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Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Serie A

AC Milan
Milan warrior Gennaro Gattuso says he would not retire despite having double vision, but will have to wait another four months for a surgery.

AS Roma
Roma sports director Walter Sabatini is optimistic that midfielder Daniele De Rossi will eventually sign a new contract at his hometown club.

Winger Ezequiel Schelotto admits this is a season of unpredictability and sees no reason why his Atalanta squad cannot defeat Inter Milan.

Bologna sports director Roberto Zanzi has confirmed that they will start contract extension talks with the agents of Gaston Ramirez this week.

Bad news for Cagliari boss Massimo Ficcadenti after it was confirmed that defender Davide Astori fractured his fibula during the Napoli clash.

Catania striker Davide Lanzafame has no complaints about playing out of position but is hoping for continuity in order to reach his top form.

Cesena have confirmed that coach Marco Giampaolo will remain on the bench, but he has only one week to try and turn around their situation.

Chievo striker Davide Moscardelli admits that his side are still trying to gel but their foreign players are beginning to adapt to the squad.

Serbian manager Sinisa Mihajlovic says primarily wants a result at Juventus for the good of Fiorentina and not to keep his job at the club.

Genoa have confirmed that striker Ze Eduardo was taken to the hospital for appendicitis surgery and will be sidelined for at least 20 days.

Inter Milan
Inter Milan coach Claudio Ranieri is likely to rest Thiago Motta for the Atalanta clash, while Milito is set to replace Pazzini in attack.

It was reported that Juventus and Manchester Utd are chasing after Borussia Dortmund defender Neven Subotic, who is valued at EUR20 million.

Tottenham are reportedly interested in the services of Lazio midfielder Stefano Mauri, who has lost his place in the side due to injuries.

Benassi admits it was hard to swallow Lecce's defeat to Milan and believes an event like that only happens once of twice in a player's career.

Bad news for Napoli coach Walter Mazzarri as Walter Gargano is sidelined for a month after picking up an injury in the match against Cagliari.

Novara coach Attilio Tesser said Udinese strikers have been very lucky agaist his side as they had only four shots on goal and scored three.

Mauricio Pinilla regrets about Palermo's second straight defeat and believes they deserve at least a draw after creating plenty of chances.

Parma midfielder Jaime Valdez regrets their missed opportunities against Atalanta and is hoping to redeem themselves when they play Milan.

Siena striker Emanuele Calaio has played down talks about his possible transfer, insisting there is no offer and that he is happy at the club.

England boss Fabio Capello admits that he has been left impressed by Udinese this season and believes they are now a worthy European outfit.

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