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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.
Croatia were 2-0 up and dominant, but hit the self-destruct button – as did their fans – to draw 2-2 with the Czech Republic.
Andrea Barzagli warned Italy “have a lot more work to do,” but confessed “tension at the taboo” of their second game with Sweden.
Gigi Buffon thanked “truly unique” Italy defenders after the 1-0 win over Sweden, “but perhaps a draw would’ve been the fair result.”
Zlatan Ibrahimovic joked about his duel with Giorgio Chiellini. “If we’d been fighting for real, he’d be in hospital.”
Director Mauro Baldissoni claims Roma are “tracking at least 30” defenders to meet Luciano Spalletti’s demands.
John Guidetti insists Sweden “played extraordinarily well and Italy were just lucky, as they never had a shot on goal.”
Sweden Coach Erik Hamren argued “the Italian defence did its job” after a 1-0 defeat to the Azzurri.
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio said Antonio Conte deserves credit for “betting on Eder” after the winner against Sweden.
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Giorgio Chiellini is happy “Eder gets this moment of glory” and thanks Andrea Barzagli for a good luck charm as Italy beat Sweden.
Simone Zaza was glad to “make my contribution” with his assist for Eder’s goal in a 1-0 win over Sweden.
Emanuele Giaccherini used a colourful phrase to describe how Italy proved themselves with a 1-0 win over Sweden.
Marco Parolo rued hitting the crossbar against Sweden, but explained Italy “changed the tempo” to get a victory.
Eder reveals he prepared by training alone to get in shape for Euro 2016 and celebrated the goal that beat Sweden 1-0.
After beating Sweden 1-0, Antonio Conte noted “who would’ve expected that after two games Italy would qualify for the Round of 16?”
Eder scored at the 88th minute to give Italy a 1-0 victory over Sweden and secure qualification for the Euro 2016 Round of 16.
Ex-Roma Coach Rudi Garcia is reportedly very close to being appointed by Southampton.
Sweden midfielder Albin Ekdal warned Giorgio Chiellini “can be a swine” on the pitch, “but everyone wants a player like that.”
Alberto Paloschi has completed his transfer from Swansea City to Atalanta. “I am truly happy to play for my hometown club.”
Italy make just one change for their meeting with Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s Sweden in Toulouse, introducing Alessandro Florenzi.
As Euro 2016 kicks into gear, which Italy stars will be attracting transfer interest from Premier League clubs this summer?