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Reports in Belgium claim Axel Witsel has agreed a deal to move from Zenit St Petersburg to Milan.
It’s reported Watford are on the verge of signing Zdravko Kuzmanovic and Davide Santon from Inter for €10m.
It’s reported Boca Juniors have moved a step closer to signing Carlos Tevez from Juventus, after including Guido Vadala in the deal.
The agent of Sassuolo full-back Sime Vrsaljko says his client would be ‘thrilled’ to move to Napoli.
Turkish media report Fredy Guarin is set to move to Fenerbahce, but his agent says they’ve ‘never contacted’ him.
Duvan Zapata’s agent admits ‘the time has come to leave Napoli’, and reveals ‘concrete proposals from four or five teams’.
Lukas Podolski has admitted ‘it was a mistake to go to Inter’ in January, and says he’s returning to Arsenal ‘to play’.
Milan have initiated talks over a transfer for Zenit St Petersburg midfielder Axel Witsel, according to reports.
Former Inter President Massimo Moratti says the signing of Geoffrey Kondogbia ‘resembles the arrival of Ronaldo’.
Reports in Italy suggest Liverpool have made an offer for Inter’s Mateo Kovacic, but have been rejected.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero has said he would have kept Samuel Eto’o ahead of his expected move to Antalyaspor.
Udinese are reportedly on the verge of agreeing a deal to sign out-of-contract Juventus winger Simone Pepe.
The agent of Milan target Jackson Martinez has confirmed he has signed for Atletico Madrid, ruling out a last-minute turnaround.
Reports in Argentina suggest that former Roma striker Pablo Osvaldo’s agent has offered the player to Lazio, with Fiorentina an alternative.
Spanish reports say that Roma have had a €25m bid for Sevilla striker Carlos Bacca turned down, as Milan weigh up an offer.
Lazio have announced the termination of Diego Novaretti’s contract ahead of an expected move to Mexican club Leon.
The agent of Milan target Arda Turan has said the Atletico Madrid star won’t consider a move to Milan as they aren’t in the Champions League.
Xherdan Shaqiri could reportedly be on the way out from Inter after only six months at San Siro.
Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani has reportedly spoken to Napoli striker Gonzalo Higuain’s brother about a possible move to the Rossoneri.
Reports say Juventus and Napoli have begun a bidding war for Empoli midfielder Riccardo Saponara.
Chelsea winger Mohamed Salah will reportedly meet with Fiorentina today to decide on his future, with Juventus and Inter lurking.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport. 
According to Sky Sport Italia, Roma have finally agreed to pay €22m for half of Cagliari midfielder Radja Nainggolan.
Luiz Adriano’s agent confirms “Roma, Inter and Milan are truly interested, but it all depends on Shakhtar Donetsk.”
There are multiple reports that Roma striker Mattia Destro has accepted a transfer to Monaco for €14m plus bonuses.
There are reports Andrea Pirlo has decided to join New York City FC next month rather than stay at Juventus until January.
England Under-21 manager Gareth Southgate warns his side not to be “toothless” against Italy, but suffers another injury blow.
According to Italian reports, Juventus will meet with Boca Juniors for Carlos Tevez tomorrow after failing to agree terms.
Roma have officially bought out Genoa’s half of midfielder Andrea Bertolacci for €8.5m.
Empoli director Marcello Carli confirms Juventus and Napoli are interested in Riccardo Saponara, but “€15m is not enough.”
Geoffrey Kondogbia’s agent insists he turned down more money from England, Spain and Milan, but “he wanted Inter.”
Juventus have taken up their option to sign Roberto Pereyra from Udinese for €14m plus performance-related bonuses.
Jackson Martinez “thanks Milan, but he preferred the Atletico Madrid project,” confirmed the Porto striker’s agent.
Italy midfielder Marco Benassi does not think England are “over-rated” ahead of tomorrow’s European Under-21 Championship clash.
Boca Juniors could offer Palermo target Jonathan Calleri to Juventus as part of their deal for Carlos Tevez.

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