What the papers say...
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Juve closely monitoring Walcott
Juventus are closely monitoring Theo Walcott's contract situation at Arsenal, reports have suggested in the English Press.
Papadopoulos not joining Milan
Schalke defender Kyriakos Papadopoulos will not be making a move to Milan, according to the player's agent.
Prandelli pleased with Balotelli
Italy Coach Cesare Prandelli has admitted he is pleased with the form of Mario Balotelli, despite his sporadic appearances for Manchester City.
Baldini apologises for De Rossi claim
Franco Baldini has backtracked on what he said earlier this week and has denied that Daniele De Rossi is for sale.
Perinetti praises Palermo pair
Former Palermo director Giorgio Perinetti has praised the club's South American forward duo – Abel Hernandez and Paulo Dybala.
Hernanes not leaving Lazio - agent
Hernanes will not be leaving Lazio any time soon, despite rumours of his departure, his agent has confirmed today.
Pogba in, Pirlo out against Lazio
Paul Pobga has been recalled for Juventus' home match against Lazio on Saturday night after being dropped last weekend.
Figo: Adriano lacked dedication
Inter ambassador Luis Figo has hit out at former teammate Adriano, claiming he 'lacked professionalism' during his time at the club.
Mazzarri wary of Milan threat
Napoli boss Walter Mazzarri has admitted that Milan will pose a problem when the two meet on Saturday.
No Milan for Napoli's Pandev
Goran Pandev will have to watch the Milan game from the sidelines after the Napoli man failed to recover from injury.
Lazio worried about Klose
Lazio boss Vladimir Petkovic has included Miroslav Klose in his squad for the trip to Juventus, but he’s not at his best.
Allegri: Berlusconi visit a positive
Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri is hoping that the visit of President Silvio Berlusconi today will spur the side on to victory at Napoli on Saturday.
Milan chief Berlusconi speaks…
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi has backed boss Massimiliano Allegri, told Stephan El Shaarawy to cut his hair and defended the club’s high profile summer sales.
Fiorentina confirm Cuadrado option
Fiorentina have confirmed that they have no intention of sending Juan Cuadrado back to Udinese at the end of the season.
Berlusconi fires up Milan with visit
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi gave the struggling squad a pep talk on Friday after he turned up at Milanello.
Del Piero not enough for Sydney
Juventus legend Alessandro Del Piero scored twice, but it wasn’t enough for Sydney FC to avoid defeat to Brisbane Roar on Friday.
Matri on Fiorentina radar
Despite the frosty relationship between Juventus and Fiorentina, reports suggest that a deal for Alessandro Matri could be done.
Sirigu: PSG was only option
Salvatore Sirigu has revealed that he joined Paris Saint-Germain in the summer of 2011 because he had no other Italian options.
Acerbi: ‘Pato and Cavani the best’
Alexandre Pato is just as good as Napoli sensation Edinson Cavani, says Milan teammate Francesco Acerbi.
Ogbonna wants to face Roma
Angelo Ogbonna is hoping to make his Torino comeback in their game at Roma on Monday evening.
Ranocchia to return for Inter?
Andrea Ranocchia should beat Walter Samuel to a place in the Inter starting line-up against Cagliari this weekend.
Lichtsteiner happy to stay at Juve
Stephan Lichtsteiner wants to remain with Italian champions Juventus. “There is no reason for him to leave,” said his agent.
Hernanes and Lulic have their price
Lazio would consider selling Senad Lulic and Hernanes to Juventus should big enough offers be made.
Ogbonna is a wanted man
Torino have admitted that a host of clubs are interested in Angelo Ogbonna, but Roma haven’t made them an offer.
Next three ties vital, says Vucinic
Mirko Vucinic has described Juventus’ next three games as “fundamental” towards the outcome of their season.
Eriksen: I couldn’t replace Sneijder
Ajax sensation Christian Eriksen has admitted that he would consider a switch to Serie A – but warned he could not replace Wesley Sneijder at Inter.
Klinsmann: Inter can be champions
USA boss Jurgen Klinsmann believes that the inexperienced Andrea Stramaccioni could lead Inter to the Scudetto this season.
What the papers say...
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Montreal Impact on Fiorentina
Marco Di Vaio scored the winner as Montreal Impact visited Fiorentina for a friendly at the Stadio Franchi.
Dybala's first Palermo birthday
Paulo Dybala celebrated his 19th birthday with Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini after breaking his Serie A duck.
Conte: 'Message to Mr Cassano'
Antonio Conte has released a statement after he “was astounded to read” Antonio Cassano’s suggestion the Juventus Coach could not “lecture on morality.”
Hernanes: 'Juve are beatable'
Hernanes is confident Lazio can beat Juventus in Turin on Saturday. “After Inter something has broken and now we all believe we can win there.”
Galliani in Real Madrid talks?
There are reports in Spanish newspapers that Milan chief Adriano Galliani had Real Madrid talks for Ricardo Carvalho, Raul Albiol and Kaka.
Milan lose Yanga-Mbiwa
Milan wave goodbye to one of their transfer targets, as Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa has officially renewed his Montpellier contract.
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