NEWS

Italy's training regime over Euro 2016 includes surprisingly heavy work-loads, monitored by a GPS system.
Roma have an interest in Manchester City's Pablo Zabaleta and Bacary Sagna, as the former is also targeted by Inter.
Paul Pogba's agent says 'Juventus don't want to sell him' to Real Madrid, but the player's objective is 'not money, but the Ballon D'Or'.
Paul Pogba's agent admits he is negotiating with Real Madrid, but says 'nothing is decided' for the Juventus star.
Marco Tardelli praises Italy for 'the strength of their defence', but also warns of their inherent limits.
Italy icon Marco Tardelli says Italy can win Euro 2016 and singles out Manuele Giaccherini as his successor.
Coach Antonio Conte is considering alternatives on Italy's right wing as Antonio Candreva's conditions remain dubious.
Inter make a €25m offer for Sassuolo's Domenico Berardi, viewed as an alternative to Lazio's Antonio Candreva.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Paul Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola told Marca that Juventus are “in the initial phase” of negotiations with Real Madrid.
Leonardo Bonucci replied to Simone Padoin’s farewell message by calling him “an example to everyone” at Juventus.
Arsenal are reportedly raising their offer for Napoli and Albania right-back Elseid Hysaj to €19m.
Armando Sadiku’s looping header gave Albania the historic victory over Romania, but they must wait to see if they’ll continue at Euro 2016.
Paul Pogba hit the woodwork twice and Dimitri Payet once, as France failed to break down Switzerland, but both go through.
Torino defender Kamil Glik is reportedly on the verge of joining Monaco for €13m plus bonuses.
According to The Sun on Sunday, Southampton have approached Walter Zenga to be their new Coach.
Matteo Darmian explains how Italy “plugged our ears and kept working” amid criticism ahead of Euro 2016.
Simone Padoin wrote a moving letter of goodbye to Juventus fans after agreeing a transfer to Cagliari. “I don’t deserve your compliments.”
Barcelona told Juventus transfer target Javier Mascherano that he is not for sale, according to Sport.
Napoli have reportedly agreed terms with Ponte Preta for 17-year-old Brazilian talent Leandrinho.
Mario Rui’s agent assures “we are in full agreement” with Roma, as are Empoli, despite talk of Swansea City and Valencia bids.
If Marco Giampaolo takes over at Milan, he could be joined by Riccardo Saponara, Leandro Paredes and more Empoli men.
Marco Verratti “is Italy’s Number One Fan” at Euro 2016, revealed his agent, but “can categorically deny he’ll leave PSG for Serie A.”
Roma had seemed all set for Mario Rui, but Swansea City and Valencia have intercepted the Empoli left-back.
Fiorentina and Galatasaray are doing battle for €6.5m-rated Borussia Dortmund midfielder Nuri Sahin.
Cagliari confirm interest in Davide Calabria, but not his Milan teammate Rodrigo Ely.
Matteo Darmian warned Italy “want to win against Ireland and our greatest strength is there are no reserve players.”
Crotone consider Giuseppe Sannino, Razvan Lucescu and Walter Zenga after receiving two rejections.
Republic of Ireland assistant manager Roy Keane “would pay to watch” Italy and has “always been a fan of Italian football.”
Bologna “will listen to offers” for Amadou Diawara, but warn they have no need to sell the midfielder.
Lazio are reportedly close to securing Benfica defender Jardel for €6.5m plus bonuses.
Verona goalkeeper Pierluigi Gollini is considering proposals from Fiorentina and Fulham.
Milan Badelj is “90 per cent unlikely to sign a contract renewal with Fiorentina,” said the Croatia international’s agent. “I am talking to various clubs.”
Milan and Chinese investors reportedly met with Marco Giampaolo this week, but Silvio Berlusconi wants Cristian Brocchi.
Mike Piazza’s new club Reggiana could try to coax Andrea Pirlo back from New York City FC.