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Inter President Erick Thohir has stressed the need for his side to be able to deploy more than one formation.
The FIGC has announced it will hold a summit this Friday, with ‘vanishing spray’ on the agenda among other things.
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis insists his side will be ready for the start of the new season but would not discuss prospective signing Michu.
Ashley Cole says the promise of Champions League football and the indications of an ambitious club convinced him to join Roma.
Borja Valero has confirmed that he has extended his contract at Fiorentina, committing to the club ‘for another five years’.
Maurizio Zamparini says he can’t see why Palermo cannot aim to qualify for European competition next season.
Juventus reportedly do not expect Antonio Conte to win the Champions League next term, with a real assault planned for 2015-16.
Arturo Vidal concedes Manchester United are ‘one of the biggest clubs in the world’, but says he is happy at Juventus.
The Gazzetta dello Sport report that Milan under Pippo Inzaghi could attempt to resemble in playing style World Cup winners Germany.
Miralem Pjanic has reflected on Rudi Garcia’s impact at Roma and asserted the target in the Champions League for next term.
Manchester United’s apparent interest in Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal is reportedly on the verge of ending.
Juventus have reportedly rejected an offer from Paris Saint-Germain for Stephan Lichtsteiner and will commit him to a new contract.
The Brazilian Football Confederation has confirmed that it has received and accepted Brazil Coach Luiz Felipe Scolari’s resignation.
Walter Samuel has reportedly turned down Sampdoria’s advances and will most likely end his career outside of Italy.
Dejan Stankovic has compared Inter's Nemanja Vidic to Braveheart, and explained his decision to move into coaching at Udinese.
Erick Thohir has explained his intention to base Inter’s squad make-up on age and his hope for a tactically flexible team next year.
Lazio are reportedly closing in on both Davide Astori and Stefan de Vrij, but there remains work to do in the respective deals.
Monaco have been listed as another side in the chase this summer for Torino forward Alessio Cerci.
Roma’s players are reporting in on Tuesday for the start of their preseason work at Trigoria, before a tour of the United States.
Yann M’Vila’s move from Rubin Kazan to Inter could be announced very soon, as he joins the Nerazzurri for preseason.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Verona have this evening confirmed they have signed midfielder Romulo outright from Fiorentina.
FIFA President Sepp Blatter says he was not responsible for the decision to give Lionel Messi the World Cup Golden Ball award.
Stefan De Vrij says he is flattered by interest being shown in him by the likes of Lazio.
The son of former Livorno Coach Davide Nicola has died this afternoon following a tragic road collision.
Milan’s Cristian Zapata says his performances at the World Cup have silenced his critics and shown he is an excellent player.
Genoa Coach Gian Piero Gasperini admits his side will need to sign another forward before the start of the season.
Torino’s Omar El Kaddouri says his side have no fixed targets for the season ahead.
Jose Mourinho has come to the defence of Lionel Messi, insisting you don’t have to win the World Cup to be a great.
Juventus’ Fernando Llorente says the fact Coach Antonio Conte has only a year left on his contract will have no influence on the Old Lady.
Fernando Llorente has not ruled out the possibility of Juventus switching to a 4-3-3 formation this season.
Fernando Llorente says he began pre-season training before the rest of the Juventus squad because he needs more time to gain fitness.
Italy are set to drop to 14th in the newest edition of the FIFA World Rankings, which will be published on Thursday.
Diego Maradona says he does not agree with FIFA’s decision to award Lionel Messi the World Cup Golden Ball.
Juventus forward Fernando Llorente says confirming their supremacy in Serie A will remain the Old Lady’s priority this season.

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