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The agent of Villarreal defender Mateo Musacchio has conceded that his client would be keen on a move to Fiorentina.
Diego Milito has claimed that everyone at Inter will welcome Fredy Guarin with open arms when he returns.
The President of the Serbian Football Federation has claimed that they have held talks with Sampdoria’s Sinisa Mihajlovic.
Paolo Cannavaro’s agent has admitted that ‘anything can happen’ with his client likely to move away from Napoli.
Atalanta sporting director Pierpaolo Marino has claimed that any team wanting to buy Daniele Baselli will have to pay €12m.
New Roma signing Michel Bastos has apologised to Lazio fans after he was seen wearing a scarf insulting the club.
Domenico Berardi’s agent has denied reports that Werder Bremen have made a bid for the striker.
Fredy Guarin’s future is evolving minute-by-minute, with reports now revealing that Napoli have made contact with Inter.
Now that Mirko Vucinic is not on his way to Inter, Juventus may look to sell another striker, with Fabio Quagliarella the man departing.
Reports that Fredy Guarin has refused to turn up to Inter training this morning are apparently false.
With Alessandro Diamanti rumoured to be on his way out of Bologna, reports have linked the Rossoblu with three possible replacements.
Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal has insisted that, in his role, he is the best in the world.
Antonio Nocerino looks to be surplus to requirements at Milan, and a pair of Premier League clubs are said to be interested.
Torino sporting director Gianluca Petrachi has rubbished suggestions that Juventus could move for Danilo D’Ambrosio.
Massimo Cellino is close to buying English Championship side Leeds United, it has been reported in the British Press.
Fredy Guarin has failed to turn up to training this morning, with his position at Inter now, seemingly, untenable.
The Gazzetta dello Sport write this morning that Andrea Ranocchia is a step closer to joining Borussia Dortmund.
After failing in his proposed move to Juventus, reports this morning suggest that Fredy Guarin could be on his way to Napoli.
Fiorentina boss Vincenzo Montella has targeted Manchester United’s Nemanja Vidic as his number one objective this month.
Reports in the Italian Press this morning have claimed that Paris Saint-Germain have unsuccessfully tried for Miralem Pjanic.
Radja Nainggolan has admitted to feeling ‘tension’ in the Stadio Olimpico before Roma’s Coppa Italia clash with Juventus.
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Gervinho believes the Coppa Italia success allowed Roma to “avenge” their Serie A defeat to Juventus.
Andrea Barzagli was “disappointed” with a Coppa Italia exit to Roma and reveals Mirko Vucinic’s Juventus locker “is empty.”
Daniele De Rossi feels neither Roma nor Juventus are “particularly superior” to each other, but admits he’d have complained in their shoes.
Rudi Garcia felt Roma “wanted it more” and “it was a tactical victory” to knock Juventus out of the Coppa Italia.
Antonio Conte felt Juventus should not have had their goal disallowed in a “very balanced” Coppa Italia defeat to Roma.
Francesco Totti said Roma wanted to beat Juventus “at all costs” and proved “we are at the same level.”
Gervinho’s acrobatic finish gave Roma a 1-0 victory over Juventus in the Coppa Italia quarter-final and morale-boosting ‘revenge.’
QPR goalkeeper Julio Cesar admits he “would like” to join Cagliari, but Sampdoria are also interested.
Arsenal, Tottenham, Manchester United and Chelsea renew their offers after the collapse of a Mirko Vucinic-Fredy Guarin swap.
Inter dg Marco Fassone met with protesting fans and said the Fredy Guarin sale was scrapped due to “economic, technical and environmental issues.”
President Massimo Moratti backed Inter supporters for their protests that ended the Fredy Guarin-Mirko Vucinic deal.
It’s Roma-Juventus in the Coppa Italia tonight and Radja Nainggolan believes “this is the right moment to prove ourselves.”
Inter President Erick Thohir explained why he scrapped the Fredy Guarin-Mirko Vucinic swap and called for everyone to “remain united.”

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