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Samir Handanovic says it didn’t take long for him and Udinese to accept an offer from Italian giants Inter.
Brescia youngster Omar El Kaddouri is hoping to have his future resolved over the next 24 hours.
Manchester City’s Mario Balotelli could one day win the Golden Ball, says Euro 2012 teammate Antonio Di Natale.
Serie A side Fiorentina have confirmed the signing of Mounir El Hamdaoui from Dutch club Ajax.
Juventus have explained the reasoning behind their decision to withdraw the gold stars from their new jerseys which were unveiled on Wednesday.
Matias Silvestre says he is ready to replace Lucio at Inter after completing his transfer from Palermo.
Pippo Inzaghi may continue his playing career with former club Atalanta after leaving Milan last month.
The future of Zlatan Ibrahimovic at Milan is again in doubt after his agent met with Adriano Galliani this morning.
Reports in Italy are suggesting that Juventus have enquired about the transfer status of Giampaolo Pazzini.
Former Fiorentina playmaker Fabio Liverani thinks Juventus should sign Edinson Cavani rather than Stevan Jovetic.
Palermo boss Giuseppe Sannino insists he was well aware of the talent of Federico Balzaretti – even before his impressive Euro 2012.
Pescara teenager Marco Verratti will touch down in France on Monday ahead of a move to Paris Saint-Germain, reports L’Equipe.
Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri has taken a swipe at Juventus’ fight for their Calciopoli titles, but admits his side are missing an Andrea Pirlo like player.
Russian giants Anzhi are looking to again raid Inter for one of their best players – this time the creative Wesley Sneijder.
Paul Pogba is excited by the prospect of playing in a Juventus midfield alongside Andrea Pirlo and Claudio Marchisio.
Roma boss Zdenek Zeman has reportedly given his club the green light to sell Fabio Borini to Liverpool.
Swiss defender Steve Von Bergen has expressed his satisfaction upon signing for Genoa.
Andrea Cossu's agent has strongly rebuked talk of a move to Watford for the Cagliari playmaker.
New Fiorentina boss Vincenzo Montella has his eye on former Catania pupil Gonzalo Bergessio.
Former Milan striker Maxi Lopez's move from Catania to Sampdoria has been confirmed.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Angelo Palombo is surprisingly being linked with a move to Juventus this summer and his agent does not rule it out.
Houssine Kharja is no longer a Fiorentina player after the club confirmed that they had rescinded his contract.
Nicola Legrottaglie has warned his Catania teammates not to repeat the form shown at the end of last season going into 2012-13.
Genoa and Siena will hold a ‘short meeting’ to resolve the co-ownership issue over in-demand striker Mattia Destro.
Inter’s hopes of signing Brazilian midfielder Paulinho are again in doubt, as Corinthians’ sporting director reflects that the player may turn them down.
Despite speculation growing that Bologna will sell Gaston Ramirez this summer, Coach Stefano Pioli is hopeful that he will stay.
Mounir El Hamdaoui is in Florence this afternoon to undergo a medical and discuss personal terms ahead of a move to Fiorentina.
Michael Bradley’s move from Chievo to Roma is only lacking minor details before completion, confirms sporting director Giovanni Sartori.
Gennaro Gattuso will one day return to Milan, although in what capacity it remains unclear, says his agent today.
Bakaye Traore has been presented to the Press on his second day as a Milan player and declares that he is more than just a defensive midfielder.
As Marco Verratti remains just a step away from closing on a deal to join French side Paris Saint-Germain, his agent takes a swipe at Serie A.
Roma have reached an agreement with Genoa to sign Greek youngster Panagiotis Tachtsidis on a co-ownership basis.
Fabio Borini’s agent has confirmed that the young striker will consider leaving Roma this summer to sign for Liverpool.
Brazilian youngster Dodo has revealed why he opted to join Italian club Roma from Corinthians this summer.

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