NEWS

Inter could make a sensational move for Barcelona man Cesc Fabregas, if reports in the Italian media are to be believed.
Reports in the Florentine Press have suggested this morning that Adem Ljajijc is on the verge of signing an extension with Fiorentina.
Paris Saint-Germain boss Laurent Blanc believes that Edinson Cavani is theirs, but is not fretting over the delayed move.
Roma and Paris Saint-Germain are ‘not far away’ from reaching a deal over young defender Marquinhos.
Stefano Sorrentino's agent has revealed that the goalkeeper could join any number of Serie A clubs this summer.
The Roma hierarchy have been stirred by Francesco Totti’s comments earlier this week, and will offer the captain a new contract.
Juventus are ready to make a new approach for Manchester City defender Aleksandar Kolarov, reports claim.
Robinho has hit back at claims that his demands were 'too excessive' to join Santos this summer.
Luca Antonini is being targeted by French side Monaco, reports in the Italian Press have suggested.
Today's front-page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Italian media claim Roma are increasing their bid for Gervinho, close to matching Arsenal’s €8m asking price.
Fiorentina are in pre-season training, so Giuseppe Rossi and Joaquin Sanchez impressed fans with their skills.
There are reports Fiorentina have agreed a €10m deal with Palermo for trequartista Josip Ilicic.
M’Baye Niang is certainly not short on confidence. “I want to become stronger than Mario Balotelli, while Milan are better than Juventus.”
There are growing reports that Arsenal are preparing a £10.3m bid for Milan full-back Ignazio Abate.
Genoa have officially signed Sime Vrsaljko from Dinamo Zagreb and Senegalese striker Moussa Konate.
Lazio Coach Vladimir Petkovic believes his team is “more complete” this season and can beat Juventus for the Italian Super Cup.
Santos invite Robinho to make a sacrifice after revealing the Milan striker’s move only collapsed because of his wage demands.
Massimo Ambrosini will aim to “bring enthusiasm” to Fiorentina, but admits “I expected Milan to at least talk to me...”
Alessandro Del Piero and Sydney FC will be in Italy for three weeks of pre-season training in August.
Genoa have officially beaten West Ham and Southampton to signing Senegal international Moussa Konate.
Juventus have officially bought out Genoa’s half of Ciro Immobile and handed the striker to Torino in a co-ownership deal.
Free agent Fabrizio Miccoli could join Alessandro Del Piero in Australia, as he is in advanced talks with Melbourne Victory.
Catania are furious after Maxi Lopez failed to attend pre-season training, as his agent described talks with Torino.
Arturo Vidal thanked Real Madrid for their interest, “but Juventus is my home.” Meanwhile, Beppe Marotta denies interest in Alessandro Diamanti.
Parma have slammed the door on Inter defender Matias Silvestre. “We only want players who are enthusiastic about us.”
Carlos Tevez already realised Juventus and Serie A are going to be tough. “I’ll certainly have to run much more than in England...”
Hugo Campagnaro joined Walter Mazzarri at Inter, but insists “it was a coincidence. I know him perfectly by now.”
Cagliari insist Manchester United and Napoli have no chance of signing Davide Astori for £10m. “He is not on the market.”
Napoli are closing in on Leandro Damiao after Internacional warned “if they want him he’s going to cost €25m.”
Inter director Piero Ausilio confirms talks with PSG for Gregory Van der Wiel, but problems for Mauricio Isla and Radja Nainggolan.
Adem Ljajic has become Milan’s prime transfer target this summer, but reports today suggest he could be persuaded to renew with Fiorentina.
Daniele De Rossi is edging closer to a move to Chelsea, with Il Romanista reporting that a deal is on the verge of being agreed.
Full-back Lorenzo De Silvestri will return for another season-long loan at Sampdoria, the club have confirmed.
Edinson Cavani is set to have a medical at Paris Saint-Germain on Monday before completing his move to the French club.

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