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Today's front-page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport
Kaka has held ‘secret’ meetings with the Orlando City hierarchy in Brazil, according to reports.
Mattia Destro’s agent is confident that the striker will stay at Roma, even with a number of clubs thought to be interested.
Daniele Padelli has revealed his delight at signing a contract extension with Torino.
Unai Emery has eased Sevilla fans nerves, claiming that they can ‘rest easy’ despite links of a move to Milan.
Kwadwo Asamoah has reiterated his desire to stay at Juventus, despite rumours of interest from Arsenal.
Andrea Pirlo will sign an extension with Juventus after Italy’s friendly against Luxembourg, it has been revealed.
Swansea captain Ashley Williams is reportedly willing to let his contract expire, with Napoli thought to be interested in signing him.
Francesco Totti has revealed he will keeping on playing until he makes ‘a fool’ of himself.
Elkeson’s agent has confirmed that Inter made an initial approach to sign the striker, but are yet to table an offer.
Lorenzo Insigne’s agent believes that the Napoli striker deserves a place on the plane to Brazil.
Shokdran Mustafi has admitted that being picked for Germany’s World Cup squad would be ‘extraordinary’.
It has been confirmed that Giuseppe Biava has not been offered a new Lazio contract and will leave the club.
Mehdi Benatia’s agent is in Barcelona discussing a move to Camp Nou, reports in France have suggested.
Former Lazio and Inter striker Mauro Zarate has agreed a three-year deal with Premier League side West Ham.
Nilton’s rumoured move to Inter is off, Cruzeiro’s general manager has confirmed this afternoon.
Paolo Di Canio would consider taking the reins at Scottish club Celtic, it has been revealed this afternoon.
Italian national team boss Cesare Prandell has admitted that he is yet to make his mind up on the final 23-man squad for the World Cup.
Cesare Prandelli has revealed that the players in the squad for the World Cup will be allowed to use Twitter during their time in Brazil.
Fernando Llorente believes he has adapted to life in Italy very well, but admits that he can improve ‘every aspect’ of his game.
Goran Pandev wants to stay at Napoli, says his agent, but limited game time under Rafa Benitez may force him to consider the likes of Roma.
Juventus are now Italy’s most highly valued football brand, according to a study released today, ahead of Milan and Inter.
The Corriere dello Sport suggest that Milan have decided that regardless of who is Coach next year, Mario Balotelli will be sold.
Juventus will reportedly have one from Manolo Gabbiadini and Domenico Berardi in their squad when they begin preseason training.
Erick Thohir has outlined that he has clarified ‘everything’ with Massimo Moratti, as he refuses to set Inter a target for next season before the summer market.
Edin Dzeko has dropped a hint that Serie A may be in his future: “My friend Miralem always speaks well of Roma.”
Cesare Prandelli has confirmed that he has put pen to paper on a new two-year contract, to stay on as Italy Coach until June 2016.
Marco Verratti’s agent says rumours that his client will miss out on a spot in Italy’s World Cup squad are hard to believe.
Cesare Prandelli reportedly faces World Cup picks between Giuseppe Rossi and Mattia Destro, and then Marco Parolo, Alberto Aquilani and Marco Verratti.
The Italian Football Federation has announced that June 4’s send-off in Perugia for Italy against Luxembourg is a sell-out.
Giancarlo Abete has reassured that Cesare Prandelli’s renewal is imminent, as he reflects on Italy’s hopes heading out to the World Cup.
Massimo Cellino has admitted that he may agree to sell Cagliari to the American group of investors currently in the bidding.
Milan are reportedly planning a ‘race against time’ to convince Unai Emery to join them, before he signs a new contract with Sevilla.
Italy are back today for a second week of training at Coverciano, ahead of a first World Cup warm-up fixture with the Republic of Ireland.
Erick Thohir has reflected on Walter Mazzarri’s Inter and where he feels the team need to improve, whilst staying in line with Financial Fair Play.

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