NEWS

Porto are expected to buy Pescara’s Colombian talent Juan Fernando Quintero for €10m plus bonuses.
Inter President Massimo Moratti confirms he’ll meet Erick Thohir next week, but “we are a long way off completing the deal.”
Gigi Buffon faces Uruguay in the Confederations Cup today and warns “being a goalkeeper in Italy is the hardest thing in the world.”
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is thought to have placed Stephan El Shaarawy on his wish-list after problems with Milan.
Roma have reportedly joined Inter in chasing £12m-rated Manchester City defender Micah Richards.
Napoli are reportedly close to signing Real Madrid wide man Jose Maria Callejon and planning a trip to Spain.
Keisuke Honda is also wanted by Everton, but Milan hope to make the most of a CSKA Moscow delay.
New Juventus signing Carlos Tevez admits he “used to be a hot-head, but I’ve learned how to behave. I am simply honest.”
French newspapers claim Fiorentina have a deal for Olympique Lyonnais forward Bafetimbi Gomis.
Milan took out a full-page ad in La Gazzetta dello Sport to salute Massimo Ambrosini’s departure after 17 years.
Mario Gomez is reportedly close to joining Fiorentina after he left the Bayern Munich training camp early.
Edinson Cavani vented his frustration as “anything I say gets misinterpreted,” but there are reports he could renew his Napoli contract.
Flamengo confirmed they are tracking Roma defender Leandro Castan. “We are evaluating his situation.”
Indonesian magnate Erick Thohir is due to buy 40 per cent of Inter, but Gianfelice Facchetti warns “you need respect for the club.”
Massimo Ambrosini is on the verge of joining Fiorentina, confirmed his agent. “We’re just waiting for the call.”
Uruguay Coach Oscar Washington Tabarez says Italy’s real Man of the Match is Cesare Prandelli. “We’ll see what he’s prepared for us.”
Mattia De Sciglio should start against Uruguay today and is confident the Confederations Cup “gave me valuable experience.”
Luis Suarez warns Uruguay have extra motivation to beat Italy in today’s Confederations Cup third place play-off.
Italy have a plethora of injuries ahead of today’s Confederations Cup match with Uruguay, including some late additions.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Edinson Cavani admits the constant transfer speculation “is disturbing me” ahead of Uruguay’s match with Italy.
Uruguay Coach Oscar Washington Tabarez thinks “anything could happen” in the Confederations Cup clash with Italy.
Cesare Prandelli “admires Uruguay’s spirit” and concedes Italy have an injury crisis for Sunday’s Confederations Cup third place final.
Fernando Llorente will be in Turin on Monday for his medical, then hold a Press conference at the Juventus Stadium.
Leonardo Bonucci admits “it’ll be difficult to forget” his penalty miss against Spain, but it “triggered something in me.”
Mario Yepes confirmed he is leaving Milan “by mutual consent” and is likely to return to Colombia.
Udinese have officially signed Paraguayan forward Carlos Javier Acuna Caballero, who will join Watford on loan.
Former Inter, Fiorentina and Roma striker Adriano is without a team and his former agent has said: “I fear for his life.”
Milan risk losing out on Keisuke Honda, as they are hesitating and Everton prepare to swoop for the CSKA Moscow star.
Italy Under-21 defender Giulio Donati criticised Inter and other Serie A clubs for not having “faith” in young Italian players.
Milan chief Adriano Galliani confirms he’ll meet Stephan El Shaarawy on Tuesday and believes Italy would’ve beaten Spain with Mario Balotelli.
Andrea Pirlo is short-listed for the Confederations Cup Golden Ball along with Neymar, Paulinho, Andres Iniesta, Sergio Ramos and Luis Suarez.
As expected, Santos goalkeeper Rafael is ready to complete his €5m move to Napoli “imminently.”
Graziano Pellè “really hopes to be in Brazil next year” for the World Cup with Italy after scoring 27 goals for Feyenoord this season.
Livorno “are very close to an agreement” with Inter for young starlets Francesco Bardi and Marco Benassi.

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