NEWS

Genoa President Enrico Preziosi has said that the club are on the verge of capturing ‘a big Italian player’, thought to be Catania’s Francesco Lodi.
Milan have confirmed today that they have signed primavera talent Andrea Petagna to a new five-year contract.
Mattia Perin’s agent has indicated that the young goalkeeper is prepared to compete with Sebastien Frey at Genoa and even aim for next year’s World Cup.
Pier Silvio Berlusconi has enthused at Milan’s decision to keep hold of Stephan El Shaarawy and affirms that the Rossoneri are not too far behind Juventus.
Juventus are reportedly expecting Zenit St Petersburg to come in with an offer for Mirko Vucinic, so they have set their asking price.
Daniele De Rossi will reportedly only resolve his position at Roma once he has held talks with new Coach Rudi Garcia.
Erick Thohir’s plans to take over Inter reportedly involve an American partner and a heavier focus on youth.
Massimo Ambrosini’s agent has reflected that the veteran is prepared to fit in at Fiorentina as is required next season.
Juventus are stepping up activity to try and resolve a deal for Angelo Ogbonna, which may involve Ciro Immobile.
Milan are reportedly meeting with Sampdoria on Wednesday to try and determine a deal for Andrea Poli’s transfer.
Ricky Kaka has indicated that his future at Real Madrid hinges on how new Coach Carlo Ancelotti intends to use him next season.
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The writer of the official Roma anthem has asked the club to stop using it, as “this is no longer the Roma that I knew.”
Giuseppe Sannino was presented to the media as the new Coach of Chievo. “It took a while, but we got there eventually.”
Milan have officially declared Stephan El Shaarawy is not for sale after today’s crunch meeting with the player.
New Under-21 Italy Coach Gigi Di Biagio is prepared to “reconstruct” the side as he takes over from Devis Mangia.
Udinese confirmed Napoli “asked us about Antonio Candreva,” who is co-owned with Lazio.
It is now official that the Italian Super Cup between Juventus and Lazio will be in Rome on August 18.
Robinho is closer to joining Santos after reportedly accepting a pay cut and organising Milan friendlies.
Gigi Di Biagio is officially the new Italy Under-21 Coach after Devis Mangia stepped aside. “It was an extraordinary experience.”
Juventus have temporarily given up on Stevan Jovetic due to “difficult relations” with Fiorentina, but confirm advanced talks for Angelo Ogbonna.
Mario Gomez is on his way to Fiorentina, the Bayern Munich striker’s agent told German media.
Fernando Llorente reveals why he chose Serie A above the Premier League, as “it’s a dream for me to be playing” for Juventus.
Juan Camilo Zuniga’s agent insists reports of a contract renegotiation with Napoli are false, so the door is open for Juventus or Inter.
Referees Antonio Giannoccaro and Andrea Romeo have retired from Serie A this season.
As expected, Udinese announced defender Mehdi Benatia will join Roma “over the next few days.”
Genoa have warned Juventus they can’t offer Ciro Immobile to Torino as part of the Angelo Ogbonna transfer.
Antonio Cassano’s agent confirmed the move to Parma “will be completed by Wednesday or Thursday” as part of the Ishak Belfodil deal.
You can watch new Juventus signing Fernando Llorente’s presentation Press conference live at 15.00 UK time.
Inter defender Ibrahima Mbaye is “wanted by Sunderland, Monaco, Bologna, Palermo and Livorno,” confirmed his agent.
Former Roma and Italy star Giuseppe Giannini is the new Coach of the Lebanon national team.
Inter are due to sign Ishak Belfodil and targeting 22-year-old Sao Paulo midfielder Wellington.
Lazio goalkeeper Federico Marchetti has admitted he is looking forward to the new season, and wants to start with a Supercoppa win over Juventus.
Inter have confirmed that Deutsche Bank have become the official banking partner of the club.
Alejandro Gomez has commented that he wants to leave Catania and that he is flattered by links to Inter and Atletico Madrid.

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