Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba classes Andrea Pirlo and Paul Scholes as the two main idols of his career so far.
Cagliari legend Gigi Riva has praised the club’s new President Tommaso Giulini, saying he has transformed the feeling at the club.
Former Brazil striker Ronaldo has reflected on Italy’s short World Cup campaign and says Mario Balotelli isn’t the only one to blame.
The Corriere della Sera suggest Orlando City are interested in signing a second Brazilian from Milan this summer - Robinho.
Al Jazira have confirmed they have completed a deal to sign Juventus’ Mirko Vucinic, handing the striker a three-year contract.
Inter are reportedly considering making new signing Nemanja Vidic club captain, but it could be to the detriment of Andrea Ranocchia.
Juventus reportedly have personal terms agreed with Patrice Evra, whilst his agent arrives in Brazil to work out a possible move from Manchester United.
Napoli are seen as struggling to compete with Arsenal for Morgan Schneiderlin and apparently have eyes set on Toby Alderweireld.
La Stampa believe that Milan and Valencia remain €1.5m apart in negotiations for the transfer of Adil Rami.
Juventus have bought Luca Marrone outright from Sassuolo and in exchange sold to them Federico Peluso.
Manchester City are seen as ‘reflecting’ on Roma’s apparent demands in negotiations for Mehdi Benatia.
David Pizarro is reportedly ready to commit to a new contract with Fiorentina, to end speculation of an exit.
Alessandro Matri says his first option is to stay at Milan this summer, but he will ‘consider all possibilities’ if he is down the pecking order.
Fiorentina have lined up a series of warm-up friendlies to begin preseason training with, starting on Saturday July 12.
Milan have released a statement denying that they have had any influence on words said by players and staff against Clarence Seedorf.
Clarence Seedorf’s agent has hit out at Milan for a series of quotes aimed against her client, questioning the club’s role in this.
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Milan President Silvio Berlusconi is reported to have said he was on the verge of selling Mario Balotelli to an English club before the World Cup.
Domenico Berardi’s agent says there is absolutely no doubt that his client will remain at Sassuolo next season.
New Bologna Coach Diego Lopez wants his side to win their fans back by showing enthusiasm.
Porto President Pinto Da Costa says he has not spoken to anyone at Inter regarding their pursuit of defender Rolando.
Fausto Salsano, who worked as Roberto Mancini’s assistant at Galatasaray, believes Cesare Prandelli has made a good decision to move to Turkey.
France Coach Didier Deschamps says his team do not fear Germany ahead of the World Cup quarter-final between the nations.
It has been announced that Nicola Rizzoli will referee Saturday’s World Cup quarter-final between Argentina and Belgium.
Riccardo Montolivo has wished Ricky Kaka luck at Orlando City and believes Mario Balotelli needs to take on responsibility.
Milan captain Riccardo Montolivo says the decision to sack previous Coach Clarence Seedorf was for the good of the club.
It has been announced that former Italy Coach Cesare Prandelli will take over as Galatasaray boss next Monday.
Stefano Sturaro is delighted to have signed for Juventus but insists he will give his all for Genoa next season.
Pepe Reina’s agent says his client will return to playing for Liverpool next season following his loan spell at Napoli.
The President of Galatasaray says talks with Cesare Prandelli over the Turkish club’s coaching vacancy are at an advanced stage.
The President of the Russian Football Federation says Coach Fabio Capello will remain in his post despite a poor World Cup.
Kaka has revealed that he had offers from two clubs in Mexico this summer, but preferred a switch to the MLS.
Mirko Vucinic is currently undergoing a medical at Al Jazira, and will complete his switch within the next few hours.
Eduardo Vargas will be at Napoli next season after impressing at the World Cup, his agent has insisted.
Petr Cech’s agent has sensationally snubbed a move to Serie A, insisting his client won’t go to Italy because ‘there are too many problems’.