Today's front pages from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Stefano Colantuono has no problems admitting “Juventus clearly deserved the victory,” even with the penalties Atalanta were denied.
Antonio Conte can finally celebrate Juventus winning the Winter title after an “extraordinary” first half of the season.
Juventus have taken the Winter title with a 2-0 victory away to Atalanta thanks to Stephan Lichtsteiner and Emanuele Giaccherini.
Daniele Arrigoni admits Cesena “basically did not step on the pitch” when crushed 5-1 by Roma this evening.
Luis Enrique could only praise Roma after their 5-1 thrashing of Cesena. “This is the football all Coaches and players enjoy.”
Inter President Massimo Moratti looks ahead to the Lazio clash, locks down Thiago Motta and confirms negotiations for Lucas.
Juventus bring Giorgio Chiellini back into central defence, as they make only one change to face Atalanta this evening.
Francesco Totti celebrated his historic 211 goals for Roma. “It’s what I always wanted: to play for one club and break record after record.”
Attilio Tesser already made life difficult for Milan once this week and hopes Novara can do it again tomorrow. “We mustn’t get pegged back.”
Francesco Totti made history with his brace, breaking Gunnar Nordahl’s record, as Roma demolished Cesena 5-1.
Francesco Guidolin is more than satisfied with Udinese’s “stupefying” season so far, as they are in the race for the Winter title against Catania.
Alessandro Del Piero has reportedly been offered a huge $5m per season contract to join Montreal Impact.
Luis Enrique has reshuffled Roma against Cesena this afternoon, as Fabio Borini replaces Bojan Krkic in attack.
Sassuolo's six-goal thriller put them joint top with Torino, while Zdenek Zeman's Pescara conquered Empoli.
Lazio boss Edy Reja hopes he can finally take revenge on ex-derby rival Claudio Ranieri’s Inter. “I do not have good memories of him.”
Carlos Tevez’s agent confirms “talks are continuing with other interested clubs,” while Leonardo warns PSG “won’t go crazy” to sign him.
Maxi Lopez has been left out of Catania’s squad against Udinese, fuelling reports he has agreed a transfer to Fulham.
Delio Rossi does not “regret” taking over troubled Fiorentina, but has dropped Alessio Cerci due to “the pressures of the transfer market.”
Claudio Ranieri is still beaming from the derby triumph, but tells Inter that “Lazio will be far more complicated and I made a mistake with Wesley Sneijder.”
Massimiliano Allegri tells Milan they “have no choice but to win” away to Novara after their derby defeat.
Walter Mazzarri tells Napoli they must be on the ball in Siena on Sunday. “We can take nothing for granted.”
Under-21 international Manolo Gabbiadini is said to be on his way from Atalanta to Napoli during the transfer window.
Milan have a decimated squad for Sunday’s trip to Novara, but new buys Djamel Mesbah and Alexander Merkel are thrown straight into the fray.
Lucio has advised Inter to sign his fellow Brazilian Lucas. “He’s better suited to Italian football than Neymar.”
Lazio are finding the Keisuke Honda price-tag a little steep, so could go for the cheaper option of Juventus outcast Milos Krasic.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini reveals “Juventus wanted Javier Pastore” before he went to Paris Saint-Germain.
Roma face Cesena tonight and Juventus next week, so their club medic gives updates on Daniele De Rossi and Pablo Daniel Osvaldo.
There are reports that Fulham have accepted Maxi Lopez’s personal terms, but Milan are still hoping to snatch the Catania striker.
Look ahead to all this weekend’s Serie A action, including Atalanta-Juventus and Roma-Cesena today, plus an Inter-Lazio showdown.
Sampdoria and Livorno shared the spoils on Friday night and continue to languish mid-table.
PSG have sensationally dropped their bid for Carlos Tevez and Inter are frozen out too, as his agent confirms “he only wants Milan.”
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
It has been confirmed that Cagliari can play this weekend’s match with Fiorentina at their Stadio Sant’Elia, but only with a reduced capacity crowd.
Mariano Andujar has taken a parting shot at Catania after agreeing to rejoin Estudiantes de La Plata on a six-month deal.