NEWS

Milan director Leonardo believes the club must change their ‘mentality’ if they want to challenge for the Scudetto.
Roma have reportedly sounded out former Fiorentina boss Paulo Sousa to replace the under-fire Eusebio Di Francesco.
Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo will reportedly snub The Best FIFA Football Awards ceremony on Monday.
Today's front page headlines in English from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Chievo Coach Lorenzo D’Anna called Udinese goalkeeper Simone Scuffet Man of the Match. “He stopped us getting back into the game.”
Julio Velazquez believes the 2-0 victory away to Chievo shows Udinese are beginning to grasp the mechanics of his football.
Giorgio Chiellini believes this is “certainly the strongest of the last eight years,” but not necessarily the best ever Juventus squad.
Davide Ballardini took decisive action to make Genoa less “passive” against Lazio, but couldn’t prevent the 4-1 defeat.
Frosinone Coach Moreno Longo admits he had hoped to “grab a precious point by hanging on with teeth and nails” until the late Juventus goals.
Max Allegri expected Frosinone to frustrate Juventus and explained some of his tactical decisions to break them down.
Cristiano Ronaldo was denied by a goal-line clearance, but finally broke Frosinone down in the final minutes and then helped set up Federico Bernardeschi.
Pippo Inzaghi dedicated the victory over Roma to Bologna fans who cheered them on throughout their crisis. “I didn’t expect it.”
Atalanta assistant manager Tullio Gritti, standing in for suspended Gian Piero Gasperini, praised an “excellent” 2-2 draw with Milan.
Gennaro Gattuso and Milan were left with “regrets” after a 2-2 draw with Atalanta. “We are a team with two faces, unrecognisable in the final 30 minutes.”
Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from Serie A, including Torino-Napoli, Bologna-Roma, Milan-Atalanta and Frosinone-Juventus.
Roma have reportedly put their team into a training retreat for the next week to prepare for crucial games against Frosinone and Lazio.
Frosinone striker Joel Campbell hopes they can make the most of home advantage and surprise Juventus this evening.
Atalanta fought back twice from a goal down to snatch a 2-2 draw at San Siro, but Milan will regret wasting precious opportunities.
Paulo Dybala, Cristiano Ronaldo, Mario Mandzukic and Emre Can lead Juventus at the Stadio Benito Stirpe against minnows Frosinone.
Roma President James Pallotta had a brief but telling comment after a 2-0 defeat to Bologna. “I am disgusted.”
Walter Mazzarri vented his fury at Torino after a 3-1 defeat to Napoli. “They looked like the less talented brothers of our players.”
Simone Inzaghi praised Felipe Caicedo and Sergej Milinkovic-Savic after Lazio disposed of Genoa 4-1 this afternoon.
Eusebio Di Francesco openly blamed his Roma players for lacking “determination and fire in the belly” as they lost 2-0 to Bologna.
Rodrigo De Paul scored a stunner from distance and set up the counter-attack for Kevin Lasagna as Udinese conquered Chievo.
Ciro Immobile bagged a brace as Lazio ended their goal drought with a comfortable 4-1 victory over Genoa.
Milan try to end their four-game Atalanta curse in the Lombardy Derby, as Gonzalo Higuain and Suso face Papu Gomez and Musa Barrow.
Bologna hadn’t scored a single goal in the first four rounds, but embarrassed an awful Roma 2-0 at the Dall’Ara.
Carlo Ancelotti believes Napoli have “greater solidity” with the 4-4-2 system and allows Lorenzo Insigne to “focus more on attacking.”
Lorenzo Insigne sees more similarities than differences between Carlo Ancelotti’s Napoli and the Maurizio Sarri version.
Roma director Monchi insists the panic over their poor start to the campaign is “too soon” and denies Rick Karsdorp is snubbed.
Lorenzo Insigne and Simone Verdi have given Napoli the 2-0 half-time lead away to Torino, but it could’ve been even worse.
Check all the official line-ups from this afternoon’s Serie A games Bologna-Roma, Lazio-Genoa and Chievo-Udinese.
Roma start Justin Kluivert, Edin Dzeko and Diego Perotti with Bryan Cristante in midfield, while Bologna seek their first goal of the season.
Roberto Donadoni is reportedly in negotiations to become the new Coach of the Japan national football team.
Jose Callejon feels it is “only right that changes are made” at Napoli, as Carlo Ancelotti switches to 4-4-2 against Torino.