NEWS

Milan have reportedly already agreed terms with Sevilla Coach Unai Emery, but face competition from Paris Saint-Germain.
Massimo Moratti and Javier Zanetti could be running Inter after Suning Group buy 68.5 per cent of the club tomorrow.
Juventus midfielder Hernanes has offers from China, above all Shanghai Shenhua and Shanghai SIPG FC.
Dani Alves reveals he is “about to finalise” the move to Juventus and left Barcelona because “it was too comfortable and I want to make history elsewhere.”
Manuel Pellegrini is the latest Coach to be linked with the Lazio job, as Cesare Prandelli still hasn’t been appointed.
Daniele De Rossi revealed why he will no longer mock Stephan El Shaarawy for the obsession with his hair. “He won Roma a derby.”
Max Allegri has reportedly given Juventus the all-clear to push for Mateo Kovacic as Real Madrid take back Alvaro Morata.
Fiorentina are interested in Atalanta midfielder Luca Cigarini and Crotone defender Gianmarco Ferrari, revealed their agent.
Inter are keeping an eye on Lanus midfielder Miguel Almiron, according to Sky Sport Italia.
Salernitana look set to remain in Serie B after winning the first leg of the relegation play-out 4-1 away to Lanciano.
Inter defender Juan Jesus is keeping his future options open at both club and international level. “I could play for Italy.”
Paris Saint-Germain are targeting Inter goalkeeper Samir Handanovic and could offer Salvatore Sirigu plus cash in return.
There are increasing reports Silvio Berlusconi is trying to back out of selling Milan to a Chinese consortium.
Yaya Toure is turning down all other options and ready to take a pay cut in order to play for Inter, claim Italian reports.
Simone Zaza called for Italy to be “like a tank” at Euro 2016, “then we’ve got the players who can turn a game.”
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Valencia are reportedly prepared to pay almost €10m for Roma forward Adem Ljajic, who will return from Inter.
Negotiator Sal Galatioto assures “there is no problem” with Milan President Silvio Berlusconi’s latest comments about China.
Zdenek Zeman explained his decision to leave Lugano and “would like a return to Serie A as long as there’s an interesting project.”
Pippo Inzaghi is reportedly on the verge of signing for newly-promoted Lega Pro side Venezia.
Diego Laxalt’s agent confirmed interest from Fiorentina, “but Genoa want at least €10m and that could rise after the Copa America.”
Zdenek Zeman could be heading back to Italy for Crotone or Pescara, as he officially leaves Swiss side FC Lugano.
The President of the Chinese Football Association announced “a Press conference on the collaboration between Inter and Suning” on Monday.
Gian Piero Gasperini terminated his contract with Genoa by mutual consent and is now free to join Atalanta.
Pierluigi Collina visited the Italy squad today to explain the new refereeing approach at Euro 2016. “It’s important we all speak the same language on the pitch.”
Cristian Zaccardo looks back on Italy’s triumphant 2006 World Cup campaign in an exclusive interview, including that own goal. “I can joke about it now.”
Cristian Zapata confirmed he is “talking about” a contract renewal with Milan. “There is optimism.”
Former Palermo Coach Walter Novellino has “proposals from outside Italy and I have learned English, so I’ll evaluate what to do.”
Radja Nainggolan confirmed there is “contact between” Roma and Chelsea, but “it would be very difficult to leave Italy after 11 years.”
Inter director Piero Ausilio discussed Yaya Toure “difficulties” and why he wouldn’t like to see Mateo Kovacic at Milan or Juventus.
Antonio Candreva has “not received any offers from Chelsea,” said his agent, “but his future depends on many things.”
Marco Parolo believes Italy will “prove people wrong” at Euro 2016 and tips birthday boy Lorenzo Insigne to be “decisive.”
Juventus will reportedly only go for Bayern Munich defender Medhi Benatia if it’s a loan with option to buy.
Cristian Zaccardo believes Francesco Totti and Giacomo Bonaventura should be at Euro 2016 in an exclusive interview.
Udinese full-back Pablo Armero insists “what is said about me isn’t true” after his arrest for domestic violence in Miami.