Nigel De Jong and Philippe Mexes are reportedly set for Milan renewals, but Adil Rami is heading for the exit.
Domenico Berardi starts up front for Luigi Di Biagio’s Italy under-21s in their opening match of the European Championships.
Boca Juniors Coach Rodolfo Arruabarrena calls Carlos Tevez ‘a complete player’ but isn’t sure the Juventus man will arrive.
Empoli President Fabrizio Corsi confirms ‘we have an agreement’ to sell Mirko Valdifiori to Napoli.
President Massimo Ferrero ‘never had any doubts’ over a UEFA licence, and Sampdoria will enter the Europa League ‘with pride’.
Samuel Eto’o will leave Sampdoria this summer, but Antonio Cassano has agreed to return, according to reports.
Cesare Prandelli reveals he could have joined Juventus on two occasions, and discusses his Galatasaray experience.
Former Italy CT Cesare Prandelli reveals he hasn’t had ‘any kind of offer’ from Serie A clubs, after leaving Galatasaray.
Emmanuele Giaccherini’s agent thanks Antonio Conte for his Italy call-up, and insists his client is ‘100 per cent’ staying at Sunderland.
Juventus director general Beppe Marotta will reportedly fly to Madrid tomorrow, to negotiate for Atletico striker Mario Mandzukic.
Milan have reportedly agreed a fee with Monaco for Geoffrey Kondogbia, but have yet to strike a deal with the player.
Sampdoria and Lazio have both been allowed to compete in Europe, despite fears they could be excluded.
Real Madrid are reportedly considering launching a substantial bid for Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci.
Reports in France say that Inter have made an approach for Marseille midfielder Giannelli Imbula, but Valencia are also interested.
Reports say that Roma have completed a €15m deal to sign Genoa pair Iago Falque and Andrea Bertolacci.
Roma have reportedly made contact with Monaco about young winger Yannick Carrasco, while their interest in Carlos Bacca intensifies.
There are reports that Napoli have made a large bid for Empoli trio Mirko Valdifiori, Elseid Hysaj and Riccardo Saponara.
Inter and Atletico Madrid have reportedly reached an agreement on a transfer fee for Brazil international Miranda.
Milan have reportedly joined the race to bring in Chelsea winger Mohamed Salah after their hopes of re-signing Zlatan Ibrahimovic took a blow.
Reports say that Milan and Inter have formed an agreement to not raise their bids further for Monaco midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia.
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Milan CEO Adriano Galliani will reportedly have dinner with Monaco’s Geoffrey Kondogbia tomorrow evening.
There are reports Roma have agreed to pay Cagliari €20m for Radja Nainggolan plus the loan of Carlos Carbonero.
Italy captain Matteo Bianchetti is “not remotely afraid” of Sweden’s strikers for the European Under-21 Championship opener.
There are reports Napoli have agreed terms with Empoli to buy Mirko Valdifiori for €5m.
Torino have officially signed defender Danilo Avelar from Cagliari for cash and an option on Antonio Barreca.
Paulo Sousa is now free to become Coach of Fiorentina after officially terminating his Basel contract.
Martin Skrtel “was requested by Inter, but he decided to stay at Liverpool,” confirmed his agent.
Udinese will take up their option on Paraguay international Ivan Piris, confirmed his agent.
Roma’s talks with Cagliari continue for several players, including Radja Nainggolan, but also Paul-Jose M’Poku.
Ex-Napoli director Riccardo Bigon has joined Verona, but Sean Sogliano is now expected to take over at Carpi.
Antonio Conte looks back on a year as Italy Coach. “I want to reach Euro 2016 with an ambitious squad.”
Galatasaray or Roma are likely destinations for Kevin-Prince Boateng, as a move to Milan has fallen through.
Arturo Vidal wept during a public apology “to all of Chile” after the Juventus midfielder was caught drunk driving.
Atletico Madrid Coach Diego Simeone admits he wants to keep Juventus target Mario Mandzukic, but “it’s up to the club.”