NEWS

Italy team manager Lele Oriali says he sees touches of Jose Mourinho in new Azzurri boss Antonio Conte.
Paris Saint-Germain look set to tighten their grip on rising Italian midfielder Marco Verratti.
Benfica boss Jorge Jesus is delighted with his club’s signing of Milan teenager Bryan Cristante this summer.
Lorenzo Insigne has set his sights on a recall to the Italian national side after failing to make Antonio Conte’s first squad.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho would have preferred to see Fernando Torres at Inter, but wishes him the best at Milan.
Jorginho says the opening day win at Genoa has helped Napoli overcome the disappointment of their early Champions League exit.
Javier Saviola has explained that choosing Verona was ‘easy’ even if he admits he did have other offers on the table.
Pippo Inzaghi hails Milan’s work in the transfer market, but warns that the team can only approach the season game by game.
New Italy Coach Antonio Conte has spoken of the need for a change in Italian football ahead of his debut match against the Netherlands.
New Roma signing Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa has been presented to the Press and asserts: “I have a great hunger for victory.”
Lazio are set to finally offer an improved contract to Italy international midfielder Antonio Candreva, even as interest from England persists.
Sporting director Carlo Osti believes that Sampdoria will be competitive this season, as he praises the new President.
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi has shed some light on his club’s financial operations, including a wage-bill cut of around €20m.
Experienced duo Morgan De Sanctis and Maicon are also set to be offered contract extensions with Scudetto contenders Roma.
Milan are today being linked with a move in January or next summer for Liverpool’s young winger Jesus Fernandez Saez, Suso.
La Nazione have run through a possible timetable of recovery for Giuseppe Rossi, indicating he could be back in Italy within a fortnight.
Alessandro Florenzi is set to put pen to paper on a new improved contract with hometown club Roma.
Zdravko Kuzmanovic is convinced he has made the right decision in wanting to remain at Inter this season.
Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp is convinced Ciro Immobile will regularly find the net with his new club.
Roma icon Francesco Totti is today celebrating the 20th anniversary of his first goal in Serie A.
Fabio Liverani believes former club Lazio will have a season to remember despite their Week 1 loss at Milan.
Wesley Sneijder is disappointed that he won’t be facing Mario Balotelli in tonight’s Italy-Holland friendly.
Goran Pandev has criticised former club Napoli for undoing all of the good work done by previous boss Walter Mazzarri.
Daniele Padelli insists nobody was more surprised with his inclusion in the latest Italy squad than himself.
Salvatore Sirigu is looking forward to a fresh start with the Italian national side after the 2014 World Cup debacle.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Norway, who are Italy’s first Euro 2016 opponents next week, have lost a friendly 1-0 to England.
Simone Zaza and Ciro Immobile are expected to start in Italy’s 3-5-2 formation against Robin van Persie’s Holland.
Dutch Coach Guus Hiddink is “curious” to see how Antonio Conte will set out Italy in tomorrow’s friendly.
New Parma player Paolo De Ceglie is eager to “relaunch my career after some difficult years” at Juventus.
Valon Behrami reveals Napoli refused to sell him to Inter because “they didn’t want any gifts” for Walter Mazzarri.
Andrea Ranocchia knows full well he’s not an Italy mainstay. “I am here today, I could be gone tomorrow.”
Italy team manager Lele Oriali told reporters “the less we talk about Mario Balotelli, the better.”
Stephan El Shaarawy is a major doubt to feature for Italy against Holland after spraining his ankle.
Holland are without Ron Vlaar and Jordy Clasie for tomorrow’s friendly against Italy.

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