Vincenzo Montella was not too concerned after Fiorentina’s 0-0 draw with Verona, while Siena beat Aris Salonika and Parma and Sampdoria were also in action.
Luc Castaignos has confirmed he “signed a four-year contract” with FC Twente, handing Inter €6m.
Alessandro Del Piero wants to play on for as many as five more years, but admits “I’d be lying if I said I didn’t expect a contract renewal with Juventus.”
Milan face Chelsea in Miami tonight, but Robinho had to turn back when problems emerged with his passport.
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Lazio’s Brazilian playmaker Hernanes is a wanted man this summer, with Barcelona and Milan among the clubs interested in him, according to his agent.
Serse Cosmi has reflected on yesterday’s revelation that Siena could face a possible points penalty, but insists that his team are united as a front.
Despite struggling for playing time last year and now seeing Alessandro Gamberini join the club, Federico Fernandez will not be leaving Napoli.
Juventus are reportedly drawing up plans for if they lose Leonardo Bonucci to suspension, with Chievo defender Marco Andreolli topping their list.
The Lega Serie A has confirmed kick-off times for the 2012-13 campaign and that Weeks 1 and 2 will be strictly evening affairs.
Real Madrid Coach Jose Mourinho has admitted that he is just as uncertain as Milan over the prospect of Ricardo Kaka returning to Italy this summer.
Giuseppe Sannino believes that even if discussions over Federico Balzaretti’s future are due, the left-back wants to stay with Palermo.
Antonio Conte has named 20 players in his squad for tomorrow’s pre-season friendly against German outfit Hertha Berlin.
Sporting CP midfielder Matias Fernandez is in Florence this evening undergoing medical examinations ahead of completing a move to Fiorentina.
Valencia’s President has confirmed today that the club are in talks with Milan over a proposed move for Spanish full-back Didac Vila.
Napoli have already asked Villarreal about signing Giuseppe Rossi this summer, says his agent, who also explains how a deal might be structured.
Gabi Mudingayi has invited former Bologna teammate Gaston Ramirez to join him at Italian giants Inter.
Chievo Verona sporting director Giovanni Sartori wouldn’t be surprised if Marco Andreolli replaces a Juventus-bound Andrea Ranocchia at Inter.
Didac Vila will play his football at Valencia next season after an agreement was reached with Milan, reports AS.
Torino have extended the contract of Valerio Di Cesare, a defender with a past at Chelsea.
Morgan De Sanctis will soon put pen to paper on a new contract with Serie A giants Napoli.
Japanese outfit Cerezo Osaka have announced the capture of former Serie A midfielder Fabio Simplicio.
Newly promoted Pescara say they have already completed their objective of replacing Marco Verratti in the side.
Sky Sport Italia are reporting that Inter and Twente have agreed a deal for the transfer of Luc Castaignos.
Palermo are ready to sell Federico Balzaretti to Napoli, but only if the player accepts a switch to the Stadio San Paolo.
Napoli forward Lorenzo Insigne has underlined the importance of Zdenek Zeman on his career to date.
Palermo captain Fabrizio Miccoli has vented his frustration at not yet being offered a contract extension by the club.
Julio Cesar and Giampaolo Pazzini have been omitted from Inter’s Europa League qualifying round squad.
Udinese boss Francesco Guidolin isn’t looking forward to the start of the season following the unveiling of the Serie A fixtures.
New Sampdoria boss Ciro Ferrara is looking forward to the challenge of facing Milan in Week 1 of the new Serie A season.
Another transfer saga is close to completion after Juventus confirmed that Paul Pogba is having his medical on Friday.
Inter have refused to rule out the possibility of a swap deal with Juventus concerning Giampaolo Pazzini and Fabio Quagliarella.
Italian Under-21 boss Devis Mangia says he’ll have no problem in selecting Fabio Borini and Mattia Destro – if Cesare Prandelli doesn’t call them up them first.
Inter boss Andrea Stramaccioni seems happy with the Serie A fixtures, but he insists that the focus right now is on the Europa League.
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi is expecting some big performances from new signing Ciro Immobile this season.