NEWS

Legendary commentator Peter Brackley, known for his association with Football Italia, has died aged 67.
Former Milan owner Silvio Berlusconi has revealed that ‘the objective is definitely Serie A’ for Monza.
Former referee and ex-UEFA chief Pierluigi Collina insists VAR must remain at the discretion of match officials and not Coaches.
Italy are unchanged for tonight’s Nations League decider against Poland, with Nicolo Barella over Lorenzo Pellegrini, but Krzysztof Piatek is benched.
Fiorentina striker Giovanni Simeone admits it would be ‘amazing’ to reunite with father Diego at Atletico Madrid.
Mino Raiola insists he has not held any talks with Milan about Zlatan Ibrahimovic possibly returning to the club.
Carlo Ancelotti, Pep Guardiola and Arrigo Sacchi compared notes on the Coaches who influenced them the most, including tiki-taka and man-management skills.
Arrigo Sacchi, Carlo Ancelotti and Pep Guardiola discussed the philosophy of football and name-checked Roberto De Zerbi’s Sassuolo as an example to follow.
Gabriel ‘Gabigol’ Barbosa warned his future “doesn’t depend” on him, as Santos ask Inter for another loan deal.
Suso is happy at Milan after the “mess of the Chinese takeover” was resigned to history. “Now there are people who know about football.”
Massimo Allegri wants Juventus to follow in the footsteps of Fabio Capello’s Milan with a record start.
Sinisa Mihajlovic urged Italy fans to have patience and trust Roberto Mancini, but also didn’t think much of his False 9 approach to Poland.
Sinisa Mihajlovic said he has “turned down two or three offers in Italy, because I want an experience in Europe or Asia,” but will watch the Milan Derby.
Manchester United are ready to pay up to €60m for Fiorentina and Serbia defender Nikola Milenkovic, claim reports.
Juventus, Milan, Inter and Roma transfer target Adrien Rabiot is reportedly leaning towards a new contract at Paris Saint-Germain.
Italy have cut Emerson Palmieri, Gianluca Caprari and Lorenzo Tonelli from the squad for tonight’s Nations League game with Poland.
Milan winger Suso has credited “Number One” Coach Gennaro Gattuso for his return to form for both club and country.
Davide Astori’s partner Francesca Fioretti gave a deeply moving insight into life after the Fiorentina captain’s sudden death. “We were meant to walk together.”
Napoli continue to track Ajax striker Kasper Dolberg with a view to a January swoop, according to the Corriere dello Sport.
Chievo veteran Sergio Pellissier won’t stop scoring yet, especially with new Coach Giampiero Ventura to “teach football.”
Italy will be relegated from the Nations League A if they lose to Poland this evening, while a draw would leave everything open.
Dries Mertens insists Napoli are still in for the Scudetto, as “Juventus haven’t entirely convinced me yet,” discusses his future and missing Maurizio Sarri.
Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku said Juventus are “one of the two-three best teams in Europe” and admits he’d love a move to Serie A.
Italy captain Giorgio Chiellini assures the Nazionale “give our best with backs to the wall” as they go into tonight’s Nations League crunch match with Poland.
The Sunday Express claim that Maurizio Sarri and Chelsea have joined the race for Genoa’s Polish striker Krzysztof Piatek.
Inter are ready to revive their approach for Real Madrid midfielder and Ballon d’Or favourite Luka Modric, claims the Corriere dello Sport.
Italy seem set to make only one change against Poland in the Nations League tonight, with Lorenzo Pellegrini replacing Nicolò Barella.
Today's front page headlines in English from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Napoli lawyer Mattia Grassani said Paris Saint-Germain risk very little in a match-fixing investigation, but Red Star Belgrade could be in dire trouble.
Napoli turned down Krzysztof Piatek in 2016, reveals an intermediary, but the Genoa star is now tracked by “Roma, Juventus, Barcelona, Arsenal and Bayern Munich.”
Lorenzo Insigne is enjoying his new position for Napoli and believes he can make an impact for Italy in the Nations League against Poland.
Antonio Cassano has retired from football – again – but had time for another typically no-filter interview. “All the players suck nowadays.”
Spanish paper AS claims that Barcelona are eyeing Serie A for their next defender, either Inter’s Milan Skriniar or Kalidou Koulibaly of Napoli.
Roberto Mancini insists Ciro Immobile’s Instagram message was “to the media and not to me,” though the Lazio striker is likely to be dropped against Poland.
Roberto Donadoni sees Juventus stand above the crowd in Serie A, but can’t wait for “unpredictable” Inter-Milan.