NEWS

UOL Esporte claim to have a document showing Inter offered Santos €29.5m for Gabigol, as Barcelona take the matter to FIFA.
Antonio Conte’s Chelsea are the latest club to be linked with Uruguay international Martin Caceres, a free agent.
“Francoise Hollande thanked me for Gigi Buffon’s gesture,” revealed Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi after an Italy-France friendly.
Mauro Tassotti gives his take on Milan’s downfall as “mistakes were made” and Arrigo Sacchi’s legacy lived on until his “special mentality” evaporated.
Fiorentina released a strongly-worded statement denying Coach Paulo Sousa is ready to leave the club.
Paul Scholes is confident “Juventus would beat any team” in the Premier League and assures Serie A “isn’t boring.”
Torino fear Andrea Belotti will be out of action for two to three weeks after an injury on international duty.
Israel have already announced the starting XI to face Italy in this evening’s World Cup qualifier.
Marco Borriello has revealed that he “could have joined Real Madrid or Manchester United” when leaving Milan in 2010.
Carlo Ancelotti claims Silvio Berlusconi would “only” criticise his Milan team “at the end of matches in which we played well”.
Besiktas are reportedly threatening to take Fiorentina to FIFA after being short-changed in Mario Gomez’s sale to Wolfsburg.
Milan managing director Umberto Gandini will reportedly be confirmed as Roma’s new CEO next week.
Ukraine assistant Mauro Tassotti admits he “became very bored” at Milan as “I wanted to coach again”.
Milan legend Mauro Tassotti says he is “delighted” to be Andriy Shevchenko’s Ukraine assistant and wants to help football in the country “grow and progress”.
Suning Group has vowed to “continue investing” into Inter “for the long term” after detailing its “objectives” for the club.
Israeli football expert Raphael Gellar speaks exclusively to Football Italia about Italy’s opponents in 2018 World Cup qualifying tonight.
There are conflicting reports on Fiorentina boss Paulo Sousa’s future as his house clearance is now being linked to a move to a new home – in Florence.
Paolo Maldini and Demetrio Albertini are reportedly being lined up for roles at Milan by new general director Marco Fassone.
Paulo Sousa is reportedly close to leaving Fiorentina as he is said to have begun the process of returning to Portugal.
Suning Group says “development, globalisation” and owning “a great team with many fans and a proud history” was behind its purchase of Inter.
Romelu Lukaku claims “I could’ve gone to Juventus, but instead I chose to stay at Everton because it’s too early to go to Italy”.
Milan will begin their search for a new sporting director next week, with four serious candidates.
Marcello Lippi fumes at the regulation that kept him from joining the Azzurri: 'It's bonkers!'
Roma confirmed the thigh injury for Daniele De Rossi, but there is still no word about when he will return.
Giampiero Ventura will largely stick to the old guard for Israel-Italy, but will introduce a handful of new faces too.
Inter are planning a swathe of renewals for September, involving Mauro Icardi, Marcelo Brozovic, Gary Medel and others.
Milan have an interest in Sao Paulo's Rodrigo Caio, but Napoli got there first.
Inter, Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain will compete in January to sign Benfica's Victor Lindelof.
The agent of Gabigol says Inter showed more interest than Juventus, and they have a 'marvellous' project.
Napoli's new signing Piotr Zielinski is already speculating about a move to Real Madrid, whilst praising Arkadiusz Milik.
Pepe Reina explains 'some mistakes are conceivable' at the beginning of the season, but feels Napoli will be fine without Gonzalo Higuain.
Leonardo Morosini says he is giving it all for Brescia, whilst admitting he reciprocates the love of suitors Inter.
Jose Sosa is trying to find his tactical role with Milan: 'But the most important thing is having the right character'.
Milan must prepare new deals for Alessio Romagnoli and Mattia De Sciglio, with a special eye for Gianluigi Donnarumma.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.