Sampdoria have announced they have sold their share of Andrea Poli to Milan, but signed Bartosz Salamon outright.
Pippo Inzaghi says he feels proud and honoured following confirmation of his appointment as Milan Coach.
Former Inter President Massimo Moratti denies he has anything to do with Tommaso Giulini’s imminent takeover of Cagliari.
Manchester City have tabled a bid of €38m for Roma defender Mehdi Benatia, according to reports.
Torino sporting director Gianluca Petrachi has admitted that they will be powerless to keep Alessio Cerci should he want to leave.
Marco Amelia is confident that Italy can do well at the World Cup, insisting that the Azzurri have a ‘complete squad’.
Giovanni Trapattoni believes that whatever Cesare Prandelli does in Brazil this summer, it won’t be good enough.
Jose Maria Callejon is being targeted by Atletico Madrid, with Napoli willing to sell for a fee of €18m.
Mario Mandzukic has confirmed that he wants to leave Bayern Munich following Robert Lewandowski’s arrival.
Roma have agreed a partnership with sports agency CAA Sports, in a bid to maximise revenue for stadium naming rights.
Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti has admitted that Alvaro Morata needs to play more, and will have to leave Los Blancos.
Zdenek Zeman has tried to skirt around the issue of his future, with a trio of clubs thought to be interested in the Czech tactician.
Milan have confirmed that Clarence Seedorf has been sacked as Coach, with Pippo Inzaghi coming in as his replacement.
Erick Thohir has claimed that Inter will ‘buy with care’ this summer, and admits that the Nerazzurri are ‘in transition’.
Keisuke Honda has insisted that Japan are certain they can get through their World Cup group.
Fiorentina winger Joaquin has admitted that he dreams of ending his career at boyhood club Real Betis.
Mattia Perin’s agent has played down his error made for Italy yesterday and also reports linking him with Monaco.
Fiorentina are reported as closing in on their first signing of the summer transfer window, in goalkeeper Ciprian Tatarusanu.
Roberto Mancini has reaffirmed his commitment to Galatasaray, run through transfer plans and considered his World Cup favourites.
One of Italy’s 1982 World Cup-winning squad has backed Cesare Prandelli’s side to do well in Brazil, but warned of over-confidence.
Hyundai are the latest partner sponsor of FIFA to call for a ‘thorough investigation’ into allegations of corruption over the 2022 World Cup bid.
Massimiliano Allegri has played down links to Lazio and says he has yet to decide where his future in coaching lies.
Monaco are linked today with a possible bid this summer for Genoa goalkeeper Mattia Perin, but he is valued at €18m.
Torino have reportedly made clear to Roma their terms for Alessio Cerci, valuing the player at €20m, or requesting Alessandro Florenzi in part-exchange.
Ivan Zamorano has revealed that he faced ‘a lot of questions’ recently from Real Madrid President Florentino Perez about Arturo Vidal.
The Corriere della Sera report that Ricky Kaka’s proposed summer exit from Milan looks increasingly likely.
Luis Suarez has made clear he has no doubts about returning for Uruguay in time for the World Cup, though he won’t commit to what game.
Lorenzo Insigne admits his Pescara past with Ciro Immobile is there to see with Italy, even he asserts that what counts are official games.
Ciro Immobile says that he ‘will be ready’ if called upon to start for Italy at the World Cup, but that either way, he will respect Cesare Prandelli’s choices.
Valencia are listed as the latest club to have come in with an offer for Mirko Vucinic, but the Juventus man reportedly won’t lower his salary.
Joachim Low has expressed confidence in Germany’s squad heading into the World Cup, and pays respect to Jurgen Klinsmann.
Real Madrid are reportedly pressing in interest for Milan’s Mattia De Sciglio and he could be involved in a deal for Casemiro.
The Gazzetta dello Sport assert that three Serie A sides are preparing to do battle for Catania striker Gonzalo Bergessio.
Today's front-page headlines from Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Lazio are reportedly on the verge of paying Udinese a sum total of €15m for Antonio Candreva and Dusan Basta.