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Friday, February 24, 2012

Serie A

AC Milan
Former Manchester United striker Robinho admits that he is happy at Milan and would love to remain with the Rossoneri for another 10 years.

AS Roma
AS Roma striker Fabio Borini remains thankful to Chelsea even though he is a little disappointed having failed to emerge at Stamford Bridge.

It was claimed that Atalanta and Chievo Verona are keeping a close watch on Foggia midfielder Carmine Marinaro, with a view to a summer move.

Bologna president Albano Guaraldi has not ruled out the possibility of keeping Uruguayan starlet Gaston Ramirez at the club over the summer.

Cagliari coach Davide Ballardini as striker Nene has resumed squad training, while Andrea Cossu is still a doubt for the clash against Lecce.

Catania president Antonino Pulvirenti is happy with the win over Siena and added that they will not block any of their players from leaving.

Mario Alberto Santana insists he does not regret leaving Napoli for bottom-of-the-table Cesena, where he has found more opportunity to play.

It was claimed that Chievo Verona and Atalanta are keeping a close watch on Foggia midfielder Carmine Marinaro, with a view to a summer move.

It was reported that Fiorentina are set to offer sporting director Pantaleo Corvino a 12-month extension rather than a fresh 3-year agreement.

Genoa striker Alberto Gilardino is unlikely to feature against former club Parma this weekend as he is still struggling with a thigh strain.

Inter Milan
Inter Milan goalkeeper Julio Cesar has urged his team-mates to show a lot of characters and strength to come out of their current situation.

It was reported that Juventus are ready to offer EUR30 million to secure the signature of Liverpool striker Luis Suarez in the summer market.


Lecce goalkeeper Massimiliano Benassi has warned his squad against rushing to recover the two points they need to get out of the drop zone.

Ezequiel Lavezzi's agent believes it is too soon to talk about his future, but president De Laurentiis is keen to keep the striker at Napoli.

Novara striker Jeda believes his Biancoazzurri side can increase their chances of getting a result with a more careful approach to the game.

Palermo boss Bortolo Mutti believes it is only right to wait until the end of the season before opening talks about his future at the club.

Midfielder Daniele Galloppa believes Parma can get a positive result from the trip to Genoa, if they approach the match with the right mindset.

Siena striker Emanuele Calaio has been handed a one-match suspension and a EUR2,000 fine for simulation following the clash against Catania.


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