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Friday, December 23, 2011

Serie A

AC Milan
Alessandro Nesta has confirmed he wants to see out his professional playing career with Milan and may cut back his commitments to once a week.

AS Roma
It was reported that AS Roma are set to open talks with Tottenham about the possible transfer of defender Vedran Corluka in the winter market.

Atalanta will not let striker Manolo Gabbiadini leave the club in January, insisting that the club know how to take care of their youngsters.

Bologna striker Marco Di Vaio insisted there is no disgrace in losing to Roma, who are perhaps the most in-form side in Serie A right now.

It was reported that Cagliari are considering the signing of free-agent Zlatan Muslimovic to help reinforce coach Ballardini striking options.

Catania boss Vincenzo Montella said director Pietro Lo Monaco will be the one to decide whether the club keep or sell Maxi Lopez in January.

Daniele Arrigoni said the penalty as the turning point against Atalanta and criticised Cesena for 'melting' at the first sign of difficulty.

Chievo coach Domenico Di Carlo believes his side deserved more against Lazio, but admitted they were denied by a great goalkeeping display.

It was reported that Fiorentina have made young Siena striker Mattia Destro as one of their main targets during the January transfer window.

Genoa have confirmed that they have sacked coach Alberto Malesani and replaced him with Pasquale Marino following the 6-1 defeat to Napoli.

Inter Milan
It was rumoured that Inter Milan have submitted a bid worth EUR30 million for Sao Paulo attacking midfielder Lucas Rodrigues Moura da Silva.

Chelsea are interested in acquiring Juventus winger Milos Krasic, with the Italian giants reportedly asking EUR12 million for his transfer.

Auxerre President Gerard Bourgoin has hinted that the outfit will be targeting Lazio striker Djibril Cisse in this January transfer market.

Coach Serse Cosmi cannot help but feel regret after Lecce threw away a lead against Inter and conceding that his team were not sharp enough.

Napoli have claimed that the capture of Universidad de Chile striker Eduardo Vargas will be their only piece of transfer business in January.

Novara midfielder Andrea Mazzarani believes the determination showed by his team against Palermo will help them Serie A safety this season.

Palermo coach Bortolo Mutti said his team did well with just 10 men against Novara and will have a talk with Josip Ilicic about his action.

Parma coach Franco Colomba regretted the draw with Catania and said his team are struggling to convert their chances and makes naïve mistakes.

It was reported that Fiorentina have made young Siena striker Mattia Destro as one of their main targets during the January transfer window.

Francesco Guidolin was satisfied with a point and blamed the 'disrespectful' fixture list for Udinese's tired performance against Juventus.

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