Coach Antonio Conte reportedly does not intend to stay with the Azzurri after Euro 2016 and is looking around to explore alternatives
Inter's Felipe Melo discusses the Italy and Brazil national teams, claiming 'the Azzurri would drop by a level first'.
Kevin Strootman has a medical examination set for next week that will determine if he can run again.
Today's front-page headlines from the Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Northern Ireland and Portugal have qualified for Euro 2016, Serbia won in Albania and the Republic of Ireland beat Germany.
Juventus are said to be targeting Lille creative midfielder Sofiane Boufal as their new trequartista.
Empoli President Fabrizio Corsi reveals Fiorentina snubbed the chance to get Daniele Rugani, Eder and Andrea Raggi.
Lazio defender Wesley Hoedt called marking Napoli hitman Gonzalo Higuain “a formative experience.”
Roma star Daniele De Rossi said “in football if you come second, then you are considered a failure.”
Inter defender Juan Jesus admits he received offers over the summer and promised he would “never join Juventus.”
Napoli doctors are “super optimistic” Lorenzo Insigne will be able to face Fiorentina next weekend.
Gigi Di Biagio warned Italy Under-21s are “still not close to what I’d like” despite a 3-0 win in Slovenia.
Gaetano Monachello bagged a brace with Marco Benassi as Italy Under-21s conquered Slovenia 3-0 in a Euro qualifier.
Sinisa Mihajlovic is open to the 4-4-2 system against Torino and welcomes “constructive confrontation” with Milan.
Milan won a friendly 3-0 over Monza with Alessio Cerci on target and Kevin-Prince Boateng playing 45 minutes.
UEFA President Michel Platini pledged an appeal to clear his name after FIFA suspended him for 90 days.
Juventus are nominated for Club of the Year in the Globe Soccer Awards, joining Barcelona, Bayern Munich, PSG and Dnipro.
Torino are preparing to sign ex-Metalurg Donetsk defender Vasyl Pryima, pending a medical.
The Trofeo Berlusconi will be between Milan and rivals Inter at San Siro on October 21.
Marcelo Brozovic’s agent won’t rule out a January exit. “It’s up to Inter to decide.”
Chelsea have officially given a contract to former Milan and Livorno goalkeeper Marco Amelia.
Milan CEO Adriano Galliani confirmed they “absolutely have faith” in Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic.
Sebastian Giovinco says just being called up by Italy after joining Toronto FC “is already a victory.”
Claudio Marchisio and Stefano Sturaro returned to training with Juventus today after injuries.
Federico Bernardeschi, Marco Benassi and Alessio Romagnoli are among starters in Italy’s Under-21 Euro qualifier with Slovenia.
Montenegro CT Branko Brnovic admits it’s unlikely Inter’s Stevan Jovetic will be fit to face Austria.
Italy CT Antonio Conte experimented with a 4-4-2 formation in this morning’s training session.
Reports suggest Roma’s Juan Iturbe will leave in January to find first-team football.
Issa Hayatou will serve as President of FIFA during Sepp Blatter’s suspension, the organisation confirms.
Scottish referee Willie Collum will take charge of Italy’s visit to Azerbaijan on Saturday.
Napoli midfielder Allan believes it’s too early to talk of a Scudetto challenge - “there’s a long way to go.”
Juventus goalkeeper Neto believes players returning from injury can help the Bianconeri move up the table.
Inter full-back Dodo is sure the Nerazzurri can “stay near the top and play to the end” for the Scudetto.
Alessandro Gamberini says Chievo's defensive record is the result of long-term work, while praising Fiorentina's project.
FIFA have banned President Joseph Blatter, Vice-President and UEFA President Michel Platini and others for 90 days over corruption charges.