NEWS

Italy’s Euro 2012 squad visited the Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland on Wednesday morning.
Luca Marrone admits that he has no idea whether he will stay with Italian champions Juventus for the 2012-13 campaign.
Mauricio Isla claims that he doesn’t know for sure where he will be playing next season after Juventus made a bid for his services.
Clarence Seedorf is reportedly on the verge of joining Brazilian club Botafogo as his Milan contract runs down.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini isn’t expecting a summer transfer session to remember. “There is no money.”
Roma are considering making an offer for injured Villarreal striker Giuseppe Rossi, according to Sky Sport Italia.
The agent Sebastian Giovinco is puzzled as to why Parma and Juventus have still not made a decision on the player’s future.
Inter and Juventus did battle on the transfer market yesterday in their bid to sign Marco Verratti from Pescara.
Roma may no longer be interested in signing Fernando Gago – but Serie A rivals Inter allegedly are.
Ex-Juventus man Amauri could be wearing black and white again next season after talks were held between Udinese and his agent.
Palermo haven’t yet contacted Siena regarding striker Emanuele Calaio, but the switch remains a possibility.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has used a post-match interview to refute rumours of a proposed mega money move to Paris Saint-Germain.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Daniele De Rossi warns Italy to take it “one step at a time,” as their plans in the last World Cup went horribly wrong, and relives their last Euro meeting with Spain.
Udinese have “categorically” denied a deal with Juventus for Mauricio Isla and Kwadwo Asamoah, but confirmed “advanced negotiations.”
Ezequiel Lavezzi is likely heading to PSG and Luis Suarez thinks that’s best. “Inter need a striker who scores goals.”
Marco Materazzi has blasted those who took part in the betting scandal as “pathetic, as they are either stupid or sick,” but hasn’t got much hope for Euro 2012.
Juventus have agreed a double swoop for Udinese pair Kwadwo Asamoah and Mauricio Isla, according to Tuttosport.
Mario Balotelli shook off his injury to score a hat-trick in today’s first Krakow game between ranks, as Italy tested out the 3-5-2 system for Spain.
Reports in France suggest Roma are very close to signing Moussa Sissoko from Toulouse. “They are a great club and he’s ready for this move.”
Tottenham Hotspur star Rafael Van Der Vaart admits he would “like to play in Italy,” as he has a “good feeling” about Serie A.
Stephan El Shaarawy would “not be frightened” if Zlatan Ibrahimovic left Milan and he stepped up the pecking order, said his agent.
It’s reported that Gian Piero Gasperini’s meeting with Pescara went well, so he could be Zdenek Zeman’s replacement.
“After six years at Inter, the time may well have come for Douglas Maicon to change scenery,” announced his agent.
Cesare Prandelli said he’ll wait “until the last minute” for Andrea Barzagli to recover and will use an adaptable system against Spain with Daniele De Rossi in defence.
Italy legend Gianni Rivera hopes the betting scandal can “eliminate the bad apples” from the calcio system.
Roma director general Franco Baldini insists Zdenek Zeman was not a second choice and hasn’t been barred from talking about referees.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Thiago Silva “are 99.9 per cent sure of staying” at Milan, declared Vice-President Adriano Galliani.
Zdenek Zeman has held his first press conference as new Coach of Roma. “I knew that sooner or later I would’ve returned here.”
Fiorentina have begun reinforcing the squad by officially signing 21-year-old Egyptian international Ahmed Hegazy.
Juventus have reportedly dropped their interest in Radja Nainggolan and will pursue other avenues in the summer transfer market.
Delio Rossi has refused to confirm or deny rumours that he is in talks with Catania about becoming their next Coach.
New Roma Coach Zdenek Zeman is reportedly keen to reignite his personal interest in Napoli’s Eduardo Vargas.
Massimiliano Allegri has admitted that another 10 years in the game will be enough to take him to early retirement.
Genoa’s new sporting director Pietro Lo Monaco has confirmed that the club will not be signing Giuseppe Sculli on a permanent deal.

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