NEWS

Roma have confirmed that Miralem Pjanic will be out of action for the next four weeks with an ankle problem.
Mattia De Sciglio has admitted that he is hoping to follow in the footsteps of Milan and Italy legend Paolo Maldini.
Andres Iniesta is convinced that Barcelona can progress in the Champions League – despite the 2-0 loss at Milan in the first leg of their last 16 tie.
Marco Giampaolo will not be named as the new boss of relegation-threatened Pescara, report Sky Sport Italia.
Adriano Galliani has praised the work of boss Massimiliano Allegri, but he’s in no hurry to extend his contract.
Fiorentina’s Manuel Pasqual is hoping for an international recall when Italy boss Cesare Prandelli names his squad for the March friendly against Brazil.
Milan youngster Bryan Cristante says he hopes to improve by keeping a close eye on Massimo Ambrosini and Riccardo Montolivo.
Juventus boss Antonio Conte will not leave Turin at the end of the season for Chelsea or Real Madrid.
Juventus and Italy playmaker Andrea Pirlo explains his love for a drop of wine.
Inter have opted to fine Antonio Cassano €40,000 after his training ground altercation with boss Andrea Stramaccioni.
Milan striker Giampaolo Pazzini has revealed that Juventus and Napoli were keen on signing him in the past.
The agent of Giacomo Bonaventura has confirmed that he is a wanted man after his efforts for Atalanta this season.
Napoli will hold talks with the agent of Modibo Diakite this week in an effort to wrap up a summer switch.
Marco Giampaolo is in talks with Pescara about becoming their new boss, but agreeing terms is taking some time.
The whispers linking Inter with a summer move for Bologna’s Alessandro Diamanti are getting louder.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Inter midfielder Marco Benassi has claimed that the squad is 'united' despite reports of a bust-up between Antonio Cassano and Andrea Stramaccioni.
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis has insisted he is not worried with the club's recent form.
Lazio striker Miroslav Klose will return to Italy tomorrow to start the second phase of his rehabilitation following injury.
Javier Zanetti has admitted that Gareth Bale will be 'difficult to deal with' when Inter face Tottenham this Thursday.
Juventus midfielder Andrea Pirlo has warned his teammates against complacency when they come up against Celtic this Wednesday.
Milan defender Bartosz Salamon has revealed that he is enjoying life at his new club, and is working hard to be fit for the season's last few months.
Genoa midfielder Francelino Matuzalem is set to miss the club's match with Milan this Friday.
Pescara President Daniele Sebastiani has revealed that he will make a decision on a new Coach this evening.
Torino President Urbano Cairo has claimed that his side need to start winning matches if they want to secure their Serie A status.
Andrea Ranocchia has appeared before an FIGC hearing today to comment on alleged match-fixing during his time at Bari.
Former Milan defender Alessandro Costacurta has warned Inter against the threat of Gareth Bale as the Nerazzurri prepare to face Tottenham.
Juventus striker Nicklas Bendtner has been suspended by the Denmark national football team after being arrested for DUI.
The new Serie A season will start on August 24, 2013, and conclude on May 18, 2014, it has been confirmed.
Inter and Barcelona were amongst the clubs interested in Stephan El Shaarawy before Milan swooped.
Marco Tardelli thinks that Liverpool’s Luis Suarez would be an ideal signing for Italian champions Juventus.
Alberto Aquilani, Samir Handanovic and Arturo Vidal are just three of the players who have today been suspended for the next round of Serie A.
Inter could take on Tottenham in the Europa League this week without inspirational midfielder Fredy Guarin.
Emiliano Viviano says he has no regrets about joining Fiorentina despite a topsy-turvy campaign in Tuscany.
The representative of Marco Verratti has yet again underlined that his client will remain at Paris Saint-Germain.

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