NEWS

Geoffrey Kondogbia of Inter could join Liverpool, according to Mediaset Premium.
With Sporting Director Walter Sabatini likely to exit Roma, Ariedo Braida, Andrea Berta and Sevilla director Monchi have emerged as early candidates to replace him.
Ex-Roma defenfer John Arne Riise has described what it was like to play alongside Captain Francesco Totti, comparing him with Stephen Gerrard.
Alvaro Morata told his agent to “forget it” when a proposal was put forward for him to join up with Napoli in the summer.
Martin Caceres is reportedly close to joining West Bromwich Albion despite interest from Chelsea, Milan and Inter.
Alvaro Morata has spoken about the Italy squad before the Azzurri take on Spain this Thursday.
Alvaro Morata has laughed off a suggestion that he could return to Juventus in January.
Juventus have joined Manchester United, Real Madrid, Barcelona and Bayern Munich in tracking Benfica's Alex Grimaldo.
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Paolo Maldini confirms he does “not agree with the role proposed, but I am ready to say yes if Milan present a serious project.”
Torino midfielder Samuel Gustafson admits adapting to Serie A training regimes was tough. “I felt like I was going to die!”
Inter outcast Marcelo Brozovic is on the radar of Juventus, Roma and even Milan, according to Mediaset Premium.
Paulo Dybala confirmed he is “close to a contract renewal with Juventus” and shrugged off “senseless” Barcelona speculation.
Radja Nainggolan is reportedly ready to sign a new contract with Roma that will make him one of the highest-earning players in Serie A.
Gianluigi Donnarumma “wants to learn everything” from Italy teammate Gigi Buffon and promises you won’t see him with tattoos or diamond earrings.
Alessio Romagnoli and Daniele De Rossi are expected to start in a 3-5-2 formation as Italy face Spain in a World Cup qualifier.
Former Milan star Giovanni Galli believes Gianluigi Donnarumma “will be the best goalkeeper of the next 50 years.”
Marko Pjaca will be in Turin for tests tomorrow, as Juventus hope the cracked fibula will only rule him out for 15-20 days.
Edin Dzeko was ready to leave Serie A during “a moment of difficulty, but reacted” to win over the Roma fans, reveals the Bosnian’s agent.
Lazio are reportedly set to review Stefan de Vrij’s contract for five years with a €35m release clause.
A Press conference rant from Torino Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic has gone viral with over 1.2m Facebook views.
Sergio Busquets said Spain are “out for revenge” against Italy on Thursday after the elimination from Euro 2016.
Juventus wing-back Stephan Lichtsteiner insists he has “no existential crisis, but evidently the current situation is not for me.”
Francesco Totti, Diego Armando Maradona, Ronaldinho, Hernan Crespo and Gianluca Zambrotta will take part in a charity match in Rome.
Nice Coach Lucien Favre believes Mario Balotelli “can back on top of the world. You’d have to be blind not to see how good he is.”
Piotr Zielinski praised Napoli boss Maurizio Sarri as “a great Coach” and hopes to play with Arkadiusz Milik for Poland too.
The Italian FIGC has been fined €27,000 after some fans made a Nazi salute during the Israeli national anthem at the Sammi Ofer Stadium.
Maurizio Zamparini confirmed he reached a basic agreement to sell Palermo to Chinese investors for €100m and “it’ll be finalised by Christmas.”
Simone Zaza’s father and agent insists there are “no problems” with West Ham United, and reveals his loan becomes permanent after 10 games.
Jonathan Biabiany’s agent reveals the Inter man “has offers” from Italy, France, England and China.
Venezia Coach Filippo Inzaghi believes “exceptional person” Paolo Maldini “could only do well” if he joined Milan’s board.
Reports suggest Paolo Maldini has been offered the role of technical director by Milan’s future CEO Marco Fassone.
Nikola Maksimovic claims Torino “already agreed” he could leave for Napoli, and Sinisa Mihajlovic’s comments are “his problem”.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini calls for more equitable distribution of television money to curb Juventus’ dominance.
Argentina Coach Edgardo Bauza believes Juventus forward Paulo Dybala “can play like Lionel Messi”.