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Sunday, November 13, 2011

Serie A

AC Milan
Milan's search for a new striker in January is taking them to Chelsea, as Didier Drogba and Nicolas Anelka are reportedly in their sights.

AS Roma
Roma director of sport Walter Sabatini reveals coach Luis Enrique wants new players and midfielder Daniele De Rossi's contract talks continue.

Nocerina are eyeing Simone Tiribocchi, who is being kept out of the squad by German Denis, but Atalanta are not keen to lose his experience.

Bologna coach Stefano Pioli has admitted that when he arrived at the club, he did not expect to find a team ready to fight for their life.

Cagliari president Massimo Cellino believes it was necessary to make the coaching changes thus far in order to seek that step up in quality.

Catania midfielder Marco Biagianti announced he is finally ready to make his return after recovering from the injury he picked up last season.

Cesena coach Daniele Arrigoni has recovered two important players Giuseppe Colucci and Martinho, who will be key in for their Bologna clash.

Chievo boss Domenico Di Carlo wants his team to continue their growth and believes they can more aggressive in chasing after Serie A survival.

Andrea Della Valle said Fiorentina are turning over a new leaf with Delio Rossi and is confident there is still time to qualify for Europe.

Siena will be keen to use their right to purchase half of Mattia Destro contract for EUR1.5 million in January following his good form so far.

Inter Milan
Inter midfielder Sulley Muntari could move Napoli on a loan deal in January should the Partenopei survive to the Champions League group phase.

Juventus reportedly have a EUR7 million deal lined up for January with Hamburg left-back Dennis Aogo, who has been linked to the club before.

Javier Saviola's agent has confirmed that Benfica will decide whether to offer a new deal to the striker or let him move to Lazio in January.

Coach Eusebio Di Francesco said Lecce are on the right track, but has warned that it is paramount that they start scoring and winning at home.

Inter midfielder Sulley Muntari could move Napoli on a loan deal in January should the Partenopei survive to the Champions League group phase.

Midfielder Filippo Porcari and defender Massimo Paci are the only Novara players to have started all 10 matches for the outfit this season.

President Maurizio Zamparini concedes Palermo are 'a work in progress', but insists he has 'never insulted a Coach', despite media reports.

Sebastian Giovinco's agent admits interest from Juventus and Chelsea are pleasing, but they will only think about it after the season ends.

Young striker Mattia Destro admits at first he was unhappy about leaving Inter Milan for Siena, but soon realised that needed the experience.

It was reported that Udinese could make a EUR5 million bid for Valenciennes' Carlos Sanchez, who is eager to move to a more ambitious club.

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