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Leonardo Bonucci says Juventus are beginning a ‘new era’ after he signed an extension until 2020.
Juventus President Andrea Agnelli praised Leonardo Bonucci ‘as a player and person’ as the defender extends his contract to 2020.
Arsenal’s Joel Campbell has reportedly agreed to move to Palermo on loan, with the two clubs now negotiating a deal.
Reports say that Inter have reached an agreement with Wolfsburg for the €18m signing of Ivan Perisic, but Xherdan Shaqiri could play an important part.
Sulley Muntari says the fans of Inter and Milan ‘will always be in my heart’ as he leaves Italy for Saudi Arabia.
Reports suggest that Fiorentina's Mario Gomez has asked for a few days to consider whether he wants to join Besiktas.
Bee Taechaubol will reportedly land in Italy tomorrow and complete his purchase of 48 per cent of Milan before August 3.
Stevan Jovetic has arrived at the Humanitas hospital in Milan to undergo his Inter medical, the final step before signing a four-year contract.
New Milan striker Luiz Adriano has spoken of the ‘great intensity’ of training sessions, while rubbishing claims that the number nine shirt is cursed.
Napoli have reportedly struck a deal to sign Tottenham defender Vlad Chiriches for around €6m.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport. 
Bologna gave up on Juan Quintero, but now Chievo are asking Porto for a loan with option to buy for €18m.
Serie A new boys Carpi prepare offers for Liverpool striker Fabio Borini, Alberto Gilardino and Marco Borriello.
Stefano Okaka confirmed he “has chosen Anderlecht because I am here to win” and will have his medical tomorrow.
Italian reports suggest Inter have agreed a €3m move with Galatasaray for Felipe Melo and he’ll fly in for a medical.
Atalanta Coach Edy Reja is worried about a “dangerous final strait” to their season against Palermo, Napoli and Genoa.
Verona President Maurizio Setti feels they have “an uphill climb” in the Serie A fixture list.
“Mario Balotelli costs €10m, but with a discount we await him with open arms,” said Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero.
Andrea Pirlo thanked fans for his “absolutely amazing” and “very emotional” MLS debut for New York City FC.
Gonzalo Higuain told Napoli fans “we are working to win” while Aurelio De Laurentiis hinted at a contract renewal.
Walter Zenga is “proud” that Sampdoria are hosting Carpi’s historic first Serie A game and excited by Napoli in Week 2.
Inter director Marco Fassone hopes “Stevan Jovetic’s medical goes well. Xherdan Shaqiri is our player for the moment, then we’ll see.”
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi “complained to the Lega Serie A” for scheduling the derby with Sampdoria midweek.
Rudi Garcia said Roma “must be ready to dive straight into the season” with Verona and Juventus in the first two rounds.
Torino President Urbano Cairo has circled November 1 in his calendar for the Derby della Mole with Juventus.
Andrea Barzagli ruled out for three weeks by a thigh strain, so will miss the Italian Super Cup Juventus v Lazio.
Milan scout Mauro Tassotti admits his team has a very tricky start with Fiorentina, Inter, Genoa and Napoli in the first seven rounds.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta confirmed an initial offer for Julian Draxler and listed the Scudetto contenders.
The 2015-16 Serie A fixture list was drawn up this evening, starting with Fiorentina v Milan, Verona-Roma and Juventus-Udinese.
Schalke "received and rejected" the first Juventus offer for Julian Draxler, set at €22m.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero wants Napoli or Roma for Week 1, but tells Stefano Okaka to “follow his wallet.”
Fiorentina ruled out Vlad Chiriches and Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, while Mario Gomez’s move to Besiktas “is not done yet.”
Inter President Erick Thohir said “this is the first true season” for him and Coach Roberto Mancini.
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio is confident “Italy are not afraid of Spain” in the 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign.
Zenit St Petersburg warned Milan and Juventus can only sign Axel Witsel for “a €100m offer.”

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