NEWS

Adriano Galliani says Pippo Inzaghi is ‘working on’ Milan’s defensive fragility, but isn’t disheartened by recent results.
Antonio Damato will be in charge of the Derby della Lanterna this weekend between Genoa and Sampdoria.
Empoli’s Mirko Valdifiori is the only player suspended after Week 4 of Serie A, and he is joined in the stands by Maurizio Sarri.
Claudio Lotito has affirmed faith in Stefano Pioli for the time being at Lazio and hit out at those criticising his presence with Italy.
With so many superb performances this midweek in Week 4 of Serie A, Dave Taylor found it difficult to pick his best XI.
Miroslav Klose has backed Stefano Pioli to come good at Lazio, despite it being the club’s worst start to a season in 54 years.
Salvatore Bagni believes his former side Napoli may be better off bringing in someone like Edy Reja to the end of the season, if their crisis doesn’t allay.
Palermo and Italy Under-21 forward Andrea Belotti says that Andriy Shevchenko is his role model on and off the pitch.
Marco Verratti can’t see beyond Juventus and Roma in the League, but has given out a few tips about Serie A’s season.
Marco Verratti says that he would prefer Ciro Immobile to Mario Balotelli in his hypothetical fantasy league team.
Marco Verratti calls Antonio Conte’s training sessions ‘strange’, and expects only one from himself, Daniele De Rossi and Andrea Pirlo to start for Italy.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Stefano Pioli admits “it wasn’t the performance we expected” from Lazio in their home defeat to Udinese.
San Lorenzo will face Milan at San Siro in the Trofeo Berlusconi match on Wednesday November 5.
Andrea Stramaccioni said Udinese’s 1-0 win at Lazio, which put them third in the table, is “an important sign.”
Cyril Thereau’s well-worked goal proved enough for Udinese to conquer the Olimpico and go third, as Lazio again failed to make pressure count.
Gonzalo Higuain insists Napoli is “a fantastic city to play football” and he’s not shaken by criticism.
Arturo Vidal has been called up for international duty by Chile after recovering from injury.
Roma released a statement after UEFA formally opened an investigation into their Financial Fair Play status.
Lazio rely on Miroslav Klose and Federico Marchetti during an injury crisis, while Udinese look to Luis Muriel.
After weeks of negotiations, Bologna have increased their capital with Massimo Zanetti, not American Joe Tacopina.
Francesco Totti prepares for his 38th birthday this weekend and wants a Roma victory against Verona.
UEFA have officially opened Financial Fair Play investigations into clubs including Roma, Inter, Liverpool and Monaco.
Marco van Ginkel reassured both Milan and Chelsea that his ankle ligament injury “is not too bad and I hope to be back in a few weeks.”
Milan and Inter confirmed there will be further meetings to discuss the future of San Siro after today’s get-together.
Inter have terminated their contract with team manager Ivan Cordoba by mutual consent.
Andrea Belotti bagged his first Serie A brace against Napoli, but his agent reveals the Palermo striker almost joined them.
Giorgio Chiellini pleased with Juventus’ start to the season “after an eventful summer” and is targeting Atletico Madrid.
President Silvio Berlusconi again claimed “Milan win if Pippo Inzaghi listens to my advice.”
Antonio Conte warned “there is a lot of work to be done” before Italy can consider winning Euro 2016.
Francesco Totti praised Miralem Pjanic after a late free kick gave Roma victory at Parma. “He is our little Prince.”
Alvaro Morata discussed how he is settling down at Juventus in a Twitter Q&A, warning he is only “80 per cent fit.”
Roberto Mancini insists he was “never contacted” by Napoli or the Portugal FA, but tips Inter for third place.
Verona defender Ivan Martic was kept in hospital overnight after suffering head trauma during the 2-2 draw with Genoa.
Aurelio De Laurentiis is reportedly considering alternatives to Rafa Benitez and Francesco Guidolin seems like the hot name of the moment.

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