NEWS

Pippo Inzaghi begins “another dream, which is to be a Coach and hopefully win the Champions League” after joining the Milan youth academy staff.
Roma outcast Marco Borriello is expected to make his decision in the next 48 hours with Tottenham rising to the top of the list.
“Yes, Roma have reached an agreement with Mattia Destro,” revealed Siena director of sport Stefano Antonelli.
Milan target Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa has begged Montpellier to let him go. “There are offers you cannot say no to.”
Alessandro Diamanti returns from his Euro 2012 adventure and assures he’s “happy at the extra responsibility” for Bologna.
Chievo could take Napoli unknown quantity Edu Vargas on loan, admits director of sport Giovanni Sartori.
Mattia Destro is currently holding talks to complete his move to Roma and Siena teammate Massimo Paci reveals “he made the decision last night.”
Pippo Inzaghi has officially retired from football in order to become the new youth team Coach at Milan.
Alberto Gilardino is reportedly ready to leave Italian club Genoa after just six months in order to join Zenit St Petersburg.
Torino are continuing negotiations in a bid to complete the signing of Lazio striker Sergio Floccari.
Christian Panucci will reportedly again team up with Fabio Capello after being handed a role by the new Russia boss.
Stephan El Shaarawy is hoping to convince Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri of his abilities with goals in pre-season.
Abel Hernandez will continue to be a goal threat for Palermo this season after links with Inter were shot down.
Juventus’ Euro 2012 contingent reported into the club’s Vinovo training base on Tuesday ahead of phase two of pre-season training.
The agent of Michele Pazienza has invited Fiorentina to make Juventus an offer for his available client.
Newly promoted Pescara have failed to reach an agreement with Lazio for Juan Pablo Carrizo and Pasquale Foggia.
Emiliano Viviano is no closer to completing his dream move to Fiorentina, Palermo have confirmed on Tuesday.
Leandro Greco is an Olympiacos player after he completed his transfer from Roma. “I’m very happy with my decision.”
Serie A side Bologna have announced the loan signing of Tiberio Guarente from Spanish club Sevilla.
Claudio Marchisio has failed to rule out Juventus as serious contenders for the 2012-13 Champions League.
Wesley Sneijder is confident that Andrea Stramaccioni is the kind of Coach that Inter need for their rebirth.
Bologna have admitted that Gaston Ramirez is likely to move abroad should he be sold this summer.
Felipe Melo’s proposed permanent move from Juventus to Galatasaray has reportedly collapsed.
Cristian Zapata is unlikely to return to Italian football following Villarreal’s relegation from the Spanish top flight.
After previous links with the likes of Milan and Genoa, Marco Rigoni has opted to join Chievo Verona for 2012-13.
All three of Italy’s major sports newspapers are claiming that Juventus’ Fabio Quagliarella could move to Inter in a swap deal with Giampaolo Pazzini.
Leandro Greco is on the verge of signing a contract with Olympiacos after accepting a move away from Roma.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Fiorentina have confirmed that they have completed a deal this evening for Udinese’s utility man Juan Cuadrado.
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi has denied that Juventus are holding up Mattia Destro’s move to Roma.
Lazio have been granted a reprieve with the news that Modibo Diakite’s suspected leg break is only severe bruising.
Italian agent Mino Raiola has continued his war of words with Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis, by insinuating that he bullies his players.
Arriving in Florence for his medical examination, Udinese’s Juan Cuadrado has expressed his happiness over a prospective move to Fiorentina.
Milan have officially communicated that they are willing to refund supporters who have bought season tickets this summer.
Fiorentina have again stated their intention to keep hold of Stevan Jovetic this summer, amid transfer speculation.

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