In round six of the Italian Serie A, Juventus travel to Stadio Renza Barbera to play against Roberto De Zerbi's Palermo side.
AC Milan are reportedly eyeing a move for Manchester United's Dutch international Memphis Depay in the upcoming transfer window.
The Hard Tackle brings to you the funniest and the most interesting set of tweets in the aftermath of an eventful round 3 matchday after which Juventus sit comfortably in the summit with Genoa and Fiorentina match abandoned.
Round 3 of Serie A is already upon us as the players regroup at their clubs' respective training grounds after a busy week of international football. TheHardTackle looks at a selection of Serie A games that are set to be among the most exciting this weekend.
AC Milan are reportedly preparing a £42m bid in January to prize away Tottenham superstar Harry Kane to Serie A.
Arsenal Legends put in a stellar performance in front of their fans at the Emirates as they completed a 4-2 routing of AC Milan Glorie courtesy of a hat-trick from Nwankwo Kanu.
From Flamini's perspective, it will be a very tough decision to make. There are no obvious chhooices. For sure Roma looks like the last option, but the other clubs can all give him regular game time. Olympiakos, Roma and Milan almost regularly play Champions League football, so that is something which Flamini should consider as well. However, should he want to stay in the Premier League, Palace would be more than willing to recruit him.
Latest reports claim Cesc Fabregas is set to stay at Chelsea after he was earlier linked with a move out on-loan to AC Milan. Meanwhile Mario Balotelli is finally set to complete a transfer away from Liverpool with a move to Nice.
After negotiations for Cesc Fabregas are proving to be very difficult, Milan are close to securing Stevan Jovetic from cross town rivals Inter Milan. AS Roma have reportedly agreed personal terms with Arsenal's Jack Wilshere.
AC Milan's Keisuke Honda might be headed to Lazio with Keita Balde heading in the opposite direction, according to latest reports.