NEWS

Cesare Prandelli’s starting XI for Italy’s World Cup 2014 qualifier against Bulgaria is beginning to take shape.
Juan Manuel Vargas is happy to again be at the disposal of Fiorentina after a proposed summer move to Livorno collapsed.
Sampdoria sporting director Carlo Osti has urged fans to show teenage striker Andrea Petagna some patience.
Andrea Bertolacci feels there is no need to panic despite Genoa’s worrying start to the 2013-14 season.
Gennaro Gattuso will not be sacked by Palermo should they lose at Padova in Serie B on Sunday evening.
Massimo Moratti is convinced he made the right decision in appointing Walter Mazzarri as the new boss of Inter this summer.
Marc Oliver Kempf rejected a switch to Juventus because he was concerned about a lack of playing time in Turin.
Genoa chief Enrico Preziosi says he has no intention of sacking rookie boss Fabio Liverani following a problematic start to the season.
Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri admits he’d like to take charge of the Italian national side one day.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Napoli named their Champions League squad, including Bruno Uvini, Duvan Zapata and Josip Radosevic.
More names are emerging to follow Cesare Prandelli on the Italy bench, including Fabio Capello and Alberto Zaccheroni.
Parma director Pietro Leonardo reveals “Sunderland made an offer for Jonathan Biabiany, but we turned it down.”
Lazio have left Andre Dias, Bruno Pereirinha, Marius Stankevicius and Vinicius out of their Europa League squad.
Milan have released a statement apologising for an error in the Champions League squad list which robbed Mbaye Niang of a place.
After just two Serie A rounds, rumours already suggest Genoa will sack Fabio Liverani to bring in Andrea Stramaccioni.
Emiliano Viviano believes his loan to Arsenal will let him challenge for an Italy shirt as well as the Gunners’ gloves.
Fiorentina released their Europa League squad list, leaving off summer signings Ante Rebic and Matias Vecino.
Andrea Dossena’s agent explains why he passed a Sunderland medical days after failing one for Torino. “He left Napoli without a real reason.”
Italy Under-21 Coach Gigi Di Biagio has called Marco Benassi after Massimiliano Busellato pulled out.
Lazio director Igli Tare reveals they had a deadline day deal for Fabio Quagliarella and blamed Burak Yilmaz’s agent for ruining his move.
Rumours continue to circulate that Cesare Prandelli will quit after the World Cup, so Roberto Mancini and Max Allegri are in the frame for the Italy job.
Juventus have named their list of 24 players for the Champions League group phase, including Simone Pepe.
Milan’s Champions League squad has Kaka and Alessandro Matri, but no M’Baye Niang or Riccardo Saponara.
Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel has denied reports that Napoli made a move, whilst reports suggest the club turned down the chance to sign Momo Sissoko.
New Cagliari attacker Agim Ibraimi has admitted that playing in Serie A is ‘a dream come true’.
Joel Obi may have signed for Parma on loan, but the Nigerian midfielder is already thinking about a return to Inter.
Atalanta sporting director Pierpaolo Marino believes that Week Three's opponents Napoli can challenge for the Scudetto.
Milan have confirmed that Kaka will be officially presented on Thursday September 5 at 12.00 CET.
Goalkeeper Albano Bizzarri has thanked former club Lazio after his late move to Genoa on Monday.
Arturo Vidal has spoken to the Chilean Press about his current role in the Juventus starting XI.
Thiago Motta has conceded that he could be tempted to return to Serie A. “Who knows what will happen?”
Napoli wing-back Juan Zuniga has admitted that things are going well at Stadio San Paolo so far this season.
New Roma midfielder Kevin Strootman has reflected on his first few games with the Giallorossi.
Ante Rebic is delighted to be at Fiorentina after he joined the club from RNK Split during the summer transfer session.

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