NEWS

Milan could sell half of M’baye Niang to Sampdoria in exchange for full ownership of Andrea Poli.
CSKA Moscow have reiterated they won’t sell Keisuke Honda to Milan “unless there is a suitable offer.”
Sampdoria Coach Delio Rossi feels the pressure of starting a new season. “I hope I can live up to expectations.”
Maurizio Zamparini praised Coach Gennaro Gattuso and claims together they can make Palermo “the Milan of the South.”
Luca Toni explains he chose Serie A newcomers Hellas Verona because “I can lend a hand to this team.”
Alessandro Diamanti blasted reports he wants to join Juventus or Milan. “I am the leader and captain of Bologna.”
Massimiliano Allegri admitted to concerns after Milan’s 2-1 win in Valencia, above all Robinho’s injury.
There are reports Napoli have increased their offer for Jackson Martinez, though Porto are still asking for €40m.
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Atalanta earned a shock 5-2 victory over 10-man Udinese in the Trofeo Bortolotti, as Marko Livaja bagged a brace.
Milan conquered Valencia 2-1 at the Mestalla and will therefore face Inter or Chelsea in the Guinness International Champions Cup.
Vincenzo Montella is still not satisfied with Fiorentina’s 7-0 win over Apollon Limassol and reveals why he dropped Adem Ljajic.
Yohan Benalouane has thanked clubs around Europe for their interest, including Real Madrid, “but I am happy at Parma.”
Catania and Cagliari notched up plenty of goals in their friendlies, while Torino beat a Lega Pro side 2-0.
Fiorentina continued to impress with a 7-0 thrashing of Apollon Limassol, as Mario Gomez was on target and Giuseppe Rossi scored twice.
Mauro Icardi enjoyed the “satisfaction of scoring my first goal for Inter” in a 1-1 draw with Hamburg today.
Bologna fell to a 1-0 defeat against Greek side AEL Kalloni this afternoon.
Walter Mazzarri feels Inter’s first real test of the summer went “better than expected” in a 1-1 draw with Hamburg.
Genoa Coach Fabio Liverani admits he “owes a debt” to President Enrico Preziosi for hiring him.
Mauro Icardi was on target as Inter earned a 1-1 friendly draw away to Hamburg this afternoon.
Pablo Armero and Juan Camilo Zuniga revealed hidden talents while at pre-season training with Napoli.
Livorno confirmed a deal with Inter for Samuele Longo and close on Colombian midfielder Sergio Mosquera.
Inter forward Ishak Belfodil insists being compared to Karim Benzema “is a compliment, but I don’t want to think about it.”
Marco Borriello and Mattia Destro are left out of Roma’s US tour, fuelling reports of an exit for the senior striker.
Robinho hopes “this can be my year and that of Milan,” after renewing his contract with the San Siro giants.
Napoli have officially signed Gonzalo Higuain from Real Madrid, but did not confirm the €37m transfer fee.
Paris Saint-Germain have denied reports they’ll bring in former Juventus director Roberto Bettega to replace Leonardo.
Players’ Association President Damiano Tommasi reminded Kevin Constant of the “code of behaviour” after he stormed off due to racist abuse.
Fiorentina have renewed their attempts to sign Julio Cesar from QPR and could beat Arsenal to his signature.
A legal battle is underway after Velez Sarsfield signed Mauro Zarate, even though he is still under contract with Lazio.
Roma have named their squad for the summer tour of the United States of America and Canada.
Hernan Crespo is “not surprised” Carlos Tevez and Gonzalo Higuain turned down other options to join Juventus and Napoli.
Torino goalkeeper Jean-Francois Gillet saw his 43-month ban upheld on appeal, though Willian Pianu had his innocent verdict overturned.
Genoa captain Marco Rossi has retired and will become a director, while the club buys Rodney Strasser from Milan.
Francesco Guidolin warns Udinese they cannot make a mistake in their Europa League play-off with Siroki. “It’s incredibly important.”

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