There is also peace with the Curva over chants.
All the latest headlines from the newspapers in Italy as Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis promises three new signings in January.
– ‘Peace with the Curva’; Joint AC Milan and Inter Milan statement promising to change the laws as long as ultras stop anti-Neapolitan chants.
– The response is a ceasefire: ‘The protests will continue, but those insults won’t be repeated’
– Juventus president Andrea Agnelli attacks: ‘Italian football is immobile’
– Italy star Mario Balotelli without a tutor, he’s among the 50 candidates for the Ballon d’Or with Andrea Pirlo and Gianluigi Buffon.
– Inter Milan boss Walter Mazzarri: ‘Thohir likes us this way’
– Massimo Moratti set for long goodbye amid applause this weekend.
– Napoli owner Aurelio De Laurentiis: ‘Napoli, I’ll buy three’.
– Club President praises coach Rafa Benitez and promises major reinforcements in January as they look to compete on all three fronts.
– New Inter face Andrea Mandorlini test as Hellas Verona visit the San Siro.
– Roma boss Rudi Garcia fired up: ‘Roma run and win again’.
– Juventus director general Beppe Marotta raises his voice: ‘Antonio Conte is untouchable’
– He also defends the Coach and Buffon, but Agnelli attacks the Lega
– Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo, eyes on the Clasico on Saturday evening.
– Andrea Agnelli: ‘Enough of the arrogance!’
– Juventus President: ‘We must not be half-hearted, but all give more, including me’
– Beppe Marotta: ‘Talk of Prandelli is fantasy football, only a crazy person would let Conte go’
– UEFA rule Madrid referee was unworthy of big matches after the controversy created in the 2-1 defeat on Wednesday night.
– Milan revolution. Contact with former Dutch midfielder Clarence Seedorf resumes and investment talks continue in Saudi Arabia.
– Inter Milan, tonight Hellas Verona are awaiting new owner Erick Thohir
– De Laurentiis reveals: ‘I admire the Granata’
– Barça-Real show, Ancelotti gambles Ronaldo with Gareth Bale?