NEWS

Sampdoria's Massimo Ferrero hails Marco Giampaolo for 'a great championship', bids farewell to Vincenzo Montella, and talks Antonio Cassano and Mario Balotelli.
Today's front-page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
President Silvio Berlusconi will be released from hospital tomorrow, as the sale of Milan keeps getting delayed.
Raul Albiol is apparently very close to renewing his contract as Napoli made an irresistible offer.
Atalanta have officially sold Marten de Roon to Middlesbrough, as confirmed by the club in an official statement.
Stefano Sturaro returned to Juventus in a poor condition, and new exams revealed a twisted knee.
Bartlomiej Dragowski tells Fiorentina 'I don't intend to be Ciprian Tatarasanu's replacement' in spite of his young age.
Leonel Vangioni can't wait to meet Vincenzo Montella at Milan and promises 'I'll work on my defensive phase'.
Milan's Adriano Galliani confirms he had a good meeting with Vincenzo Montella, but answers no more questions.
Andrea Barzagli's agent says the player will 'finish his career at Juventus', and praises his Italy performances.
Lorenzo Insigne's agent believes the player takes home 'a luggage full of experience' from Euro 2016.
Juventus have officially sold Simone Padoin to Cagliari for an extremely low transfer fee.
Vincenzo Montella's number one target for Milan's defence is Villareal's Mateo Musacchio, say reports.
Sampdoria have officially signed Marco Giampaolo as their new Coach, after a complicated market drama.
Simone Zaza apologises profusely after missing the penalty in Italy-Germany: 'Unfortunately this is football'.
Darmstadt defender Luca Caldirola says he 'doesn't know' about an interest by Inter, but bemoans Italy's inefficient youth systems.
Ajax striker Arcadiusz Milik was seen emerging from the Capodichino airport in Naples, but it's uncertain whether there's a link with Napoli.
Matteo Darmian praises Italy's 'work, mutual respect and humility: it was an honour to play for this group'.
Alberto Gilardino thanks his supporters before leaving Palermo for Empoli 'by a decision which was certainly not mine'.
Borussia Dortmund joined the race for Napoli's captain and icon Marek Hamsik, also targeted by Atletico Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain and Chelsea.
Emanuele Giaccherini bids farewell to Italy Coach and 'champion' Antonio Conte, but welcomes Giampero Ventura: 'They are perfectly linked.'
Fiorentina have officially signed Bartlomiej Dragowski, the 18-year-old prodigy goalkeeper from Jagiellonia Bialystok.
Vicente Del Bosque has officially stepped down as Spain's Coach, closing an era for Italy's most recent rival.
Barcelona and Juventus are moving for Mattia De Sciglio, but Milan are determined not to sell.
Napoli have reportedly found a transfer agreement for Zenit St Petersburg's Axel Witsel and Dinamo Zagreb's Marko Pjaca and Marko Rog.
Paris Saint-Germain's Gregory van der Wiel will not be joining Roma, as Fenerbahce have officially signed him.
Former President Massimo Moratti predicts the Suning Group “will bring good results” to Inter.
Piotr Zielinski will officially be a Napoli player either today or tomorrow, according to reports.
Tonny Vilhena explains why he opted to stay at Feyenoord - “at Inter I’d have to fight for a place”.
Paul Pogba feels sorry for his Juventus teammate Gigi Buffon after Italy were knocked out of Euro 2016 - “to see Gigi crying made me feel very bad”.
Juventus, Milan and Inter target Marko Pjaca is “happy with Dinamo” but “things change quickly in football”.
Lazio are targeting Alexandre Pato as Corinthians’ President admits they’ll listen to offers for the striker.
Daniele De Rossi angrily denies he refused to come on and take a penalty for Italy - “do I look like the type who would refuse to step-up to the spot?”
Inter have named a 26-man squad for the first day of pre-season training, with international players excused.
Italian Nicola Rizzoli will be the referee for France’s Semi-Final clash with Germany at Euro 2016.