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Parma captain Alessandro Lucarelli laments ‘everything we’ve done has been in vain’ and hits out at the Lega Serie A.
The bankruptcy of Parma has had postive consquences for Cesena, as they will now get the Ducali’s half of Gregoire Defrel for free.
Argentinian defender Nicolas Burdisso has confirmed that he’s signed a new two-year deal with Genoa.
Sassuolo sporting director Giovanni Carnevale insists Napoli haven’t bid for Sime Vrsaljko, but hints at a Duvan Zapata swap.
Adrien Rabiot’s agent confirms that the midfielder wants to leave Paris Saint-Germain, with Milan reportedly interested.
Gilberto Gerali, one of the members of Mike Piazza’s consortium, says ‘too few guarantees’ from the FIGC caused their bid to buy Parma collapse.
Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic assures ‘we’ll to everything to bring Milan back to the top’, but admits ‘it won’t be easy’.
Parma have officially been declared bankrupt, and will have to begin again from the amateur leagues.
Fernando Llorente insists he wants to stay at Juventus, but ‘I have to talk to the club and see what they tell me’.
Aymen Abdennour’s agent reveals Juventus, Inter and Milan are all interested in signing the Monaco defender.
Milan appear to have pulled out of the race for Jackson Martinez, but the striker insists they remain ‘an option’.
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis has confirmed that Bayern Munich goalkeeper Pepe Reina wll have a medical with the Partenopei tomorrow.
Reports say Juventus have targeted Manchester City’s Stevan Jovetic and Oscar of Chelsea as their next objectives on the transfer market.
Lazio are reportedly set to trim their squad by selling nine players, while Lucas Biglia’s future hangs in the balance.
Parma’s hopes of avoiding Serie D next season have taken a crippling blow after Mike Piazza pulled out of talks to buy the bankrupt club.
Milan vice-President Adriano Galliani is determined to reinforce his squad, with Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Edinson Cavani and Axel Witsel all reported targets.
New Inter signing Geoffrey Kondogbia has paid tribute to his old club before arriving for his medical this morning.
MLS side New York City FC will reportedly finalise a deal for Juventus midfielder Andrea Pirlo by the end of the week.
Mario Mandzukic has arrived at Juventus’ Fornaca clinic to undergo a medical ahead of his expected move to the Old Lady
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport. 
Inter have finally announced that Geoffrey Kondogbia will undergo a medical on Monday, joining from Monaco for over €40m.
Parma are a step closer to oblivion, as Giuseppe Corrado formally pulled out of talks to buy the club, leaving only Mike Piazza.
Portugal Under-21 Coach Rui Jorge admits “we had luck” to avoid defeat with Italy, but promised not to stitch the Azzurrini up.
Andrea Belotti felt Italy “proved our character and quality” in the draw with Portugal, but “the goal was cursed!”
Mario Mandzukic told Juventus fans he will “give my best in my new home” after arriving for his medical.
Lorenzo Crisetig urged Italy’s Under-21 side to face England “with clear heads” after their 0-0 draw with Portugal.
Gigi Di Biagio said Italy had “the right approach, tempo and style” against Portugal, but it all goes down to the England game.
Italy dominated and hit the woodwork, but their 0-0 draw with Portugal leaves European Under-21 Championship hopes hanging by a thread.
Pepe Reina will reportedly sign a three-year contract with Napoli after Tuesday’s medical.
Mario Mandzukic has arrived in Turin for his Juventus medical after agreeing terms with Atletico Madrid.
Milan investor Bee Taechaubol has publicly apologised to “the Inter family” after insults from his consultant Pablo Victor Dana.
Inter and Torino could go to a blind auction over the future of Italy Under-21 international Marco Benassi.
Villarreal are said to be preparing a double swoop for Atalanta pair Daniele Baselli and Davide Zappacosta.
Andrea Bertolacci and Iago Falque will reportedly undergo a Roma medical on Monday, leaving Genoa for €16.5m.
Milan consultant Victor Pablo Dana caused a Twitterstorm by calling Inter supporters “rats.”

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