NEWS

Roberto Pereyra’s agent claims that Juventus, Roma and Atletico Madrid are all interested in signing the player.
Departing Inter player Diego Milito has appeared on the club’s official television station to bid his final farewell to San Siro fans.
Didier Drogba has opened the door to joining Juventus next season, admitting that he wants to play in the Champions League.
Richmond Boakye has revealed his determination to stay at Juventus at fight for a starting place next season.
Roberto Donadoni has confirmed that his future will be decided by mid-June at the latest.
Dries Mertens is urging his Belgium teammates to focus on their first World Cup game against Algeria on June 17.
Paulinho’s agent is ’95 per cent’ certain his client will leave Livorno and join a team abroad.
Aurelio De Laurentiis has admitted that he has spoken with Rafa Benitez about a number of transfer targets.
Antonio Candreva is a transfer target for Paris Saint-Germain, according to reports in the Italian Press.
Stephan El Shaarawy has reflected on his difficult season, but insists that he wants to stay at Milan.
Stefano Colantuono looks set to sign a contract extension at Atalanta that will keep him in Bergamo until 2017.
Erik Lamela’s father has admitted that Inter did make a move for his son, but doesn’t know what the future holds.
Unai Emery continues to be linked with a move to Milan, with Sky Sport Italia insisting that the Coach will wait until Tuesday to decide.
Paulo Henrique Ganso’s agent has insisted that he has never spoken to Napoli about his client.
Riccardo Montolivo has outlined the difficult group Italy have at the World Cup and the importance therefore of starting well.
Inter have reportedly reached an agreement in principle with midfielder Valon Behrami to sign him this summer from Napoli.
Stephan Lichtsteiner has outlined his ‘priority is Juventus’ with regards to a new contract, as he builds up Paul Pogba’s ability.
Antonio Conte’s key objective is for Juventus to sign an attacking winger, namely Alexis Sanchez, so as to open up the possibility of a formation change.
Chievo’s sporting director has backed Michael Agazzi to succeed at Milan and confirmed the club want to keep Alberto Paloschi.
Juventus’ negotiations with Lazio over a move for Senad Lulic have reportedly stalled over disparity in the player’s valuation.
The agent for Amauri and Gianni Munari has assured that the duo do not intend to leave Parma this summer.
Milan are expected to today meet with Valencia officials to begin negotiations for Adil Rami at a reduced price.
Sevilla’s sporting director Monchi has denied Milan’s links to Unai Emery: “He has renewed with Sevilla, even before the Europa League Final.”
Football Italia’s 2013-14 review concludes with the Coach of the Season and Player of the Season awards.
Mehdi Benatia says he is uncertain of contract renewal talks and, whilst happy at Roma, hinted he may consider ‘big offers’ from elsewhere.
Maurizio Pellegrino has warned Catania that they won’t have an easy time of it next year in Serie B and they will need to show determination.
Arrigo Sacchi has pointed out the contrast between Italy’s clubs in European competition and the national team, and hopes Euro 2012 is a good omen.
Luis Suarez posted a message of thanks after undergoing knee surgery and promised to ‘work hard’ to return in time for the World Cup.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
TV presenter Alessandro Cecchi Paone claims there are gay players in Italy’s 30-man provisional World Cup squad.
Sky Sport Italia claim Milan have contacted Sevilla Coach Unai Emery as a replacement for Clarence Seedorf.
Sassuolo announced Eusebio Di Francesco signed on until 2016 and Francesco Acerbi has beaten cancer again.
Marco Materazzi said his “conscience is clear” on the Zinedine Zidane 2006 World Cup Final head-butt.
It’s reported the Italian Super Cup between Juventus and Napoli will be hosted by Qatar in December.
“I will stay at Sassuolo for another year,” declared Domenico Berardi, who is co-owned by Juventus.

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