NEWS

Gianluigi Buffon missed Italy training this morning, as he’s suffering with a fever.
Thiago Motta says Italy must continue to think “one game at a time” after winning their Euro 2016 group.
Inter have reportedly made an official offer for Antonio Candreva, but Lazio are holding out for €25m.
Arsenal and Spartak Moscow are vying for Inter forward Stevan Jovetic, according to reports.
Napoli striker Gonzalo Higuain is “calm” over his future, and insists his focus is on Argentina.
Sampdoria are “almost there” for Sparta Prague striker Patrik Shick, the player’s agent reveals.
Roberto Mancini assures Inter “have faith” in Eder, after his winning goal for Italy on Friday.
Roberto Mancini is “pleased” that Inter are linked with Antonio Candreva and discusses Ever Banega’s role.
Roma Coach Luciano Spalletti hailed “organised” Italy, but is flummoxed by Belgium’s treatment of Radja Nainggolan.
Swansea City are the latest Premier League side to be linked with Juventus and Italy striker Simone Zaza.
Mauro Icardi is “happy at Inter, but if the club decides to do something else, then we’ll talk about it.”
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Kalidou Koulibaly’s agent hit back at Napoli for “over-reacting” to Chelsea links and warned “no player is unsellable.”
Roma might pull the plug on Edin Dzeko after just one season, as Sunderland could bring him back to the Premier League.
Antonio Conte sniped at clubs by noting “the Azzurri shirt is treated badly, but during these tournaments the love for Italy returns.”
Cristiano Ronaldo had an absolute nightmare, firing a penalty on to the upright as Portugal were pegged back to a 0-0 draw by Austria.
Arsenal, Bayern Munich and Zenit are lining up to buy Colombia international defender Jeison Murillo from Inter.
PSG are ready to lower their asking price for Lucas Digne to €15m, but Roma are still refusing to pay more than €12m.
Juventus, Roma and Milan face competition from Liverpool for Real Madrid midfielder Mateo Kovacic.
Dani Alves is expected to be in Turin for his Juventus medical on Monday after Brazil’s early Copa America exit.
Inter have reportedly sent emissaries to England for talks regarding Yaya Toure, Marcelo Brozovic and Andrea Ranocchia.
Hungary snatched a late equaliser thanks to a Birkir Saevarsson own goal, but Iceland remain unbeaten.
Leicester City are believed to have made a £10m (€12.7m) offer for Juventus midfielder Mario Lemina.
Cagliari have reportedly agreed a €1m deal to sign midfielder Simone Padoin from Juventus.
Antonio Conte assured “the passion and energy of the fans represent fundamental factors in motivating” the Italy squad.
Sassuolo President Giorgio Squinzi confirms “Domenico Berardi refused to join Juventus” and they’re interested in Andrea Ranocchia.
Czech Republic captain Tomas Rosicky has been ruled out for the rest of Euro 2016 with a thigh injury.
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio is “proud that the fans recognise themselves” in the Italy team and can unify the country.
Radja Nainggolan feels the 2-0 defeat to Italy “helped” Belgium, but admits he was “surprised” to be dropped against Ireland.
Emanuele Giaccherini said Italy “proved a few doubters wrong” after topping their Euro 2016 group, but won’t get ahead of himself.
Italy are mathematically top of Group E and will play the Group D runners-up in Paris on Monday June 27.
Belgium demolished the Republic of Ireland 3-0 with a Romelu Lukaku brace, meaning Italy clinch top spot in Group E.
Juventus have targeted Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez as an Alvaro Morata replacement, claim Telelombardia.
Javier Zanetti admits Inter “must wait until June 28 to know if we have to sell a big player,” considering Yaya Toure and Antonio Candreva.
Juventus continue to prepare for a post-Alvaro Morata future and Belgium international Michy Batshuayi is back on the radar.