NEWS

Milan President Silvio Berlusconi has admitted that he wants to keep one of either Robinho or Alexandre Pato come January.
Juventus CEO Beppe Marotta has admitted that his side have made no contact to sign Didier Drogba in January.
Pescara boss Cristiano Bergodi has praised his side after they won a dramatic encounter against Catania this evening.
Siena sporting director Stefano Antonelli has claimed that centre-back Neto is one of the best in the League.
Juventus have opted for Martin Caceres to start in place of the injured Giorgio Chiellini as they take on Cagliari this evening.
Eugenio Togni scored a last minute free-kick to give Pescara a 2-1 home win against Catania.
Udinese striker Luis Muriel has admitted that he is delighted to be returning to action following a three month lay-off.
Corinthians President Mario Gobbi has admitted that there is some interest from his club for Milan striker Alexandre Pato.
Juventus could look to end their striking woes by signing Real Madrid forward Gonzalo Higuain, according to reports.
Sampdoria sporting director Carlo Osti has denied rumours that midfielder Pedro Obiang will leave the club in January.
Fredy Guarin has been left out of Inter's squad for the game against Genoa tomorrow after the FIGC rejected the club's suspension appeal.
Angelo Palombo is back in the Sampdoria first team squad following the arrival of new boss Delio Rossi.
Italy and Brazil will meet in a March international friendly to be played in Switzerland, the Italian Football Federation have confirmed.
Fiorentina boss Vincenzo Montella has confirmed that first choice goalkeeper Emiliano Viviano will again be on the bench this weekend.
Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri has admitted that he’ll need a new striker if the club sell Robinho and Alexandre Pato in January.
Inter boss Andrea Stramaccioni thinks finishing 2012 in second place would be just reward for the project they started in the summer.
Roma boss Zdenek Zeman says he shares the club’s aims of finishing in the top three as he prepares to face Milan on Saturday.
Napoli boss Walter Mazzarri is confident that he’ll see a reaction from his players in the game against Siena.
Valon Behrami was robbed of his pricey wrist watch in the city of Naples on Thursday night.
Genoa have announced that they will sign five more players after doing deals for Antonio Floro Flores and Francelino Matuzalem.
Milan youth sector chief Filippo Galli has cooled the enthusiasm surrounding Mattia De Sciglio and Hachim Mastour.
The wife of Wesley Sneijder has revealed that the Dutchman will quit Inter during the January transfer window.
Marek Hamsik has admitted that Napoli’s title challenge is on the ropes after a disastrous December.
Paris Saint-Germain’s Thiago Silva has admitted that he’d love to get the opportunity to play for Milan again in the future.
Genoa are reportedly interested in signing Matias Silvestre in January given his struggles at Inter.
The agent of Leonardo Bonucci has confirmed that Juventus will definitely sign a new defender in January.
Inter’s Esteban Cambiasso has doubts that he will go into coaching once his playing career comes to an end.
Attacking potential Luis Muriel is hoping to make an impact at Udinese after finally returning from injury.
Miralem Pjanic has confirmed that he wants to make sure that Roma qualify for next season’s Champions League.
The agent of Federico Peluso claims that Juventus like his client, but Atalanta insist a January move isn’t close.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Fiorentina “have practically completed” the deal for Matias Vecino and plan more January signings, confirmed Andrea Della Valle.
Strong reports claim Pescara are ready to sign San Lorenzo defender Nicolas Arce over the January transfer window.
There are reports that Corinthians have pulled out of negotiations for Alexandre Pato after rumours of PSG seeing a €30m turned down by Milan.
Juventus star Mirko Vucinic has been named Montenegro Player of the Year, beating Fiorentina’s Stevan Jovetic.

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