NEWS

Lazio are targeting Southampton's Graziano Pelle, but may also turn to Sevilla's Ciro Immobile or Fernando Llorente.
Pescara's Gianluca Lapadula still hasn't chosen between Napoli, Juventus and Sassuolo for his future, but should decide tomorrow.
Sassuolo's Domenico Berardi will meet his agent today to decide on Inter's offer, indirectly affecting the future of Lazio's Antonio Candreva.
Ivan Perisic suddenly turned into Inter's most wanted player, with Barcelona, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain all showing interest.
Marko Pjaca's impressive performances with Croatia gained him the interest of Fiorentina, Roma and Inter, but the price is getting steep.
Spain's Andres Iniesta admits Italy are 'a powerful rival in Euro 2016, who improved greatly not just in defence but in possession'.
The decision on Marcello Lippi's eligibility as technical director of Italy has been deferred to the beginning of next month.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Martin O’Neill hailed “a great achievement” as Ireland beat Italy to qualify for a Round of 16 encounter with hosts France.
Thiago Motta brushed aside the defeat to Ireland and insisted Italy “are confident against Spain because we know our strengths and weaknesses.”
Italy face Spain on Monday in Paris, but there’s a British Derby, Croatia-Portugal, Germany-Slovakia and France-Republic of Ireland too.
Italy’s reserves failed to impress David Swan in a defeat to the Republic of Ireland.
Salvatore Sirigu assured “it will be a different Italy” against Spain after a late defeat to the Republic of Ireland.
Antonio Conte felt Italy “did not deserve” defeat to Ireland, but must revive their enthusiasm against Spain on Monday.
Simone Zaza discussed “a strange game” after Italy lost to the Republic of Ireland at Euro 2016.
Mattia De Sciglio admits Italy’s defeat to Ireland is “irritating, but it will help us better prepare for the next match” with Spain.
Lorenzo Insigne explained his tactical role coming off the bench for Italy against the Republic of Ireland. “We are optimistic.”
Leonardo Bonucci admits he had a “Sword of Damocles” hanging over him in the form of a yellow card during Italy’s defeat to Ireland.
Radja Nainggolan gave Belgium their second consecutive victory and set up a clash with Hungary, but Sweden crashed out.
Antonio Conte insists “everyone gave a positive response” in Italy’s 1-0 defeat to the Republic of Ireland.
An experimental Italy hit the woodwork with Lorenzo Insigne, but was beaten by a late Brady header to send Ireland through.
Torino have reportedly agreed terms with Roma to sign Adem Ljajic permanently plus Iago Falque on loan with option to buy.
Cristiano Ronaldo and Balasz Dzsudzak bagged a brace in an extraordinary 3-3 draw as Hungary topped Group F with Portugal third.
Iceland completed their fairytale Euro 2016 with a last-gasp victory after Austria missed a penalty and will now face England.
Italy make radical changes to start Simone Zaza, Ciro Immobile and Federico Bernardeschi against the Republic of Ireland.
Join us for all the build-up and action from Italy’s final Euro 2016 group game against the Republic of Ireland in Lille.
Milan Badelj is expected to leave Fiorentina, but “wants to remain in Italy and Roma are a very interesting side,” said his agent.
Iceland international Birkir Bjarnason could return to Serie A, as Roma join Torino and Sampdoria for the Basel talent.
Udinese-owned Poland international Piotr Zielinski is reportedly on the verge of signing for Liverpool.
Italy’s match with the Republic of Ireland will be played in Lille with the roof closed this evening.
Agent Mino Raiola claims “if Paul Pogba finds a more important project, then Juventus must take that into account. Only six clubs can afford him.”
Empoli have announced the permanent signing of Marcel Büchel from Juventus.
Andrea Pirlo admits it was “painful” to miss out on Euro 2016, but insists Italy can win the whole thing.
Elseid Hysaj’s agent says it’s “100 per cent” certain his client will stay at Napoli.
Mauro Tassotti believes Spain are “at the end of a cycle” but will still be “tough to beat” for Italy.

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