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Friday, January 27, 2012

Serie A

AS Roma
Marquinho has reportedly arrived in Rome to complete a loan move from Fluminense to Roma after the clubs reached an agreement two weeks ago.

Atalanta midfielder Fabio Caserta revealed he turned down offers from Nocerina, Gubbio and Juve Stabia as he is hoping to return to Cesena.

The agent of Gaby Mudingayi has denied the interest from Lazio and believes the midfielder is likely to remain with Bologna until the summer.

Cagliari chief Massimo Cellino is still considering making a bid for Juventus striker Luca Toni despite signing Mauricio Pinilla from Palermo.

Milan vice president Adriano Galliani said whether or not Maxi Lopez will move to the San Siro or stays with Catania will be known on Friday.

Antonio Candreva's future at Cesena is still uncertain as it was claimed that Cesena are only interested in selling the midfielder this month.

Padova have announced the arrival of Chievo midfielder Simone Bentivoglio on a loan deal with an option to purchase at the end of the season.

Kevin Constant's agent has denied knowledge of existing negotiations between Genoa and Fiorentina with regards to his midfielder's future.

Both Udinese and Genoa are interested in signing Valenciennes midfielder Carlos Sanchez, who is out of contract at the end of the campaign.

Inter Milan
Cristian Chivu insisted that he is staying at Inter Milan and that his agent will begin contract extension talks with the club next month.

Uruguayan defender Martin Caceres has admitted that he thought it would be impossible to return to Juventus after leaving the club in 2010.


Lecce director Carlo Osti admits the deal for Xamax striker Haris Seferovic was completed very quickly and he will begin training on Friday.

It was reported that Chelsea could turn their attention to Napoli striker Edinson Cavani as they are unwilling to pay EUR100 million for Hulk.

Novara sports director Mauro Pederzoli has denied the arrival of Internacional defender Juan Jesus as they are unable to reach an agreement.

President Maurizio Zamparini said he agreed to loan Mauricio Pinilla to Cagliari because the player has lost the fire to play for Palermo.

It was reported that Rolf Feltscher is likely to leave Parma this month after being linked with Serie B side Padova and French outfit Auxerre.

Siena vice-President Valentina Mezzaroma dreams of further Coppa Italia success and of bringing AC Milan striker Filippo Inzaghi to Tuscany.

Both Udinese and Genoa are interested in signing Valenciennes midfielder Carlos Sanchez, who is out of contract at the end of the campaign.

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