NEWS

Maurizio Zamparini has explained why Palermo have loaned striker Mauricio Pinilla to Cagliari but has not closed the door on his possible summer return.
Kevin Constant’s agent has denied knowledge of existing negotiations between Genoa and Fiorentina with regards to his client’s future.
Reports linking Marco Amelia with Spartak Moscow may stop after the club’s Coach claimed to have not even heard of the Milan goalkeeper.
Siena’s vice-President Valentina Mezzaroma dreams of further Coppa Italia success and of bringing Filippo Inzaghi to Tuscany.
Cesena admit that they could be tempted to part with influential midfielder Marco Parolo, if they receive a ‘suitable offer’.
Valeri Bojinov could be handed a third opportunity to ply his trade in Serie A as his agent admits Italy is an option this January.
Details of Juventus’ complex strategy to convince Cagliari to relinquish Radja Nainggolan are now emerging.
Marquinho has reportedly arrived in Rome in the early hours of Thursday to complete a loan move from Fluminense to Roma.
Filippo Inzaghi has revealed his and Alessandro Del Piero’s secret to extending their respective careers into their late 30s .
Mirko Vucinic is a doubt for Juventus’ home game against Udinese in Serie A this weekend.
Fiorentina boss Delio Rossi will immediately throw Amauri into the starting XI following his move from Juventus.
Rolando Bianchi will, in all probability, see out the season in Serie B with Italian giants Torino.
Inter have reportedly rejected an initial €8m offer from Paris Saint-Germain for Thiago Motta.
Cagliari will still ponder making a bid for Luca Toni despite signing Mauricio Pinilla from Palermo yesterday.
Diego Milito has insisted that Inter should have been awarded a penalty in last night’s Coppa Italia defeat to Napoli.
Genoa have dismissed speculation that they are prepared to sell Miguel Veloso to Italian giants Inter this month.
Juventus reject Vincenzo Iaquinta is again being linked with Palermo after they sold Mauricio Pinilla.
Lazio have stepped on the accelerator in their bid to sign Milos Krasic from Juventus before the transfer window closes.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Napoli Coach Walter Mazzarri was astounded to learn about Inter’s complaints. “They should’ve had two men sent off!”
Claudio Ranieri was furious with the referee after Inter’s Coppa Italia defeat to Napoli. “There were two absolutely clear penalties.”
Edinson Cavani celebrated his brace that put Napoli into the Coppa Italia semi-final. “We want to win something important.”
Mimmo Di Carlo cannot help but have regrets at Chievo’s Coppa Italia exit to Siena. “We paid the price for a single mistake.”
Milan have not lost hope of signing Carlos Tevez, as Adriano Galliani insists they’ll “make a definitive decision on Friday.”
Cagliari have officially signed striker Mauricio Pinilla from Palermo. “I am proud to become part of a club with such a great history behind it.”
An Edinson Cavani brace has knocked holders Inter out of the Coppa Italia with Napoli’s thrilling 2-0 victory.
Giuseppe Sannino dedicated Siena’s historic climb into the Coppa Italia semi-final to “the players and our fans.”
Lazio have reportedly agreed a deal with CSKA Moscow to sign Keisuke Honda for €12.5m plus Juan Pablo Carrizo.
Thiago Motta starts perhaps his last game in an Inter jersey tonight as Wesley Sneijder faces Ezequiel Lavezzi’s Napoli in the Coppa Italia quarter-final.
Alessandro Del Piero admits his first goal in the Juventus Stadium “was exactly the way” he had pictured it.
Edy Reja prepares Lazio for the Coppa Italia quarter-final with Milan, but warns Djibril Cissè “is not focused” due to his goal drought.
Siena have made history by conquering Chievo 1-0 despite playing with 10 men, so they reach the Coppa Italia semi-final for the first time.
Juventus have a deal for Martin Caceres, but Aly Cissokho’s agent confirmed he “will meet with Juve on Friday.”
Maxi Lopez “will know tomorrow” whether he is going to sign for Milan or not, confirmed his agent.
Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri says he’ll be happy with a new striker this month – whether it is Carlos Tevez or Maxi Lopez.

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