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Juventus one of the hottest talents in Italy, writes Jack Stevens, but where does Federico Bernardeschi fit in?
Roma fans underestimate just how important Aleksandar Kolarov can be after arriving from Manchester City, writes Tom Scholes.
Though incredibly skilled and creative, Napoli’s Jorginho remains an under-appreciated commodity in Italy, argues Matthew Santangelo.
Is Christian Vieri right to say Inter must invest in champions and not ‘average’ players? Richard Hall debates the issue.
The Rossoneri need a deeper squad if they’re to truly challenge Juventus, writes Gregory Caltabanis.
As Milan look set to continue their summer spending, Tom Scholes weighs up the Rossoneri’s top two targets for the attack.
Lazio fans should not expect Leiva to fill in the void left by Lucas Biglia, as the Brazilian is a completely different player, writes Vilizar Yakimov.
Inevitably Leonardo Bonucci’s departure fuelled rumours about what happened in the Juventus locker room, but Adam Digby feels it’s a damaging distraction.
Luciano Spalletti worked wonders with Edin Dzeko at Roma, so Billy Wilkinson trusts he’ll reinvigorate Mauro Icardi for Inter.
When Leonardo Bonucci is sold for €10m less than Kyle Walker, the market has gone truly mad, writes Greg Murray.
Alessio Cerci went from the new Thierry Henry to the new Antonio Cassano and now Fantantonio’s teammate, writes Andrew Richardson.
From utterly implausible rumour to reality within 48 hours, Susy Campanale can't get her head round Leonardo Bonucci's move to Milan.
After a tense spell at Roma, Luciano Spalletti is determined to stamp his authority over the Inter squad, writes Richard Hall.
James Pallotta is forgetting to cultivate his relationship with the Roma fans, and Andrea Tallarita believes this may cost him.
With huge transfer fees slapped on a series of full-backs, Roma have a bargain for Rick Karsdorp, writes Billy Wilkinson.
Just what do Juventus need to lift the Champions League trophy? Adam Digby looks back on recent failures and seeks solutions.
There is one obvious contender to lead the Rossoneri attack, writes Nick Valerio, and it’s a familiar face. 
Napoli start this season with a conundrum, as Tom Scholes wonders how to fit Arkadiusz Milik in at Napoli.