NEWS

Matteo Brighi will return to Roma after his loan stint at Atalanta ended – but he won’t remain in the capital.
Italian giants Milan are talking to Genoa about signing Kevin Constant on a loan deal for the 2012-13 campaign.
Genoa will take back Mattia Destro after agreeing a deal with Siena – but he’s now set to be sold on.
Udinese have no current plans to let go of promising attacking midfielder Diego Fabbrini, his agent has stated.
Brescia have urged Bologna to sign Alessandro Diamanti outright. “It would be stupid for it to go to a blind auction.”
Manchester City are reportedly the English club interested in the services of Atalanta’s Federico Peluso.
Milan legend Clarence Seedorf will officially announce his departure from the club on Thursday, reports the Corriere dello Sport.
Nicolas Burdisso will be ready for the new season at Roma after recovering from a serious knee ligament injury.
Arturo Vidal is delighted that he’ll be joined by fellow Chilean international Mauricio Isla at Juventus next season.
Diego Milito has committed his future to current club Inter despite the fact that he is wanted by foreign clubs.
Palermo have revealed that they are on the verge of selling Matias Silvestre to Italian giants Inter.
Italy are in a position to become European Champions for the second time in their history, says Marcello Lippi.
Fiorentina have not made a bid for Alessandro Matri, but the player is set to have talks with Juventus about his future.
Massimo Oddo has backed former Lecce teammate Juan Cuadrado to make an impact if Napoli decide to buy him.
Italian international Andrea Barzagli has underlined that he would like current club Juventus to be his last.
Palermo's Federico Balzaretti and Napoli's Andrea Dossena are both of interest to cash strapped Milan.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has poured scorn on the idea of Robin Van Persie joining Juventus.
Cesare Prandelli celebrated Italy's progression to the Euro 2012 quarter-finals in unusual fashion – with a 20km trek to a monastery in the middle of the night!
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
A stunning strike from Zlatan Ibrahimovic and a late finish from Seb Larsson floored France for Sweden at the Olympic Stadium in Kiev, but Les Bleus still progress.
England will face Italy in the quarter-finals after defeating Ukraine at the Donbass Arena in Donetsk, but have the match officials to thank for a missed goal.
Italy will have to make do without Giorgio Chiellini for their Euro 2012 quarter-final, after the defender’s thigh strain was confirmed.
Fiorentina have released a brief statement on their official website to make clear their position on Stevan Jovetic’s future.
Parma have retracted an earlier statement on their official website confirming the transfer of Sebastian Giovinco to Juventus.
Matias Silvestre is reportedly just a few steps away from completing a €11m transfer from Palermo to Inter.
Pescara have confirmed that Juventus are close to reaching an agreement with them over the purchase of up-and-coming star Marco Verratti.
Inter’s young Dutch attacker Luc Castaignos has confirmed that he will be leaving the club this summer, probably in a permanent deal too.
Alessandro Del Piero’s agent has rejected the idea that his client has decided on where he will play next term, but he does hint at a preference.
Director general Beppe Marotta has confirmed that Juventus intend to keep hold of Sebastian Giovinco, as they edge closer to taking full ownership of the player.
Parma have confirmed the sale of their half of Sebastian Giovinco back to Juventus, for a fee of €11m.
Rafa Benitez has not rejected Sampdoria’s initial approach and is believed to be prepared to begin talks over becoming their next Coach.
Sebastian Giovinco’s move to Juventus is just awaiting final confirmation, says his agent, who reveals that the transfer was decided upon a while ago.
Fabio Capello has again ruled out the possibility of ever becoming Italy Coach, before musing on the Azzurri’s possible Euro 2012 quarter-final opponents.
Juventus have today made some transfer decisions regarding youngsters Ciro Immobile, Stefano Beltrame, Leonardo Spinazzola and Alberto Libertazzi.
Sebastian Giovinco’s co-ownership status between Parma and Juventus has reportedly been resolved in the Old Lady’s favour.

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