NEWS

Juan Pablo Carrizo’s agent has confirmed that the Lazio-owned goalkeeper is unlikely to return to Catania for next season.
Former Brazilian international Cicinho has joined Sport Club do Recife after his contract at Roma expired.
Liverpool are reportedly ready to make an offer for Fabio Borini once his co-ownership status between Roma and Parma is resolved.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini thinks that goalkeeper Emiliano Viviano will join Fiorentina this summer.
Sacked Fiorentina boss Delio Rossi says he thinks he has the qualities and skills to take charge of a national side.
Udinese have handed former Italian Under-21 international Andrea Coda a new contract at the Stadio Friuli.
The agent of Lorenzo Insigne has confirmed that the youngster will be part of the Napoli squad for 2012-13.
Palermo have revealed that only Napoli have made a bid for Federico Balzaretti – but they turned it down.
Italy’s 1982 World Cup hero Paolo Rossi believes the Azzurri are good enough to beat England in their Euro 2012 quarter-final clash.
Parma have played down reports that they are in pole position to sign Omar El Kaddouri from Brescia.
Inter stopper Lucio will meet with Fenerbahce officials at some stage next week, reports Sky Sport Italia.
Devis Mangia has admitted that he has held talks with Siena about possibly replacing Giuseppe Sannino at the club.
Mathieu Flamini has reportedly told Milan that he is willing to stay at the club – just hours after the outfit announced his departure.
Newly promoted Torino have asked Inter for the loans of defender Andrea Ranocchia and striker Giampaolo Pazzini.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Cristiano Ronaldo proved to be the difference against Czech Republic as Portugal won through in their Euro 2012 quarter-final at the National Stadium.
Adriano Galliani is again talking transfers, this time confirming that the club have taken a decision on who will be left-back for 2012-13.
Sampdoria have reportedly made their contract offer to Rafa Benitez, whilst a decision is expected as soon as next Tuesday.
Leonardo Bonucci has praised England’s defensive solidity in Euro 2012, joked about Daniele De Rossi and advised Mario Balotelli.
Sebastian Giovinco’s much-anticipated return to Juventus has been confirmed, as the Bianconeri announce his transfer on their official website.
Juventus look set to cancel their tour of the United States this summer, in an attempt to maximise preparations for 2012-13.
Everton have been named as the first club to be reportedly interested in Inter’s young striker Luc Castaignos.
Ignazio Abate believes Wayne Rooney and England’s other strikers are a threat to Italy, but that a place in the final is not beyond Italy.
Sporting director Marco Branca has revealed Inter’s transfer philosophy this summer, as well as plans for Mattia Destro, Matias Silvestre and Lucas Moura.
Michele Pazienza has revealed that he probably has no future with Italian champions Juventus.
Juventus, Milan and Inter will fight for the annual Trofeo TIM during the evening of Saturday 21 July, it has been confirmed.
Milan have dismissed fresh links with Kaka and Mario Balotelli by declaring that they need a new defensive midfielder.
Mario Balotelli is caught taking a breather in Italy training – he’s just saving himself for England. Honest…
Ederson has moved a step closer to joining Lazio on a free transfer after he flew into Rome this afternoon.
Palermo have told Inter that they will currently only accept cash in any deal that would see Matias Silvestre move to San Siro.
Sebastian Giovinco would have no hesitation in inheriting the Juventus No 10 shirt from Alessandro Del Piero, says his agent.
Pescara have cooled speculation that they have agreed a deal with Juventus over the sale of Marco Verratti.
Mario Balotelli is expected to return to the starting XI for the England game, but Thiago Motta is an Italian doubt.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic will be the new owner of the Milan No 10 shirt following the departure of Clarence Seedorf.
Juventus insist they have nothing to do with Siena’s decision to sign a half share in striker Mattia Destro.

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