Vincenzo Montella urged Milan not to “rest on our laurels, but try to aim higher” ahead of their trip to Palermo.
M’Baye Niang is out of Milan’s trip to Palermo tomorrow, but Mati Fernandez is available for the first time.
Lazio midfielder Marco Parolo trusts Ciro Immobile for tonight’s game with Napoli, but thinks players who become Coaches are “mad.”
In a surprise twist, Sky Sport Italia claim Inter are meeting Gianfranco Zola today, but he could be Marcelino’s assistant manager.
Increasing reports suggest Inter agreed to hand Marcelino a contract to 2019, unless Guus Hiddink agrees to be a short-term caretaker.
Napoli fans claim they were robbed by Turkish police who then ignored them getting attacked during the trip to Besiktas.
Gigi Buffon is set to reach a landmark tomorrow, as Chievo v Juventus will be his 600th Serie A appearance.
If West Ham United revive their interest in Carlos Bacca in January, Milan could raise the price-tag from €30m to €40m.
Leonardo Bonucci admits Juventus “won some games we didn’t deserve to” this season and describes where he needs to improve.
Today Giampiero Ventura will name his Italy squad for Liechtenstein and Germany games with some reported new faces to feature.
Inter owners Suning reportedly cut Italian directors out of meetings with potential Coaches Marcelino and Stefano Pioli, listening to agent Kia Joorabchian.
Inter target Matteo Darmian and Memphis Depay, wanted by Roma and Milan, are reportedly on the way out of Manchester United.
Juventus plan January reinforcements with either Rodrigo Bentancur or Axel Witsel, then begin the Marco Verratti siege next summer.
Roma and Belgium defender Thomas Vermaelen could require surgery for his on-going sports hernia.
Atalanta winger Alejandro ‘Papu’ Gomez will not be eligible to play for Italy after all.
Inter continue their meetings for a new Coach to replace Frank de Boer, but Tuttosport look to the future and see Jose Mourinho.
Andrea Camplone made his debut on the Cesena bench in a spectacular 3-2 defeat to Cristian Brocchi’s Brescia.
Prolific Torino and Cagliari face off, then it’s a fascinating head-to-head between Napoli and Lazio, tomorrow Chievo-Juventus, Palermo-Milan, Roma-Bologna and Inter-Crotone.
Today's front page headlines in English from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
In a sudden turnaround, Marcelino has become the hot favourite for the Inter job after he was filmed emerging from a club meeting.
Torino midfielder Marco Benassi assures “I feel good in the Under-21s” despite claims he should have been called by Italy.
Stefano Pioli is reportedly in pole position for the Inter job, ahead of former Villarreal Coach Marcelino.
Fiorentina have reportedly set an asking price of €12m for Milan and Chelsea target Milan Badelj.
Roma full-back Bruno Peres believes the “final part” of the season will be decisive for the Scudetto.
Fabio Cannavaro’s Tianjin Quanjian reportedly want Edin Dzeko, but Roma are highly unlikely to sell.
Sassuolo’s injury crisis deepens, as the club confirms Alfred Duncan has picked up an ankle injury.
Germany have named their squad for the games with San Marino and Italy, with no Mesut Özil.
Mario Lemina believes Juventus “are still favourites for the Scudetto” but “we have to improve the quality of our play”.
Stefano Pioli and Marcelino are both reportedly in Milan, and will meet with the Inter hierarchy tomorrow.
Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan has been left out of the Belgium squad, as Roberto Martinez feels he “still has to get back to 100 per cent”.
Mario Lemina denies Juventus are different in Europe, and believes they will qualify for the Champions League Last 16 despite the draw with Lyon.
Dries Mertens has expressed his desire to stay at Napoli on the basis that he is “playing regularly” and part of “a truly great group”.
Reuters is reporting that Milan’s proposed sale to Chinese consortium Sino-Europe Sports will be completed by early December.
Guus Hiddink will reportedly reject Inter if they plan to interview him as part of a four-man shortlist, as opposed to offering him the job outright.
Simone Inzaghi has warned the rest of Serie A that Lazio “intend to stay near the top” of the table ahead of Napoli on Saturday.