Morgan De Sanctis has reflected on Roma’s ambition ‘to change Italian football’, as he remarks on Rudi Garcia’s intelligence and his Italy retirement.
Fiorentina have confirmed that Giuseppe Rossi is facing between four and five months on the sidelines following knee surgery.
Recent acquisition for Parma Francesco Lodi believes Milan are more dangerous now that they have changed their mentality.
Nigel de Jong has reiterated his focus is on continuing his career with Milan, rather than considering a move to Ajax.
Hellas Verona’s new striker Nico Lopez is flattered and unafraid of comparisons with Juan Manuel Iturbe.
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi has made clear his optimism at the club’s start to the season, declaring: “The atmosphere has changed.”
Inter director Piero Ausilio has defended and backed his club’s summer transfer strategy: “My conscience is clear.”
Giorgio Chiellini has been ruled out of Italy’s opening Euro 2016 qualifier against Norway through injury.
Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal has denied speculation surrounding his fitness: “My knee is perfect. Please stop making stuff up. Forza Chile!”
Juventus midfielder Luca Marrone missed training today and has since been diagnosed as having suffered a thigh strain.
Keita Balde Diao has affirmed that Lazio are ‘not depressed’ for their defeat to Milan, as he asserts their ambitious mentality for 2014-15.
Adriano Galliani has detailed Silvio Berlusconi’s latest visit to speak with the Milan squad, and has great hope for Fernando Torres.
Filippo Inzaghi has reflected on what he wants to see from his Milan team, as he expresses admiration and hope for Fernando Torres.
New Torino midfielder Juan Manuel Sanchez Mino has today explained that the club’s fans and history were big attractions.
Italy team doctor Enrico Castellacci is optimistic for Stephan El Shaarawy’s return to fitness, but casts doubt on Giorgio Chiellini.
Rome mayor Ignazio Marino has given his official approval to the construction of Roma’s new stadium, and hopes it will be ready by 2017.
Andrea Barzagli lists Roma s the ‘most formidable’ title challenger, as he outlines Juventus’ Champions League hopes.
Andrea Barzagli admits that Juventus have done very well with a back three, but says there’s no issue if Max Allegri switches to a four-man defence.
Milan captain Riccardo Montolivo says he is impressed by Pippo Inzaghi’s first few months in charge at the club.
Juventus were ready to make a move for Palermo’s Stefano Sorrentino, if Marco Storari had left in the summer transfer window.
Walter Mazzarri has compared Inter to Barcelona and is targeting an immediate return to the Champions League.
With the transfer window now shut, Fiorentina will turn their attention to a couple of contract renewals.
New Torino goalkeeper Luca Castellazzi insists the Granata are on the way up after their seventh-place finish last term.
Fiorentina insist they didn’t turn down any offer for Juan Cuadrado in the summer – as one never arrived.
Ex-Milan striker Maurizio Ganz has hailed his former club’s transfer deadline day swoop for Giacomo Bonaventura.
Erik Lamela says he didn’t consider a summer move from Tottenham to Italy. “I never had any doubts about my future.”
Milan chief Silvio Berlusconi will catch-up on all the latest at the club today when he visits Milanello.
Blerim Dzemaili says he could have continued his career in Serie A – but he didn’t take much convincing to join Galatasaray.
Paul Pogba is convinced new Juventus teammate Kingsley Coman can have a season to remember in Turin.
Marco Verratti isn’t concerned by the prospect of competing with Andrea Pirlo for an Italy starting shirt. “We are all made to feel important here.”
The Gazzetta dello Sport is suggesting Juventus star Carlos Tevez could be recalled to the Argentina squad.
Riccardo Montolivo could return to action for Milan sooner than expected, reports the Gazzetta dello Sport.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Guus Hiddink rued the Bruno Martins Indi red card in Holland’s 2-0 friendly defeat to Italy.
Emanuele Giaccherini trusts Antonio Conte will shake up Italy the same way he did Juventus. “He’s hungry to win, as always.”