NEWS

Angelo Ogbonna has finished his medical at Juventus and is likely to be confirmed as a Bianconeri player later this afternoon.
Bologna have missed out on striker Roque Santa Cruz after the Paraguay international signed for Malaga.
Rolando Bianchi has claimed that he 'has the enthusiasm of a child' over his move from Torino to Bologna.
Walter Mazzarri has claimed that Inter are up for the challenge of next season, but failed to comment on any potential business the club may do.
The Gazzetta dello Sport have claimed that Bartosz Salamon is on the verge of a move to Sampdoria.
Milan vice-President Adriano Galliani will meet with Antonio Candreva’s agent to discuss a possible move.
Arturo Vidal looks to be on the verge of signing a new contract with Juventus, reports this afternoon have suggested.
Roma legend Francesco Totti has hinted that he may retire at the end of the 2013/14 season.
Football Italia will be live streaming Antonio Conte’s first Press conference of the season at 2.30pm UK time, 3.30pm CET.
Lazio have released a statement backing captain Stefano Mauri after it was confirmed he will face charges relating to Calcioscommesse.
Rumours continue to circulate in the British Press that Daniele De Rossi’s move to Chelsea is all-but agreed.
Cagliari President Massimo Cellino has admitted that it 'breaks my heart' to see the club move away from the Is Arenas.
Pablo Osvaldo is back training for Roma, despite reports linking the striker with a move away from Stadio Olimpico.
Genoa are hoping to lure Emiliano Viviano to the club as Sebastian Frey verges on a move to Turkish side Bursaspor.
Stevan Jovetic looks to be edging closer to a move to Manchester City, if claims in the British Press are to be believed.
Manchester United are interested in bringing Cagliari defender Davide Astori to the Premier League, reports claim.
Napoli have a summer friendly against Paris Saint-Germain set for July 30, but insiders at the club are nervous about the match.
Reports in the Italian Press have suggested that Inter could make a move for Juventus defender Mauricio Isla.
Stefano Mauri's lawyer has insisted that the Lazio player is entirely innocent of match-fixing after the FIGC confirmed he will face charges.
With Emanuele Giaccherini leaving for Sunderland, Juventus are hoping to reinvest that cash in a bid for Alessandro Diamanti.
Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Marco Verratti wants Zlatan Ibrahimovic to stay at the club, despite rumours of his departure.
Torino defender Angelo Ogbonna is undergoing a medical with Juventus this morning ahead of his transfer.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
It’s reported Santos have abandoned their attempts to sign Robinho, citing financial difficulties, so he will remain at Milan.
Italian media claim Juventus midfielder Emanuele Giaccherini has accepted a transfer to Sunderland worth €8m (£6.9m).
Santos confirmed they will give a definitive answer to Robinho and Milan this evening after a board meeting.
Roma “have made no offer” for Kevin Strootman and PSV warn they’ll only sell for a very impressive bid.
Basel defender Aleksandar Dragovic hopes Inter can “reach an agreement quickly” for his transfer.
PSG could be about to tempt Roma into selling Marquinhos for €30m, sending Thiago Silva to Barcelona.
Antonio Di Natale assures he “never had a doubt” on Udinese, having signed a new lifetime contract with the club.
FIGC President Giancarlo Abete is confident the Serie A season “can begin with clarity” after Lazio and Genoa were charged in a match-fixing scandal.
There are reports Roma want Douglas Maicon on loan, while Fiorentina’s David Pizarro could return to Manchester City.
Newly-promoted Livorno are on the verge of signing Ukraine international striker Artem Milevsky from Dynamo Kiev.
Adriano Galliani confirmed Robinho will either join Santos by July 20 or remain, denied a bid for Andrea Ranocchia and met for Adem Ljajic “this morning.”
Jackson Martinez has been linked with Napoli and his agent insists the Porto striker “can do better than Edinson Cavani.”

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