NEWS

Italy have a plethora of injuries ahead of today’s Confederations Cup match with Uruguay, including some late additions.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Edinson Cavani admits the constant transfer speculation “is disturbing me” ahead of Uruguay’s match with Italy.
Uruguay Coach Oscar Washington Tabarez thinks “anything could happen” in the Confederations Cup clash with Italy.
Cesare Prandelli “admires Uruguay’s spirit” and concedes Italy have an injury crisis for Sunday’s Confederations Cup third place final.
Fernando Llorente will be in Turin on Monday for his medical, then hold a Press conference at the Juventus Stadium.
Leonardo Bonucci admits “it’ll be difficult to forget” his penalty miss against Spain, but it “triggered something in me.”
Mario Yepes confirmed he is leaving Milan “by mutual consent” and is likely to return to Colombia.
Udinese have officially signed Paraguayan forward Carlos Javier Acuna Caballero, who will join Watford on loan.
Former Inter, Fiorentina and Roma striker Adriano is without a team and his former agent has said: “I fear for his life.”
Milan risk losing out on Keisuke Honda, as they are hesitating and Everton prepare to swoop for the CSKA Moscow star.
Italy Under-21 defender Giulio Donati criticised Inter and other Serie A clubs for not having “faith” in young Italian players.
Milan chief Adriano Galliani confirms he’ll meet Stephan El Shaarawy on Tuesday and believes Italy would’ve beaten Spain with Mario Balotelli.
Andrea Pirlo is short-listed for the Confederations Cup Golden Ball along with Neymar, Paulinho, Andres Iniesta, Sergio Ramos and Luis Suarez.
As expected, Santos goalkeeper Rafael is ready to complete his €5m move to Napoli “imminently.”
Graziano Pellè “really hopes to be in Brazil next year” for the World Cup with Italy after scoring 27 goals for Feyenoord this season.
Livorno “are very close to an agreement” with Inter for young starlets Francesco Bardi and Marco Benassi.
Atletico Madrid President Enrique Cerezo confirmed negotiations with Catania for Alejandro ‘Papu’ Gomez.
Juventus fans have taken Carlos Tevez to their hearts, as his Number 10 jersey is flying out of the club shop.
World Cup winner Simone Perrotta confirmed he is going to hang up his boots, but would like to stay at Roma.
Mediaset claim Edinson Cavani agreed £7.2m per season wages with Chelsea, but must now convince Napoli to lower his price-tag.
As Arsenal, Fiorentina and Roma tussle over Julio Cesar, the Giallorossi consider Valencia goalkeeper Diego Alves instead.
Genoa confirmed they are in talks with Roma to swap Alberto Gilardino for Marco Borriello. “We’ll see if it can be done.”
Fiorentina general manager Sandro Mencucci confirms interest in Mario Gomez and that Juventus are still tracking Stevan Jovetic.
Andre Dias has “turned down an offer from Atletico Mineiro” because he wants to stay at Lazio.
Juventus are battling Inter to bring in Manchester City full-back Aleksandar Kolarov, valued at £6m.
Bjorn Kuipers will officiate the Confederations Cup Final Brazil-Spain, while Djamel Haimoudi is the referee for Uruguay-Italy.
Liverpool have reportedly stepped up their attempts to sign Hellas Verona’s Italian-Brazilian starlet Jorginho.
Andrea Pirlo won over more fans during the Confederations Cup and it’s reported Carlo Ancelotti wants a reunion at Real Madrid.
Sunderland are reportedly in talks for Inter youngsters Alfred Duncan and Ibrahima Mbaye.
Josip Ilicic has offers from Bayer Leverkusen and the Premier League, but the Palermo man’s agent insists “he wants to stay in Italy.”
It is now confirmed Andrea Pirlo and Andrea Barzagli will miss the Confederations Cup clash with Uruguay.
The dates of the Serie A and Coppa Italia calendar have been confirmed, as the League starts on August 25 and concludes on May 18 2014.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Fiorentina could make a summer move for former Inter goalkeeper Julio Cesar, reports in the Italian media have suggested.

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