All the build-up and action as it happens from five Serie A games, including Genoa-Juventus, Roma-Sassuolo and Torino-Sampdoria.
Juventus reportedly sent scouts to watch Bayer Leverkusen star trequartista Hakan Calhanoglu.
Giant-killers Chievo aim to end Inter’s perfect record, there’s Roma-Sassuolo, Genoa-Juventus, Carpi-Fiorentina and tonight’s Napoli v Lazio.
Gian Piero Gasperini told Genoa to ignore everything that came before Juventus. “They’re still the team to beat.”
Juventus reportedly have a gentleman’s agreement to sign Juan Cuadrado from Chelsea for €22m.
Martin Caceres, Claudio Marchisio and Sami Khedira miss the Juventus trip to Genoa.
Zdenek Zeman doesn’t believe Roma can win the Scudetto yet. “Their problem has always been consistency.”
Juventus could sign Domenico Berardi in January, handing Simone Zaza back to Sassuolo, to stop Barcelona getting there first.
Max Allegri feels “the future is bright for Italian football” after Juventus stunned Manchester City.
Max Allegri tried to shrug off Manchester City euphoria, as Genoa is “a fundamental moment in the Juventus campaign.”
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini fears Mario Balotelli tonight and said Milan Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic “owes me.”
Radja Nainggolan believes Roma have reached Juventus’ level ‘or even gone beyond’ this season.
Paul Pogba returned to Juventus training today, after missing yesterday’s session with illness.
Former Inter Coach Andrea Stramaccioni believes the Nerazzurri will fight for the Scudetto this season.
Juventus striker Alvaro Morata declares ‘I can’t think about myself in another team’ amidst Real Madrid rumours.
Jose Callejon sees an ‘important week’ for Napoli as they face Lazio, Carpi and then Juventus.
Alvaro Morata says Juventus ‘can beat anyone’ if they play to the best of their abilities.
Former Juventus player Alessio Tacchinardi warns their doubters: ‘Never take the Bianconeri for dead.’
Inter Coach Roberto Mancini says ‘there are better teams than us’ in Serie A and expects a tough challenge from Chievo.
Fredy Guarin insists Juventus ‘are favourites for the title’ despite Inter’s three wins from three.