NEWS

Domenico Criscito’s agent opened the door to Inter, noting a Zenit exit would “depend on many factors. We don’t know their intentions.”
Roma are among “many clubs interested” in Lucas Digne after his agent confirmed he was “not 100 per cent happy at PSG.”
Atalanta defender Yohan Benalouane is on the verge of a transfer to Claudio Ranieri’s Leicester City, but the fee varies.
Italian reports claim Everton are back in the running for Inter man Xherdan Shaqiri after problems with Schalke 04.
Walter Zenga picks Eder, Luis Muriel and Fernando as Sampdoria face Vojvodina in a Europa League preliminary round tie.
Palermo continue negotiations with Arsenal for Joel Campbell, while Cephas Malele and Nicolas Viola leave Sicily.
Roma have reportedly contacted Edin Dzeko to assure him they will work out a transfer fee with Manchester City.
Tottenham Hotspur have officially agreed the transfer of defender Vlad Chiriches to Napoli.
Goal-line technology will make its Italian debut in the Trofeo TIM between Inter, Milan and Sassuolo on August 12.
Jose Callejon “will not be leaving Napoli,” said his agent, despite interest from Chelsea, Tottenham, Arsenal and Liverpool.
Mario Gomez explained he is leaving Fiorentina for Besiktas “to get back into the Germany side for Euro 2016.”
Rafa Benitez admits “it was not easy” for Real Madrid against Milan, eventually winning in a sudden death penalty shoot-out.
Juventus are turning to Napoli and Fiorentina target Davide Astori after injuries to both Giorgio Chiellini and Andrea Barzagli.
As feared, Giorgio Chiellini is also out of the Italian Super Cup between Juventus and Lazio due to injury.
Godfred Donsah’s agent confirms Cagliari “rejected a €6m offer” with Juventus, Sampdoria and Bologna interested.
Genoa have reportedly agreed terms with Manchester City to sign Olivier Ntcham on a two-season loan.
Juventus announced they will appeal a partial stadium ban, as they shouldn’t pay for the “failings and inefficiencies” of Torino.
Verona have confirmed the signing of Milan defender Michelangelo Albertazzi on a permanent basis.
Sinisa Mihajlovic is happy with his Milan side after the Real Madrid friendly - ‘we dominated the match for large spells’.
The Curva Sud at Juventus Stadium will be closed for the curtain-raiser against Udinese, but the ban has been reduced.
The Week 2 clash between Roma and Juventus will be played at 17.00 GMT on Sunday August 30, the Lega Serie A has announced.
President Carlo Tavecchio has confirmed the FIGC will support Michel Platini for the Presidency of FIFA.
Felipe Melo’s move to Inter appears to be on the verge of completion, as he says goodbye to Galatasaray.
Roma defender Alessio Romagnoli is coy on his future amid links to Milan, refusing to confirm he’s staying in the capital.
Carlos Bacca missed a one-on-one and in the shootout, as Milan went down to Real Madrid on penalties after a goalless draw.
Milan’s joint-CEO Adriano Galliani believes this season will be ‘the start of a new cycle’ under new Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic.
Empoli sporting director Marcello Carli confirms a €5m deal with Napoli for Elseid Hysaj, who calls it ‘a dream’.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic reiterates he’s happy to stay at Paris Saint-Germain, but says his next move will be a ‘surprise’.
Alessio Cerci starts for Milan as they face Real Madrid in their final International Champions Cup match.
Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli’s agent has reportedly offered him to Lazio, while a deal for Genk’s Sergej Milinkovic-Savic is close.
The agent of Juventus striker Fernando Llorente has reportedly flown to London to talk with Arsenal about a possible move.
Wojciech Szczesny has been presented as a Roma player and says he believes the Giallorossi are ‘one of the best sides in Europe’
Alessio Cerci believes he is ‘second to none’ when he trains well and that he can prove himself at Milan this season.
Chelsea winger Mohamed Salah has arrived at Villa Stuart to complete the final stage of his Roma medical.
Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis says he ‘never considered selling Gonzalo Higuain’, and appreciates the ‘hard-working’ Maurizio Sarri.

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