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Friday December 13 2019
Cole: 'Smalling should stay'

Ashley Cole says he would like Manchester United loanee Chris Smalling to stay at Roma and has advised Arsenal to hire Carlo Ancelotti.

Roma want to keep Smalling beyond his loan spell and have begun talks with United about signing Smalling outright, although there seems to be distance between the two clubs over a fee.

Cole, speaking to Omnisport, believes his fellow Englishman should stay in the Eternal City.

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Thursday December 12 2019
Napoli 'on Torreira red alert'

Napoli are reportedly willing to spend €25m on Lucas Torreira if Arsenal refuse to let the midfielder leave on loan.

According to Il Mattino, Napoli are keen to bring in Torreira next month, hoping to capitalise on his uncertain status in North London.

The Uruguayan has started just seven Premier League games this season, and the newspaper claims the Partenopei will ask Arsenal about taking him on loan.

Failing that, it is claimed they would have no qualms paying the €25m the Gunners are demanding for his services.

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Wednesday December 11 2019
Report: Ancelotti in Arsenal talks

Arsenal have reportedly opened talks with Carlo Ancelotti and could reach an agreement with the former Napoli boss as early as this afternoon.

Despite guiding Napoli to the last 16 of the Champions League, that was not enough for Ancelotti to keep his job at the San Paolo.

After moving into pole position to fill the Arsenal vacancy, Tuttomercatoweb claims the Gunners have now approached the 60-year-old, offering him a contract until 2021.

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Wednesday December 11 2019
'Ancelotti can work anywhere'

Chelsea coach Frank Lampard is “very sorry” for Carlo Ancelotti after his Napoli dismissal but believes his former boss “can work anywhere in the world”.

Ancelotti was sacked for failing to arrest Napoli’s poor run in Serie A, despite leading them to the Champions League knockout stages last night.

“I have huge respect for him, I am very sorry for him,” Lampard said at a press conference.

“I know it was a tough job for him lately.”

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Wednesday December 11 2019
Arsenal make move for Ancelotti

Italian reports suggest Arsenal are in pole position for Carlo Ancelotti, ahead of Everton, after Napoli sacked the coach.

The decision to fire Ancelotti was announced just hours after a 4-0 win over Genk, which sent them through to the Champions League Round of 16.

It had been widely reported the decision was already made by President Aurelio De Laurentiis and he’d be dismissed regardless of this evening’s result.

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Tuesday December 10 2019
Ancelotti: 'I won't resign, but...'

Carlo Ancelotti confirmed he will “not resign” from Napoli, but won’t rule out an imminent dismissal. “I’ll see the President tomorrow and we’ll see.”

The reports had been swirling around over the last 48 hours and intensified to practical certainty this afternoon, with suggestions Gennaro Gattuso has already been lined up.

“We had a good Champions League group, played with courage and character. Considering the current state of affairs, we’ll hold on tight to that,” Ancelotti told Sky Sport Italia.

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Tuesday December 10 2019
Arsenal in for Ancelotti?

Arsenal could reportedly pick up Carlo Ancelotti, should he lose his job at Napoli.

Calciomercato.com claims Ancelotti has been targeted by Arsenal, who are currently without a permanent manager after sacking Unai Emery two weeks ago.

Gunners hero Freddie Ljungberg has been put in caretaker charge, but Carletto could become available in just a matter of days.

That is because he appears to be on the verge of stepping down at Napoli, with Gennaro Gattuso ready to replace him.

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Thursday December 5 2019
Allegri: 'Be prepared for next season'

Max Allegri confirmed he will not take any jobs this season, but he’s working on his English. “After five years at Juventus, I don’t want to go back into the game and do badly.”

The tactician has been linked with numerous jobs, including Manchester United, Arsenal and Bayern Munich, but seems determined to wait for his opportunity.

“In June. I don't know if you can call it a sabbatical or not,” Allegri told ESPN FC.

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Friday November 29 2019
Szczesny: 'I hate newspapers!'

Juventus goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny has revealed that “I hate newspapers. Player ratings make me laugh.”

The Pole gave a lengthy interview to his club on Friday, starting off by explaining how became a shot-stopper.

“I did it for my dad [to become a goalkeeper], plus I was always the best amongst my friends. I knew right away that I was better in goal than outfield.

“I believe that you are born to be a goalkeeper because you must be a particular type of person. There is no room for error.

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Friday November 29 2019
Inter move for James?

Inter are planning a summer assault for Real Madrid midfielder James Rodriguez, reports La Repubblica.

James had been linked with Napoli throughout the summer, only for Los Blancos to price them out of a deal.

Now, La Repubblica claims the Colombian wants to leave the Santiago Bernabeu and that Inter are a possible destination, along with Paris Saint-Germain.

Arsenal were also reported to have made an approach, but this was rejected by the player.

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