File - Inter Milan's coach Roberto Mancini gestures during their Italian Serie A soccer match against Lazio at the San Siro stadium in Milan December 21, 2014. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo
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Serie A clubs are repeatedly talking of the importance of developing their own talent yet that hasn't stopped them from heading straight for the transfer window in traditional style.Tuesday's meeting of traditional rivals Juventus and Inter Milan and Gianfranco Zola's debut as a Serie A coach with Cagliari the same day have both been buried among the swirl of rumors and transfer chitchat.Torres managed one goal in 10 Serie A appearances for Milan while Cerci mustered nine appearances for Atletico and scored one goal following his move from Torino in August.Lazio and Sampdoria, joint third alongside Napoli with 27 points, get the ball rolling Monday as Serie A resumes following a two-week Christmas break.
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