NEWS

Chievo have bought Milan’s half-share in striker Alberto Paloschi as Luca Campedelli admits: “He was one of our priorities.”
Mauricio Isla says he would be happy to return to Juventus for next season, but admits that his future is in Antonio Conte’s hands.
Tommaso Giulini has completed his takeover of Cagliari and is expected to face the media tomorrow, when he may confirm Zdenek Zeman as Coach.
Barcelona have announced that they will meet with Napoli this summer, for a preseason friendly in Geneva.
Sampdoria have hinted that they anticipate an extension of Manolo Gabbiadini’s co-ownership deal with Juventus.
Inter are believed to have taken full ownership status from Bologna on Saphir Taider and could send him out to Rubin Kazan.
Reports continue on Jonathan Biabiany’s future, with Parma and Sampdoria supposedly now in agreement to sell him.
Pietro Leonardi says that Parma are not focused this week on Marco Parolo’s prospective move to Lazio.
Zdenek Zeman is expected to shortly take over at Cagliari, with reports that Inter’s Ruben Botta is a first transfer target.
Daniele De Rossi doesn’t quite see himself as ‘Italy’s toughest midfielder’, choosing instead to describe his style as ‘physical’ and ‘fair’.
Daniele De Rossi has considered Italy’s ‘Tikitalia’ nickname and talks of the importance in the Azzurri holding a ‘strong core’ of players.
Italy will shortly leave their training base and head out to Recife ahead of tomorrow’s afternoon clash with Costa Rica.
Barcelona have reportedly tabled an offer of €55m for Gonzalo Higuain, but Napoli are asking for €70m.
Walter Mazzarri has reportedly further evaluated Yann M’Vila’s suitability and will approve or block his move to Inter shortly.
Ray Parlour has backed Arsene Wenger as the right sort of man manager to be able to work effectively with Mario Balotelli.
Sinisa Mihajlovic reportedly wants to veto Sampdoria’s latest apparent interest in Antonio Cassano from developing further.
Arsenal are increasingly being linked with Mario Balotelli and today are reported as ready to offer wages of over €11m a year.
Tuttosport say there is uncertainty surrounding Walter Mazzarri’s contractual situation at Inter, with Erick Thohir not prioritising a renewal.
Adriano Galliani and Sean Sogliano met yesterday and apparently discussed Juan Iturbe, as reports indicate he is Milan’s priority target.
Today's front-page headlines from Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Croatia kept their World Cup ambitions alive by sweeping 10-man Cameroon aside 4-0 after Alex Song’s red card.
FIFA have released a statement on bizarre scenes that saw Chile fans break into the Maracana through the media section.
Coach Jorge Sampaoli believes Chile “fell short” of what they can truly achieve after eliminating World Cup holders Spain.
Alexis Sanchez won’t be drawn on whether Chile are the surprise of this World Cup or if he’ll join Juventus.
Juventus star Arturo Vidal said Chile “can go all the way” after knocking Spain out of the World Cup.
Vicente Del Bosque concedes “it was a deserved elimination” after Spain crashed out of the World Cup.
Thiago Motta appreciates Italy’s new dual playmaker system and is ready to replace Marco Verratti against Costa Rica.
Reigning World and European Champions Spain crashed out of the World Cup after a 2-0 defeat to sparkling Chile.
It’s a must-win game for both nations after opening round defeats, as Cameroon are without Samuel Eto’o and Luka Modric recovers for Croatia.
Thiago Motta insists he has no regrets about choosing to play for Italy rather than Brazil. “I feel Italian.”
Cesena are back in Serie A after a 4-2 aggregate promotion play-off victory over Latina.
Holland fought back for a 3-2 victory over Australia and Louis Van Gaal insists he “knew we’d have problems.”
There are rumours emerging from the Italy camp that Andrea Barzagli will miss the game with Costa Rica.
Zdenek Zeman has reportedly accepted an offer to become Coach of Cagliari, rejecting Bologna.
Juventus have reportedly made a formal €12m offer to Real Madrid for Alvaro Morata.

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