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15hSelene Scarsi

Police warn Napoli as walk-off threat continues

Napoli have been warned by the head of the Italian police that there could be consequences if they walk off the field because of racism.

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Lazio spokesperson questions racism reports

There were reports of Lazio supporters chanting about Rome's African population and antisemitic abuse aimed at Roma supporters against Novara.

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5dJames Horncastle

Nico who? Cagliari's Barella coveted by Juve, Chelsea

Nico Barella is just 21 but the Cagliari midfielder's recent performances have vaulted him to the top of transfer shopping lists all across Europe.

Police seek to collect DNA from Cristiano Ronaldo (2:20)
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6dAndrew Cesare Richardson, ESPN writer

Source: Higuain meets Sarri, Chelsea to loan Morata

Chelsea are ready to loan out Alvaro Morata with Maurizio Sarri keen on bringing in Gonzalo Higuain as his replacement, sources have told ESPN FC.

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6dESPN

Transfer Talk: Higuain set for Chelsea move

Gonzalo Higuain may reunite with Maurizio Sarri at Chelsea with Alvaro Morata possibly off to Spain. Transfer Talk is LIVE with the latest.

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7dBen Gladwell

Napoli maintain walk-off threat in Koulibaly row

Napoli have said they will ignore the warning from Italy's interior minister and walk off the pitch in the event of a repeat of the r

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7dBen Gladwell

Inter want kids allowed into closed matches

Inter Milan will not be appealing the decision to close San Siro for two games, although they have asked that children be admitted.

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8dRob Dawson

Sources: Man United will wait to land Koulibaly

Manchester United are prepared to wait until the summer to sign Kalidou Koulibaly with a January move looking unlikely, sources have told ESPN FC.

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8dBen Gladwell

Racism no excuse to halt match - Italy minister

Italy's interior minister Matteo Salvini says the referee was right not to suspend a match in which monkey chants were aimed at Kalidou Koulibaly.