NEWS

Adel Taarabt confirms he “hopes to stay at Milan, as with this jersey I manage to give 100 per cent.”
Sampdoria Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic is being linked with the vacant job at Tottenham.
Ricky Kaka insists he’s “not surprised” to be out of Brazil’s World Cup squad, but won’t commit his future to Milan yet.
Sampdoria defender Shkodran Mustafi admits it is “a dream” to be in Germany’s provisional World Cup squad.
Livorno released a statement confirming a meeting with Stefano Bandecchi, but denied the club was already sold.
Edy Reja warned Inter that on Saturday Lazio will play “the game of our lives” to enter the Europa League.
There are claims Claudio Ranieri could return as Coach of Cagliari if American owners take over from Massimo Cellino.
It’s reported Ciro Immobile and Juventus have already given the all-clear for a summer move to Borussia Dortmund.
Gervinho reveals he found his confidence at Roma, as the club “is like a family” and he wants another goal against Juventus.
Yet another worker has been killed at the site of a World Cup stadium in Brazil, said officials.
Inter are close to securing Turkish defender Caner Erkin from Fenerbahce, beating competition from Roma.
Forbes released their list of the most valuable football clubs in the world with five Italians in the top 20.
Stefano Bandecchi announced the deal to buy Livorno from President Aldo Spinelli is “99 per cent complete.”
Multiple reports from France and Italy suggest Napoli are in advanced negotiations with Olympique Marseille for Andre Ayew.
It’s reported Antonio Conte received ‘guarantees for a top Juventus squad’ in order to extend his contract.
Agent Mino Raiola assures Milan “told me Mario Balotelli is not for sale, though we’ll hear many rumours.”
A delegation from Borussia Dortmund is said to have arrived in Turin to open talks regarding the signing of Ciro Immobile.
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi has called for a return to the days when Serie A clubs were obliged to have a certain number of Italians in their squads.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito has once again come out in defence of his tenure at Stadio Olimpico.
Fiorentina’s Mario Gomez says this season has been the worst of his career following his exclusion from Germany’s provisional World Cup squad.
The kick-off time for the Serie A match between Roma and Juventus has been moved forward by three hours, it has been announced.
Sampdoria’s Shkodran Mustafi and Lazio’s Miroslav Klose are the only Serie A players included in Germany’s provisional World Cup squad.
Brazil icon Pele believes Kaka and Robinho would have played an important role in the Brazil World Cup squad, had they been selected.
Italy remain in ninth place in the latest edition of the FIFA World Rankings, which were announced this morning.
Ex-Milan player and Coach Cesare Maldini believes it will be difficult for the Rossoneri to return to compete at the top of European football.
Parma C.E.O. Pietro Leonardi believes his side can beat Torino on Sunday, saying the Granata are not Bayern Munich or Real Madrid.
It has been announced that Milan Coach Clarence Seedorf will work as a pundit for the BBC during this summer’s World Cup.
Cesare Prandelli says that one of the reasons he has decided to stay on at Italy Coach was that the timing ‘didn’t feel right’ to open talks with clubs.
Paris Saint-Germain have distanced themselves from Paul Pogba, as his agent comments that talks over a Juventus contract will continue shortly.
Cesare Prandelli has mused on the differences he sees between Serie A and other leagues, such as La Liga and the Premier League.
Giorgio Chiellini has outlined his belief that Italy must advance to the knockout stages at the World Cup because: “We can compete with anyone.”
Reports today list Premier League duo Chelsea and Manchester United as also interested in Juventus’ Paul Pogba this summer.
Cesare Prandelli has reiterated that no-one is guaranteed a spot in his Italy squad, as he confirms he will select seven strikers next week for five places.
Michel Platini says Serie A is ‘no less spectacular’ than La Liga or the Premier League, as he reflects on Juventus’ new focus towards Europe.
Giorgio Chiellini says wins over Genoa and Udinese provided the ‘fundamental shift’ in Juventus winning the Scudetto, the season’s ‘biggest objective’.

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