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Jose Callejon says he had ‘other offers’ last summer to leave Real Madrid, but has no regrets in opting for Napoli.
Alex looks to have put an end to speculation linking him with a move to Milan this summer: “I think I will renew with PSG.”
Erick Thohir will reportedly take advantage of a meeting with Florentino Perez to discuss Inter’s interest in Real Madrid’s Alvaro Morata.
Today's front-page headlines from Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
There are reports Udinese striker and Colombian international Luis Muriel is top of Napoli’s transfer wish-list.
Mauro Icardi’s former teammate Shkodran Mustafi “lost all respect” for the Inter striker after his row with Maxi Lopez.
Javi Garcia’s agent insists “Inter is not a possible option,” but some English clubs have contacted Manchester City.
There are reports Juventus are in talks with Liga club Osasuna for a development deal.
Mateo Kovacic admits he was “angry” when left out for Inter, but is learning a great deal from Walter Mazzarri.
Gennaro Gattuso “gave up on many offers” after his Palermo sacking and believes he will “one day return to Milan.”
An American company confirmed it is “preparing an offer” to buy up Cagliari from Massimo Cellino, but not until at least June.
Massimo Cellino told Italian media about his Leeds spy story and his tactical advice to manager Brian McDermott.
Cesare Prandelli hopes Serie A clubs can invest more on home-grown talent and saw his contract offer as a sign for “schizophrenic” football.
Italy “will not make the same mistake as in Euro 2012” with fitness preparation, warned Cesare Prandelli.
Italy’s Code of Ethics has been criticised, but Cesare Prandelli explained the players agree with his approach.
Cesare Prandelli ruled Francesco Totti and Luca Toni out of the World Cup, praised emerging talent like Ciro Immobile and won’t pressure Giuseppe Rossi.
Torino will have to do without midfielder Migjen Basha for the next two weeks as they challenge for Europe.
The Disciplinary Commission announced the players who will be suspended for Serie A Week 34.
Italy’s 2014 World Cup theme song has been presented, including a video with players in action.
Italy Coach Cesare Prandelli has explained his reasons for not including Inter’s Jonathan in his 42-man test squad.
Giuseppe Pancaro believes the main contenders to finish in the final Europa League places are Milan, Inter and Lazio.
Juventus Coach Antonio Conte says he is sorry about the way his exchange of words Rafa Benitez has been reported in the media.
Roma’s Alessandro Florenzi says it is a dream come true to play for the club he supported as a boy.
Napoli Coach Rafa Benitez has praised the contribution of Dries Mertens to his side but says he can still improve.
Milan legend Paolo Maldini has called for the Rossoneri to invest time and patience into rebuilding the club.
Sassuolo forward Simone Zaza says he is not thinking of going to this summer’s World Cup in Brazil, admitting other players deserve it more.
The agent of Mauro Icardi has refused to rule out his client joining Atletico Madrid in the summer.
Milan stalwart Daniele Massaro believes the Rossoneri’s season could have been different had they had Stephan El Shaarawy available.
After so many superb individual performances and 38 goals over the weekend Dave Taylor found it hard to pick his best XI for Week 33.
Fiorentina have reportedly begun work with Manchester United over a permanent deal for Anderson.
Paolo Cannavaro admits that he would have chosen a different way to end his Napoli career, but holds no regrets on his time at the club.
Clarence Seedorf may have taken Milan to four consecutive wins, but the club still reportedly hold the expectation of finishing in fifth place.
Milan are reportedly interested in Granada-owned full-back Guilherme Siqueira and are considering including Alberto Paloschi in a proposed bid.
Brazil striker Fred has encouraged links with a move to Serie A and to Inter in particular: “There was an approach after the Confederations Cup.”
Cesare Prandelli has avoided direct comment on Francesco Totti and Luca Toni and revealed he already has 18 players set in his mind for the World Cup.

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