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Bologna set new Ramirez terms
Bologna have reportedly set the price-tag for Southampton to sign Gaston Ramirez - €15m in two instalments.
Ferrara: 'Samp elimination hurts'
Ciro Ferrara admits “it hurts” to be eliminated on penalties after Sampdoria’s Coppa Italia adventure ended at the first hurdle.
Juve increase Llorente offer
Juventus have reportedly raised their offer for Fernando Llorente to €18m after Athletic Bilbao hesitated.
Pazzini 'waiting for best option'
Giampaolo Pazzini is linked with swap deals for Antonio Cassano or Walter Gargano, but insists “I am waiting for the best option.”
De Rossi: Yes or no to Man City?
There are conflicting reports in Italy as to whether or not Daniele De Rossi and Roma are willing to accept Manchester City’s £35m offer.
Juventus swoop for Maicon?
In a shock twist, Tuttosport claims Juventus will swoop for Inter’s Douglas Maicon if Stephan Lichtsteiner joins PSG.
Man City's Jovetic bid rejected
Italian newspapers claim Fiorentina turned down a Manchester City offer for Stevan Jovetic this weekend.
Strama: 'Maicon best in the world, but...'
Andrea Stramaccioni expects more Inter signings this summer and insists Douglas Maicon “is the best in the world, but we’ll have to see what happens.”
Montella: 'Fiorentina work in progress'
Vincenzo Montella was impressed with Fiorentina’s Coppa Italia win against Novara, although “we are a work in progress.”
Catania close on Rolin
Catania are thought to be on the verge of securing Nacional Montevideo defender Alexis Rolin for €5m, but the agent warns “it’s not concluded yet.”
Agent: 'Inter could've had Lucas'
Inter could’ve signed Lucas Moura for €25m “several weeks ago,” reveals his agent after a €44.5m transfer to PSG.
Pabon's Parma pulverise Panionios
Parma boosted pre-season confidence with a 3-1 victory over Greek side Panionios as Dorlan Pabon bagged a hat-trick.
Palacio at the double for Inter
Birthday boy Esteban Cambiasso and a Rodrigo Palacio brace allowed Inter to crush Tunisian side Club Athletique Bizertin 3-0.
What the papers say...
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Coppa: Genoa and Samp crash out
Sampdoria and Genoa crashed out of the Coppa Italia on penalties, Catania and Cagliari squeezed through, but Chievo were on song and Torino won a six-goal thriller with Lecce.
Marquinhos 'to start Inter-Roma'
Marquinhos is setting out for Roma and his brother claims Zdenek Zeman assured “he could play on September 2 against Inter.”
Coppa: Fiorentina go through
Fiorentina are through to the Fourth Round of the Coppa Italia after a 2-0 victory over Novara.
Ambrosini out of Trofeo Berlusconi
Milan are without Massimo Ambrosini and Philippe Mexes for tomorrow’s Trofeo Berlusconi against Juventus.
Udinese give Watford win
Watford started the Championship with a 3-2 victory away to Crystal Palace and had two Udinese-owned players to thank for it.
Pirlo and Buffon miss Milan
Juventus have left behind Andrea Pirlo and Gianluigi Buffon for tomorrow night’s Trofeo Berlusconi match with Milan.
Lotito hits back at Lazio criticism
Lazio President Claudio Lotito hit back at criticism of their transfer strategy, denied Hernanes and Mauro Zarate are on the market, but “we will sign someone in defence.”
Robinho changes Milan shirt
Robinho has changed his shirt number with Milan for the new season, inheriting Alexandre Pato’s No 7.
Pepe: 'Don't be bitter...'
Simone Pepe sent a message to Napoli Coach Walter Mazzarri after his furious Press conference. “Don’t be bitter, it’s the taking part that counts!”
Saints start again for Ramirez
Bologna put a stop to Gaston Ramirez’s move to Southampton, but Italian media report they’re starting negotiations from scratch.
Official: Estigarribia to Samp
Marcelo Estigarribia has now officially completed his move to Sampdoria after spending last season at Juventus.
Allegri: 'Cassano? We'll see'
Massimiliano Allegri prepares Milan for tomorrow’s clash with Juventus and won’t rule out Antonio Cassano’s departure. “We’ll see what happens.”
Mazzarri: 'I wanted to quit after Juve'
Napoli Coach Walter Mazzarri has revealed the extent of his fury after the Super Cup defeat to Juventus. “I wanted to resign. We were right not to attend the ceremony.”
Ancelotti: 'PSG don't want Lichtsteiner'
Carlo Ancelotti insists it’s “not remotely true” that PSG are making a bid for Juventus right-back Stephan Lichtsteiner.
Pirlo doubt to face Milan
Andrea Pirlo could miss out on Sunday’s Trofeo Berlusconi match against Milan, as the Juventus midfielder is nursing a knock.
Bielsa freezes out Llorente
Athletic Bilbao boss Marcelo Bielsa has frozen out Juventus target Fernando Llorente after a protest from fans.
Milan consider Mutu?
Adrian Mutu is said to be the latest transfer target to reinforce Milan’s attack.
Inter and Juve watch Walcott talks
Arsene Wenger confirms Arsenal are yet to agree a new contract with Theo Walcott, opening the door to Inter and Juventus.
Roma clinch Marquinhos
Roma have reportedly clinched a deal for Corinthians central defender Marquinhos worth €5m.
Inter push for double Porto deal
Inter are looking for a double deal with Porto, snapping up both Alvaro Pereira for €10.5m and Fernando on loan.
Llorente 'chooses' Juventus
It’s reported Fernando Llorente has chosen Juventus, so they await a deal with Athletic Bilbao, but Manchester City’s Edin Dzeko remains an option too.
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