Coach Massimiliano Allegri has warned his AC Milan side to not underestimate BATE Borisov if they want to win their Champions League group.
Good news for AS Roma after it was confirmed that Heinze and Rosi only sustained minor bruises and should be available to take on Palermo.
Young Atalanta midfielder Jack Bonaventura is satisfied with his performance so far this season, but says he is not obsessed about scoring.
Bologna president Albano Guaraldi was glad that they did not sell Gaston Ramirez in the summer and hopes to renew his contract at the club.
Massimo Cellino said he was quick to appoint Massimo Ficcadenti as Cagliari boss in the summer because he feared Palermo will sign him first.
Catania midfielder Sergio Almiron was delighted to score his first goal in a year and especially since it was an important goal against Inter.
Cesena will appeal to Adrian Mutu's three-match suspension, which will see the striker miss the fixtures against Siena, Cagliari and Parma.
Chievo striker Sergio Pellissier has warned his side to be extra wary of Inter Milan, who will be hungry due to their position in the league.
It was reported that Fiorentina chiefs have pardoned Juan Manuel Vargas and the midfielder is set to feature in the match against Catania.
Genoa chief Enrico Preziosi revealed that he is considering a contract extension for coach Alberto Malesani rather than showing him the door.
Juventus have confirmed that this will be Alessandro Del Piero's final season at the club, but it is unclear whether the captain will retire.
Lazio playmaker Hernanes has admitted that the weekend success over city rival AS Roma was the most beautiful match of his career to date.
Lecce defender Nenad Tomovic has reminded his team-mates to stay focused on their work, especially in view of their next match against Milan.
Good news for Novara coach Attilio Tesser as Alex Pinardi is expected to resume training on Wednesday, after sustaining a mild concussion.
Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini has renewed his confidence in Devis Mangia and Sean Sogliano, stating that both are still new to Serie A.
Cristian Zaccardo admitted Fulham, Genoa and Fiorentina wanted him in the summer, but the conditions were not right for him to leave Parma.
Siena sports director Giorgio Perinetti has assured the unhappy Gaetano D'Agostino that he is a part of their plans for the 2011-12 campaign.
Mauricio Isla has reacted to links with Inter by claiming it may be best for him to leave Udinese in the summer after five years at the club.