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Roma have organised a friendly with Toronto FC, while Hellas Verona will face Dutch side Feyenoord.
Antonio Di Natale believes Italy can do well in the Confederations Cup and admits “I want to be at the 2014 World Cup.”
There are reports Juventus are closing on a €12m (£10m) deal for Carlos Tevez during crunch negotiations with Manchester City today.
Felipe Anderson is reportedly lodging a FIFA appeal to end his contract with Doyen Sports, freeing him up for a move to Lazio.
Italy held their first training sessions behind closed doors today, as they prepare for the Confederations Cup semi-final against Spain.
Serie B side Siena are on the verge of bankruptcy, as they are unlikely to pay outstanding wages by tomorrow’s deadline.
Statements from Udinese and Chievo suggest today’s raid on clubs by financial police was targeting specific agents.
English referee Howard Webb has been assigned to Italy’s Confederations Cup semi-final with Spain.
Paris Saint-Germain and Monaco are both keen on signing Mattia De Sciglio, reports in the French Press have claimed.
Ajaccio Coach Fabrizio Ravanelli has revealed that Luca Toni is unlikely to join the French club, as he's bound for Verona.
Fernando Torres has rejected talk of facing Brazil in the Confederations Cup Final, pointing to Spain’s awareness of what it is to face Italy first.
La Nazione believe that Juventus could sell Claudio Marchisio in order to raise more funds to sign Stevan Jovetic.
Palermo forward Abel Hernandez has insisted that owner Maurizio Zamparini is the right man to take them back to Serie A.
Italy’s chief medic has revealed says they are ‘cautiously optimistic’ that Andrea Pirlo can recover from injury in time to face Spain on Thursday.
Sampdoria forward Simone Zaza has admitted it would be difficult to turn down a move to Juventus.
Napoli chief Aurelio Del Laurentiis could buy English club Leyton Orient as a satellite side, Gazzetta dello Sport have claimed.
Former Roma chief Rosella Sensi has hit back at current owner James Pallotta, after the American accused the previous regime of mismanagement.
Inter President Massimo Moratti has refused to comment on revelations today that Italy's financial police raided the offices of football clubs.
New Napoli boss Rafael Benitez has warned clubs interested in Edinson Cavani that he will cost €63m.
Napoli striker Edinson Cavani has played down his father’s claims that he wants to play for Real Madrid.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani has underlined that his club need to sell before they can buy this summer.
Italian tactician Carlo Ancelotti has signed a three-year contract with Real Madrid, the Spanish giants have confirmed.
Italy’s financial police have launched raids on the offices of 41 football clubs, including almost all of those in the top flight.
Italy boss Cesare Prandelli has labelled Spain as almost unbeatable ahead of Thursday’s Confederations Cup semi-final.
Fiorentina will meet Palermo on Tuesday to discuss bids for Josip Ilicic and Stefano Sorrentino, say Sky Sport Italia.
Bakaye Traore is confident he can be of service to Milan despite his virtually anonymous 2012-13 campaign.
Livorno are hoping to wrap up deals with Inter, Juventus and Napoli as they attempt to build a squad strong enough for Serie A safety.
Luca Antonini is hoping to continue his career at Milan despite his precarious contract situation at the club.
Milan striker Mario Balotelli is disappointed his Confederations Cup campaign has ended prematurely.
Juventus officials will fly to England on Tuesday for talks with Manchester City regarding their bid for Carlos Tevez, reports the Gazzetta dello Sport.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
There are reports on Napoli’s official radio station that a €58m deal for Edinson Cavani has been reached with Chelsea.
Belgian international Dries Mertens has officially signed a five-year contract with Napoli.
Mario Balotelli’s Confederations Cup is over due to injury, but Cesare Prandelli insists “there was no pressure from Milan.”
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi has been found guilty of paying for sex with an underage prostitute and abusing his Prime Ministerial position to cover it up.

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