NEWS

Sassuolo Coach Eusebio Di Francesco is “proud” to be facing his son, Bologna striker Federico, in today’s Emilia-Romagna Derby.
Everton are reportedly lining up a bid for Roma midfielder Kevin Strootman next summer.
Carlo Ancelotti would be prepared to take the England job – but only after sitting on the Italy bench – and tips Antonio Conte to shine at Chelsea.
Thiago Silva wouldn’t be technically a free agent for Juventus, but there is a clause in the Paris Saint-Germain contract.
It is reported that Inter Coach Frank De Boer’s position is still under threat ahead of the Nerazzurri’s meeting with Atalanta.
Massimo Oddo believes his Pescara players have deserved more than they have got so far this season.
Massimo Rastelli says Cagliari’s win at San Siro over Inter last week means nothing as they prepare to face Fiorentina.
Luigi Del Neri believes it is too soon to view Udinese’s match with Pescara as a potential relegation six-pointer.
Gian Piero Gasperini says Atalanta’s match with Inter is an opportunity for his side to further demonstrate their growth.
Early reports suggest Paulo Dybala will be out for 10-15 days, missing big Juventus games against Napoli and Lyon.
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Alessio Romagnoli credited Vincenzo Montella with uniting the Milan squad and assured he has no intention of joining Chelsea.
Andrea Barzagli was “angry” at the Juventus defeat with Milan and disallowed goal, but “we had another hour to win it and failed.”
Adriano Galliani said Milan’s win over Juventus proves their focus on Italian youth has paid off and revealed a Sulley Muntari treat.
Vincenzo Montella warned “a new season begins now,” as Milan beating Juventus means there are different expectations.
Max Allegri insists the defeat to Milan “does not change the course of our season” and was content with the Juventus performance.
Manuel Locatelli struggled to “realise what I’ve done” after his astonishing strike earned Milan’s 1-0 victory over Juventus.
Manuel Locatelli’s scorching strike gave Milan a 1-0 win over Juventus, cutting their lead to two points, but Miralem Pjanic’s goal was controversially disallowed.
Genoa assistant manager Alberto Corradi felt a refereeing error proved decisive in their 2-1 Derby della Lanterna defeat to Sampdoria.
Marco Giampaolo thanked Sampdoria fans after the hard-fought derby victory over rivals Genoa. “It was my first and I hope not my last!”
Juventus director Beppe Marotta is impressed by Gianluigi Donnarumma, but won’t approach the Milan goalkeeper, while he again discussed Thiago Silva.
Adriano Galliani confirmed “this will be the last Milan-Juventus of the Silvio Berlusconi era,” but the future looks bright for the Rossoneri.
Paulo Dybala shrugged off criticism of Juventus and said a win at Milan “would be a strong signal” in the Scudetto race.
Mattia Perin saved a Fabio Quagliarella penalty, but Genoa still fell 2-1 as Sampdoria won a breathless Derby della Lanterna.
Giacomo Bonaventura can sense “a lot of adrenaline” in the Milan squad for tonight’s showdown with Juventus.
Milan are in joint second place and host leaders Juventus in what should be an intriguing San Siro clash, as Carlos Bacca and M’Baye Niang face Gonzalo Higuain and Paulo Dybala.
Palermo Coach Roberto De Zerbi has Ilija Nestorovski back and hopes Francesco Totti is on the bench for Roma tomorrow.
Gabriel ‘Gabigol’ Barbosa reveals why he had “no doubts” about choosing Inter and how he’s adapting to Serie A football.
Verona extend their lead at the top of the table and Carpi’s unbeaten run is ended at Spal, while Cesena snatch a last-gasp point from Ternana.
Raul Albiol is again out of Napoli’s trip to Crotone and Coach Maurizio Sarri isn’t talking to the media.
Sampdoria and Genoa go on the attack in a must-win game for both sides, but above all it’s the fiery Derby della Lanterna.
Join us for today’s two huge Serie A games, as there’s the Derby della Lanterna in Genoa and second-placed Milan host leaders Juventus.
Simone Inzaghi warned Lazio are decimated by injuries and bans, but “we still want to play for the win” at Torino tomorrow.
Paulo Sousa demands “greater intensity” from Fiorentina in their difficult trip to Cagliari and admits his job “depends on results.”
Ryan Giggs reveals the most difficult defender he ever faced was Inter full-back Javier Zanetti. “He had everything!”