NEWS

Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri enthuses about the current campaign, encouraging the fans to 'live every moment'.
Reports claim that Inter will call former boss Jose Mourinho over players surplus to requirements at Manchester United.
Today's front page headlines in English from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Napoli star Dries Mertens bagged a hat-trick for Belgium, but Edin Dzeko was sent off as Miralem Pjanic’s free kick was deflected in Bosnia’s dramatic Greece draw.
An own goal prevented Bari from leapfrogging Spezia in the Serie B table, but leaders Verona were humiliated 4-0 and Frosinone went second.
Gigi Del Neri went over his career highlights, including the miracle Chievo, Roma and Juventus regrets and bringing a Friuli work ethic to Udinese.
Inter only appointed Stefano Pioli this week, but Diego Simeone’s comments about the Nerazzurri are gaining traction in Madrid.
Keita Balde Diao’s agent has firmly denied reports he had a meeting with Napoli to discuss the Lazio striker.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero defended freezing out Antonio Cassano. “We want a team full of young Italians.”
Amid Manchester City and Arsenal interest, Juventus are set to lock down 16-year-old striking sensation Moise Kean.
Ronald de Boer compared brother Frank to Luis Enrique. “There is no patience to let Coaches work in Italy.”
Leandro Paredes described the “immense honour” of Juan Roman Riquelme calling the Roma midfielder his football heir.
Bologna winger Ladislav Krejci is the latest candidate to join Roma in the January transfer window.
Francesco Acerbi admits the Sassuolo injury crisis, especially to Domenico Berardi, has taken a heavy toll.
Alisson is playing regularly for Brazil, yet sitting on the Roma bench. “They asked me to be patience, because it’s a period of transition.”
Inter, Milan and Valencia are being linked with Besiktas midfielder Tolgay Arslan.
Sassuolo forward Matteo Politano skipped training today, while Italy are testing a 3-4-3 formation against Germany.
Under-21 Coach Gigi Di Biagio believes Andrea Belotti “has been the best Italian striker of the last two years.”
Jose Callejon hopes to continue his fine form for Napoli and play for Spain against England on Tuesday.
Gianluca Lapadula reveals he started out as a goalkeeper and “immediately fell in love” with Milan.
Leaders Verona suffered a huge shock with their 4-0 home defeat to Novara, Cesena finally got back on track and Frosinone broke away from Cittadella in second.
Southampton and Valencia are reportedly making a bid for Genoa’s Portugal international Miguel Veloso.
Italy look set for a return to the 3-5-2 system for Tuesday’s friendly against Germany and Gianluigi Donnarumma could start.
Atalanta are in fourth place now, but Gian Piero Gasperini felt like “a dead man walking” when he risked the axe a few weeks ago.
Giampiero Ventura is set to call promising young players for an Italy training camp, including Marco Benassi, Antonio Barreca and Manuel Locatelli.
Keisuke Honda’s agent admits “it’s obvious he is not part” of Milan’s plans, but insists there are no talks with Shanghai SIPG.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta insists it’s “normal” that Mino Raiola made millions on the Paul Pogba deal. “Agents are now intermediaries.”
Torino President Urbano Cairo has pledged to strengthen the squad in January to push for European qualification.
Alexis Sanchez has failed to agree a new contract with Arsenal, prompting renewed interest from Juventus and Manchester City.
Sevilla are linked with a recall for Carlos Bacca after reports Napoli rejected the Milan striker due to his wages.
Aleix Vidal’s agent confirmed the Barcelona full-back is “waiting to see what happens” at Milan ahead of a January transfer.
Italy team manager Lele Oriali warns “it’s never a friendly against Germany, as it’s always a spectacular and hard-fought battle.”
Antonio Conte thinks he is “in the right moment of my life” to experience Chelsea and English football, including their packed Christmas schedule.
New Juventus signing Rodrigo Bentancur is “similar to an early Paul Pogba,” claims Boca Juniors Coach Guillermo Barros Schelotto.
A remarkable report claims Napoli are looking to Marco Giampaolo for next season, as Fiorentina approach Maurizio Sarri.