NEWS

Napoli have officially signed Mirko Valdifiori from Empoli after the midfielder completed a medical.
Salernitana have been promoted into Serie B, but still sacked Coach Leonardo Menichini.
Sevilla director Monchi insists Roma must pay the clause for Carlos Bacca, Fernando Llorente “is not an objective,” but requests Milan defender Adil Rami.
FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio assured “we want Antonio Conte to remain” on the Italy bench for the 2018 World Cup.
Lazio are said to be preparing a summer swoop for Bayern Munich and Spain midfielder Xabi Alonso, replacing Lucas Biglia.
Italy midfielder Stefano Sturaro has received a three-match ban in the European Under-21 Championships.
Atletico Madrid and Arsenal can push in for Jackson Martinez, but Milan won’t sign until the Porto striker has a medical.
Sassuolo’s Croatia international full-back Sime Vrsaljko is attracting attention from both Napoli and Juventus.
Palermo and Roma are both interested in Ludogorets goalkeeper Vladislav Stoyanov.
Udinese and Sassuolo are tussling with Fenerbahce for Fulham striker Kostas Mitroglou.
Juventus' Angelo Ogbonna is being sought after by Premier League clubs Aston Villa and Southampton, say reports.
Mirko Valdifiori, ahead of his medicals, says Napoli was his 'destiny' and it will be an 'honour to give my all for the team'.
Stefano Okaka is reportedly sought after by Rennes and Saint-Etienne and may leave Sampdoria for €3m.
Lazio target John Guidetti is now being pursued by a wide array of European clubs.
Milan's joint-CEO Adriano Galliani laments having to 'bleed out' for Geoffrey Kondogbia.
Marco Verratti wishes to leave Paris Saint-Germain, say reports in Spain, to play with Real Madrid or Barcelona.
Juventus may ask for Rodrigo Bentancur as part of the deal to bring Carlos Tevez to Boca Juniors.
Milan could lose Porto striker Jackson Martinez to Atletico Madrid, claim papers in Spain and Portugal.
Atalanta goalkeeper Marco Sportiello “is very much liked and respected by Napoli,” confirmed his agent.
Inter negotiated with Monaco through the night, but confessed to being “no closer” to Milan target Geoffrey Kondogbia.
Fernando Llorente is due to leave Juventus with Monaco, Wolfsburg and Borussia Monchengladbach all potential destinations.
Milan will reportedly meet with Dinamo Zagreb on Monday for Marko Pjaca, battling competition from Manchester City and Inter.
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Inter director Piero Ausilio assured “there’s no problem with Milan” during a bidding war over Monaco’s Geoffrey Kondogbia.
Napoli have reportedly offered €15m for Empoli starlet Riccardo Saponara, though Milan would get 30 per cent.
Maurizio Sarri admits he was always a Napoli fan and called Mirko Valdifiori “one of the best midfielders in Italy.”
It’s reported Inter have a deal with Geoffrey Kondogbia, but Milan agreed terms with Monaco, as the saga drags on.
Paraguay talent Sergio Diaz “gives the priority to Roma,” but there’s an offer from Holland for the Cerro Porteno striker.
According to France Football, Napoli and Genoa are among clubs preparing an offer for Fulham striker Moussa Dembele.
Fiorentina are linked with a €2m move for Sporting Braga defender Andre Pinto.
Verona won’t take up their €4m option on Danish defender Frederik Sorensen, so he can return to Juventus.
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani said he “won’t leave” Monaco until the Geoffrey Kondogbia deal is done, but “Juventus are in the running too.”
Genoa have organised a friendly against Hertha Berlin on August 1 at the Poststadion.
Lyon President Jean-Michel Aulas confirmed Milan defender Adil Rami “is a transfer target.”
Javier Saviola is widely expected to leave Hellas Verona this summer for his old club River Plate.

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