NEWS

Coaching Napoli will be even tougher for Rafael Benitez than bossing Inter, says club legend Ciro Ferrara.
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi doesn’t expect to make a decision on the club’s coaching situation during the next week.
As expected, former Inter boss Jose Mourinho has been named as the new manager of Chelsea.
Cesare Prandelli says four of the Under-21 squad would have been in his latest Italy party had they failed to qualify for the European Championship.
Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri held talks with Vice-President Adriano Galliani on Monday just hours after he was confirmed in the job.
It’s Atalanta’s intention to continue fielding Giacomo Bonaventura and Luca Cigarini in their midfield next season.
The representative of Francesco Acerbi will hold talks with Genoa this week to discuss the player’s future.
Sampdoria are showing an interest in signing Paulinho – the man who ensured promotion for Livorno on Sunday.
Genoa’s Luca Antonelli has been ruled out of Italy’s Confederations Cup squad because of injury.
Roma have made no offer to Frank Rijkaard about becoming their new Coach ahead of the 2013-14 campaign.
Inter chief Massimo Moratti has played down reports that he is ready to sell the club to an Indonesian businessman.
Pietro Lo Monaco has advised Torino to cash in on Alessio Cerci and Angelo Ogbonna during this summer’s transfer window.
Gennaro Gattuso will today rescind his Sion contract in order to become the new Coach of Palermo, reports the Gazzetta dello Sport.
Claudio Marchisio has committed his future to Juventus amidst reports that he is wanted by a number of foreign clubs.
Laurent Blanc is now a leading contender to be handed the Roma job after Milan announced that they will be keeping Massimiliano Allegri.
Roma are in pole position to sign Mehdi Benatia from Udinese, reports the Corriere dello Sport.
Roma goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg could complete a move to Fulham by the end of Tuesday.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Milan have put their faith in Massimiliano Allegri after crisis talks with President Silvio Berlusconi.
Livorno are back in Serie A after beating local rivals Empoli 2-1 on aggregate in the promotion play-offs.
German newspaper Bild claims Napoli have agreed a deal for Bayern Munich striker Mario Gomez.
Leandro Damiao sent a signal to Napoli by admitting “I would prefer to play in a team that is in the Champions League.”
Lazio President Claudio Lotito confirmed they are ready to sign 20-year-old Santos talent Felipe Anderson.
Massimiliano Allegri, President Silvio Berlusconi and Vice-President Adriano Galliani are gathering for decisive Milan talks tonight.
Fiorentina continue to reinforce with reports of interest in Malaga’s Manuel Iturra and Manchester City goalkeeper Costel Pantilimon.
Lorenzo Insigne had to interrupt today’s training session with the Under-21 side due to a sprained knee.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is wanted by a host of top clubs, but admits “I would like a return to Milan.”
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis held a Twitter press conference, answering questions on Edinson Cavani offers, “monogamous” Rafa Benitez and more.
There are surprise reports that Luciano Spalletti met with Milan President Silvio Berlusconi last night, just hours before the crunch talks with Max Allegri.
Gonzalo Higuain again fuelled links with Juventus by declaring “it’d be wonderful” to partner Fernando Llorente in Turin.
Cagliari forward Marco Sau made his Italy debut and admits he “cares a great deal about playing for my homeland” in Sardinia.
Andrea Barzagli could miss out on the Confederations Cup, as there are concerns over his Achilles tendon.
Italy’s Under-21 European Championship begins against England and Fausto Rossi believes Marco Verratti can be the key.
Roma don’t have a new Coach, but they are active on the market with reports Mehdi Benatia and Rafael are on the way.
Roma candidate Marcelo Bielsa is open to offers after pointing out “my contract with Athletic Bilbao ends on June 30.”

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