NEWS

The Gazzetta dello Sport expects Antonio Conte to make some significant changes to the Juventus starting XI against Avellino tonight.
Five men are being linked with the Bologna bench should the struggling club opt to sack Stefano Pioli.
Sassuolo defender Francesco Acerbi will reportedly have to resume his battle with cancer.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Marcello Lippi’s Guangzhou Evergrande lost the Club World Cup semi-final 3-0 to Bayern Munich.
Livorno Coach Davide Nicola slammed “hypocrites” who think their season has been a failure so far.
Former Juventus director Luciano Moggi was given a sentence of two years and four months in the Calciopoli appeal trial.
Ishak Belfodil confirmed he must talk to Inter about more playing time “or the market could provide a solution.”
Atletico Madrid Coach Diego Simeone is looking forward to facing Milan at San Siro, but insists “it’s not a derby for me.”
Gennaro Gattuso dramatically proclaimed his innocence of match-fixing charges. “I’d kill myself in the town square.”
Francesco Guidolin has shelved his threats to quit Udinese. “Disappointment got the better of me, but I’m a born fighter.”
Managerless Tottenham have been linked with a January offer for Juventus striker Mirko Vucinic.
The list of Serie A, B and Lega Pro games under investigation in the latest betting scandal has been released.
With Pepe Reina only on loan from Liverpool, Napoli are eyeing Premier League goalkeepers Tim Krul and Asmir Begovic.
Italy’s Under-21 side beat the Serie B Italia team 3-0 with Stefano Beltrame’s brace and Brentford striker Marcello Trotta on target.
It’s reported Milan are very close to signing Torino full-back Danilo D’Ambrosio, who is out of contract next June.
The Disciplinary Commission has closed the Curve at Inter, Roma and Lazio for discriminatory chants – locking them out during the Milan Derby.
The agent of former Lazio man Cristian Brocchi has insisted that his client is innocent after being included in a betting probe.
Inter could make a spectacular move for Zenit St Petersburg striker Hulk in January, reports have claimed on Tuesday.
Genoa midfielder Juraj Kucka has admitted he was touched by his teammates show of support at the weekend.
Antonio Cassano and Sebastian Giovinco could be set for a January swap, reports in the Italian Press have claimed.
Sulley Muntari believes that Milan could have come away with all three points against Roma yesterday.
Gennaro Gattuso has told Sport Mediaset that he is ‘angry and offended’ after his home was raided as part of the Calcioscommesse scandal.
Giuseppe Sannino has been quick to deny suggestions that Palermo’s match against Inter last season was part of the Calcioscommesse scandal.
Lazio will face competition from Tottenham for Basel boss Murat Yakin, according to reports.
Bologna captain Alessandro Diamanti has rubbished reports of a ‘mutiny’ at the Rossoblu over the weekend.
Reports in the French Press have once again claimed that Paris Saint-Germain will bid for Paul Pogba in January.
Kevin Strootman thinks his Roma side did enough to win at Milan on Monday – a tie which eventually ended 2-2.
The currently sidelined Luis Muriel is hoping to be back in action with Udinese at the start of the New Year.
The agent of Domenico Criscito doesn’t expect his client to leave Zenit St Petersburg for a return to Italy.
After a long weekend of important games and significant results, Dave Taylor picks his best XI from round 16.
Parma chief Tommaso Ghirardi has cooled talk of a possible swap deal involving Marco Parolo and Milan’s Alessandro Matri.
Giuseppe Sannino is set to be named as the new Coach of Watford after Gianfranco Zola quit on Monday.
Fredy Guarin is moving closer to a January transfer from Inter to Chelsea, according to the Gazzetta dello Sport.
Carlos Tevez of Juventus doesn’t expect to be recalled by Argentina for the 2014 World Cup Finals.

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