NEWS

Paulo Vitor Barreto has warned Torino of the pitfalls European football could hide for the club, both directly and indirectly.
Seydou Keita has taken to Twitter to explain the issue with Real Madrid’s Pepe, whilst apologising for his attitude.
Jose Callejon has reiterated his contentment to stay at Napoli and listed the club’s main objective next season as the Scudetto.
Arturo Vidal’s agent is seen by the British Press as ‘working around the clock’ to organise a move from Juventus to Manchester United.
Arrigo Sacchi has left his role as technical coordinator of youth at international level with Italy, citing struggles in dealing with stress.
Renzo Ulivieri has labelled Carlo Tavecchio as inadequate to serve as the next President of the Italian Football Federation.
Adriano Galliani says he and everyone at Milan is convinced that the club will do well in the coming season.
Reports in Italy reiterate that Napoli are indeed talking with Manchester United over a proposed move for Marouane Fellaini.
Inter are understood to be talking with Southampton this week over a proposed deal to take striker Dani Osvaldo.
Philippe Mexes says losing 3-0 to Olympiacos and 5-1 to Manchester City shows that Milan ‘need to wake up’.
Erick Thohir hopes that Walter Mazzarri’s fighting spirit is transmitted to Inter’s players this term, whilst he reflects on having ‘two children’.
Philippe Mexes has looked to assure Milan fans that despite a poor pre-season so far, the club under Pippo Inzaghi are ‘on track’.
Erick Thohir has explained that he would rather sign players useful to Inter’s project than big names that could ‘cast shadows’.
Erick Thohir is encouraged by the directors he now has in place at Inter, but refuses to move beyond Europa League qualification as a season objective.
Francesco Totti is encouraged by Roma’s pre-season signs and asserts that the club must challenge for the Scudetto this season.
Rudi Garcia dismissed the significance of beating Real Madrid and asserted that next season’s priority for Roma is finishing on top in Serie A.
A cool finish from Francesco Totti saw Roma run out 1-0 victors over Real Madrid in the International Champions Cup.
Walter Mazzarri was encouraged by Inter’s attitude shown in their penalty shoot-out defeat to Manchester United.
Inter held Manchester United to a goalless draw in Washington overnight, but were ultimately defeated on penalties.
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Juventus striker Carlos Tevez broke his silence on the kidnapping ordeal. “My father is well, healthy and safe.”
Sky Sport Italia claim Inter are on the verge of exchanging Saphir Taider for Southampton’s Daniel Osvaldo.
Vincenzo Montella confirmed Giuseppe Rossi will make his pre-season debut for Fiorentina against Palmeiras.
Lega Serie B President Andrea Abodi insists under-fire Carlo Tavecchio “represents the new” in the FIGC.
Juventus have already named their starting XI against Cesena tomorrow, including Andrea Pirlo and Stephan Lichtsteiner.
It’s reported Cardiff City man Gary Medel rejected Galatasaray, Valencia and Hamburg, as he only wants Inter.
Torino have left behind Alessio Cerci and Fabio Quagliarella for their Europa League trip to Brommapojkarna.
Carlos Tevez has returned to Turin after his father was freed by kidnappers in Argentina, but won’t play Cesena-Juventus.
There are reports from Argentina that Carlos Tevez’s father has been released by kidnappers.
Palermo chief Maurizio Zamparini thinks “the FIGC needs someone like me” and “UEFA is a mess.”
Roma have officially sold Jose Angel to Porto for free, but will receive half of any future sale.
Milan are reportedly interested in Newcastle United midfielder Hatem Ben Arfa.
Roma President James Pallotta insists Mehdi Benatia “was never on the market” and support for Carlo Tavecchio is “embarrassing.”
Argentine newspaper Clarin claims the father of Juventus star Carlos Tevez has been kidnapped.
Chievo-Juventus and Roma-Fiorentina will open the Serie A season on August 30 with Milan-Lazio on Sunday evening.

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