NEWS

Marek Hamsik reiterates that he is happy at Napoli, as he affirms the squad’s togetherness and need to focus game by game.
Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri has cooled the furore over the injury situation in Turin.
Andrea Stramaccioni says his win in Turin while Inter boss means nothing ahead of the Juventus-Udinese encounter.
Alessandro Rosina is willing to sacrifice personal glory if it means Catania make an immediate return to Serie A.
Emiliano Viviano is looking to break back into the Italian national squad following his move to Sampdoria.
Frederik Sorensen says he could see a long-term future at Verona after joining the club over the summer.
Milan will reportedly not risk Stephan El Shaarawy in the game against Parma after he picked up an injury.
Inter defender Jonathan will meet club officials at some stage this month to discuss a new deal with the Beneamata.
Federico Bernardeschi and Stefano Sturaro are set to enjoy bright futures, says Italian Under-20 boss Alberigo Evani.
Alessandro Matri is keen to prove to Genoa that they were right to sign him during the summer.
Fredy Guarin is hoping he can become a reference point for Inter during the 2014-15 campaign.
Gigi Del Neri thinks new Italy star Simone Zaza can be compared with Christian Vieri rather than Gianluca Vialli.
Hernan Crespo is in favour of Milan’s decision to sacrifice Mario Balotelli for Fernando Torres this summer.
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Sassuolo patron Giorgio Squinzi warns Juventus will have to “get their wallets out” for Simone Zaza.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero has plans to build “the biggest stadium in Europe” by the sea in Genoa.
Giuseppe Sannino explains why he quit Watford. “The club was extraordinary, but I needed to be back in Italy.”
Atletico Madrid Coach Diego Simeone reveals Catania was “a real learning curve” in his career.
Fernando Llorente said Juventus Coach Max Allegri has “a winning spirit” and trusts Fernando Torres will impress at Milan.
Adriano Galliani silenced naysayers on Diego Lopez and noted Mattia De Sciglio is “the symbol of Milan.”
Sassuolo striker Simone Zaza admits his “life has changed” with a debut Italy goal, but brushes off Mario Balotelli comparisons.
Marco van Ginkel believes he is “suited to Italian football” and can prove himself at Milan on loan from Chelsea.
Inter and Juventus target Xherdan Shaqiri will decide in January whether to leave Bayern Munich, said his agent.
Fernando Torres could get his Milan debut on Sunday against Parma, as he was tested alongside Keisuke Honda and Jeremy Menez.
Sampdoria have presented their new jersey, sponsored by Sin City 3D, with Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez.
Genoa deny Brazilian reports they could be fined, penalised or even demoted for unpaid debts to Palmeiras.
Carlos Tevez assured Juventus fans he has “no lesions and am preparing for Saturday’s game” against Udinese.
Napoli Vice-President Edoardo De Laurentiis said they “couldn’t care less” about whether their fans are disappointed.
Palermo have officially rescinded their contract with Andrea Mantovani, who becomes a free agent.
Udinese will be without Maurizio Domizzi and Simone Scuffet for a month.
Ex-Milan Coach Clarence Seedorf is disappointed that there are so few black tacticians working in Europe.
Giacomo Bonaventura has expressed his delight at finding himself at Milan, and has dreams of making Antonio Conte’s Italy.
Micah Richards has explained his reasoning for turning down a new contract at Manchester City to sign with Fiorentina.
Roma sporting director Walter Sabatini chose to sell Dodo to Inter this summer in a bid to protect the player from what he saw as undue criticism.
Walter Sabatini has offered Roma’s version of why they sold Mehdi Benatia to Bayern Munich, and commented on Douglas Maicon.

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