NEWS

Reports in England say Manchester City’s Yaya Toure will turn down offers from Inter and China to stay in the Premier League.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Multiple reports claim Dani Alves will sign a two-year contract with Juventus, leaving Barcelona for free due to a special clause.
Leonardo tips Atletico Madrid for the Champions League, but believes Diego Simeone on the Inter bench “is possible.”
Bari fought back from 3-0 down to force extra time, but Novara snatched a late 4-3 victory to reach the Serie B promotion play-off semi-finals.
Pescara striker Gianluca Lapadula reveals he’ll delay deciding between Italy and Peru until he “understands what la Blanquiroja means.”
Silvio Berlusconi confirmed Mario Balotelli, Alex, Philippe Mexes and Kevin-Prince Boateng will leave Milan this summer.
Ex-Lazio Coach Stefano Pioli is said to be in negotiations to take over at Anderlecht.
Silvio Berlusconi said Chinese investors “want me to stay for three years and direct the Milan transfer strategy.”
Sassuolo director Giovanni Carnevali confirms Juventus must decide on Domenico Berardi and Napoli are an option for Sime Vrsaljko.
Jose Maria Callejon offered himself to Barcelona, claims Sport, but Napoli want €30m and the offer is at most €18m.
Cadena Ser claim Dani Alves will leave Barcelona as a free agent to sign a three-year contract with Juventus.
Ivan Juric took Crotone to historic promotion, but confirms “I hope the clubs agree so I can become Genoa Coach.”
Christian Maggio could reunite with Walter Mazzarri at Watford, “but first we must talk to Napoli.”
Gian Piero Gasperini concedes “Genoa made different choices” and he is looking for a new club “that really wants me.”
Walter Mazzarri has been “fortified” by his Inter experience and chose Watford because “they are in line with my idea of football.”
Silvio Berlusconi intends to “sell Milan, but it must be a wise and correct decision” and hinted he’ll stay at the club.
After Chelsea, now Manchester United have reportedly met with Roma defender Kostas Manolas, but he has a €40m price-tag.
Sebastian Giovinco was “upset” at missing out on Euro 2016, but stood up for Toronto FC and MLS standards.
Ciro Immobile’s agent can only wait for Torino to “make a decision” on whether to make his move from Sevilla permanent.
Antonio Sanabria’s agent noted “nothing is decided” on his future, but “the final word is down to Roma.”
Daniele De Rossi skipped training today with an Achilles problem, while Italy will face the Fiorentina youth team in a friendly tomorrow.
Gonzalo Higuain gave short shrift to questions on his future after the Copa America. “When I'm finished here, I’ll dedicate myself to Napoli.”
Newly-appointed Torino Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic reportedly wants to bring Juraj Kucka with him from Milan.
Brazilian goalkeeper Alisson isn’t joining Roma to be a backup - “I’m going there to play”.
Jeison Murillo admits “there are some regrets” over Inter’s failure to qualify for the Champions League.
Markus Henriksen’s agent claims Milan and Napoli are interested in the AZ Alkmaar midfielder.
Chinese television claims to have revealed four of the potential Milan investors.
Spanish reports quote Barcelona officials as declaring Juventus target Javier Mascherano “not for sale”.
Roma midfielder Kevin Strootman assures “my knee is fine, the fear is gone”.
Javier Zanetti confirms Inter “go forward” with Roberto Mancini but “we need some reinforcements”.
The FIGC reiterates a new Italy CT and technical director will be announced before Euro 2016.
Italy defender Leonardo Bonucci wants to “turn this initial skepticism into joy” at Euro 2016.
Leonardo Bonucci discusses Mario Balotelli - “he had to change and unfortunately he hasn’t yet done so”.
Leonardo Bonucci urges Italy to “work and stay humble” ahead of Euro 2016, and rules-out leaving Juventus.