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Friday September 13 2019
Capello: 'Three-way Scudetto race'

Fabio Capello can see a “three-way fight for the Scudetto between Juventus, Napoli and Inter” in a revitalised Serie A campaign.

After two rounds, only Juve, Inter and Torino have a 100 per cent record, while Napoli lost a last-gasp 4-3 thriller in Turin.

“I see it becoming a three-way fight for the Scudetto between Juventus, Napoli and Inter,” Capello told reporters at an awards ceremony.

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Friday September 13 2019
Tudor: 'Conte among best in world'

Igor Tudor can’t wait for Udinese to face Inter at San Siro tomorrow. “Antonio Conte is a friend and one of the best Coaches in the world.”

It kicks off on Saturday at 19.45 UK time (18.45 GMT), click here for a match preview.

The Friulani had a mixed start to the season, beating Milan in the opening weekend, then fumbling a lead in their home defeat to Parma.

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Friday September 13 2019
Rebic: Milan can throw me in

Milan new boy Ante Rebic believes he is "perfectly ready" to play for the Rossoneri and that he does not need bedding in.

Rebic was a late arrival at Milan, swapping clubs with Andre Silva on deadline day last week, but the ex-Eintracht Frankfurt winger insists he can be thrown straight in against Verona this weekend.

“I want to thank everyone for being here,” began the Croat at his official unveiling.

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Friday September 13 2019
Conte: Udinese 'game of our lives'

Antonio Conte describes Udinese as "the game of our lives" as the Inter boss pledges to "help Alexis Sanchez get back to being the Alexis we all know."

Inter host Udinese on their return to Serie A action tomorrow, hoping to make it three wins out of three, and Conte is prepared for a ‘challenging’ run of fixtures.

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Friday September 13 2019
Mourinho: Alexis 'sad' at United

Jose Mourinho claims Alexis Sanchez did not succeed for Manchester United because he was ‘a sad man’ but is expecting him to ‘recover’ at Inter.

Mourinho took Sanchez to United in January 2018, pairing him up with Romelu Lukaku, in what was billed as the move that swung the Premier League title race in the Red Devils’ favour.

However, the two forwards have since moved on to Inter and the ex-Nerazzurri boss admits he failed to get the best out of the Chilean.

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Friday September 13 2019
'Council could sell San Siro'

Milan mayor Beppe Sala has confirmed that his council is ‘willing’ to sell San Siro to the Rossoneri and Inter for the right price.

San Siro is currently owned by the city of Milan, but its two tenants are increasingly keen on the idea of building their own stadium.

With that in mind, Sala has offered Milan and Inter an alternative to going through with a private build.

“Right now, there are two possibilities on the table: a [new] stadium in San Siro or a stadium in Sesto San Giovanni,” he told Corriere della Sera.

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Friday September 13 2019
Koulibaly: Italy, look at England

Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly claims black players in Serie A risk becoming ‘prisoners of minorities’ unless Italy starts kicking out racist fans.

Koulibaly has been subjected to racial abuse from Lazio and Inter supporters in recent seasons, and the Senegalese believes the time has come for authorities to finally get serious about fighting the problem.

“Why we can’t wait...” he told Corriere dello Sport, beginning with a famous Martin Luther King Jr. quote.

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Friday September 13 2019
Allegri: Don’t regret Juve exit

Max Allegri ‘absolutely doesn’t regret’ leaving Juventus, believes Inter can win Serie A and reveals what it was like to coach Cristiano Ronaldo.

Allegri led Juve to five straight Scudetti in his five seasons at the helm but made way for Maurizio Sarri over the summer.

“I absolutely don’t regret the decision I made with Juventus. Things mustn’t be forced,” the 52-year-old told padovasport.tv.

“After five years, it was time to take a break. Perhaps the President had understood that before me.

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Thursday September 12 2019
Alexis: No-one like Lukaku

Inter new boy Alexis Sanchez claims ‘you won’t find anyone else like Romelu Lukaku’ and that Manchester United made ‘too many changes’.

Sanchez and Lukaku both struggled for consistency and form at United and have since moved to Inter, where the Chile forward ‘feels the will to achieve’ compared to Old Trafford.

“You won’t find anyone else like him, anywhere in the world,” the 30-year-old told ESPN.

“Lukaku and I trained very well. But we needed to play more in games to get to our best.

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Thursday September 12 2019
Serie A trio eye young Brazilian?

Inter, Juventus and Napoli are all reportedly keeping tabs on Athletico Paranaense midfielder Bruno Guimaraes.

According to Globo Esporte, the three clubs have been watching Bruno Guimaraes, a 21-year-old defensive midfielder with box-to-box potential.

As per Calciomercato.com, the Brazilian has ‘very good feet’, sustaining a 90-percent pass completion rate, and ‘incredible’ running ability.

He has also been described as a mix of Napoli midfielder Allan and Barcelona’s Arthur.

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