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Juventus prepared for the Super Cup by beating Malaga 2-0 with Alessandro Matri’s brace, but more importantly Massimo Carrera in Antonio Conte’s place.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Antonio Conte’s lawyer reveals why the Juventus Coach took a plea bargain and then chose to fight the betting charges in a full trial. “His dignity is priceless.”
Douglas Maicon is not a part of Inter’s plans, so now there are reports PSG are preparing an offer for the right-back.
Simone Pepe and Leonardo Bonucci’s lawyers explained why they are going to a full betting trial, but Simone Bentivoglio takes a 13-month plea bargain.
Matias Fernandez is excited to join Fiorentina and hopes “to continue the strong tradition of South Americans” with the Viola jersey.
Palermo defender Michel Morganella admits he “made a mistake” after being sent home from the Olympics for a racist tweet.
Torino have officially signed Cesena defender Guillermo Rodriguez, while Napoli loaned Erwin Hoffer and Luigi Vitale.
Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci is also set to go to a full betting trial after plea bargain negotiations failed, as his lawyers picked apart the Udinese-Bari evidence.
Newly-promoted Pescara have signed Christian Terlizzi on a two-year contract. “I’m happy to be back in Serie A.”
Sampdoria are on the verge of completing their transfer for ex-Juventus benchwarmer Marcelo Estigarribia.
Jose Angel has made his loan move to Real Sociedad, but tells fans he is “happy to have been part of an important club like Roma.”
Fiorentina patron Andrea Della Valle praised Vincenzo Montella and assured Alberto Aquilani will let them “forget about Riccardo Montolivo.”
Lazio are reportedly furious with Manchester City after the club ‘poached’ a 17-year-old Romanian talent from their youth team.
Zdenek Zeman is confident “Roma are competitive and I’m happy with the squad, even if we don’t bring in anyone else.”
Former captain Fabio Cannavaro said “it would be difficult to say no” if Juventus asked him to replace Antonio Conte during the potential betting ban.
Bologna player Daniele Portanova testified at the betting trial and strongly denied he was involved in match-fixing.
Sampdoria have released a statement explaining they were “forced to accept a plea bargain” in the betting scandal despite proclaiming their innocence.
Paul Pogba has given his first interview as a Juventus player, noting he wants to “make history and maybe become stronger than Patrick Vieira.”
As Leonardo Bonucci faces a potential three years and six months on the sidelines in the betting trial, Juventus step up their bid to sign Salvatore Bocchetti.
Marco Di Vaio has spoken in his defence at the betting trial, where he risks a year-long ban. “This is the most important match of my life.”
Villarreal sporting director Jose Manuel Llaneza has silenced reports that Italian forward Giuseppe Rossi will move to Milan this summer.
The brother and agent of Torino’s Rolando Bianchi confirms the player will not be leaving the side this summer.
Roma midfielder Miralem Pjanic discussed his first year at the club and is targeting a Champions League spot.
Napoli Coach Walter Mazzarri has spoken ahead of the Italian Super Cup clash against Juventus, claiming that his side are more motivated for the trophy.
Cristian Chivu has been diagnosed with “a dislocated second toe on his right foot” after Inter’s Europa League win in Split.
Juventus have officially sold Milos Krasic to Fenerbahce for €7m and signed Paul Pogba on a free transfer from Manchester United.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
The Serie B fixture list has been drawn up with Cesena-Sassuolo and Modena-Verona among the opening games.
FIGC prosecutor Stefano Palazzi outlined his case in the betting trial against Leonardo Bonucci, Simone Pepe and others over Udinese-Bari, Bologna-Bari, Bari-Lecce and Bari-Sampdoria.
Felipe Melo has announced that he is returning to Galatasaray this summer, claiming that the club have reached an agreement with Juventus for his transfer.
Jose Mourinho has backtracked on the original reported stance that he would like to sell Ricky Kaka this summer, stating that he’d be happy for him to stay.
Fiorentina have confirmed the permanent transfer of Liverpool midfielder Alberto Aquilani and Villarreal duo Borja Valero and Gonzalo Rodriguez.
Leonardo Bonucci could face a ban of three years and six months, Simone Pepe a year, Bologna -2 points and Lecce demoted to Lega Pro as the betting trial continues.
Fabio Cannavaro, Marco Materazzi and Filippo Inzaghi all moved one step closer to becoming UEFA Pro Licence-qualified Coaches this week.

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