NEWS

Milan goalkeeper Christian Abbiati has no thoughts of retiring from the game at the highest level.
Cristian Chivu’s agent says he knows nothing of reports that Inter want to rescind his client’s contract.
Vladimir Weiss will continue his career in Greece with Olympiacos after spending last season at Pescara.
Emanuele Giaccherini has revealed he should have stepped up to take Italy’s crucial seventh penalty against Spain instead of Leonardo Bonucci.
Gigi Buffon says Italy were just centimetres away from reaching the Confederations Cup Final. “That Andres Iniesta penalty…”
Lorenzo De Silvestri has urged Sampdoria to reach an agreement with Fiorentina in order for him to continue his Marassi adventure.
Napoli chief Aurelio De Laurentiis says he has no intention of holding a meeting with star striker Edinson Cavani about his future.
Parma chief Tommaso Ghirardi expects to complete the transfer of Antonio Cassano from Inter over the next 72 hours.
Two of the three leading contenders to sign Real Madrid’s Jose Callejon are Italian clubs, Marca has claimed on Friday.
Verona boss Andrea Mandorlini has welcomed Massimo Donati to the club and he’s hoping Luca Toni will soon follow him to the Bentegodi.
Newly promoted Verona have confirmed the signing of Alejandro Gonzalez from Atletico Penarol Montevideo.
Italy underlined their potential with their performance in the Confederations Cup semi-final defeat to Spain, says Cesare Prandelli.
Roma are closing in on signing Italian international Alberto Gilardino, according to the Gazzetta dello Sport.
Italy’s Leonardo Bonucci has regrets after his shoot-out miss allowed Spain to progress to the Confederations Cup Final.
Juventus will officially announce the signing of Angelo Ogbonna from city rivals Torino on Monday, claims La Stampa.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Spain goalkeeper Iker Casillas confesses “we were lucky to win” after squeezing past Italy on a shoot-out.
Spain Coach Vicente Del Bosque praised Italy’s performance and admits fatigue made the difference in the long run.
Christian Maggio rued his luck after the shoot-out defeat to Spain, but felt Italy “were superior” for much of the game.
Giorgio Chiellini insists “if there was a team that should’ve won tonight, it was Italy” after a shoot-out defeat to Spain.
Cesare Prandelli said the performance from Italy was “touching” despite the defeat on penalties to Spain.
Italy had numerous chances and tactically muzzled Spain, but were beaten 7-6 on penalties in the Confederations Cup semi-final.
Roma President James Pallotta alerted fans and Daniele De Rossi that “everybody is on the market.”
Italy switch to a three-man defence and rely on Alberto Gilardino as they take on Fernando Torres’ Spain in the Confederations Cup semi-final.
Italy will wear black armbands tonight after former player Stefano Borgonovo lost his battle with motor neurone disease, aged 49.
Aleksandar Kolarov is eager to join Manchester City teammate Carlos Tevez at Juventus. “I want to play regularly.”
“We’ve been in contact with Inter for some time” over Aleksandar Dragovic, confirmed Swiss side Basel.
Milan have been linked with a bid for veteran Manchester United defender Nemaja Vidic.
There are reports Indonesian magnate Erick Thohir has agreed to buy up 40 per cent of Inter from Massimo Moratti.
Chievo confirmed Giuseppe Sannino will be their new Coach “as soon as he resolves his problems with Palermo.”
Gerard Pique is expecting “a very exciting match with a great team” in tonight’s Spain-Italy Confederations Cup semi-final.
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis could buy Leyton Orient, but the current chairman insists he’s had no contact.
Dino Zoff has reflected on why Spain must pay attention to Italy, and also his belief in Alberto Gilardino.
Fiorentina will have to sell Stevan Jovetic if they are to buy Mario Gomez from Bayern Munich, reports have suggested.
Chievo sporting director Giovanni Sartori has revealed that the club are on the verge of completing a deal for new Coach Giuseppe Sannino.

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