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Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon discusses the end of his career and praises Napoli's Lorenzo Insigne: 'He can take the Azzurri to the next level.'
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Il Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Inter would sign Real Madrid's Karim Benzema among many others if they made it to the Champions League, say reports.
Milan are attempting a shock move to steal Azzurri Coach Antonio Conte from his future team Chelsea.
Manchester United and Manchester City are reportedly in a derby to sign Torino's Nikola Maksimovic.
Barcelona, Real Madrid, Manchester City and Manchester United are after Gianluigi Donnarumma, and reports suggest Milan may sell him.
Goalkeeper Samir Handanovic says Inter is 'his football university', whilst refusing to give up on the Champions League objective.
Genoa have narrowed down the post-Gian Piero Gasperini era to Massimo Oddo and Ivan Juric.
Francesco Guidolin reveals he was close to the Italy bench before Antonio Conte and has what it takes, but also turned down Napoli.
Francesco Guidolin reveals why he chose Swansea City and how he views Claudio Ranieri’s Leicester City miracle.
Roberto Stellone played for Torino and could return there as a Coach after his impressive work at Frosinone.
Lazio have alerted Sassuolo to interest in two of their key players, Nicola Sansone and Simone Missiroli.
Galatasaray confirmed if Inter don’t activate their option on Alex Telles, “then we’ll transfer him somewhere else.”
Gigi De Canio is “100 per cent sure” Udinese will avoid relegation and feels Antonio Di Natale “could’ve played for Barcelona.”
Juventus could be set to give Paulo Dybala a pay rise already to stop him being tempted by foreign clubs.
Marco Benassi warned “victory is obligatory” when the Italy Under-21 side visit Andorra on Tuesday.
Valencia are the latest club interested in Antonio Sanabria, who can’t stop scoring for Sporting Gijon during his loan from Roma.
Inter are stepping up their attempts to sign Antonio Candreva for €22m, but Milan and Juventus remain contenders too.
Tuttosport claim Juventus are in talks for Edinson Cavani and Isco so they can truly challenge for the Champions League.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Germany threw away a 2-0 lead to lose 3-2 at home to England ahead of Tuesday’s friendly against Italy.
Bari won an extraordinary 4-3 thriller away to Salernitana after fumbling a 3-1 lead in the space of four minutes and flew into joint fourth place.
Juventus are eyeing Sassuolo’s Sime Vrsaljko and Udinese full-back Silvan Widmer to replace Stephan Lichtsteiner.
Fabio Cannavaro considers “Juventus superior to Napoli,” but would love to see his hometown club celebrate.
Marca claims Lazio have approached Villarreal for Congo international striker Cedric Bakambu.
Anderlecht have set their sights on Roma-owned attacking winger Federico Ricci.
Mario Mandzukic scored as Croatia drew 1-1 in Hungary, while Verona’s Pawel Wszolek bagged a brace for Poland.
Roberto Baggio could be an outside bet to become Italy Coach after Antonio Conte’s departure.
Turkish media claim Inter will send Alex Telles back to Galatasaray at the end of the season.
Milan full-back Mattia De Sciglio is again on the Juventus radar, as Martin Caceres appears to be heading to Napoli.
Saudi Arabia reportedly offered Roma Coach Luciano Spalletti wages of €15m per year.
Serie B side Modena sacked Coach Hernan Crespo after angry fans stormed the Press room.
Cagliari scored twice in stoppages after trailing 10-man Modena to leapfrog Crotone at the top, while Franco Colomba had a disastrous Livorno debut.
Diego Perotti reveals he almost retired due to injuries, but now wants to “win with Roma” and Luciano Spalletti.
Simone Zaza has no intention of leaving Juventus, even if it dents his chances of playing for Italy.