NEWS

Roma are reportedly within days of completing their swoop for USA and Seattle Sounders defender DeAndre Yedlin.
Turkish media report Napoli midfielder Gokhan Inler has a deal with Cesare Prandelli’s Galatasaray.
Verona have officially signed Brazilian striker Nene after his contract with Cagliari expired.
Tuttosport claim Milan are offering Mario Balotelli to Arsenal for Joel Campbell plus €10m cash.
Carlo Tavecchio sniped at Demetrio Albertini as he prepared to be elected FIGC President. “I’m too old for compromise.”
Roberto Pereyra is at Juventus “to learn from great players who have won it all” and admits to Inter interest.
“There is no reason” for Arturo Vidal to quit Juventus and Beppe Marotta would be “very surprised” if he requested a transfer.
Juventus dg Beppe Marotta reassured Roberto Pereyra they “certainly intend to take up” their option from Udinese.
Robinho’s agent insists a move to Orlando City is not out of the question, but “he won’t remain at Milan.”
Juventus have officially signed Roberto Pereyra from Udinese on loan with option to pay for a total €15.5m.
Antonio Cassano has dismissed rumours of a move away from Parma, as well as reports that he was a disruptive influence at the World Cup.
Claudio Ranieri is back in work again, having been confirmed today as the new Coach of the Greek national team.
Fiorentina have confirmed that they have agreed a deal with Monterrey for the transfer of Jose Maria Basanta.
Michu says he is at Napoli to ‘aim to win everything’ this season and to try and break back into the Spanish national team.
Aurelio De Laurentiis says his comments on Walter Mazzarri yesterday were not an attack on the former Napoli Coach.
Francesco Marroccu has apologised to Cagliari supporters for the Davide Astori ‘farce’, but justified his actions in renewing the player’s contract.
Flamengo’s ex-President has revealed the club’s strategy to fund a temporary move for Robinho, but Milan wouldn’t get a transfer fee.
As a return to Napoli or Spain looks unlikely, Pepe Reina has reflected that he is currently back at Liverpool for the foreseeable future.
Stephan El Shaarawy’s brother and agent has rubbished links to Real Madrid, assuring that his future is at Milan.
Antonio Di Natale sees Andrea Stramaccioni as ‘a young Coach with a new mentality’ at Udinese, able to convince him to report in for pre-season early.
Antonio Di Natale has backed Roberto Pereyra to have a big impact at Juventus, explaining where he is stronger than both Alexis Sanchez and Arturo Vidal.
Inter have officially presented their away kit for the 2014-15 season, once more running with an all-white affair.
Urbano Cairo has urged Alessio Cerci to determine his Torino future, whilst he reflects on Ciro Immobile and Matteo Darmian.
Pippo Inzaghi chose to take positives from Milan’s defeat to Olympiacos whilst promising when he has a full squad: “we will be another team.”
Milan began their tour of the United States and Canada with defeat in Toronto on Thursday night to Olympiacos.
Roma have made official the signing of Antonio Sanabria, confirming fees paid to Sassuolo and Barcelona.
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Xherdan Shaqiri has insisted that he will stay at Bayern Munich until 2016, denying rumours of a switch to Roma or Juventus.
Keisuke Honda has admitted that this is an important year in his Milan career, but believes he can improve for the Rossoneri.
Arturo Vidal has insisted that he is not going to Manchester United this summer.
It seems that Serie A leaders are split on who should be the next President of the FIGC.
Parma comfortably beat Renate 3-1 this afternoon to get their pre-season off to a winning start.
Torino have lost to Rubin Kazan in a pre-season friendly this afternoon, going down 1-0 to the Russian outfit.
Adriano Galliani has confirmed that Milan are in talks with Orlando City for Robinho, but has claimed that a move is ‘very far away’.
An Antonio Di Natale double wasn’t enough for Udinese as they lost 3-2 to Dinamo Moscow this afternoon.

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