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Philippe Mexes insists he wants to stay at Milan - and that he will cut his wages in order to do so.
Juventus are reported to have upped their wage offer to Stephan Lichtsteiner, even if they remain short of his demands in contract talks.
Manuel Pasqual’s agent has played down links to Roma and Milan, but asserts he has yet to talk to Fiorentina about a new contract.
Rafa Marquez has described Serie A as one of the best leagues in the world and encouraged more Mexicans to follow his lead.
Davor Suker has insisted that Sunday's match between Italy and Croatia will have no bearing in the race to qualify for Euro 2016.
Pablo Armero is not happy about his lack of game-time for Milan, launching a scathing attack on Coach Filippo Inzaghi.
Mattia De Sciglio has called on fans and media to leave Mario Balotelli alone as the forward reintegrates to the Italy squad.
Andrea Ranocchia has called for Italy’s up-and-coming defenders to be given time to mature, as he looks ahead to the Euro 2016 qualifier with Croatia.
Croatia CT Niko Kovac has announced his squad that will take on Italy in Euro 2016 qualifying at San Siro on Sunday.
Francesco Totti praises his fellow veterans, including Alex Del Piero, as well as talking about his Gigi Riva inspiration.
Francesco Totti insists there is no friction between himself and Rudi Garcia, as he assesses Roma’s title challenge.
Napoli could offer Rafael Benitez a ‘Spain clause’ allowing him to leave to take over La Roja should he sign a contract extension with the Partenopei.
Inter Coach Walter Mazzarri will reportedly be dismissed if his side lose the derby with Milan when Serie A resumes.
Juventus striker Alvaro Morata has revealed how the Bianconeri convinced him to move to Turin - by turning up on his doorstep.
Juventus will offer Claudio Marchisio an improved new contract to ward off Manchester United and Arsenal, reports suggest.
Milan defender Philippe Mexes says he respects Coach Pippo Inzaghi, despite playing only one game for the Rossoneri this season. Inzaghi took...
Napoli have reportedly taken the first steps to securing the signature of Ivan Perisic from Wolfsburg, while they player’s agent admits a move is ‘possible’.
Today's front page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere delle Sport and Tuttosport
Carlos Tevez made his Argentina comeback after three years in today’s 2-1 victory over Croatia.
Antonio Sanabria’s agent warned he will talk to Roma about a January move to Parma, “because he needs to play.”
Max Allegri explains his Juventus tactical changes and claims Super Cup rivals Napoli are still in the Scudetto race.
Stefano Sabelli and Salvatore Molina have left the Italy Under-21 camp due to injury ahead of the Denmark game.
Giovanni Trapattoni insists Walter Mazzarri “is not the problem” at Inter and he’s happy for him to receive another chance.
Fiorentina reportedly warned Josip Ilicic must apologise to fans for an insulting gesture or be sold in January.
Lazio are reportedly preparing a bid for Saint-Etienne goalkeeper Stephane Ruffier.
Mauro Zarate’s agent confirmed “Torino and other Italian clubs” are in contact, as he is “seriously considering” a West Ham exit.
Emanuele Giaccherini is “flattered” by the possibility of joining Napoli, said the Sunderland man’s agent.
Arsenal and Wolfsburg are pushing to sign unsettled Roma striker Mattia Destro, claim Italian reports.
Former Juventus goalkeeper Stefano Tacconi blasted Inter Coach Walter Mazzarri for “blaming anything except himself!”
Roma boss Rudi Garcia admits his club are still “small” on the European stage, but can qualify in the Champions League.
Rudi Garcia remains adamant Roma “are the best team” in Italy and wants to win with “fantastic” Francesco Totti.
Andrej Kramaric says that he would like to play for either Milan or Inter in the near future, as he looks ahead to Croatia’s clash with Italy.
Napoli Coach Rafael Benitez may have moved closer to a new deal with the club, it has been reported.
Francesco Coco has criticised Erick Thohir ahead of the upcoming Derby della Madonnina, claiming that the Inter President ‘knows nothing about football’.
Juventus are among the clubs that could move for Manchester United’s Juan Mata in January, reports in Britain suggest.

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