NEWS

Ahead of his impending move to Juventus, Alvaro Morata says he is ‘very happy’ to be joining the Old Lady from Real Madrid.
Marco Verratti won’t leave Paris Saint-Germain this summer, with his agent meeting to discuss a contract extension.
Roma sporting director Walter Sabatini is set to meet Xherdan Shaqiri’s agent to establish whether the playmaker would be interested in a move.
Italy legend Toto Schillaci has claimed that he would accept any role given to him at Palermo.
Atletico Madrid have emerged as new favourites to sign Juan Iturbe, with reports that the Spanish side are set to outbid Juventus.
Adil Rami will keep his options open with negotiations between Valencia and Milan seemingly stalling.
Roma and Milan legend Cafu has bemoaned Brazil’s humiliation at the hands of Germany on Tuesday evening.
Milan return to training today to start preparations for the new season, but Stephan El Shaarawy has already begun work.
Napoli are chasing Lucas Leiva, but the Partenopei are split as to whether to offer a loan or buy him outright.
Rumours continue to gather pace that Arturo Vidal will join Manchester United this summer, with talks between the two clubs set for this week.
Lionel Messi has insisted that Argentina are a great side even without his presence in the team.
Roma boss Rudi Garcia has tried to diffuse the situation between the club and Mehdi Benatia, according to reports.
Juan Cuadrado has insisted that he is in the dark regarding his future, amidst rumours that a move to Barcelona is not far off.
Today's front-page headlines from Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Alejandro Sabella insists Argentina “have already won” regardless of their World Cup semi-final result with Holland.
Toni Kroos reveals Germany pounced when they noticed Brazil “were a bit hesitant” and took advantage.
Germany Coach Joachim Low sympathised with Brazil, remembering how he felt when losing to Italy in 2006.
Italian and Spanish media report Juventus have agreed a €22m deal with Real Madrid for Alvaro Morata.
Thomas Muller was astounded by the “totally crazy” 7-1 victory over Brazil that put Germany in the World Cup Final.
Luiz Felipe Scolari took responsibility for the “catastrophic result” as hosts Brazil lost 7-1 to Germany.
German hitman Miroslav Klose admits he “can’t grasp what happened” after setting a new World Cup record.
David Luiz could not hold back floods of tears as he apologised to “all Brazilians” after their German nightmare.
Julio Cesar confessed Brazil’s 7-1 defeat to Germany was “like trying to explain something inexplicable. Nobody expected this.”
Miroslav Klose set one of several extraordinary World Cup records when Germany crushed Brazil 7-1.
Germany humiliated Brazil 7-1 in an historic semi-final football lesson, including Miroslav Klose’s 16th World Cup strike.
Mirko Vucinic sent a goodbye message to Juventus fans for the “indelible emotions” after his move to Al Jazira.
It’s reported Napoli have received the all-clear to play their Champions League preliminary round at the San Paolo.
Louis Van Gaal has “a plan” on how the Netherlands can neutralise Leo Messi and Argentina in the World Cup semi-final.
The World Cup semi-finals begin tonight as hosts Brazil try to win without Neymar against Miroslav Klose’s Germany.
Robin Van Persie is a serious doubt for the Argentina-Netherlands semi-final with a stomach bug, confirmed Louis Van Gaal.
Jose Altafini insists Juan Camilo Zuniga “can’t say he didn’t hit Neymar on purpose” after new footage emerged.
Roma have reportedly turned their attention to €20m-rated Bayern Munich and Switzerland starlet Xherdan Shaqiri.
Neymar said he’s “one of 200m Brazil fans” watching tonight’s semi-final with Germany and hinted he’ll be there for the Final.
It’s reported Genoa have agreed to take Alessandro Matri on loan from Milan, but Sime Vrsaljko remains in the balance.
Roma have officially sent Brazilian full-back Dodo to Inter on a two-year loan, but is effectively a purchase for €9m.

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