NEWS

Youngster Davide Calabria laments the 'lack of a sense of belonging' at Milan, but wants to stay and make it into the Azzurri.
Roma's Antonio Rudiger and Juventus's Sami Khedira made the Germany squad for Euro 2016.
Napoli midfielder Jorginho's agent has confirmed that there are 'no chances anymore' for an Azzurri call-up.
Empoli have officially signed former Fiorentina captain Manuel Pasqual on a two-year deal.
Atalanta, Bologna, Torino and Sampdoria are all reportedly after Leeds United's Giuseppe Bellusci.
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.
Coach Vicente Del Bosque released 19 of his 23 men for Euro 2016, and they include Juventus striker Alvaro Morata.
Genoa's Tomas Rincon could join Roma, but his fate is tied to that of Radja Nainggolan.
Juventus are after Real Madrid's Mateo Kovacic, Toni Kroos, and teen prodigy Borja Mayoral, say reports.
Italian media outlets are reporting conflicting versions of Italy's 'definitive' 23-man squad for Euro 2016.
President Silvio Berlusconi worries that the negotiations for the sale of Milan 'may take too long', whilst discussing the club's crisis.
Torino's Sinisa Mihajlovic wants Sampdoria's Roberto Soriano and Bologna loanee Emanuele Giaccherini.
Milan's prospective Chinese buyers will be revealed to President Silvio Berlusconi today, say reports
Starting from next season Serie A will require squads to include four youth team players and four players with Italian experience.
Juventus striker Alvaro Morata admits scoring in the Euro 2016 final could change his whole future: 'But that's not my focus'.
Alvaro Morata admits his 'desire' is to 'win with Real Madrid', but won't leave Juventus unless he has better opportunities abroad.
Coach Antonio Conte is believed to have made his decisions for the 23-man squad to take to Euro 2016.
Today's front-page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport, and Tuttosport.
Inter may join the race for Bayern Munich defender Medhi Benatia, who is also targeted by Roma and Juventus.
FIFA has appointed former Milan star Zvonimir Boban as a deputy to new Secretary General Fatma Samoura.
Freshly-relegated Verona are expected to appoint Rafa Benitez’s assistant Fabio Pecchia as their new Coach imminently.
Silvio Berlusconi laments how football “has become a kind of Monopoly” as he “once chased” Pep Guardiola – only to be priced out.
James Pallotta hailed Monday as an “important day” for Roma after they deposited their stadium plan to the local council.
The agent of Tonny Vilhena has claimed that as many as six clubs are rivalling Inter for the Feyenoord midfielder.
Alberto Aquilani will reportedly leave Sporting CP this summer, but Ezequiel Schelotto is believed to have earned a new contract.
Beppe Marotta has dropped his biggest hint yet that Juventus could sign Dani Alves from Barcelona as “I’m very optimistic”.
Fiorentina have confirmed the return of Pantaleo Corvino as the club’s sporting director following Daniele Prade’s departure last week.
West Ham United have reportedly made a €20m offer for Milan striker Carlos Bacca, who may be seeking a move away this summer.
Dries Mertens has accepted Napoli’s €2m contract offer and will sign it after Euro 2016.
Roma have announced the permanent signing of defender Antonio Rudiger from Stuttgart for €9m.
Silvio Berlusconi will discuss Milan’s sale to a Chinese consortium on Tuesday but has accused the club’s fans of lacking “patience and memory”.
Ever Banega has explained why he will swap Europa League-winning Sevilla for Inter this summer. “In life, you have to make decisions...”
Roma's Edin Dzeko picked up an injury with Bosnia, whilst his agent confirms Galatasaray can't afford him.
Former Milan Coach Pippo Inzaghi could pick up the reins of Serie B club Frosinone, say reports.

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