Napoli winger Dries Mertens warns he finds it “irritating” that he doesn’t always play regularly.
Mario Pasalic’s agent admits he doesn't know why the on-loan Chelsea midfielder can’t get a game for Milan.
Igli Tare reveals Lazio spoke to Max Allegri and Roberto Donadoni about becoming Coach in 2014.
Thiago Silva’s agent admits a return to Milan is “possible” if he doesn’t renew his Paris Saint-Germain contract.
Fabio Capello has revealed that he rejected the Italy job “in the past” but warns Spain the “Azzurri will be hungry like always” on Wednesday.
Keita Balde Diao is reportedly considering whether to invoke Article 17 of FIFA’s transfer regulations in a bid to release himself from his Lazio contract.
Rolando Maran “won’t deny the gratification” of being linked to “big clubs” but insists he is “very happy” at Chievo.
Cagliari President Tommaso Giulini admits Inter and Milan having Chinese owners “saddens me because I see a lot of business and very little passion”.
Paolo Maldini has reportedly rejected the chance to return to Milan under the club’s new Chinese owners.
Giampiero Ventura is reportedly set to stick with 3-5-2 when Italy take on Spain at Juventus Stadium in 2018 World Cup qualifying this evening.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Chelsea promised Antonio Conte a £60m bid to lure Leonardo Bonucci from Juventus in January, claims The Telegraph.
Paulo Dybala said he’s close to a new contract with Juventus and it’s reported to triple his current wages to €6m per year.
Marek Hamsik revealed his biggest sporting dream: “To win the Scudetto with Napoli and get Slovakia into the World Cup.”
Giampiero Ventura opened the door for Mario Balotelli’s return to the Italy squad, but “he needs to prove he can play for the team.”
Gerson is struggling for playing time at Roma, so could be loaned out to Empoli or Crotone in January.
Lazio have brought Alvaro Gonzalez back into the squad as an emergency measure due to the injury crisis.
Keisuke Honda complained that Milan fans “abandon us” when the team is in difficulty. “We feel no love. They just care about the results.”
Pescara President Daniele Sebastiani is “ready to bring Gianluca Lapadula back from Milan” in January.
Spain and Barcelona defender Gerard Pique is concerned at Italy fielding a three-man defence and facing Alessandro Florenzi again.
Italy captain Gigi Buffon is confident Mario Balotelli “would find space” in the Azzurri squad if he continues his current Nice form.
Spain midfielder Koke warns “Italian teams have football in their blood, play with passion and never give up.”
Spain Coach Julen Lopetegui feels Italy have not changed much in recent years and confirms Diego Costa will start rather than Alvaro Morata.
There is confusion after Juventus said tests ruled out any fracture on infraction for Marko Pjaca, disagreeing with the Croatian diagnosis.
Giampiero Ventura is proud to take a “gamble” on senior Italy debutant Alessio Romagnoli against Spain and hopes for Turin luck.
Gigi Buffon urged Italy to replicate the “passion and desire” that allowed them to beat Spain at Euro 2016 and joked about his “sell-by-date.”
Maurizio Zamparini maintains a Chinese group will buy the majority shares of Palermo “within two months and will invest €200m.”
Lorenzo Pellegrini has left the Italy Under-21 camp with an injury, so Roberto Gagliardini is called up instead.
Inter “had talks with Palmeiras, but didn’t want Gabriel Jesus as much as Manchester City did,” revealed his agent.
As expected, Milan have appointed former Inter scout Massimo Mirabelli as their new director of sport post-takeover.
Juventus are keeping track of Atletico Madrid and Spain midfielder Saul Niguez, claims Tuttosport.
Marcelo Brozovic’s agent said the reason for his exclusion from Inter is “only an issue between Marcelo and his Coach” Frank de Boer.
Cesare Prandelli has reportedly asked Valencia to bring Milan and Italy midfielder Riccardo Montolivo to Spain in January.
Chelsea saw their £58m offer for Kalidou Koulibaly rejected, confirmed Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis.
Claudio Ranieri is happy working abroad at Leicester City but “never say never” when it comes to the Italy job.