NEWS

Paolo Cannavaro believes that Napoli are in good shape for the new season, despite limited transfer activity.
Sir Alex Ferguson has again hit out at potential Juventus new boy Paul Pogba for treating Manchester United with ‘no respect’.
Cristian Ledesma has reflected on his first impressions of new Lazio Coach Vladimir Petkovic and on his intentions with the team.
Edoardo Garrone has looked ahead to Sampdoria’s return to Serie A and the beginning of a new ‘project’ but maintained that points come first.
L’Equipe are reporting that Zlatan Ibrahimovic has agreed ‘in principle’ to a transfer from Milan to Paris Saint-Germain.
Davide Astori has explained his decision to turn down a move to Spartak Moscow in preference for staying with Cagliari.
Pescara have thrown doubt over Marco Verratti’s proposed transfer to Paris Saint-Germain by including him in their pre-season training squad.
Fabio Capello has this afternoon finished holding talks with the Russian Football Union over the vacant position as head Coach of the national team.
As one of Lorenzo Insigne’s agents talks up his chances of proving himself at Napoli, another warns Walter Mazzarri that plenty of clubs want the player.
Sebastian Jung’s anticipated transfer to Roma has fallen through after his Eintracht Frankfurt took him off the market.
Nicolas Burdisso declares that Roma have the potential and the attitude ready to challenge for some silverware in 2012-13.
Inter are reportedly interested in re-signing former centre-back Marco Andreolli from Chievo this summer.
Parma have confirmed a trio of friendlies for this summer, including two during a week-long stay in Prague.
Newly-promoted Real Valladolid are reported by Spanish newspapers to be initiating proceedings to sue Italian club Bari over Lassana Camara’s transfer.
Paris Saint-Germain sporting director Leonardo has confirmed that a meeting with Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s agent will take place today.
Fiorentina continue to step up activity in the transfer market by confirming a deal to sign 25-year-old Argentine defender Facundo Roncaglia.
Napoli continue to track Andrea Ranocchia this summer with the intention of taking him to the San Paolo.
Emiliano Viviano’s dream return to home-town club Fiorentina finally looks to be advancing as a deal is agreed.
Corinthians midfielder Paulinho has again hinted that a move to Inter this summer is unlikely to happen, but he concludes cryptically.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Thiago Silva’s combined €65m transfer from Milan to Paris Saint-Germain looks to have been given the go-ahead by the Swede.
Fabio Capello has reportedly arrived in Russia for talks with the Russian Football Union over becoming the national team’s new Coach.
Reports are suggesting that Napoli’s interest in Udinese winger Pablo Armero could be ruined by interest from Juventus.
There is speculation that Juventus’ search for a successor to Alessandro Del Piero’s No 10 shirt may stop with goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon.
Ignacio Fideleff has reportedly bid farewell to teammates and fans at Napoli’s training retreat as he stands on the verge of moving to Parma.
Giampaolo Pazzini and Milos Krasic are speculated as being potential bargaining chips in a proposed swap deal between Inter and Juventus.
Lazio defender Andre Dias has praised new Coach Vladimir Petkovic’s training methods at the capital club.
Centre-back Francesco Acerbi is revelling in his transfer to Milan this summer and holds ambition to stay at San Siro for the next decade.
The agent of Stephan El Shaarawy reveals that he is not concerned for his player’s future at Milan and is anticipating a contract renewal soon.
Federico Macheda holds ambitions to stay and fight for his place in the Manchester United team next season.
Should Milan ultimately sell Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Thiago Silva to Paris Saint-Germain, they are expected to delve back into the market.
As Mauro Zarate continues to earn confidence at Lazio’s pre-season training retreat, the club reportedly consider ways of keeping hold of him.
Roma look set to capture German full-back Sebastian Jung this week as reports indicate negotiations reach an advanced stage.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Antonio Conte has called up 28 players for Juventus’ pre-season training retreat in Val d’Aosta.
Catania President Antonino Pulvirenti has dismissed the notion of giving the club’s players a target to achieve in 2012-13.

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