NEWS

Inter could complete the capture of Chelsea defender Wallace by the end of Monday, claims the Gazzetta dello Sport.
Fredy Guarin has underlined that results matter little in pre-season training after Inter’s 4-0 loss to Valencia.
Inter boss Walter Mazzarri isn’t concerned by a lack of results by Italian clubs in pre-season so far. “We’re working towards Serie A.”
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Kevin De Bruyne and a last-gasp Andre Schurrle goal were decisive, as Chelsea beat Milan 2-0 in an extremely tight New York game.
Inter were on the end of a heavy 4-0 defeat to Valencia in New York’s MetLife Stadium, so they’ll face Juventus in Miami on August 6.
Milan and Chelsea go head-to-head in New York for a place in the Guinness International Champions Cup Final.
The First Round of the Coppa Italia was played this weekend with Ascoli and Salernitana crashing out and Grosseto needing penalties.
Lazio could not manage more than a goalless draw against Panathinaikos in Athens this evening.
Inter take on Valencia tonight with Rodrigo Palacio and Ishak Belfodil leading the attack in the Guinness International Champions Cup.
Porto beat Napoli today, but Coach Paulo Fonseca remains “extremely confident Jackson Martinez will stay with us.”
Alessandro Del Piero is back in Italy with Sydney FC, but admits “it’s impossible to forget Juventus.”
The Lega Serie A and FIGC Presidents hope Erick Thohir’s Inter investment is “a guiding light for the future.”
Gervinho is undergoing his medical for Roma and the Arsenal man’s agent said “they’ve been after him for years.”
Fiorentina released a strongly-worded statement calling Milan’s offer for Adem Ljajic “unacceptable, late and inopportune.”
Rafa Benitez insists the defeat to Porto was “not a step back” for Napoli, as fitness levels are crucial right now.
Goran Pandev had given Napoli the lead, but defensive errors and a strong Juan Quintero performance saw Porto win 3-1.
Alberto Aquilani concedes Fiorentina are dreaming of the Scudetto, “but it’d be very difficult.”
Giorgio Chiellini feels it “would be crazy to leave Juventus now,” even for Real Madrid, as the club is really going places.
There are reports Clarence Seedorf had already signed a contract to take over as Milan Coach, but it was scrapped due to economic concerns.
Udinese confirmed they could request the Serie A Week 1 game with Lazio be postponed to Monday August 26.
Fiorentina boss Vincenzo Montella warns he is willing to drop Adem Ljajic. “I can’t play him if he’s not calm.”
Bologna have set up a friendly against Liverpool Under-21s on August 6 after their planned match with Stoke was cancelled.
Rafa Benitez shakes things up with Dries Mertens, Rafael and Juan Camilo Zuniga starting in Napoli-Porto.
Patrick Vieira is being lined up as the future Coach of Inter, according to the Sunday People.
Diego Milito has his sights set on a comeback against Juventus after his devastating injury. “I couldn’t have saved Inter, though.”
Beppe Marotta confirmed Juventus “are in the phase of removing excess players,” including two strikers.
Udinese have paid tribute to Coach Francesco Guidolin, who today marks the 40th anniversary of his football debut.
Gervinho is already in Italy for his medical to complete his €8m transfer from Arsenal to Roma. "I'm very happy, it was my dream."
Carlos Tevez admits Antonio Conte’s gruelling training regime is taking its toll at Juventus. “I haven’t worked this hard since I was at Boca Juniors.”
England are looking for a new Under-21 manager and it’s rumoured ex-Italy boss Devis Mangia is among the candidates.
Refereeing chief Stefano Braschi has warned there will be “zero tolerance” in Serie A this season for shirt-tugging and protests.
New Roma signing Tin Jedvaj has been won over by Coach Rudi Garcia. “He handles interpersonal relationships well and we all feel important.”
Milan face Chelsea tonight in New York with Mario Balotelli and Riccardo Montolivo back as Max Allegri wants “concentration and pride.”
Sampdoria won the Trofeo Riccardo Garrone after a thrilling 4-3 victory over Olympique Marseille.

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