NEWS

It is widely reported that Massimo Cellino has finalised the sale of Cagliari to Tommaso Giulini.
Romulo’s agent confirmed “Roma are interested” and explained why he ruled himself out of Italy’s World Cup squad.
Paul Pogba concedes he’ll have to “limit attacking runs” with France at the World Cup compared to Juventus.
Brazil Coach Luiz Felipe Scolari is away on compassionate leave just days before their World Cup opener.
Marco Verratti is expected to be fit and ready to face England in Italy’s opening World Cup game on Saturday.
Porto striker Jackson Martinez’s agent is in Europe for “a series of transfer meetings,” including one with Roma.
Lorenzo Insigne would relish a Pescara reunion with Ciro Immobile and Marco Verratti for Italy. “We understand each other with a glance.”
Lorenzo Insigne “understands” Giuseppe Rossi or Mattia Destro’s anger after he beat them to a World Cup spot.
Senior officials including England FA chairman Greg Dyke are calling for FIFA President Sepp Blatter to resign.
Claudio Marchisio is “really impressed” with Matteo Darmian, congratulated Mario Balotelli and Gigi Buffon.
Claudio Marchisio assures Italy “know England’s style of play” and will focus on quality against Roy Hodgson’s men.
Claudio Marchisio confirms Italy’s players “don’t know who will start against England” and expects a “different” game to Euro 2012.
World Cup winner Marcello Lippi admits returning to the Italy bench in 2008 was “a huge mistake.”
Manuel Pasqual reveals how Italy trained for the conditions in Manaus and believes they’ll beat England 4-3.
It’s reported new Milan Coach Pippo Inzaghi’s next transfer target is Real Madrid midfielder Casemiro.
Juventus will play an August friendly in Singapore, while Inter pay a visit to Eintracht Frankfurt.
Inter announced they have bought out the remaining 50 per cent of Mauro Icardi’s contract from Sampdoria.
England Coach Roy Hodgson says he has no preference as to who he would rather played for Italy out of Ciro Immobile and Mario Balotelli.
Diego Maradona has once again opened fire on FIFA, accusing Sepp Blatter of doing nothing for the money he earns.
England Coach Roy Hodgson says there is ‘absolutely nothing wrong’ with Three Lions captain Steven Gerrard.
Former Inter defender Marco Materazzi is convinced President Erick Thohir will bring the good times back to San Siro.
Spanish outlet Mundo Deportivo report that Milan defender Phillipe Mexes is set to secure a transfer to PSG.
It is reported that new Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino wants to make Blerim Dzemaili his first summer signing.
Mario Balotelli received a lengthy round of applause as Italy training began this morning, following the news of his engagement.
Inter’s Jonathan says he considers himself 100 per cent Brazilian but would still consider playing for Italy in future.
Former Roma goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg admits he has failed on two fronts this season.
The Costa Rica squad have arrived in Brazil ahead of their upcoming World Cup campaign.
Gennaro Gattuso is happy with Pippo Inzaghi’s appointment as Milan Coach but would one day love the job himself.
It is reported that Sampdoria are close to securing a loan move for new Fiorentina goalkeeper Ciprian Tatarusanu.
Miralem Pjanic has outlined that Bosnia-Herzegovina have no fear in facing ‘one of the favourites’ for the World Cup, Argentina.
Juventus and Napoli target Daryl Janmaat and Robin van Persie were involved in a bizarre kiteboarding accident yesterday.
Former Napoli forward Careca has backed Naples-natives Lorenzo Insigne and Ciro Immobile to impress for Italy at the World Cup.
The Gazzetta dello Sport suggest that Clarence Seedorf was notified of his dismissal as Milan Coach by email.
Roma forward Gervinho has revealed that Ivory Coast are targeting advancement from the group stages of the World Cup this summer.
FIFA have this week officially presented the goal-line technology that will assist match officials during the 2014 World Cup.

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