NEWS

Pedro Obiang’s agent has rubbished suggestions that his client will leave Sampdoria for Milan this summer.
Portuguese goalkeeper Eduardo has officially left Genoa to sign for Croatian side Dinamo Zagreb.
Milan have confirmed that they have agreed to mutually terminate Kaka’s contract with the club.
Michael Ciani has conceded that this coming season could be his last with Lazio.
Italy’s failure at this summer’s World Cup could cost them as much as €56m, according to reports.
Barbara Berlusconi has had her say on how Italian football’s highest office should be reformed following the World Cup.
Kaka is expected to complete his move from Milan to Orlando City within hours, with reports that he will land in America soon.
Erick Thohir has backed Walter Mazzarri to succeed as Inter Coach, and has revealed that they hope to agree an extension soon.
Inter President Erick Thohir has confirmed that the club has retired Javier Zanetti’s legendary No.4 shirt.
Francesco Lodi has once and for all determined he won’t join Palermo, as he asserts his commitment is to Catania.
Prospective new FIGC chief Carlo Tavecchio says he wants to dissuade Giancarlo Abete from resigning, and doubts Italy’s new CT will be decided upon today.
In between words on Mario Balotelli, Mino Raiola has reiterated that Paul Pogba’s future for now is at Juventus.
Napoli are set to work with the city council to reach a new agreement for use of the San Paolo, including the possibility of renovation work.
Fredy Guarin’s agent is reportedly due in Italy in the coming days to meet with Inter over the future of his client.
Urbano Cairo says he ‘will do anything to keep’ Alessio Cerci at Torino this summer and that he has yet to receive any offers for the forward.
Miguel Angel Britos is reported as on the verge of completing a move from Napoli to Dinamo Moscow.
Il Mattino reiterate that Napoli could tie up negotiations with Lyon for Maxime Gonalons by the end of today.
Serie A clubs start preseason plans from today, with Torino the earliest to report back and the rest of the League to follow shortly.
Luiz Felipe Scolari has hit out at the ‘special’ treatment he sees being dished out to Neymar and compared it to similar work on Cristiano Ronaldo.
A Brazilian agent close to the Ricky Kaka deal has described the player’s vision as ‘clear’: “He wants to return to Brazil before moving to the US.”
Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins has played down Napoli’s links to Michu, but admits the manager will meet with the Spain striker.
Prospective FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio reportedly wants an experienced Coach to replace Cesare Prandelli, to then act as a mentor to a ‘fresh’ face.
A decision over who will replace Cesare Prandelli as Italy Coach may not be made until the middle of August.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Greece manager Fernando Santos rued “a day of sadness” with their penalty shoot-out defeat to Costa Rica.
Costa Rica Coach Jorge Luis Pinto said reaching the World Cup quarter-finals for the first time was “justice.”
Greece took 10-man Costa Rica into extra time, but Los Ticos won a dramatic penalty shoot-out and will play Holland.
Agent Mino Raiola insists Mario Balotelli is used as a scapegoat “to hide the real problems in Italian football.”
Holland have warned Milan midfielder Nigel De Jong is “unlikely” to be fit for the World Cup quarter-final.
Arjen Robben apologised for diving in Holland’s 2-1 victory over Mexico, but insisted the decisive incident “was a penalty.”
“Not everyone at Milan loves Mario Balotelli,” warned agent Mino Raiola, who also blasted Italy fans and the FIGC.
Ex-Milan goalkeeper Marco Amelia could join West Bromwich Albion on a free transfer.
Kevin-Prince Boateng claims he was kicked out of Ghana’s World Cup squad “for asking where the money went.”
Mexico paid a heavy price for their 2-1 defeat to the Netherlands, as Hector Moreno fractured his tibia.
Mexico Coach Miguel Herrera said Arjen Robben “threw himself to the floor” for the decisive Dutch penalty.

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