Lazio continue to await news from Cagliari, but face competition for Davide Astori from Manchester City.
Juventus look set to miss out on Alexis Sanchez, as it’s reported Barcelona accepted Arsenal’s £32m offer.
Fabio Cannavaro criticsed Louis Van Gaal’s “disrespectful” decision to change goalkeeper for Holland’s shoot-out.
Brazil have formally lodged an appeal to have Thiago Silva’s yellow card and suspension overturned.
Ashley Cole is expected in Italy for his Roma medical tomorrow morning, where he’ll sign a two-year contract.
Roma have reportedly beaten Genoa to a deal for USA right-back DeAndre Yedlin, who’ll remain at Seattle Sounders on loan.
Fenerbahce talent Salih Ucan confirmed he is flying out “for a medical with Roma” today.
L’Equipe claim Juventus starlet Paul Pogba sparked a bidding war between Manchester City, Real Madrid and Manchester United.
Napoli are hoping to take Lucas Leiva and Pepe Reina on loan from Liverpool this season.
Milan are reportedly stepping up their negotiations with Torino for €20m-rated Italy winger Alessio Cerci.
Walter Mazzarri said a contract renewal with Inter “fires me up and the club has been very clear it is an important season.”
Walter Samuel could be staying in Serie A, as it’s reported the Inter free agent will join Sampdoria.
Chievo have signed Cristiano Biraghi on a two-year loan deal from Inter, joining Francesco Bardi.
Robinho is expected to leave Milan for an MLS club, but several are interested on top of Kaka’s Orlando City.
According to reports, Manchester United are offering £50m plus Nani to take Arturo Vidal off Juventus.
Sime Vrsaljko’s agent confirmed talks with Milan, but insisted “nothing has been concluded” with Genoa.
Brazil media officer Rodrigo Paiva received a three-game ban and fine for attacking Chile striker Mauricio Pinilla.
Amid reports Neymar was 2cm away from paralysis, Felipe Scolari reveals the Brazilian “couldn’t feel his legs.”
Roma are very active on the market, as they’ve reportedly secured Urby Emanuelson, Ashley Cole and Alan Arario.
World Cup winner Mauro German Camoranesi blasted Mario Balotelli and suggested a new face for Italy.
Inter are reportedly in negotiations with Roma for their Brazilian full-back Dodò.
Cesare Prandelli is planning to bring Daniel Osvaldo and Fiorentina’s Facundo Roncaglia to Galatasaray.
Arjen Robben hit back at his critics after a tough quarter-final with Costa Rica. “I was rugby tackled from all sides.”
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Louis Van Gaal explained the Tim Krul substitution for a shoot-out, including the fact he hadn’t told Jasper Cillessen.
Costa Rica leave the World Cup unbeaten and “with our heads held high,” said Coach Jorge Luis Pinto.
Dutch super-sub penalty shoot-out goalkeeper Tim Krul revealed he’d been “working on it for seven weeks.”
Tim Krul was introduced just for the penalty shoot-out and was decisive as the Netherlands ended Costa Rica’s World Cup dream.
There are reports Angel Di Maria’s World Cup is over after he limped off during Argentina’s win over Belgium.
Leo Messi has no intention of holding back for Argentina now they are in the semi-final. “We want more.”
Brazilian medics assure Neymar’s career “is not compromised” due to a fractured vertebra, but he’ll be out for 45 days.
Belgium Coach Marc Wilmots tried to “look at the positives” from their World Cup quarter-final exit to Argentina.
Argentina Coach Alejandro Sabella praised their “best performance” to beat Belgium 1-0.
Arjen Robben and Robin Van Persie lead the way as the Netherlands face giant-killers Costa Rica in the quarter-final.
Belgium captain Vincent Kompany still saw their World Cup as “a great adventure” after defeat to Argentina.