Inter Coach Stefano Pioli “hasn’t decided” yet whether to use a 3-4-3 system against giant-killers Genoa, but “mentality makes the difference.”
Sinisa Mihajlovic warned Juventus “are up against Torino history, population and all those who work for us. We’ll leave the pitch with heads held high.”
Max Allegri warned the current Torino “don’t fit the old-fashioned Granata stereotype and are therefore more dangerous” for Juventus.
Giacomo Bonaventura and Carlos Bacca are still not back in full Milan training, so are huge doubts to feature against Roma.
David Trezeguet believes Gonzalo Higuain will be the decisive man when Juventus visit Torino for the Derby della Mole.
Roma CEO Umberto Gandini admits it’ll be strange facing his old club Milan. “It’s the biggest game of the round, if not the year.”
Alberto Zaccheroni doubts Milan can win the Scudetto anytime soon and warns “nobody here has heard of” their Chinese buyers.
Italian reports claim Roma have asked Chelsea to take Cesc Fabregas on loan in January.
Watford Coach Walter Mazzarri “is doing well in England, but Serie A is always on his mind,” said his agent.
Italy Coach Giampiero Ventura warns Graziano Pellè, Mario Balotelli and young Azzurri talents that he'll drop anyone who "thinks they're a phenomenon."
Blerim Dzemaili will leave Bologna to play for Montreal Impact in July 2017, confirmed President Joey Saputo.
Spanish reports claim Juventus are fighting Barcelona for Sevilla midfielder Steven N’Zonzi, perhaps as early as January.
Giampiero Ventura admits he could use Gigi Buffon in his Italy staff after the 2018 World Cup. “Why not?”
Mattia De Sciglio is very impressed by Roma, but “honestly did not expect” Milan to be fighting them for second place in Serie A.
Claudio Marchisio described his highs and lows against Torino, but would “lose both derbies if Juventus win the Champions League.”
Axel Witsel isn’t the only Belgian midfielder on the Juventus watchlist, as they are also tracking Anderlecht’s Youri Tielemans.
Monaco and Poland defender Kamil Glik revealed he “will be in the stands cheering on Torino” in the derby with Juventus on Sunday.
Despite reports of Inter entering talks with Fenerbahce, Rai Sport insist Milan remain the favourites for Simon Kjaer.
Gabriel Barbosa “is not happy and wants to be an idol at Inter. If he does leave, it’ll be for a club of the same level as Inter,” said his agent.
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Sampdoria sporting director Carlo Osti promises neither Luis Muriel “or anyone else” will leave the club in January.
Mario Pasalic admits “it was not an easy start” at Milan, but thanks Vincenzo Montella who “always believed in me”.
Roma defender Kostas Manolas is “convinced that we’re stronger” than Milan, and targets the Serie A summit.
It’s claimed Mino Raiola made €10m in commissions from Juventus during Paul Pogba’s time in Turin.
Juventus are on alert after Wolfsburg excluded Julian Draxler from their squad to face Bayern Munich.
UEFA has announced that Italy will host the 2019 Under-21 European Championships.
UEFA has confirmed changes to the Champions League, with new kick-off times and automatic entry for the top four Leagues.
Napoli’s official radio station is reporting that Arkadiusz Milik will return for the Pescara match on January 15.
Lyon Coach Bruno Genesio admits Roma’s Juan Iturbe could be “the right profile” for a January transfer.
Luca Antonelli assures Milan will “go to Roma to win”, but won’t set out objectives for the season.
Xherdan Shaqiri may have put Roma back on red alert as the Stoke City star admits “I want to play Champions League again in the near future”.
Cesare Prandelli blasted his Valencia players ahead of their game at the weekend and warned “those who aren’t happy to suffer for this shirt can leave”.
Juventus full-back Alex Sandro has revealed his one wish – to play Porto in the Champions League final.
Simone Inzaghi insists Lazio must move on from the Derby della Capitale when they face Sampdoria but admits “clear incidents steered” Roma’s win.
Milan will reportedly open talks with Giacomo Bonaventura over a new contract next week – and the midfielder may be back in time to face Roma.