NEWS

Mario Balotelli predicts Italy will go on and win Euro 2016, after beating Spain yesterday.
Reports suggest Vincenzo Montella has agreed a two-year contract with Milan worth €2.3m per season.
Roma are reportedly closing in on a €3m deal for Manchester City defender Pablo Zabaleta.
Ciro Immobile’s agent notes the striker “has never hidden his dream to wear the Napoli shirt”.
Gianluca Lapadula chose Milan after assurances “he’ll play an important role”, according to his agent.
Gabriel Jesus’ agent is pleased to hear of Inter interest, but “we haven’t had contact”.
Vincenzo Montella’s agent has left Casa Milan, and an announcement could arrive this afternoon.
Mattia De Sciglio’s agent says “it would not be possible” for the Milan full-back to reject Napoli.
It’s reported Silvio Berlusconi has agreed a deal to sell 80 per cent of Milan to a Chinese group.
Inter President Erick Thohir confirms “we’re in talks for Domenico Berardi and Antonio Candreva”.
Genoa have officially confirmed former Crotone man Ivan Juric as their new Coach.
Zhang Jindong, the new Inter owner, says they are targeting “the Scudetto and Europa League” next season.
Inter's new board of directors has been nominated, and Michael Bolingbroke is confirmed as CEO: 'We'll expand Inter's brand, fandom and revenues'.
President Erick Thohir announces a 'five-year investment plan' laid out together with Suning to return Inter to her glories.
Inter have officially ratified the sale of the club to the new Chinese ownership and nominated their new board of directors.
Torino have a deal in place with Roma to sign Iago Falque, but Adem Ljajic's salary remains a problem.
Milan and Sampdoria had a new contact yesterday night as Vincenzo Montella seems very close to a move.
Italian referee Nicola Rizzoli is in pole to oversee the final, provided that Italy themselves don't play in it.
Daniele De Rossi's fitness conditions worry Coach Antonio Conte as Thiago Motta is suspended against Germany.
New signing Dani Alves pays his respects to his new Juventus teammates Paul Pogba and Paulo Dybala: 'I'm here to help them'.
Dani Alves is 'not sure what Juventus are missing to win the Champions League', but appreciates 'they chose me because I'm worth it'.
Dani Alves wants to 'be part of the great history of Juventus' and contribute to their 'collective dream, the Champions League'.
Coach Antonio Conte's Italy is being showered with praise after the 2-0 win over Spain, including by Serie A's own tacticians.
Italy's great absent champions Mario Balotelli, Andrea Pirlo and Claudio Marchisio applaud Italy on social media after the 2-0 victory over Spain.
Spain's right-back Juanfran admits 'Italy were better than us' but thinks 'it would've been fairer if we drew and went into extra time'.
Italian Federation president Carlo Tavecchio says Italy's next rivals 'are Germany, and they intimidate anyone, but so do we.'
Carlo Tavecchio praises Italy teamwork in spite of the 'dearth of talents' after they beat Spain 2-0.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Italy will face Germany in the Euro 2016 quarter-finals, along with Poland-Portugal, Wales-Belgium and France-Iceland.
England opened the scoring after four minutes, but were sent crashing out of Euro 2016 by fairy-tale minnows Iceland.
Germany Coach Joachim Löw said the quarter-final with Italy is “between the two teams who played the best football at Euro 2016.”
Crystal Palace have reportedly agreed a €38m transfer fee with Marseille for Juventus transfer target Michy Batshuayi.
Gigi Buffon warns it will be very tough in the quarter-final against Germany, but Italy “were vastly underrated” with Spain.
Italy came away with an exceptional win, finally beating Spain after 22 years. Edo Dalmonte rates the Azzurri heroes.
Vicente Del Bosque confessed “Italy were the better team and I wish them the best,” but it’s not the end of an era for Spain.

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