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Massimo Ferrero has “zero” concerns that Sampdoria will be thrown out of Europe, letting Inter through instead.
Barcelona full-back Martin Montoya’s agent confirmed “Inter would be a welcome destination.”
Maurizio Sarri has taken his first tour of Napoli’s training ground. “It’s amply suited to our needs.”
Cagliari confirmed there is a deal in place for Danilo Avelar to Torino in part-exchange for Antonio Barreca.
Mirko Valdifiori is excited about Empoli and Napoli transfer talks. “I hope for this step up in my career.”
Jonathan Calleri’s agent confirms Palermo “offered €8m plus €2m bonuses” for the Boca Juniors striker.
Cagliari assured Roma they “will find a solution” to the Radja Nainggolan saga, as they don’t want a blind auction either.
Roma have reportedly approached Manchester City for Edin Dzeko, offering Adem Ljajic as part of the deal.
Croatia’s government condemned the swastika drawn on to the pitch during their Euro 2016 qualifier with Italy.
PSG “want to keep Zlatan Ibrahimovic,” insisted President Nasser Al-Khelaifi, but Milan await Monday’s meeting.
Lorenzo De Silvestri tore both the anterior cruciate ligament and external meniscus in his right knee during Croatia-Italy.
New Real Madrid boss Rafa Benitez has reportedly requested Juventus duo Arturo Vidal and Leonardo Bonucci.
Radja Nainggolan said he “wants to stay at Roma, but they have to get on with it” amid Juventus, PSG and Manchester United interest.
Napoli reportedly turned down a €15m Chelsea offer for Algeria international Faouzi Ghoulam.
If Carlos Tevez does return to Boca Juniors, Juventus will get one from Mario Mandzukic, Robin van Persie, Edinson Cavani and Radamel Falcao.
There are conflicting reports over whether Ravel Morrison wants to leave Lazio before even kicking a ball to join QPR.
It’s reported a relaxation of Financial Fair Play rules would not apply to those previously penalised, such as Inter and Roma.
Croatia’s players and Coach Niko Kovac were stunned by a swastika etched into the turf for their Euro 2016 qualifier against Italy.
After Barcelona confirmed interest, Manchester City have reportedly raised their Paul Pogba offer to €82.9m.
Empoli and Napoli “will meet on Monday” for Mirko Valdifiori, announced his agent.
Mohamed Salah’s agent reveals he has “power of veto” over a Fiorentina extension and could return to Chelsea.
Stephan El Shaarawy thanked Antonio Conte for his Italy recall and welcomed Jackson Martinez to Milan.
Leonardo Bonucci felt Italy were “naïve” in their draw with Croatia. “We could’ve taken all three points.”
With Jackson Martinez in the bag, Milan President Silvio Berlusconi confirms offers for Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Geoffrey Kondogbia.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Parma have officially received paperwork and a €900,000 deposit from two groups offering to buy the club.
Croatia apologised to Italy after a swastika was mowed into the pitch. “It’s shameful for the whole country.”
Matteo Darmian points out it was “not easy” for Italy to get over the controversial Croatia goal in their 1-1 draw.
Graziano Pellè felt referee Martin Atkinson “should’ve shown common sense” in Italy’s draw with Croatia.
Lorenzo De Silvestri needs knee ligament tests, while Gigi Buffon required 10 stitches after Croatia 1-1 Italy.
Croatian FA President Davor Suker was “angry” at the presence of a swastika on the pitch against Italy.
Antonio Candreva enjoyed Italy’s new 4-3-3 system, but felt Croatia “lacked fair play” on their goal.
Andrea Pirlo assured he will “continue playing” for Italy until Euro 2016, but wouldn’t discuss his Juventus future.
Antonio Conte was impressed with Italy’s new 4-3-3 system in Croatia, but irritated at the controversial goal.
Italy impressed in a 1-1 draw away to Croatia, but Gigi Buffon parried a penalty and there was huge controversy.