Alessandro Nesta claims there are “so many problems” at Milan and reveals “I hope to coach both Lazio and the Rossoneri” one day.
Italy are expected to start Andrea Belotti with Ciro Immobile, while Sweden can rely on Albin Ekdal in the World Cup play-off.
Giampiero Ventura won’t rule Simone Zaza out of the starting XI against Sweden tomorrow, but Andrea Belotti “is ready to contribute.”
Arrigo Sacchi dislikes the Italy squad set to face Sweden for a place in the World Cup. “Nobody in Serie A uses three at the back.”
Luis Alberto’s agent says “Lazio rejected all offers” for his client, and explains his upturn in form this season.
Roma Coach Eusebio Di Francesco says Patrik Schick’s controversial interview was “misinterpreted”.
Claudio Ranieri believes “the climb has begun” for Italian football, and his Nantes are “a team to be discovered”.
Luis Alberto said his recall to the Spain squad after impressing with Lazio is “the best thing that has ever happened to me in football.”
Lazio are interested in signing Atalanta midfielder Bryan Cristante, who is currently on loan from Benfica.
Serie A has announced its winter dates for this season, with matches spanning across Christmas and New Year.
The dates for the Coppa Italia round of 16 and quarter-finals have been released by the Lega Serie A.
The postponed Serie A match between Lazio and Udinese has been rescheduled for Wednesday January 24 2018.
Lazio striker Ciro Immobile describes Italy’s play-off with Sweden as “the most important of my career”, and assures he’s fit.
Join us for build-up and action from today’s Serie A games, including Inter-Torino, Fiorentina-Roma, Chievo-Napoli, Juventus-Benevento, Sassuolo-Milan.
Lazio’s Serie A match against Udinese has been called off at the Stadio Olimpico due to heavy rainfall.
Luigi Del Neri concedes Udinese cannot face Lazio simply aiming to defend for 90 minutes.
Simone Inzaghi is without Felipe Caicedo and possibly also Ciro Immobile against Udinese, but wants Lazio to find a 10th straight win.
Torino Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic points out Inter are “not unbeatable and I already got Luciano Spalletti fired once before.”
Italy named the squad for the World Cup play-off against Sweden, including Napoli midfielder Jorginho, Simone Zaza and Alessandro Florenzi.
Luis Alberto admits he has reached “the best moment of my career” after initially struggling at Lazio, culminating in a Spain call.