Destro to Monaco for €15m?
There are claims Roma striker Mattia Destro is on the verge of completing a €15m move to Monaco.
Report: Di Natale stays with Udinese
Antonio Di Natale has reportedly decided to stay with Udinese for another season after considering a move abroad.
Schalke or Sunderland for Astori
Roma do not seem intent on keeping Davide Astori, so Cagliari are in talks with Schalke 04 and Sunderland.
Official: Reina a Napoli player
As expected, Pepe Reina is once again a Napoli player after passing his medical. “Welcome back!”
Nainggolan message for Roma
His future is still up in the air, but Radja Nainggolan said he “hopes to do even better next year” at Roma.
FIGC investigate Catania
It’s reported that FIGC will open their own investigation into alleged match-fixing in the ‘Goal Trains’ scandal.
Rami: ‘I want Champions League’
Milan defender Adil Rami admits ‘my goal is to find a team which will allow me to play in the Champions League’.
Trapani: ‘Astonished by fixing claims’
Serie B side Trapani have released a statement saying they are ‘astonished’ to be implicated in a match-fixing scandal.
Kondogbia: ‘I want to improve’
New Inter signing Geoffrey Kondogbia thanks fans for their welcome and says Serie A will ‘make me better’.
Buffon pays Parma tribute
Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon hopes to see Parma back in Serie A ‘as soon as possible’ after bankruptcy.
Spinesi: ‘Catania’s darkest day’
Former Catania player Gionatha Spinesi says today’s match-fixing allegations are ‘the blackest page in the club’s history’.
Abodi: ‘Throw match-fixers out’
Serie B President Andrea Abodi says those allegedly involved in the ‘Goal Trains’ scandal should ‘disappear from football’.
Reina has Napoli medical
Pepe Reina has undergone his Napoli medical as expected, with an official announcement of his return imminent.
Report: Pirlo agrees New York deal
Reports in the U.S. claim Juventus midfielder Andrea Pirlo has agreed a deal to join New York City.
‘Juventus want Berardi at any cost’
Domenico Berardi’s agent says Juventus want the forward ‘at any cost’, but won’t go to a blind auction with Sassuolo.
Agent: ‘Montoya could leave Barça’
The agent of Inter target Martin Montoya admits his client could leave Barcelona, and claims ‘many clubs have made offers’.
Report: Eto’o agrees Samp departure
Samuel Eto’o is reportedly to leave Sampdoria for Turkish side Antalyaspor, just six months after arriving from Everton.
Martinez agent: ‘Milan deal not dead’
Jackson Martinez’s agent says a move to Milan is ‘not completely closed’, echoing his client’s sentiments.
Pulvirenti: ‘Completely innocent’
Catania President Antonino Pulvirenti admits he’s considering his position, but affirms his ‘complete innocence’ in a match-fixing scandal.
‘Goal Trains’ scandal explained
Antonella Paglialunga, director of Italian special branch Digos, has explained the inner workings of the Catania match-fixing scandal, labelled ‘Goal Trains’.
Five or six matches investigated
Public prosecutor Giovanni Salvi has revealed that at least five Catania matches are under investigation for match-fixing
Sousa to tempt Salah?
New Fiorentina Coach Paulo Sousa will reportedly attempt to convince Chelsea winger Mohamed Salah to extend his Viola loan today.
Abodi: ‘Quick reaction needed’
President of Serie B Andrea Abodi believes "we must react quickly" after Catania executives were arrested over alleged match-fixing today.
Roma-Nainggolan deal reached?
Reports suggest that Roma and Cagliari have agreed a deal for Radja Nainggolan which could also involve Albin Ekdal and Victor Ibarbo.
Keita agent: ‘Lazio great club'
Lazio winger Keita Balde Diao’s agent says the player is happy in Rome after rumours emerged that Inter could bid for the Spaniard.
Napoli bid for Darmian?
Napoli have reportedly made an official bid for Torino full-back Matteo Darmian and a deal could involve Duvan Zapata and Jorginho.
Catania match-fixing arrests
Seven arrest warrants have reportedly been issued to Catania executives, including their President, due to allegations of match fixing.
What the papers say...
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Thohir: ‘Welcome Kondogbia’
Inter President Erick Thohir has welcomed Geoffrey Kondogbia, as he’s set to complete a move from Monaco.
Albertini: ‘Parma will be back’
Demetrio Albertini is sure Parma can ‘roll up their sleeves and start again’ following bankruptcy.
Prade: ‘Salah will decide’
Fiorentina sporting director Daniele Prade confirms Mohamed Salah’s future is down to the player - ‘we want to keep him’.
Inter turn to Melo?
Following their capture of Geoffrey Kondogbia, it’s reported Inter have opened negotiations with Felipe Melo.
Mandzukic: ‘Always liked Juventus’
Mario Mandzukic reveals ‘from an early age I had a soft spot for Juventus’, after moving from Atletico Madrid.
Sousa: ‘Forget Juventus past’
Paulo Sousa says he wants Fiorentina fans to ‘think about me for work done in Florence’ rather than his Juventus past.
Sousa: ‘Honour Fiorentina history’
New Fiorentina Coach Paulo Sousa says he wants to ‘honour the history of this club’, as he’s officially presented.
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