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Gary Medel, Mati Fernandez and Mauricio Pinilla are among Serie A players in Chile’s preliminary Copa America squad.
FIFA President Gianni Infantino is eager to appoint ex-Milan star Zvonimir Boban as a counsellor.
According to Italian papers, Sunderland must pay Inter €10.5m for Ricky Alvarez after FIFA arbitration.
Chinese buyer Jack Ma could bring Jackson Martinez to Milan for free as part of the €700m takeover bid, claim reports.
La Stampa and Gazzetta dello Sport claim Juventus and Paul Pogba will decide on his future within the next three weeks.
Walter Mazzarri is emerging as the hot favourite to replace Paulo Sousa at Fiorentina next season.
There is a division in the Roma ultras, as one group is abandoning its boycott of home games, but most others are not.
Juventus are reportedly targeting €45m-rated Real Madrid rebel James Rodriguez for their Champions League push.
Rolando Maran assures Chievo will go all out to beat Fiorentina today, although “they’ll force us to run off the ball a lot.”
There’s still plenty to play for in Serie A, starting today with Udinese-Torino and Chievo-Fiorentina, then Carpi visit champions Juventus, Lazio v Inter, Milan-Frosinone, Genoa-Roma and Napoli-Atalanta.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Crotone Coach Ivan Juric said their first ever promotion into Serie A was “the greatest feeling I’ve had in my sporting career.”
Raffaele Palladino had been on the verge of retirement, but scored the goal that put Crotone into Serie A. “It’s a unique feeling.”
Telelombardia claim Juventus have agreed terms with Valencia for Andre Gomes worth €35m plus bonuses.
Alex Sandro, Felipe Anderson and Joao Miranda are on Brazil’s preliminary Copa America squad list.
Crotone have earned promotion into Serie A for the first time in their history, becoming only the third Calabrian club in the top flight.
Dries Mertens warns he will “either renew the contract this summer or leave,” but expects great things from Napoli.
Gigi De Canio urged Udinese to make “the final push” against Torino tomorrow to secure Serie A safety.
There are reports ex-Inter director Marco Branca could be working for Diego Simeone at Atletico Madrid next season.
Roma ultras announced they will return to the Stadio Olimpico for the last game against Chievo, but will sit “in silence.”
Italian reports claim Jürgen Klopp is determined to reunite with Inter winger Ivan Perisic at Liverpool for €30m (£23.5m).
Inter and West Ham are said to be interested in Bournemouth and Ivory Coast winger Max Gradel.
Giorgio Chiellini was spotted in Istanbul, fuelling rumours of interest from Fenerbahce for the Juventus defender.
Juventus have announced they activated their option to buy Mario Lemina permanently from Olympique Marseille.
The 2016-17 Serie A season will begin on August 21 and end on May 28 with the Italian Super Cup overseas in December or January.
Matteo Darmian looks forward to Euro 2016, Antonio Conte at Chelsea and Manchester United “delaying Leicester’s party.”
Leonardo Bonucci insists Juventus fans only see a portion of what Gigi Buffon brings. “I breathe him in, the attitude of a winner.”
Leonardo Bonucci claims people only like Juventus when they are losing and targets the Champions League.
Radja Nainggolan reveals the toughest opponents he faced were Andrea Pirlo, Clarence Seedorf, Perparim Hetemaj and Dejan Stankovic.
Simone Zaza looks back on his Juventus goal that knocked Napoli down and admits “I must learn to control my emotions better.”
Leandro Paredes said his objective is “to do well at Empoli so I could return to Roma,” but Chelsea and Liverpool await.
A sneak peak of the 2016-17 Juventus Adidas shirt has emerged with wider white stripes and completely white shoulders.
Diego Perotti knows second place is difficult for Roma, but “if Napoli make a misstep we have to be ready”.
The Lega Serie A has opted not to play matches over the Christmas period next season.
Felipe Melo hits out at the Brazilian Press - “I’ve played 30 matches for Inter!”

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