Genoa President Enrico Preziosi admits “I was wrong to recall Ivan Juric” but “I was convinced that this time it could end well”.
Giuseppe Rossi is already predicting Juventus “will win the league again”, following last night’s win over Inter.
Cesare Prandelli admits to “emotion” when he was called to take the Genoa job, but feels predecessor Ivan Juric was “very unlucky”.
Stefano Pioli’s Fiorentina job is not thought to be at risk, even if they lose to Sassuolo tomorrow afternoon.
Lucas Paqueta is expected to be in the stands for Milan’s game with Torino tomorrow, and is aiming for his debut in the Supercoppa Italiana.
Inter are reportedly in pole position for Fiorentina’s Federico Chiesa, thanks to the arrival of Giuseppe Marotta.
Salvatore Sirigu feels Gianluigi Buffon “represents Italian football”, and gives his opinion on the next generation of Italian goalkeepers.
Torino goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu still thinks about Davide Astori “every day” - “we grew up together”.
Juventus will reportedly offer Mario Mandzukic a contract extension, in exchange for lowering his salary.
Juventus are reportedly looking to close a deal for Sandro Tonali of Brescia, to ensure they get the jump on their rivals.
Andrea Conti is ready to make his return for Milan, though he admits “I don’t have a full 90 minutes in my legs”.
Juventus defender Joao Cancelo says Inter “have remained in my heart” after his loan spell there last year.
Sampdoria Coach Marco Giampaolo agrees Lazio are like a Ferrari with an overheated engine and “we don’t want to be the mechanic who gets it started again”.
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There are reports of Inter fans damaging the away section of the Juventus Stadium and even shoving a female steward during Friday's 1-0 defeat.
Luciano Spalletti reveals Radja Nainggolan is out against PSV Eindhoven, while Matias Vecino is also in doubt for the Champions League.
Pescara left it late to push past Carpi and put pressure on Serie B leaders Palermo in the Friday night match.
Joao Miranda maintains “we proved Inter are as strong as Juventus, we just have to take our chances better.”
Leonardo Bonucci admits Juventus “were fortunate” when Inter hit the woodwork, but overall kept the Nerazzurri under control.
Luciano Spalletti critiqued Inter for their inconsistent approach and failure to take chances in the 1-0 defeat to Juventus, but explained his substitutions.
Max Allegri concedes Inter “caused us problems in the first half,” but Juventus readjusted and emerged with a deserved 1-0 victory.
Juventus have equalled the best ever start to a top five league in the era of three points for a victory, set by Paris Saint-Germain, of 43 in 15 rounds.
Mario Mandzukic’s diving header on a cross from ex-Inter man Joao Cancelo proved decisive, as Juventus won the Derby d’Italia and flew 14 points clear of their opponents.
Join us for the build-up and action from tonight’s massive Derby d’Italia, as leaders Juventus host third-place Scudetto chasers Inter.
Milan and Torino will wear black armbands and hold a minute’s silence before kick-off on Sunday for ex-Coach Gigi Radice.
Juventus director Fabio Paratici can’t wait for the Derby d’Italia with Inter to kick off and praised Paulo Dybala for his adaptability.
Director Piero Ausilio assured “Inter are here to win” at the Juventus Stadium and Mauro Icardi is ready to deliver more goals.
Giorgio Chiellini maintains Juventus “need something more” against Inter and above all “the big games are decided on details.”
Marcelo Brozovic warned Inter must “prove who we are this evening. Juventus have already shown themselves to be strong, but we’ll catch them up.”
Cristiano Ronaldo and Paulo Dybala take on Mauro Icardi and Ivan Perisic in a fascinating Derby d’Italia between Juventus and Inter.
Daniele Rugani’s agent confirmed Napoli requested the defender, but Juventus “never wanted to start any negotiations.”
Rolando Maran urged Cagliari to “be the architects of our own destiny” against Roma, even without some key players on both sides.
The Italian Federation (FIGC) has introduced stronger sanctions to combat violence against referees, with a minimum two-year ban.
Juventus have lost only one of their 18 Serie A games played on a Friday, but that too was against Inter in the Derby d’Italia.
Bologna midfielder Andrea Poli has received a one-match Coppa Italia ban after he was caught on camera uttering a blasphemous phrase.