NEWS

Pippo Inzaghi has explained Milan’s target heading out the US, his contentment to work with Mario Balotelli and the season objective.
Milan have listed 31 players they will take out to the United States for their planned pre-season tour, including a number of new faces.
Vincenzo Iaquinta has urged Alvaro Morata and Juventus have patience in light of his injury just two days into his Bianconero career.
Sampdoria have confirmed the signing of Spain Under-21-capped midfielder Jose Campana from Crystal Palace.
Erik Lamela has deterred interest from Serie A by commenting that he sees next season at Tottenham as one in which to redeem himself.
Domenico Criscito ‘will certainly stay in Russia’ this summer, as talks of a move from Zenit St Petersburg to Milan appear over.
New arrival Patrice Evra’s contract signed with Juventus will reportedly see him paid €3.5m per season.
Juventus have confirmed that Alvaro Morata will be out of action for the next 50 days, after injuring a ligament in his left knee.
Inter are reportedly still €2m shy of Cardiff City’s valuation for Gary Medel, but apparently scheduled talks are expected to advance the situation.
Edinson Cavani has reflected on one difference he sees in living life in Paris now, compared to previously in Naples.
Fiorentina have reportedly taken full-back Marcos Alonso off the transfer market, seemingly ending Sunderland’s pursuit.
Difficulties in talks for Christoph Kramer apparently have Napoli rerouting interest towards Atletico Madrid’s Mario Suarez.
Mario Balotelli has reportedly requested an after-tax salary of €6.3m from Arsenal, if they are to sign him from Milan.
Roma have officially unveiled the away shirt and kit design that the team will wear during the 2014-15 campaign.
Real Madrid have listed 20 players for their participation in the International Champions Cup, but do not include the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo.
Milan’s pre-season tour of the United States will reportedly bring in as much as €3.5m in revenue, more than Inter and Roma.
As Milan meet with Robinho and his agent, the Brazilian will not travel to the United States for the Rossoneri’s pre-season tour.
Alvaro Morata is reportedly facing at least a month on the sidelines for Juventus, after suffering a sprained left knee in training.
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Juan Cuadrado is not of interest to Bayern Munich, the club’s sporting director Matthias Sammer has insisted.
Yuto Nagatomo has claimed he is hungry to get the new season started and get winning with Inter.
Torino have confirmed the signing of Uruguayan centre-back Gaston Silva for an undisclosed fee.
Lorenzo De Silvestri is confident Sampdoria can have a successful season, especially with their current crop of younger players.
Daniel Agger has admitted he was not happy with how his season transpired last time out, fuelling rumours of a switch to Napoli.
Napoli have got their pre-season off to a winning start by beating FeralpiSalo 2-0 this afternoon.
Inter are set to receive a second offer from Monaco for striker Mauro Icardi, it has been claimed this evening.
Rolando Bianchi’s agent has revealed that Olympiacos are interested in his client, but is also open to a Palermo switch.
Simone Scuffet is confident he made the right decision by rejecting Atletico Madrid and staying with Udinese.
Christoph Kramer’s agent has refused to entertain the notion that the Bayer Leverkusen man could join Napoli.
Patrice Evra has claimed that his move from Manchester United to Juventus was ‘the right thing to do’.
Steven Gerrard has confirmed he will retire from international duty after a 14-year career with England.
Former Italy midfielder Demetrio Albertini has revealed he will run for the FIGC Presidency.
Udinese sporting director Cristiano Giaretta has conceded he is ‘proud’ of Simone Scuffet for turning down Atletico Madrid.
Juventus have confirmed that Patrice Evra has officially joined from Manchester United on a two-year deal.
Ashley Cole has described the passion of the Roma fans, and claims that he would be disappointed if he didn’t win something.

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