NEWS

Stefan de Vrij seems set for a contract renewal with Lazio and could include a €30m release clause.
Juventus continue to seek alternatives to Steven N’Zonzi in midfield, including Blaise Matuidi, Emre Can and Nemanja Matic.
Sampdoria have set up a meeting with Fiorentina for Slovenia international trequartista Josip Ilicic.
Inter have offered €23m for Atletico Madrid winger Angel Correa, claim Marca, but they face competition from Real Sociedad.
As Roma wait for Liverpool to hit the €40m mark for Mohamed Salah, Roma have identified his replacement in Lyon’s Rachid Ghezzal.
Atalanta have seemingly accepted Andrea Conti’s position and are trying to negotiate a transfer fee with Milan, but still want €25m.
Today's front page headlines in English from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Tuttosport claim that Manchester United will offer €210m plus David De Gea for Cristiano Ronaldo and Alvaro Morata, sending Gianluigi Donnarumma towards Juventus.
Reports continue to multiply that Dani Alves has given the all-clear for a transfer to Manchester City, so Juventus are negotiating a €5.7m fee.
Italy must choose between two different systems ahead of tomorrow’s opening Under-21 European Championship game against Denmark.
Alessandro Lucarelli followed Parma into Serie D after their bankruptcy, so today’s promotion to Serie B “repaid us for so many painful moments.”
Genoa goalkeeper Mattia Perin’s agent is said to be in talks for a move to Milan, with Gabriel Paletta going the other way.
Marco Benassi admits Italy “have a strong desire to make up” for 2015 as they begin the European Under-21 Championship against Denmark.
Jean Michael Seri edges ever closer to Roma with reports the Nice midfielder’s agent met with the Giallorossi today.
Gigi Di Biagio is confident Gianluigi Donnarumma won’t be affected by transfer speculation when Italy face Denmark in the European Under-21 Championship.
Zenit St Petersburg are ready to pay Kostas Manolas €3.5m per year wages if he leaves Roma, claim Sky Sport Italia.
Atletico Madrid are reportedly in talks with Sampdoria for Luis Muriel, but would want the Colombian striker in January.
Udinese are on the verge of signing 19-year-old Kalmar midfielder Svante Ingelsson, as he’s due for a medical.
There are increasing reports Dani Alves is heading to Manchester City after just one season at Juventus.
Parma are back in Serie B after their second consecutive promotion following bankruptcy, beating Alessandria 2-0 in the Lega Pro play-off final.
Paris Saint-Germain have approached Juventus with a proposal for Juan Cuadrado, but the asking price is €30m.
Roma have signed 17-year-old Belgian defender Keres Masangu from KV Mechelen as an addition to their youth academy.
Juventus are considering alternatives to Steven N’Zonzi, including 23-year-old Barcelona talent Andre Gomes.
Torino will keep hold of Daniele Baselli for another year, but send Juan Manuel Iturbe and Leandro Castan back to Roma. “They were unconvincing.”
Paris Saint-Germain are suddenly no longer willing to net Salvatore Sirigu join Torino without a hefty fee, claims L’Equipe.
Italy are due to play Denmark in the European Under-21 Championship tomorrow, but several players have come down with a stomach bug.
Palermo patron Maurizio Zamparini released a statement warning “the city and fans deserve respect” and hope Paul Baccaglini completes the closing by Monday.
Watford are prepared to pay €5m for Bologna creative midfielder Saphir Taider, claim Italian reports.
Milan Skriniar is “100 per cent” sure to remain at Sampdoria next season, said his agent, even if “Inter are a top club” and favourites for 2018-19.
KAA Gent full-back Thomas Foket seems to be on the verge of joining Atalanta after interest from Napoli.
Inter are alert to the potential of picking up Gael Clichy on a free transfer from Manchester City.
Alberto Zaccheroni could be a contender for the Premier League jobs at Crystal Palace and Southampton.
Inter continue negotiations with Sampdoria for Milan Skriniar, so Andrea Ranocchia could join Sampdoria as part of the deal.
Italy Coach Giampiero Ventura is “convinced the Azzurrini can do well” in the European Under-21 Championship.
Napoli are planning another tactical revolution, moving to 4-2-3-1 so they can use Dries Mertens, Lorenzo Insigne and Arkadiusz Milik.