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It’s reported Roma Coach Luciano Spalletti wants to bring either Kevin Strootman or Radja Nainggolan to Inter with him.
Today's front page headlines in English from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Milan have made a tentative approach for Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan, but are more likely to get Cagliari talent Nicolò Barella, claim Sky Sport Italia.
Milan held a star-studded reunion this evening to mark 10 years since they beat Liverpool in the Champions League Final.
President Aurelio De Laurentiis told the Napoli squad that he is “convinced with Maurizio Sarri we can fight for the most important target next season.”
Claudio Ranieri has been approached by Crystal Palace after Sam Allardyce announced he was retiring, claim Italian sources.
Benevento have beaten Spezia 2-1 in a fiery encounter and will face Perugia in the Serie B promotion play-off semi-final.
Juventus and Manchester United are the main contenders for Bayern Munich winger Douglas Costa.
Milan and Inter are both interested in €10m Barcelona right-back Aleix Vidal, according to reports in Spain.
Roma have chosen Eusebio Di Francesco as their new Coach and will finalise terms over the next few days, claim Sky Sport Italia.
Juventus have announced they will be playing in Mexico against CF Monterrey on July 18 and Tigres on July 19.
Roma released the images of their new kit for the 2017-18 season, which will be worn on Francesco Totti’s last game on Sunday.
Mateo Musacchio passed his medical with Milan, but the €18m transfer from Villarreal is postponed for a few days, it’s reported.
Juventus hope to tempt Brazilian defender Felipe from FC Porto for €30m, according to Portuguese paper A Bola.
Mattia De Sciglio and his agents met with Milan directors today and reportedly asked to be sold, with Juventus the most likely destination.
Claudio Ranieri warns fans that Francesco Totti’s final match this Sunday is historic, but “Roma comes first, then Francesco.”
Former Cagliari President Massimo Cellino has officially sold all his shares of Leeds United to another Italian businessman, Andrea Radrizzani.
Cagliari have officially parted company with director of sport Stefano Capozucca in a decision that was taken “by mutual consent.”
Marco Delvecchio warns going from Luciano Spalletti to Eusebio Di Francesco “would be a step down for Roma. If they want more than the Europa League, they need another Coach.”
Udinese have agreed terms for Kalmar FF winger Svante Ingelsson, according to Sky Sport Italia.
Former Perugia, Palermo and Trapani Coach Serse Cosmi is in line for the Jiangsu Suning job, claim reports.
QPR have confirmed that they will not take up their option to sign Ravel Morrison, so he will return to Lazio.
Monchi is adamant Francesco Totti “will retire on Sunday and then we’ll see what his future holds. It’s strange working at Roma and I have mixed feelings.”
Inter are close to signing Brazilian right-back Danilo from Real Madrid, according to Cadena SER in Spain.
Former Serie A referee and current chief of the Serie B referees’ association Stefano Farina has died suddenly, aged 54.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero says Luis Muriel’s celebration against Udinese was “wrong”.
Reports in Italy suggest Sunderland are considering Claudio Ranieri as the successor to David Moyes.
Udinese’s Danilo has been given a two-game ban after his red card against Sampdoria at the weekend.
Carlo Ancelotti confirms Milan wanted Liverpool in the 2007 Champions League final “to take revenge for Istanbul”.
Filippo Inzaghi reveals Carlo Ancelotti predicted he’d score twice in the Champions League final win over Liverpool.
Ten years on, Football Italia looks back at the night Filippo Inzaghi laid the Istanbul ghosts to rest.
It’s reported Andrea Stramaccioni is trying to convince Inter forward Rodrigo Palacio to join him at Sparta Prague.
Espanyol have officially confirmed the outright signing of Diego Lopez from Milan.
Antonio Cassano reveals he is “crazy” about Verona, where he could reunite with Giampaolo Pazzini.
Pepe Reina wants to stay at Napoli this summer, according to the goalkeeper’s father.

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