Milan, Juventus and Roma are all reportedly interested in PSG midfielder Adrien Rabiot.
Diego Maradona is being questioned by police over an alleged assault of a woman in Madrid, reports in Spain suggest.
Reports suggest that European qualification will be essential for the future of Vincenzo Montella at Milan.
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis expresses a desire to improve further, insisting 'I do not intend to stop here.'
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis insists 'history is being made' when his team take on Real Madrid this evening.
Wolfsburg left-back Ricardo Rodriguez has reportedly chosen to join Inter in the summer.
Arsenal striker Alexis Sanchez is reportedly the number one priority for Juventus this summer.
Reports suggest that Inter are continuing to press for Sampdoria forward Patrik Schick as a backup for Mauro Icardi.
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Marco Verratti is “pleased at interest from big clubs, but I don’t want to change. PSG want to become one of the top three in Europe.”
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis admits Maurizio Sarri’s style is “spectacular, but risky” and prefers Dries Mertens to Gonzalo Higuain.
Lazio goalkeeper Federico Marchetti has sprained his knee and will be out of action for around 10 days.
Napoli have two midfield question marks going into the Bernabeu, while Real Madrid are expected to start Lucas Vazquez in the trident.
Marco Verratti put on a masterclass as Paris Saint-Germain crushed Barcelona 4-0, while Borussia Dortmund missed a penalty in their loss to Benfica.
There was bad news for Alessandro Florenzi, as Roma confirmed he twisted his left knee during training.
Federico Chiesa is very grateful to Fiorentina and hopes to one day wear the captain’s armband. “It’s a dream and I don’t want to wake up.”
It looks as if a tentative agreement has been reached for the Stadio della Roma project, but the protests continue and so do legal problems.
Zdenek Zeman is emerging as the favourite to take over at Pescara after Massimo Oddo was sacked, along with Fabio Liverani and Christian Panucci.
Silvio Berlusconi’s holding company Fininvest released a statement denying reports he wanted to keep 20 per cent of Milan after the Chinese takeover.
Gabriel ‘Gabigol’ Barbosa feels he is finally settling in at Inter. “I feel stronger, faster and more Italian! It’s a bit too cold, though…”
Maurizio Sarri insists his “only doubt is whether to start three strikers or four” as Napoli go all-out with Real Madrid. “I won’t accept a timorous approach.”
Raul Albiol insists Napoli “have no intention of changing our attacking approach” against Real Madrid at the Bernabeu tomorrow.
Jose Callejon assured Napoli “arrive with the belief we’re a great team and can do great things too” against Real Madrid in the Champions League.
Sampdoria striker Luis Muriel opened the door for a move to Inter. “There are several options and that is one of them, so we’ll see.”
Massimo Oddo left the Pescara bench today just 24 hours after the club announced he would remain in the job and wrote a moving farewell.
Roma defender Federico Fazio revealed he could opt to play international football for Italy rather than Argentina.
Marco Verratti’s agent warned “he has certainly reached a crossroads in his career. Barcelona, Real Madrid, Inter and Juventus are interested.”
Giorgio Chiellini will miss Friday’s Serie A match against Palermo, but above all is at risk when Juventus visit Porto in the Champions League.
Antonio Cassano said “with all the flops around, I could still play in Serie A, but if nobody in Italy wants me, I’ll probably retire in June.”
Despite announcing yesterday that he would stay, Pescara have confirmed the departure of Massimo Oddo.
Juventus striker Mario Mandzukic and Geoffrey Kondogbia of Inter are among the players suspended for Week 25 of Serie A.
Francesco Totti is back in the Roma squad to face Villarreal, with Thomas Vermaelen also included.
The meeting to decide the fate of the Stadio della Roma project is underway, after the club resubmitted plans.
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis explains his idea of a 20,000-seater stadium to replace San Paolo.
Riccardo Saponara believes his story with Empoli was over - “when we got this Fiorentina offer, we both agreed it was the best solution”.