AZZURRI

Leonardo Bonucci, Andrea Barzagli and Giorgio Chiellini joked as they prepared for Italy’s Euro 2016 journey.
Daniele De Rossi “really did fear not being part of the squad” for Euro 2016, but Alessandro Florenzi could become a father during the tournament.
Antonio Conte was “sad” to cut the Italy squad down to 23 and called Belgium “one of the favourites for Euro 2016.”
Gigi Buffon discussed his Italy career and going into Euro 2016. “When nobody expects anything, you can surprise people.”
Italy have named their 23-man squad for Euro 2016, including Eder, Federico Bernardeschi, Daniele De Rossi and 10 Thiago Motta.
Juventus President Andrea Agnelli warned the Italian system makes it “more difficult to compete” in Europe.
Belgium have named their 23-man squad for Euro 2016, including Dries Mertens and Radja Nainggolan.
Antonio Conte wants the Nazionale to “astound and make Italians proud” at Euro 2016. “Nobody can stop us dreaming.”
Giuseppe Rossi’s agent said he “should have chosen” to represent the USA rather than Italy after a complex career.
The Italian Federation is reportedly informing clubs of which players will make up the final 23-man list for Euro 2016.
President Giorgio Squinzi says that Azzurri Coach Antonio Conte ignored Sassuolo completely.
Youngster Davide Calabria laments the 'lack of a sense of belonging' at Milan, but wants to stay and make it into the Azzurri.
Napoli midfielder Jorginho's agent has confirmed that there are 'no chances anymore' for an Azzurri call-up.
Daniele Rugani, Davide Zappacosta and Marco Benassi will be Italy's three reserve players, with no objections from Juventus.
Reports suggest that Napoli midfielder Jorginho will not make Antonio Conte's 23-man squad for Euro 2016.
Italian media outlets are reporting conflicting versions of Italy's 'definitive' 23-man squad for Euro 2016.
Coach Antonio Conte is believed to have made his decisions for the 23-man squad to take to Euro 2016.
New York City FC's Andrea Pirlo is 'not disappointed' about missing Euro 2016: 'Antonio Conte is right'.
Marcello Lippi claims the Azzurri 'go to Euro 2016 to win it, but they must keep a low profile'.
Riccardo Montolivo reportedly picked up an injury in the Azzurri's post-Scotland cool-down and will miss Euro 2016.
Giampiero Ventura has reportedly been given the green light by the Azzurri's higher echelons to become the new Coach.
Antonio Conte is preparing to "make painful choices" in his final 23-man squad for Euro 2016.
Italy achieved a comfortable win over Scotland, but will be concerned with their penetration in the final third. Gaby McKay rates Antonio Conte’s men.
Graziano Pelle' insists Italy "lack sharpness" after hard training sessions, but Malta brings him luck.
Emanuele Giaccherini said Italy "have to be optimistic" going into Euro 2016 after beating Scotland.