NEWS

The agent of Thiago Silva has underlined that his client has no intention of quitting Italian giants Milan this summer.
Italy’s Group C opponents Croatia have been dealt a blow after Ivica Olic was ruled out of Euro 2012.
Serie A side Cagliari have revealed how much it will take on the transfer market to sign Radja Nainggolan.
Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri is convinced that he’ll still be coaching the likes of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Alexandre Pato and Thiago Silva next term.
Emanuele Giaccherini says he will do whatever Italy boss Cesare Prandelli may ask of him at Euro 2012.
Chievo Verona have insisted that Francesco Acerbi’s proposed move to Milan is not a done deal.
The Corriere dello Sport claims that Fiorentina have netted Argentine defender Facundo Roncaglia.
Arsenal’s Robin Van Persie has refused to go into any detail about reported transfer links with Juventus.
Inter stopper Andrea Ranocchia has ruled out the possibility of a summer move away from the Italian giants.
Inter intend to have their own purpose-built stadium by 2016, the Corriere dello Sport is reporting.
Juventus have been placed in a group with Manchester City, Paris Saint-Germain and Fenerbahce as they prepare to make their debut in the NextGen Series.
Valon Behrami’s commitment to Fiorentina will reportedly see him rewarded with a new contract at the Tuscan club.
Juventus’ Arturo Vidal is delighted that he marked his return to the Chilean national side with a goal.
Udinese have told Juventus that they’ll have to show some patience with regard to their courtship of Kwadwo Asamoah.
Cicinho has revealed that he will be heading back to Brazil once his contract at Roma expires at the end of this month.
Bologna boss Stefano Pioli has identified which player he wants to replace Marco Di Vaio with at the Stadio Dall’Ara.
Italian legend Sandro Mazzola accepts the national side have problems, but he wouldn’t be surprised by a semi-final spot at Euro 2012.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
It ended all square between Vicenza and Empoli in the Serie B relegation play-out, so it goes down to the second leg.
Ciro Ferrara hopes Italy can defeat the Republic of Ireland to secure qualification for the Under-21 European Championships.
Vincenzo Montella admits he’s running out of time to decide between Catania and Fiorentina. “I don’t know anything yet, nor when I will know anything.”
Zlatan Ibrahimovic dreams of winning Euro 2012 with Sweden and admits he had to “clear the air” with Milan after suggesting the club had no money.
World Cup winner Marcello Lippi has given Cesare Prandelli advice on going into Euro 2012. “It reminds me of 2006.”
Fabio Capello is “ashamed” at the latest betting scandal to hit Italian football, but insists this country is “the best at prosecuting these crimes.”
Cagliari have released a statement confirming Massimo Ficcadenti will be their Coach next season as well.
Fiorentina could exchange Andrea Lazzari with Cagliari’s Victor Ibarbo, while Amauri has offers from China.
Inter are thought to be fighting Arsenal, Borussia Dortmund and Barcelona for 21-year-old Austrian defender Aleksandar Dragovic.
Alessandro Del Piero has reportedly turned down the new offer from Montreal Impact and is currently considering Spanish side Malaga.
Lazio have appointed Coach Vladimir Petkovic, but assistant Arno Rossini has confirmed he won’t be part of his staff.
Roma goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg admits he was “surprised” at Luis Enrique’s departure and knows nothing about new boss Zdenek Zeman.
Gianluigi Buffon’s lawyer has reiterated “he is not involved in the investigation” into a betting scandal after his tobacconist in Parma was raided by police.
Torino President Urbano Cairo assures he is “very proud” to see Angelo Ogbonna at Euro 2012 and will make “seven or eight quality signings.”
Fiorentina target Dirk Kuyt has left Liverpool after securing a three-year deal with Turkish side Fenerbahce.
Catania could well release Vincenzo Montella to Fiorentina if they can tempt Andrea Mandorlini away from Hellas Verona.
Spain are not happy about facing Italy in their Euro 2012 opener, especially with the current scandal. “It’ll make them even more dangerous,” said Xavi.

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