Kyle Lafferty’s agent has insisted that the striker’s proposed move away from Palermo is not because of a falling out with Beppe Iachini.
Giacomo Bonaventura’s agent has revealed that Fiorentina’s interest in his client is ‘real’.
Sport Mediaset report this afternoon that Roberto Mancini is the favourite to succeed Cesare Prandelli as Italian national team Coach.
Erick Thohir believes that the future of Italian football is a bright one, with more foreign investors getting involved.
Manchester United winger Nani has admitted that he knows several sides are interested in his services this summer.
Mattia Perin has insisted that he will stay at Genoa, despite constant links of a move away.
Diego Maradona has offered his support to Luis Suarez and hit out at FIFA: “They might as well handcuff him and throw him in Guantanamo.”
Davide Astori is expected next week to make clear to Cagliari his intentions, amid continued interest from Lazio.
Juventus are reportedly on the trail of Sampdoria defender Shkodran Mustafi and have already presented a first offer.
Juventus reportedly have agreement with Juan Manuel Iturbe and now face an apparently key meeting with Verona today.
Paulo Henrique Ganso holds hope of Sao Paulo agreeing a deal to take Milan’s Ricky Kaka this summer.
Giorgio Chiellini has called Luis Suarez’s four month ban received from FIFA for biting him at the 2014 World Cup ‘excessive’.
Speculation is that Roberto Baggio could be a surprise name in contention to replace Cesare Prandelli as Italy Coach.
Piero Ausilio updates on talks for Yann M’Vila, rules out a number of midfield targets and lists what sort of striker Inter are after.
Sporting director Piero Ausilio says there is ‘no problem’ between Inter and Walter Mazzarri over proposed contract talks.
Ricky Kaka is reportedly having second thoughts about leaving Milan this summer, holding up their plans in the transfer market.
The fallout from Luis Suarez’s bite on Giorgio Chiellini continues, as a poker firm drop their sponsorship deal with the Uruguay man.
Mino Raiola has urged Barbara Berlusconi to call him if she believes Mario Balotelli is not irreplaceable at Milan.
Mario Balotelli’s agent has hit out at the state of Italian football and says it is ‘shameful to only blame’ his client.
Today's front-page headlines from Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Marc Wilmots assured Belgium are “on track” for their Round of 16 meeting with USA, despite a red card.
Algeria made history by reaching the Last 16 of the World Cup and Coach Vahid Halilhodzic is “very, very proud.”
South Korea Coach Hong Myung-Bo “will decider later on” whether he’ll quit after an early World Cup exit.
Fabio Capello blamed the referee for Russia’s World Cup exit. “I don’t know why all the officials are against us.”
The World Cup Round of 16 schedule is now complete with Brazil-Chile, France-Nigeria and Colombia-Uruguay among highlights.
Despite playing the entire second half with 10 men, Belgium still beat South Korea 1-0 and will face USA in the Last 16.
Algeria shocked Russia with a 1-1 draw, sending them through to the Round of 16 for the first time ever against Germany.
Ciro Immobile admits “we all could’ve done more” at the World Cup and must “follow the advice” of team elders.
Fiorentina patron Andrea Della Valle confirmed their “first objective” is to keep Colombia star Juan Cuadrado.
Jurgen Klinsmann said the USA proved their critics wrong by qualifiying for the Round of 16 and won’t stop now.
Portugal Coach Paulo Bento tried to take the heat off Cristiano Ronaldo and Pepe after World Cup elimination.
Cristiano Ronaldo couldn’t hide his frustration after Portugal went out of the World Cup. “We fell short.”
Germany boss Joachim Low complimented USA Coach Jurgen Klinsmann after both sides progressed to the Last 16.
There are reports Mario Balotelli “apologised” to Cesare Prandelli for his behaviour on the flight home.
Belgium have already qualified for the Round of 16 and give Manchester United prodigy Adnan Januzaj his first start.