NEWS

Belgium demolished the Republic of Ireland 3-0 with a Romelu Lukaku brace, meaning Italy clinch top spot in Group E.
Juventus have targeted Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez as an Alvaro Morata replacement, claim Telelombardia.
Javier Zanetti admits Inter “must wait until June 28 to know if we have to sell a big player,” considering Yaya Toure and Antonio Candreva.
Juventus continue to prepare for a post-Alvaro Morata future and Belgium international Michy Batshuayi is back on the radar.
Sassuolo confirm they are “down to the details” with Atletico Madrid for Sime Vrsaljko, while Domenico Berardi “didn’t reject Juventus.”
Italy could be crowned Group E winners today, but paradoxically that could lead to a much tougher route to the Euro 2016 Final.
In a new twist, Real Madrid could opt to keep Alvaro Morata after buying him back from Juventus, not sell him on for a profit.
Spanish newspaper As claims Real Betis are making a bid for Milan winger Suso.
Italy resumed training this morning, though Antonio Candreva and Gigi Buffon were rested, while big changes are planned for Ireland.
Carlos Bacca said “my priority remains Milan, but I have offers from important clubs in Spain, England, France and Germany.”
Italy shared a snapshot of their post-Sweden celebrations as the players noted “unity is setting jealousy aside.”
Roma had been all set to sign Mario Rui, but it’s now reported the Empoli full-back met with a French and Spanish club too.
Alvaro Morata insists his agent did not speak to Real Madrid about his future. “I’d be sad to leave Juventus, but it’s not up to me.”
Rudi Garcia is no longer on the shortlist to be Southampton Coach – which is very bad news for Roma.
There are mixed reports over a planned exchange between Inter defender Andrea Ranocchia and Sassuolo’s Francesco Acerbi.
Fiorentina are closing on Sunderland winger Emanuele Giaccherini, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport.
Napoli are asking Valencia for Shkodran Mustafi in part-exchange for Raul Albiol, according to Sky Sport Italia.
Spanish reports continue to insist Real Madrid are close to signing Lazio striker Keita Balde Diao.
Premier League sides continue to call Simone Zaza, as the Juventus striker is courted by West Ham, Everton and Southampton.
Antonio Conte gloated after a decisive Eder goal against Sweden and urged fans to create an Azzurri wall with the Republic of Ireland.
Franco Vazquez reportedly turned down an offer from Jiangsu Suning, who would then hand him to Inter in 2017.
Reports are spreading fast that Chelsea will make a strong bid for Lazio and Italy midfielder Antonio Candreva.
Atletico Madrid are ready to offer €60m plus Matias Kranevitter for Gonzalo Higuain, but Napoli won’t sell.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Ivan Perisic, Ivan Rakitic and Croatia Coach Ante Cacic slammed “terrorist” fans who threw flares during their 2-2 draw with the Czech Republic.
Alvaro Morata bagged a brace as reigning European Champions Spain crushed Turkey 3-0 to qualify for the Round of 16.
Reports in Argentina claim Zenit defender Ezequiel Garay wants to push through a move to Inter.
Lazio forward Felipe Anderson formally announced he has signed a partnership with Kia Joorabchian.
Newly-promoted Crotone are waiting for a response from current Juventus Primavera youth team Coach Fabio Grosso.
After Antonio Rudiger’s injury, Chelsea are reportedly turning their attention to Inter defender Juan Jesus.
M’Baye Niang has caught the eye of many clubs, “including in England and Germany,” but no formal offers for the Milan striker.
Antonio Candreva’s agent assures “there is no agreement” with Inter, as first they must strike a deal with Lazio.
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis confirmed he has “offered €10m to Monaco for Fabinho to start negotiations.”
Martin Skrtel’s agent confirms Inter and Roma interest for the Liverpool defender, who does not have a deal with Fenerbahce.
Giorgio Chiellini “cleared the air” with Sweden midfielder Albin Ekdal, who called the Italy defender “a swine” on the pitch.