Juventus have reported that Martin Caceres’ injury suffered against Milan is not as bad as initially feared.
Lazio have confirmed that Ogenyi ‘Eddy’ Onazi has signed a new deal with the club, believed to be more than doubling his current wage.
Florence mayor Dario Nardella has revealed Fiorentina’s initial plans for a new 40,000-seater stadium costing over €300m.
Pietro Lo Monaco has cast his eye over events at Napoli and believes the issue lies in the transfer policy from the summer.
The Lega Serie A have confirmed Stefan de Vrij’s suspension for Lazio and fines for Udinese, Palermo, Atalanta, Roma and Chievo.
James Pallotta has reiterated that Roma are not considering Kevin Strootman’s sale, amid continued links to Manchester United.
Mimmo Di Carlo suggests that Napoli have been unlucky but that they must now regroup in order to turn around form.
Carlo Tavecchio ‘awaits with interest’ the result of any UEFA investigation into racist remarks, and makes clear his confidence.
Carlos Tevez is seen as almost certain to make his return to the Argentina national team, after three years away.
Pippo Inzaghi has deflected criticism from Silvio Berlusconi and made clear that Milan are only focused on their next game, against Empoli.
Pippo Inzaghi has named 23 players in his Milan squad to face Empoli, including Jeremy Menez, but not Michael Essien.
Maurizio Zamparini has asserted his faith in Beppe Iachini and his belief that Palermo deserve seven points already this term.
Beppe Marotta says Juventus can move in the January market if required, but that there is faith in the squad currently under Max Allegri’s guidance.
Stefano Pioli explains why Santiago Gentiletti's loss is an opportunity for the Lazio squad, as he insists they are already over yesterday’s defeat.
Speculation is that Fernando Torres could be in line for a first start with Milan tomorrow, but that Jeremy Menez may miss out.
There is concern at Roma that Daniele De Rossi may be the latest to face a spell on the sidelines, with a calf injury.
Former Lazio midfielder Fabio Liverani believes that the club are heading in the right direction under Stefano Pioli, despite a stuttering start.
Napoli Ultras’ leader Gennaro De Tommaso has been arrested along with four other club fans in relation to the 2014 Coppa Italia Final incidents in May.
With the top two starting to stretch ahead of the pack following another weekend of great goals in Serie A, Dave Taylor names a best XI from Week 3.
Roma winger Gervinho believes that this may be a season where ‘anything is possible’ for the Giallorossi.
Juventus director general Beppe Marotta has praised the club’s new Coach Massimiliano Allegri for his impressive start to the season.
FIGC director general Michele Uva has reacted to recent episodes of football-related violence, saying that it is ‘not just an Italian phenomenon’.
Morgan De Sanctis is set to be rewarded for recent form with the offer of a contract extension from Roma.
Struggling Napoli Coach Rafa Benitez is not yet at risk of losing his job, but talks over a contract extension have apparently been postponed.
Manchester United’s pursuit of Roma’s Kevin Strootman could include offering Juan Mata or Marouane Fellaini as part of a deal.
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Andrea Mandorlini said Verona have changed radically since last season, but have “the same never-say-die spirit.”
Walter Mazzarri accepts Inter’s draw at Palermo, as “we tried everything to win, but also risked defeat.”
Giampiero Ventura admits Torino’s “numbers are clearly not good” after a 1-0 defeat to Verona.
Beppe Iachini had regrets as Palermo “didn’t finalise” chances to beat Inter in their 1-1 draw.
Lazio defender Santiago Gentiletti will be out for six months, while Dusan Basta and Lucas Biglia also have injuries.
Mateo Kovacic earned furious Inter a point at Palermo, but Verona saved a last-gasp penalty to win at Torino.
Police in England are investigating racist abuse aimed at Italy and Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli on Twitter.
Vincenzo Montella admits Atalanta “deserved more” when Fiorentina came away with a 1-0 victory.
Rafa Benitez claims Napoli “had the game 100 per cent under control” despite their 1-0 defeat to Udinese.