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Saturday October 19 2019
Ancelotti: 'Mature Napoli, now for Zlatan...'

Carlo Ancelotti was pleased with Napoli’s “solidity and maturity” to beat Verona 2-0, then joked he’ll call Zlatan Ibrahimovic tonight.

“The result is important to clear the air from a few clouds. We controlled the game well, especially in the second half, against a very physical Verona side who caused us problems before the break.

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Saturday October 19 2019
Zlatan: 'Milan are a disaster now'

Zlatan Ibrahimovic looked back over his Serie A career at Juventus, Inter and Milan, but the Rossoneri are now “a disaster, not the club everyone fell in love with.”

His LA Galaxy contract is up in December and the Swede gave a lengthy interview to La Gazzetta dello Sport.

You can read the rest of his comments HERE and HERE.

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Saturday October 19 2019
Ibra: 'Could join Napoli, Inter, Bologna'

Zlatan Ibrahimovic explained why he could return to Serie A for Inter, Napoli or even Bologna. “It remains the most difficult league in the world.”

The LA Galaxy forward spoke to La Gazzetta dello Sport and you can read the rest of his interview here.

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Saturday October 19 2019
Ibrahimovic: 'If I come back to Serie A...'

Zlatan Ibrahimovic declares “Italy is my second home, but I want to challenge for the Scudetto. I can still make the difference. I’m not a zoo animal to be put on display.”

The LA Galaxy striker will be a free agent when his contract with the MLS club expires in December and he is eager for a return to Serie A.

“I am 38 years old and have the enthusiasm of a kid, with that same desire to win. That, for me, is everything,” he told La Gazzetta dello Sport.

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Friday October 11 2019
Mertens & Callejon set for Napoli exits?

Dries Mertens and Jose Callejon are reportedly “very close” to leaving Napoli next year.

The pair’s contracts expire at the end of the season, and Tuttosport warns neither are ‘convinced’ by what Napoli are offering.

The newspaper explains Mertens had been tabled a four-year deal worth €4m a season, with the role of Bari team manager promised to him after he retires.

However, the 32-year-old would now be ‘especially’ looking in the direction of MLS after turning down the Partenopei’s proposal.

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Tuesday October 8 2019
Ibrahimovic: 'I'd make Serie A difference'

Zlatan Ibrahimovic celebrates his new statue, advises Milan to “make investments” and assures he could “do better than the players in Serie A now.”

The Swedish legend is currently playing for MLS club the LA Galaxy, but returned home to Malmö to unveil a statue of himself.

“I am very happy and honoured, as it means I’ve left my mark and this will remain forever,” Zlatan told Sky Sport Italia.

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Saturday September 14 2019
Paratici: 'Mandzukic to Qatar'

Juventus director Fabio Paratici confirms Mario Mandzukic is heading towards Qatar rather than MLS or LAFC. “He has been an important player for us.”

The Croatia international was left out of the squad travelling to face Fiorentina, as after being dropped from the Champions League squad list, his future seems to be elsewhere.

“There are market opportunities that present themselves,” Paratici told Sky Sport Italia.

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Friday September 13 2019
LAFC tempting Mandzukic

Mario Mandzukic is in advanced negotiations to leave Juventus for MLS club LAFC, claim Sky Sport Italia.

The striker was left out of the travelling party for Saturday’s Serie A match with Fiorentina, as he is awaiting a potential transfer.

While the offers from Qatar have been extravagant, particularly Al-Gharafa, La Gazzetta dello Sport and Calciomercato.it insist he is not interested.

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Friday September 13 2019
Mandzukic evaluating offers

Mario Mandzukic is still rejecting Qatar and Al-Gharafa, but has been left out of the Juventus squad as he evaluates other transfer offers.

The striker is not making the trip to Florence for Saturday’s Serie A match at the Stadio Artemio Franchi.

It is widely reported that he doesn’t have any fitness issues, but having been left off the squad list for the Champions League, is still considering an exit.

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Sunday September 8 2019
Finland's players to watch out for

Finland host Italy in the EURO 2020 qualifiers this evening and Sam Wilson identifies the three danger men to keep a close eye on.

Italy have a 100 per cent record in qualifying so far, but the only thing separating them from second-place Finland is their opening 2-0 result in Udine. The Finns have picked up four consecutive victories with clean sheets, beating the likes of Bosnia and Greece.

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