NEWS

Napoli have appointed Carpi sporting director Cristiano Giuntoli to replace Riccardo Bigon, according to reports.
Former Juventus striker Alessandro Del Piero feels sorry for Gianluigi Buffon and Andrea Pirlo after their Champions League final defeat.
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi has said that the club will be supplied with whatever sum of money it needs in the transfer market this summer
Lazio striker Miroslav Klose has ended speculation about his future by announcing that he will stay in Rome for another season.
Azzurri CT Antonio Conte doubts that Andrea Pirlo will retire from international football and reiterated that he never thought about leaving his job.
Italy Coach Antonio Conte has admitted that Juventus’ success this season surprised him, and described the ongoing betting scandal as a ‘painful experience.’
Reports suggest that West Ham United have agreed a €7.5m deal for Sampdoria midfielder Pedro Obiang.
Udinese owner Giampaolo Pozzo has revealed that he had tried to bring new Coach Stefano Colantuono to the club in the past.
New Udinese Coach Stefano Colantuono says the Zebrette are similar to his former employer Atalanta because they target survival each season.
Sassuolo striker Simone Zaza and Juventus defender Andrea Barzagli have been ruled out of Italy’s upcoming clashes with Croatia and Portugal.
Reports say that Bayern Munich are interested in signing Torino captain Kamil Glik and full-back Matteo Darmian in a double swoop.
Inter are reportedly preparing a bid to sign Chelsea winger Juan Cuadrado on loan until the move becomes permanent in 2016.
Cesena have officially appointed Massimo Drago as their Coach for next season.
Juventus President Andrea Agnelli praised Massimiliano Allegri, Pavel Nedved and others for their contribution to a ‘historic period for Juve.’
Juventus President Andrea Agnelli believes that his club’s defeat in the Champions League Final marks a ‘starting point for the future’.
Vincenzo Montella reflects on his Fiorentina situation, reiterating that the club remains his priority, and that his recent absence was planned for.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Agent Mino Raiola told Milan that Paris Saint-Germain “will not sell Zlatan Ibrahimovic.”
Juventus goalkeeper Marco Storari revealed his anxiety after being involved in an emergency plane landing.
Andrea Pirlo assured his tears after the Champions League Final were not “a goodbye to Juventus.”
Evergreen Chievo captain Sergio Pellissier could be about to sign a new three-year contract.
Italy tested out a 4-3-3 system in training ahead of the Euro 2016 qualifier against Croatia.
Palermo are close to signing Brescia and ex-Manchester City midfielder Ahmad Benali.
Barcelona President Josep Maria Bartomeu confirmed Juventus star “Paul Pogba is one of our objectives.”
Mirko Valdifiori’s agent warns there’s “nothing to say” he’ll join Maurizio Sarri at Napoli, as Torino made an offer.
It’s reported Sinisa Mihajlovic has already signed a two-year contract with Milan, but Pippo Inzaghi remains Coach.
New Sampdoria Coach Walter Zenga has reportedly chosen former Blucerchiati boss Gigi Cagni for his staff.
Bee Taechaubol released a statement criticising “inaccuracies” spread by Pablo Victor Dana about his Milan investment.
Dani Alves admitted he’d “like to join Milan,” but his €6m per season wage demands are a problem.
Luca Toni confirmed he is “99 per cent” likely to stay at Hellas Verona next season.
Arturo Vidal said “Juventus proved ourselves a great team and want the Champions League Final next year.”
Spanish papers claim Atletico Madrid are interested in Napoli stars Gonzalo Higuain, Jose Callejon and Raul Albiol.
Sassuolo forward Nicola Sansone sees his debut Italy call as “a starting point” for his international career.
Inter could send Samir Handanovic to PSG in exchange for Salvatore Sirigu, but Manchester United are also interested.
Maurizio Sarri will be appointed Coach tomorrow, so now Napoli are trying to find a new director of sport.

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