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Teams in Serie A have been hit by a ban limiting the number of foreign players they can sign.
The new rule - brought in by the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) - means clubs can only bring in one non-EU (European Union) player each season.
The signing can only be brought in to replace another non-EU member of the squad and the new cap is a reduction from the previous level of two players.
The decision was made following Italy's shock exit from the World Cup finals in South Africa, where the reigning champions were sent home bottom of Group F.
The announcement has angered some officials of clubs in Italy, who feel the move has been made too soon.
Lega Calcio, the governing body of Serie A and B, has criticised the decision, with president Mario Beretta saying: "It won't solve anything.
"This decision leaves a bad taste in the mouth."
AC Milan president Adriano Galliani added: "This won't resolve the problems in Italian football.
"I absolutely share the position put forth by the Lega Calcio and president Beretta."
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And so we have a new leader in La Liga, a team who at one stage had been eight points behind their rivals. Carlo Ancelotti has certainly got his Real Madrid side firing, still unbeaten in 16 league games, including six matches where they've scored four or more.
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Argentina Midfielder Lucas Biglia has revealed he could leave Anderlecht in January.
Wesley Sneijder has given his clearest indication yet that he will leave Inter Milan during the next transfer window.
Inter Milan coach Andrea Stramaccioni has dropped a strong hint that Wesley Sneijder could have a future with the club.
The agent of Porto defender Rolando has revealed his client would be interested in joining Serie A club Napoli.
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