FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio has requested a minute’s silence ahead of Italy’s friendly with Romania on Tuesday, following the Paris attacks.
FIFA’s acting President Issa Hayatou joins the voices standing in solidarity with France after last night’s attacks.
Napoli’s Omar El Kaddouri condemns last night’s attacks in Paris - “nothing to do with Islam”.
Manuel Pasqual’s Fiorentina future is reportedly in question, with Milan thought to be interested.
FIFA agent Ernesto Bronzetti says Carlo Ancelotti is 'the best Coach, the number one', whilst discussing Fiorentina's Paulo Sousa.
FIFA agent Ernesto Bronzetti expects Alvaro Morata and Paul Pogba to leave Juventus for Real Madrid and Barcelona respectively.
Inter's NemanjaVidic could cut down his recovery time and be back in two weeks, say reports.
Napoli are once again plotting to take Roberto Soriano from Sampdoria, though they will have to negotiate the price.
Milan are looking to buy Cesena's young prodigy Stefano Sensi, nicknamed 'the new Marco Verratti'.
Roma are planning the return of Seydou Keita against Bologna, and Leandro Castan on the longer term.
Napoli's Dries Mertens has been sidelined for two to three weeks and will be back in time to play against Roma.
Clarence Seedorf may terminate his contract with Milan in order to coach Queens Park Rangers or the Dutch national team.
Roberto Mancini says a transfer of Bursaspor's Serdar Aziz to Inter is hard, while praising Besiktas' Oguzhan Ozyakup: 'He's a good player'.
Udinese are looking to replace Duvan Zapata and may be targeting Sochaux striker Famara Diedhiou.
Roma Coach Rudi Garcia was among those evacuated from the Stade de France during the terrorist attacks.
Fabio Capello believes Inter are not comparable to his version of Milan: 'We used to have game'.
Belgium Coach Marc Wilmots prefers to discuss Paris rather than the match against Italy: 'It's more important than football.'
The world of Italian football expressed its solidarity to France in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks.
Radja Nainggolan says there is 'nothing to celebrate' in Belgium's 3-1 win over Italy after the massacre in Paris.
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Leonardo Bonucci and Antonio Conte admit the Paris terror attacks create “fear” for next summer’s Euro 2016 tournament.
Antonio Candreva said Belgium goalkeeper Simon Mignolet “was man of the match” against Italy.
Claudio Marchisio insists the 3-1 result did not reflect Italy’s performance in “a fairly even game” with Belgium.
Antonio Conte was “satisfied with the performance” despite a 3-1 friendly defeat to Belgium in Brussels.
Italy impressed in the first half, but hit the bar and were eventually beaten 3-1 by Belgium in a friendly test.
Carpi have officially appointed Giancarlo Romairone as their new director of sport.
Sampdoria statement denies reports they have a deal with Vincenzo Montella, though he could be released by Fiorentina.
Radja Nainggolan believes the Euro 2016 Final “will be between Belgium and Spain” as he faces Italy tonight.
Gigi Di Biagio felt Italy “had a perfect opening half-hour” in their 1-1 draw away to Serbia, but wasted chances.
Lazio teammates Danilo Cataldi and Sergej Milinkovic-Savic scored in an impressive 1-1 European Under-21 Championship qualifier.
Italy go with Eder, Graziano Pellè and Alessandro Florenzi against Eden Hazard, Kevin De Bruyne and Radja Nainggolan’s Belgium.
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Verona-Napoli and Udinese-Sampdoria have swapped places in the schedule for Serie A Week 13.
Ezequiel Lavezzi's advisor confirms “Juventus are an option and Roberto Mancini already wanted him at Manchester City.”
CSKA Moscow and Roma don’t want Seydou Doumbia, but West Ham United reportedly offer €22m for the striker.