Mediaset Premium claim Chelsea are prepared to match Roma’s €45m (£35.5m) asking price for Radja Nainggolan.
Alberto Paloschi is expected to leave Swansea City after just six months for a move to Atalanta for €7.5m (£5.9m).
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Dimitri Payet’s scorcher rescued a 2-1 win for France after Patrice Evra handed Romania a penalty in the Euro 2016 opener.
Valencia are expected to meet Bologna and Amadou Diawara’s entourage next week.
Lucas Digne could remain at Roma on loan for another season, but only with a mandatory option to buy from PSG.
Juventus will not be signing Jonathan Ikone as a free agent, because he just extended his PSG contract.
Miralem Pjanic warns the ‘PR manager’ who said he’s joining Juventus “has no right to speak for me. If something is to be announced, it’ll be by the Roma President.”
Real Madrid Coach Zinedine Zidane confessed “everyone wants Paul Pogba, but he belongs to Juventus.”
Massimo Oddo is eager to remain on the Pescara bench after promotion, “but only as long as the club doesn’t sell everyone.”
Silvio Berlusconi’s health problems have reportedly seen the deadline for Milan’s sale postponed until June 30.
Juventus have Miralem Pjanic in hand, but Real Madrid are stepping up their attempts to sign Paul Pogba, including Alvaro Morata and Mateo Kovacic.
Rodrigo Palacio has apparently turned down an offer to join Boca Juniors, as he recently extended his Inter contract.
Leicester City are said to be pushing for Udinese midfielder Bruno Fernandes, who is also of interest to Fiorentina and Porto.
Cesare Prandelli admits he “couldn’t watch Italy” after his resignation, but “I am back to being their biggest fan.”
Belgium have sent Nicolas Lombaerts home after he failed to recover from a knee tendon injury.
Marcelo Bielsa is expected to give his response to the Lazio job by Tuesday.
Gianluca Lapadula “received three proposals from abroad and I need to think about it,” said Pescara President Daniele Sebastiani.
Italian reports claim Carlos Sanchez will leave Aston Villa, so Fiorentina and Bologna have already made contact.
Roma have confirmed that Antonio Rüdiger ruptured his cruciate ligament, and will have surgery tomorrow.
Empoli President Fabrizio Corsi insists “we have not been contacted by Milan” for Riccardo Saponara.
English referee Mark Clattenburg will take charge of Italy’s first Euro 2016 match, against Belgium.
Eder is 'ready' for Euro 2016 with Italy and isn't bothered by criticism - 'I have Coach Antonio Conte's faith, and that's what matters'.
Ciro Immobile admits there is 'a lot of competition' for an Azzurri shirt: 'Everyone must fight for their place'.
Yaya Toure’s agent doesn’t rule out an Inter move but “first I have to see the Manchester City hierarchy”.
Paul Pogba admits he learned from Juventus teammate Andrea Pirlo - “he had that composure”.
Miralem Pjanic’s PR manager confirms the Roma midfielder will join Juventus - “they activated the clause”.
Milan have officially announced that Cristian Zapata and Jherson Vergara’s contracts have been extended until 2019.
Emanuele Giaccherini’s agent says Sunderland want €2.5m for his client, and Torino are interested.
Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly points out he “never said anything against the fans or the people of Naples”.
Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba insists talk of his price tag “does not affect me”.
Lorenzo Insigne says he is 'happy and proud' to be called up for Italy and looks forward to 'a great Euro'.
Real Madrid's Mateo Kovacic is open to a move to Serie A clubs Juventus, Milan or Roma, say reports.
Coach Maurizio Sarri reveals that 'he doesn't care' what Napoli do in the transfer market and discusses the 'new world' of the Champions League.
English fans were reportedly involved in a skirmish with local youngsters in Marseilles ahead of England's debut in Euro 2016.