Can ‘one of Real Madrid’s worst signings in years’ come good at Juventus? Tom Scholes isn’t so sure.
Andrea Conti is a modern day full-back, offering Milan energy and purpose in the final third, writes Nick Valerio. 
New buy Hakan Calhanoglu brings much more than just free kicks to Milan, writes Tom Scholes.
In a summer of big-spending and squad revamps, Napoli might find consistency is their strongest asset, writes Matthew Santangelo.
Roma turned the ‘crazy’ goalkeeper sane, so Richard Hall considers Wojciech Szczesny’s next move: Arsenal, Juventus or Inter?
Borja Valero would be a good signing for Inter, writes Chloe Beresford, but is he being forced out of his beloved Fiorentina?
Italy’s U-21s may have come up short in Poland, but Adam Summerton believes their European Championship experience will pay future dividends.
If Gianluigi Donnarumma is ready to discuss a new Milan contract, should the fans forgive him? Giancarlo Rinaldi has some advice.
The customary Giallorossi overhaul has begun and Monchi fits perfectly into their selling philosophy, writes Nick Valerio, whether the fans like it or not.
No matter what the fee, Adam Digby feels Juventus would send all the wrong signals by letting Alex Sandro join Chelsea without a fight.
Despite Spain running away with their European Under-21 Championship group, Daryl Hammond believes Italy have an equal chance in Tuesday’s semi-final.
This Italy-Germany was more lop-sided than any that have come before, which is why Andrea Tallarita expected a win.
Barcelona seem the most logical choice for Marco Verratti, but Billy Wilkinson warns it’s not that simple for the Paris Saint-Germain rebel.
After a year to forget, Zenit appointed Roberto Mancini in a move that promises to be highly beneficial for both parties, writes Vilizar Yakimov.
Advances in technology haven't just changed football on the pitch, but moved the big game on to the small screen with smartphones giving fans more access than ever before.
Luigi Di Biagio and his Italy youngsters were taught a harsh lesson by the Czech Republic, but Livio Caferoglu thinks there is only one culprit.
Lorenzo Pellegrini’s bicycle-kick is just a hint of what Roma and Italy have to look forward to, writes Chloe Beresford.
With Liverpool on the verge of signing Roma forward Mohamed Salah, Adam Summerton hails his improvement during two-and-a-half seasons in Serie A