Roma Coach Rudi Garcia says he believes in the project going on at the club and wants to stay at Stadio Olimpico.
Walter Mazzarri confirms he is staying at Inter, calls this season positive and promises from day one of preseason plans for next year will be clear.
Eugenio Corini’s second run as Chievo Coach is up for discussion this week, as a meeting with Luca Campedelli and Giovanni Sartori is due.
Rafa Benitez has thanked Anthony Reveillere and Toni Doblas for their efforts this season, as they head out the exit door at Napoli.
Rumours over Mehdi Benatia’s future at Roma are growing as the Gazzetta dello Sport believe his agent will soon meet with Barcelona.
A representative for Milan is expected to meet with Valencia officials on Friday to discuss the future of defender Adil Rami.
Lazio are reportedly weighing up a move for Manolo Gabbiadini and could involve him in talks with Juventus for Senad Lulic.
Sebastian Giovinco is expected to meet with Juventus soon to discuss his future, which will be either a new contract or a sale.
Tom Ince has described transfer links with father Paul’s former side Inter as ‘a dream’, saying their interest in him is ‘fantastic’.
Milan have confirmed that Christian Abbiati has signed a new one year contract extension with the club.
A small group of young men reportedly shouted racist abuse towards Mario Balotelli during today’s pre-World Cup training with Italy.
Football Italia’s season review continues with our player ratings for the Champions, the Team of the Season and the Stats of the Season.
Parma President Tommaso Ghirardi says he will walk away from football if the Ducali’s appeal to be awarded a UEFA License is unsuccessful.
The Gazzetta dello Sport believe that Robinho could be heading out to the MLS, but that Philippe Mexes may remain with Milan.
Giancarlo Abete describes the World Cup as ‘an opportunity and a challenging test’ for Italy, who he does not list among the tournament favourites.
Rafa Benitez has reportedly requested to Aurelio De Laurentiis that Napoli bring in another forward during the summer transfer window.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Antonio Conte told fans how he “lit the flame” at Juventus again and he experiences “defeat like a sudden death.”
Pippo Inzaghi hinted he could replace Clarence Seedorf. “I will soon meet with Milan and decide on my future. They are the priority.”
Fiorentina are reportedly targeting Arsenal players Thomas Vermaelen and Mikel Arteta.
Italy have added West Ham and Wales sports therapist Takahiro Yamamoto to their staff for the World Cup.
Sinisa Mihajlovic insists his contract renewal with Sampdoria was “never in doubt, I just wanted to know their plans.”
Verona director of sport Sean Sogliano rejected a job as “Adriano Galliani’s waiter” at Milan.
Roma named the squad that will travel to Orlando for their training camp and friendly later this month.
Fiorentina and Chile midfielder Mati Fernandez is out of the World Cup after suffering a knee injury.
A priest reveals he “consoled” Alessio Cerci and has faith in Mario Balotelli after visiting the Italy camp.
Stephan El Shaarawy’s agent said he’d like to stay at Milan, “but we’ll have to wait and see what the club decides.”
Giovanni Trapattoni said Cesare Prandelli’s World Cup choices were “fully convincing. We have a good team.”
Porto striker Jackson Martinez’s agent confirms “Roma are seriously thinking about buying him.”
Diego Milito sent a farewell message to Inter after five years. “I will carry you in my heart forever.”
Sinisa Mihajlovic has officially renewed his contract with Sampdoria after days of uncertainty.
Andrea Pirlo, the Juventus and Italy man who never loses his cool, calm, collected demeanour. Unless he’s partying on an open-top bus!
Massimo Ambrosini announced he is leaving Fiorentina. “I wanted to stay, but the Viola made their decision. I was surprised.”
Claudio Ranieri is no longer the Coach of French runners-up Monaco, announced the Ligue 1 club.
Cesare Prandelli praised Giuseppe Rossi, discussed his Italy contract renewal, the Twitter ban and the “very important” England opener.