NEWS

Luiz Adriano’s agent confirms “Roma, Inter and Milan are truly interested, but it all depends on Shakhtar Donetsk.”
There are multiple reports that Roma striker Mattia Destro has accepted a transfer to Monaco for €14m plus bonuses.
There are reports Andrea Pirlo has decided to join New York City FC next month rather than stay at Juventus until January.
England Under-21 manager Gareth Southgate warns his side not to be “toothless” against Italy, but suffers another injury blow.
According to Italian reports, Juventus will meet with Boca Juniors for Carlos Tevez tomorrow after failing to agree terms.
Roma have officially bought out Genoa’s half of midfielder Andrea Bertolacci for €8.5m.
Empoli director Marcello Carli confirms Juventus and Napoli are interested in Riccardo Saponara, but “€15m is not enough.”
Geoffrey Kondogbia’s agent insists he turned down more money from England, Spain and Milan, but “he wanted Inter.”
Juventus have taken up their option to sign Roberto Pereyra from Udinese for €14m plus performance-related bonuses.
Jackson Martinez “thanks Milan, but he preferred the Atletico Madrid project,” confirmed the Porto striker’s agent.
Italy midfielder Marco Benassi does not think England are “over-rated” ahead of tomorrow’s European Under-21 Championship clash.
Boca Juniors could offer Palermo target Jonathan Calleri to Juventus as part of their deal for Carlos Tevez.
Gigi Di Biagio confident Italy can beat England for the European Under-21 semi-finals, though Domenico Berardi “is not 100 per cent.”
Russian media claim Fabio Capello will be sacked on Wednesday, making way for CSKA Moscow Coach Leonid Slutsky.
Turkish papers claim Galatasaray have agreed terms with Torino captain Kamil Glik, but the Granata want €15m.
There are claims Roma striker Mattia Destro is on the verge of completing a €15m move to Monaco.
Antonio Di Natale has reportedly decided to stay with Udinese for another season after considering a move abroad.
Roma do not seem intent on keeping Davide Astori, so Cagliari are in talks with Schalke 04 and Sunderland.
As expected, Pepe Reina is once again a Napoli player after passing his medical. “Welcome back!”
His future is still up in the air, but Radja Nainggolan said he “hopes to do even better next year” at Roma.
It’s reported that FIGC will open their own investigation into alleged match-fixing in the ‘Goal Trains’ scandal.
Milan defender Adil Rami admits ‘my goal is to find a team which will allow me to play in the Champions League’.
Serie B side Trapani have released a statement saying they are ‘astonished’ to be implicated in a match-fixing scandal.
New Inter signing Geoffrey Kondogbia thanks fans for their welcome and says Serie A will ‘make me better’.
Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon hopes to see Parma back in Serie A ‘as soon as possible’ after bankruptcy.
Former Catania player Gionatha Spinesi says today’s match-fixing allegations are ‘the blackest page in the club’s history’.
Serie B President Andrea Abodi says those allegedly involved in the ‘Goal Trains’ scandal should ‘disappear from football’.
Pepe Reina has undergone his Napoli medical as expected, with an official announcement of his return imminent.
Reports in the U.S. claim Juventus midfielder Andrea Pirlo has agreed a deal to join New York City.
Domenico Berardi’s agent says Juventus want the forward ‘at any cost’, but won’t go to a blind auction with Sassuolo.
The agent of Inter target Martin Montoya admits his client could leave Barcelona, and claims ‘many clubs have made offers’.
Samuel Eto’o is reportedly to leave Sampdoria for Turkish side Antalyaspor, just six months after arriving from Everton.
Jackson Martinez’s agent says a move to Milan is ‘not completely closed’, echoing his client’s sentiments.
Catania President Antonino Pulvirenti admits he’s considering his position, but affirms his ‘complete innocence’ in a match-fixing scandal.
Antonella Paglialunga, director of Italian special branch Digos, has explained the inner workings of the Catania match-fixing scandal, labelled ‘Goal Trains’.