NEWS

Juan Cuadrado’s agent will meet with the Fiorentina hierarchy this afternoon to try and establish what his client’s future might be.
Gokhan Inler and Lorenzo Insigne have been asked to forgo some of their summer holidays in order to be fully fit for Napoli’s Champions League play-off.
Roberto Mancini is the definite favourite to take over the Italian national team, it has been claimed this afternoon.
Alvaro Morata’s agent has told reporters that his client is ‘close to Juventus’ after talks with Real Madrid.
Torino President Urbano Cairo has denied suggestions that his meeting with Adriano Galliani was football-related.
Inter and Corinthians are in negotiations for Alexandre Pato, but there is one hurdle the Nerazzurri have to overcome.
Fernando Llorente has praised teammate Carlos Tevez, and admits that he has a new understanding of fitness after joining Juventus.
Kaka has claimed that working with Clarence Seedorf was ‘always a pleasure’ and wishes Pippo Inzaghi all the best at Milan.
Sime Vrsaljko’s agent has confirmed that a meeting between Milan and Genoa will take place this week to discuss his client.
Alberto Gilardino is still to decide whether to accept Guangzhou Evergrande’s proposal, but could do so within the next few hours.
Romelu Lukaku has admitted that he has ‘choices to make’ regarding his future, with a move away from Chelsea looking likely.
Inter have released a unique statement explaining a club rebranding and a redesign to the official team badge.
Verona Coach Andrea Mandorlini has eulogised Juan Manuel Iturbe, comparing the prospective Juventus signing to a Formula 1 car.
Juventus have confirmed the signing of Kingsley Coman, after he was reported as having arrived in Turin for medical tests.
Galatasaray have communicated that Cesare Prandelli will be their new Coach and will be presented to the media tomorrow.
Roma have moved a step closer to signing Ashley Cole, as they confirm his arrival in the Italian capital today.
Chievo have been dealt a blow at the start of the summer transfer window with the resignation of their sporting director Giovanni Sartori.
Cagliari and Lazio reportedly have an agreement in principle for Davide Astori, but await the defender’s answer amid a late Inter push.
Angelo Di Livio has backed Juventus’ interest in Juan Manuel Iturbe and also Roma’s transfer work this summer.
Juventus are apparently set to tie up negotiations for Juan Manuel Iturbe and could have him signed on Wednesday.
Napoli apparently need a year-long agreement in place to use the San Paolo by July 10, or they will play the Champions League Play-off round in Palermo.
Tomas Ujfalusi has outlined Galatasaray’s faith in Cesare Prandelli, and their objectives for the coming season.
Napoli forward Gonzalo Higuain has distanced himself and his agent from summer links with Barcelona.
Douglas Maicon says that Roma are a club to have ‘changed my life’ and one where he will ‘win a Scudetto’.
Roma are expected to tie up Salih Ucan today, sign Ashley Cole to a two-year contract and then turn attention to Urby Emanuelson.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Mexican referee Marco Rodriguez will officate Tuesday’s World Cup Brazil-Germany semi-final.
Fiorentina are being linked with a bid for Manchester United and Belgium midfielder Marouane Fellaini.
Vahid Halilhodzic is no longer the Coach of Algeria and is likely to take over at Trabzonspor.
Sport Mediaset claims Alexandre Pato is returning to San Siro, but this time with an Inter jersey.
Italian sources pour could water over claims Manchester United bid £50m and Nani for Juventus star Arturo Vidal.
Stefano Tacconi claims he should’ve followed Tim Krul’s example and come off the bench for Italy’s 1990 World Cup shoot-out.
Italian media claim Napoli will sign Michu from Swansea on loan with option to buy for €15m within days.
The Codacons has filed a law suit against Luis Suarez for “assault” when biting Giorgio Chiellini.
Lazio continue to await news from Cagliari, but face competition for Davide Astori from Manchester City.

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