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Juventus President Andrea Agnelli confirms that Coach Massimiliano Allegri has extended his contract until 2017.
Andrea Pirlo bids an emotional farewell to Juventus, as it’s announced he’s signed for MLS side New York City.
Andrea Pirlo has left Juventus for MLS side New York City, the Bianconeri have officially announced.
Empoli sporting director Marcello Carli reveals the Tuscan side rejected an offer from Napoli for Riccardo Saponara.
Sassuolo sporting director Giovanni Carnevali says they will meet teams including Napoli ‘this week’ for Sime Vrsaljko.
Alberto Aquilani claims Mohamed Salah told him ‘some time ago’ that he was unlikely to stay at Fiorentina.
Fiorentina Coach Paulo Sousa says it’s ‘pointless’ to talk about Mohamed Salah, after the winger opted to leave.
It’s reported Coach Massimiliano Allegri has agreed terms on a new contract with Juventus, running until 2017.
Mario Suarez’s agent admits ‘we’re waiting to speak to Inter’, but warns of another offer from an English Premier League club.
Shakhtar Donetsk Coach Mircea Lucescu says Milan have ‘secured a great buy’ in Luiz Adriano.
Napoli defender Faouzi Ghoulam says it’s “pleasing” to be linked with big clubs, but that he isn’t paying attention to rumours about his future.
Sampdoria sporting director Carlo Osti has revealed that Inter defender Matias Silvestre is close to signing for the Blucerchiati.
Reports say Milan are looking to launch a new bid for Roma defender Alessio Romagnoli, while Lyon’s Samuel Umtiti could be another option.
Jose Mauri says that joining Milan will be “a dream” as he prepares for his Rossoneri medical today.
Paris Saint-Germain and Monaco are reportedly preparing for a bidding war to sign young Milan talent Hachim Mastour.
Napoli have reportedly told Atletico Madrid that they will have to pay €30m to sign Jose Callejon and Faouzi Ghoulam.
Lazio defender Edson Braafheid has signed a one-year contract extension, while renewals for Stefan Radu and Stefano Mauri are reportedly close.
Italian FA President Carlo Tavecchio warns that “only five clubs” in Serie A are economically sound and sets out his vision for the future.
Inter are reportedly close to reaching an agreement with Wolfsburg for Ivan Perisic, while talks for Mario Suarez continue.
Torino President Urbano Cairo has revealed there have been “three offers” for Matteo Darmian, but says a sale must be agreed before Sunday.
Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri is reportedly set to sign a new contract, as well as Claudio Marchisio and Leonardo Bonucci.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport. 
Fiorentina released a statement pointing out Paolo Panerai’s criticism of Inter was “a personal opinion not agreed with the club.”
It’s reported Inter President Erick Thohir is in England to negotiate with Manchester City for Stevan Jovetic.
Giannelli Imbula’s father clarified it was not Inter that “made me want to throw up,” but rather their intermediaries.
Xherdan Shaqiri could be talked into accepting a move from Inter to Stoke City if he’ll be released a year later.
Fiorentina director Paolo Panerai again accused Inter of an illegal approach for Mohamed Salah and asked for “transparency.”
Philippe Mexes is out of contract with Milan and discussions for a renewal are still on-going.
Sevilla have reportedly raised their offer for Borussia Dortmund and Italy striker Ciro Immobile to €12m.
Luca Antonelli is confident his old Genoa teammate Andrea Bertolacci can “have a big impact at Milan.”
Torino right-back Bruno Peres “is ready for a big club,” said his agent, as Roma try to offer Carlos Carbonero as part of a deal.
Mauro Tassotti is staying at Milan as a talent scout for players on loan, extending his career at the club to 37 years.
After reports of interest from PSG, now Monaco are also being linked with a bid for Milan striker Hachim Mastour.
Fernando is “very happy and ready for Sampdoria” after flying in to complete his transfer from Shakhtar Donetsk.
Inter reacted to Fiorentina accusations over Mohamed Salah by threatening legal action of their own.

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