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Claudio Marchisio believes playing Croatia behind closed doors will help Italy, although ‘it’s never nice’.
Claudio Marchisio welcomes Sami Khedira to Juventus, and hopes Carlos Tevez and Andrea Pirlo will stay.
Several sources claim Milan are ready to pay Jackson Martinez’s €35m release clause, and a deal could even be completed today.
Paulo Dybala says he’s not thinking about his €40m pricetag, and is concentrated on proving his worth for Juventus.
Massimiliano Allegri is meeting with Juventus today, with a new contract for the Coach expected to be announced.
Parma have been given permission to negotiate for a private sale of the club at a hearing today.
Jackson Martinez’s agent says the Milan target’s future is ‘pretty much decided’ and he’ll join ‘a big European club’.
Adriano Galliani is once again in Portugal, attempting to negotiate a deal for Porto’s Jackson Martinez.
Alessandro Lucarelli admits Parma are drinking in the last chance saloon, as he arrives for a crucial hearing.
Atletico Madrid Coach Diego Simeone says that his club are in talks with Juventus striker Carlos Tevez, who he describes as ‘ideal.’
Fifa have announced that the bidding process for the 2026 World Cup will be postponed due to ongoing investigations.
Inter are reportedly considering offering Marco Andreolli, Yuto Nagatomo and George Puscas to Sampdoria in exchange for Italy international Eder.
New Juventus signing Sami Khedira says he is excited to play for a club ‘full of champions’ that has such a ‘great history’.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito is reportedly being investigated for attempted extortion.
Juventus and Cagliari have reportedly reached an agreement over the sale of Belgium international Radja Nainggolan.
Reports in Spain suggest that Juventus striker Carlos Tevez has told the club he intends to leave this summer.
Reports say that Fiorentina have targeted former Parma Coach Roberto Donadoni as their number one choice to succeed Vincenzo Montella.
Napoli striker Gonzalo Higuain is reportedly wanted by big clubs in England, Spain and France, but he will not go cheaply.
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Napoli are reportedly delaying the Maurizio Sarri contract to see if Vincenzo Montella would be available.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic reportedly told Milan he wants a return, so now the club must contact Paris Saint-Germain.
Bologna Coach Delio Rossi and his players felt they “deserved” promotion into Serie A via the play-offs.
The list of 20 clubs who will be in Serie A for 2015-16 is now complete, as Bologna, Carpi and Frosinone are promoted.
Bologna are back in Serie A one year after their relegation thanks to a dramatic 1-1 play-off result with Pescara.
Fiorentina patron Diego Della Valle admits Vincenzo Montella’s dismissal was “a disappointment we didn’t expect.”
Parma’s future will be decided on Wednesday, as either they’ll go bankrupt or be allowed to negotiate a private sale.
The Mateo Kovacic to Liverpool reports continue to circulate, but Inter won’t accept less than €25m.
Alberto Aquilani is leaving Fiorentina as a free agent, but the ex-Liverpool midfielder has “interest from abroad.”
Palermo are believed to be closing on a deal with Roma for 23-year-old creative midfielder Federico Viviani.
Fiorentina have reportedly abandoned Paulo Sousa talks, so Roberto Donadoni or Torino’s Giampiero Ventura are favourites.
Lorenzo De Silvestri hopes his versatility can help Italy against Croatia and Portugal, but his club future is up in the air.
Bologna owner Joe Tacopina advised MLB legend Mike Piazza to buy Parma. “It’s a splendid opportunity.”
Gigi Buffon and Marco Verratti are “under observation” by Italy medics, but major doubts to face Croatia.
Udinese confirm “Napoli, Inter and Juventus” are all interested in signing Allan, “but we don’t need to sell.”
Juventus defender Martin Caceres is expected to sign a contract renewal until June 2018.

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