Palermo have confirmed that they have integrated former Napoli and Udinese assistant Coach Fabio Viviani into Beppe Iachini’s staff.
Massimiliano Allegri is ‘happy’ with Angelo Ogbonna’s impact this term at Juventus, but is reportedly still asking for more from him.
James Pallotta has explained the decision to invest in Roma, planning for 20 years with Rudi Garcia and an obstacle to television rights increasing.
Inter President Erick Thohir has commented that to have a good team takes good directors, as he reflects on plans to expand the brand.
Italy have been handed a further double injury blow with the withdrawal from Antonio Conte’s squad of Thiago Motta and Dani Osvaldo.
Juventus and Roma could be rivals in the January transfer market, as both are listed as interested in Matija Nastasic.
Milan may decide to delay Diego Lopez’s return from a hamstring injury by a further week, with a possible return against Fiorentina.
Erick Thohir has reflected on the competitiveness of Serie A and calls for Inter to have patience in Walter Mazzarri.
Fabio Borini has revealed he intends to take advantage of the new-look Italy set-up once he has broken into the Liverpool first team.
Alessio Tacchinardi has offered Arturo Vidal some advice, whilst reflecting that if he did want to leave Juventus, ‘it would be clear by now’.
Miroslav Klose could be heading for a premature return to Germany, with Kaiserslautern reportedly keen to bring back the Lazio striker in January.
Reports in England this morning claim that Inter President Erick Thohir is planning to oversee a heavy recruitment drive in January.
Milan are reportedly optimistic that Jeremy Menez should be back from injury in time for the club’s first fixture after the international break.
Sampdoria sporting director Carlo Osti believes it is only a matter of time before Roberto Soriano garners interest from top European sides.
James Pallotta reflects on his belief Roma are stronger than Juventus, and who is faster between Gervinho and Juan Iturbe.
James Pallotta considers the confidence he always had in Roma to return to the top and on how ‘everyone at the club has an opinion’.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
It’s reported Antonio Candreva and Matteo Darmian are battling for one starting spot in Italy’s qualifier with Azerbaijan.
Malta Coach Pietro Ghedin warns his team will be no pushovers against Italy in Monday’s Euro 2016 qualifier.
Alessandro Diamanti told Francesco Totti he “should not have talked” to reporters after Juventus-Roma.
Roma striker Marco Borriello is linked with a transfer to new MLS club New York City FC.
Hernanes said Inter are targeting “the top spots in Serie A and to go as far as possible in the Europa League.”
Raul Albiol claims Napoli “deserved to be in the Champions League” and Serie A is “tougher” than La Liga.
Roma President James Pallotta again warned Kevin Strootman’s rumoured move to Manchester United “is just not happening.”
Italy team manager Lele Oriali compared Coach Antonio Conte to Jose Mourinho, but “the doors are not closed” for Mario Balotelli.
Udinese Coach Andrea Stramaccioni said “to make football credible we need to use technology.”
Brazilian papers claim Liverpool offered Lucas Leiva plus £22m to Napoli for Gonzalo Higuain.
Adem Ljajic believes Roma “play the best football in Italy and are the best team” despite falling behind Juventus.
Lega Serie B President Andrea Abodi insists the six-month UEFA suspension for Carlo Tavecchio “is not really a ban.”
Roberto Mancini said Mario Balotelli “is aware that Liverpool is his last chance. Only he can help himself now.”
CONI President Giovanni Malagò warned Serie A clubs “knew” Carlo Tavecchio was heading for a ban over racist comments.
Juventus goalkeeper Gigi Buffon made a pointed reference to Roma. “Winners find a way, losers find an excuse.”
Empoli defender Daniele Rugani thanked Antonio Conte for “a wonderful experience” after being recalled by the Under-21 squad.
Graziano Pellè revealed the prank he played on Louis van Gaal, growing up watching Marco van Basten and his dancing career.
Simone Zaza thanked Ciro Immobile for helping him settle into the Italy squad, but also said “Mario Balotelli is one of my favourites.”