There’s a new twist in Napoli’s Michu move, as Swansea reportedly want Federico Fernandez in exchange.
Vincenzo Montella warned the Fiorentina squad “needs to be perfected, but we’ll do everything not to let the fans down.”
Louis Van Gaal feels the Netherlands can “write history” against Brazil tonight, but protested FIFA favouring the hosts.
Luiz Felipe Scolari insists Brazil must “honour the shirt” in tonight’s third place play-off against Holland.
Paul Pogba, Sergio Romero and Neymar are among the nominees for FIFA’s World Cup awards.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Inter President Erick Thohir says it will take two to three years before the club are at the level he wants them to be.
Argentina Coach Alejandro Sabella’s agent says his client will resign from his post after Sunday’s World Cup final, whatever the result.
Adil Rami has cast some doubt over his move to Milan by admitting the deal to take him to San Siro is ‘complicated.’
Italian Nicola Rizzoli has been handed the task of refereeing Sunday’s World Cup final between Germany and Argentina.
Inter sporting director Piero Ausilio has discussed the possibility of the club signing Gary Medel, Roberto Pereyra and Stevan Jovetic.
Piero Ausilio has refused to confirm Inter have signed Yann M’Vila, despite the player having already posed for photos with a Nerazzurri shirt.
Former Roma player Rodrigo Taddei says signing for Fiorentina this summer would be a great option for him.
Genoa Coach Gian Piero Gasperini says he is pleased with his club’s signing of Alessandro Matri on an initial loan deal.
Roma have confirmed they have signed Urby Emanuelson on what is an initial one-year contract.
It is reported that Valencia now want Milan’s proposed fee of €4.25m for Adil Rami to be paid in one instalment.
Alberto Gilardino has revealed his disappointment at not having at least received a phone call from Cesare Prandelli to tell him of his World Cup omission.
Fiorentina captain Manuel Pasqual believes the Della Valle brothers’ criticism of Cesare Prandelli is harsh, but understandable.
Simone Scuffet could be Thibaut Courtois’ long-term replacement at Atletico Madrid, but may be loaned to Granada first.
Inter’s move for Yann M’Vila looks to finally be near completion, with reports suggesting that Rubin Kazan have agreed to sell.
Thomas Muller can’t wait for Sunday’s World Cup final against Argentina at the ‘sacred’ Maracana.
Andrea Mandorlini has conceded that it will be ‘difficult’ to replace Juan Iturbe, with the youngster set for a move away.
Shkodran Mustafi believes that Italy has made him ‘a complete defender’ and was shocked to be in the Germany World Cup squad.
Reports in the British Press claim that Paul Pogba could be a transfer target for Chelsea, with the midfielder being spotted in London.
Inter defender Juan Jesus has conceded that he ‘feels the fans backing’ after his long-term injury spell last term.
Aurelio De Laurentiis has admitted that he is ‘optimistic’ about the new season, especially with Rafa Benitez in charge.
Aurelio De Laurentiis has tried to calm fans nerves that Napoli have only signed one player so far this summer.
Adriano Galliani has welcomed Michael Agazzi and Michelangelo Albertazzi to Milan, insisting that both will be a success.
Michelangelo Albertazzi is back at Milan and admits that it is ‘an honour’ to be recalled by the Rossoneri.
Michael Agazzi is ‘determined’ to do well at Milan following his move from Chievo, and will ‘give everything’ for his new club.
Jeremy Menez has described the ‘important moment’ joining Milan is, and promises to show he is ‘improved and matured’ from his Roma days.
Adriano Galliani believes Jeremy Menez brings ‘talent and imagination’ to Milan, as he outlines the club’s further plans in the transfer market.
Alex has been presented to the media as a Milan player today and reflected on his ambition, as well as now working alongside former opponent Pippo Inzaghi.
Adriano Galliani has introduced Alex to the media as ‘a major signing’ for Milan, and says that they beat a lot of competition for his signature.
Marcello Nicchi believes that former Serie A referee Pierluigi Collina has the credentials to stand for the role of FIGC President.