NEWS

Juventus President Andrea Agnelli insists it’s time to forget last season’s success. “We now have to aim for new targets.”
Napoli are in discussions with Morgan De Sanctis and Hugo Campagnaro about extending their contracts.
Malaga’s Enzo Maresca will become a Sampdoria player by next Tuesday, reports Sky Sport Italia.
Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon insists that his club will start their Champions League campaign with the intention of winning it.
Serie A is set to lose another of its budding talents after Bologna reportedly accepted a €15m bid from Southampton for Gaston Ramirez.
The Gazzetta dello Sport is today speculating that Inter and Napoli could complete a swap deal involving Giampaolo Pazzini and Walter Gargano.
Inter are surprisingly being paired with available Roma striker Marco Borriello by the Gazzetta dello Sport.
Steve Von Bergen is close to joining Palermo from Genoa in a swap deal which will also involve Alexandros Tzorvas.
Udinese have become the latest Serie A club to be linked with Sampdoria captain Angelo Palombo.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Milan youngster Mattia De Sciglio is keen to make another Italy squad soon, despite not featuring against England last night.
Udinese Coach Francesco Guidolin is wary of the threat Braga pose in next week's Champions League qualifier.
The annual encounter between Juventus' A and B sides at Villar Perosa has ended 5-1 in favour of the former.
Juventus patron John Elkann has issued a withering retort to Roma boss Zdenek Zeman's criticism of Bianconeri Coach Antonio Conte.
Francesco Lodi has effectively killed off the idea of a Milan switch by insisting Catania will decide his future.
Bari have become the latest Serie B side to be paired with available Juventus goalkeeper Nicola Leali.
Inter midfielder Fredy Guarin has revealed that his club are keen on his former Porto teammate Fernando.
Palermo will not be replacing Federico Balzaretti with Atalanta’s Federico Peluso. “He’s too expensive.”
Serie A side Catania have confirmed their squad numbers for the 2012-13 campaign.
Juan Jesus is ready to make an impact at Inter – after making just one appearance for the club since his arrival.
The agent of Lorenzo Insigne has admitted that his client is waiting for a call to the full Italian international side.
Milan are still a side to be respected despite their summer revolution, says former Rossonero Alexander Merkel.
Sevilla’s Alvaro Negredo could be targeted by Juventus if the latter fail to sign Fernando Llorente, reports AS.
Claudio Marchisio could step into the void left at Juventus by the departure of Alessandro Del Piero, says a former club President.
Newly promoted Torino are reportedly showing an interest in Bulgarian international striker Valeri Bojinov.
Alvaro Pereira has refused to comment on speculation that he is wanted by Napoli and Inter. “I’m just focused on Porto.”
Diego Forlan has defended his one and only campaign with Italian giants Inter. “Nobody did well last season.”
Italy midfielder Alberto Aquilani isn’t too disappointed with last night’s 2-1 friendly defeat to England. “It was useful.”
Juventus could face competition from Arsenal for Fernando Llorente after the duo lost Robin Van Persie.
Antonio Nocerino felt like an “old man” in the new-look Italy side that fell to England. “We have a great future ahead of us, but also a great present.”
Alexandre Pato scored twice in Brazil’s 3-0 demolition of Sweden, while Holland flopped again and Fabio Capello and Didier Deschamps made their debuts.
Diego Fabbrini was one of six Italy players who got their first cap against England. “These have been the three most important days of my career.”
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Jermain Defoe had a special dedication after his winning goal for Italy, while Tom Cleverley enjoyed his England debut.
Federico Peluso reveals what was going through his head when he almost scored against England. “I thought too much.”

TODAY'S FRONT PAGES