague in the Europa League.
Rafa Benitez assured Napoli “are looking for the victory” away to Sparta Prague tomorrow, but has injury concerns.
Sparta Prague Coach Vitezlav Lavicka respects Napoli, but warns “we’ve improved a lot” since their last match.
New Serbia Coach Radovan Curcic declared he wants Inter defender Nemanja Vidic back on international duty.
Russian media claim a group of Roma players attended a strip club in Moscow after last night’s 1-1 draw with CSKA.
Italy Coach Antonio Conte confirmed Palermo’s Argentinean forward Paulo Dybala “interests us a great deal.”
Carlo Osti has made clear that Sampdoria do not intend to sell Manolo Gabbiadini, Stefano Okaka or any first team player in January.
Simone Perrotta admits Roma like to do things the hard way, but he is not handing out blame to Kevin Strootman or Morgan De Sanctis.
It could be an unfamiliar Napoli front-line to face Sparta Prague, with Jorginho apparently in line for the trequartista role behind Duvan Zapata.
Inter are reportedly set to offer Samir Handanovic a two-year extension to his current contract and a pay-rise.
Milan are reportedly stepping up their interest in Dinamo Zagreb’s Marcelo Brozovic, but the gap between offer and valuation is sizeable.
Reports continue to suggest that Antonio Conte is going to ask Palermo’s Argentine striker Paulo Dybala to consider representing Italy.
Morgan De Sanctis cannot be held responsible for Roma’s late equaliser conceded at CSKA Moscow, says former goalkeeper Paolo Conti.
Juan Jesus is ‘just happy’ and honoured to be coached by Roberto Mancini, and asserts Inter are looking to adapt to his tactics as soon as possible.
Roberto Mancini says Nemanja Vidic just needs time to adapt to Serie A, whilst it is normal for Mateo Kovacic to attract other clubs.
Roberto Mancini has warned of Dnipro’s ability away from home, but asserts his Inter will look to close out Europa League qualification tomorrow.
Torino Coach Giampiero Ventura has called on fans to back the team as they seek to qualify for the next round of the Europa League.
Simone Padoin looks likely to retain his place at left-back for Juventus, at the expense of Patrice Evra.

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