NEWS

Roma continue their Premier League operations, as after links with Gervinho they are now tracking Darren Bent.
It’s reported Edinson Cavani’s agents have flown to Paris, but PSG director Leonardo has officially resigned.
Mathieu Flamini has explained that he received a two-year contract offer from Milan, but is now hoping for a return to the Premier League.
Juventus have officially presented their new away kit for 2013-14, revealing a return to traditional colours of yellow and blue.
Manchester United and Chelsea are reportedly up against Manchester City to try and sign Fiorentina’s Stevan Jovetic, whose agent is reportedly in England.
Napoli are the latest side to be linked with a move this summer for Real Madrid centre-back Raul Albiol.
Fredy Guarin says he sees himself at Inter next season, as he remarks at Walter Mazzarri’s first training session with the players.
Erick Thohir’s consultant has made clear that the Indonesian has set no deadlines for completing an investment in Inter and could wait ‘months’.
Roma are reportedly just a few details away from finalising a deal to sign PSV Eindhoven’s Kevin Strootman.
FIGC has confirmed that Lazio, Genoa, Lecce and eight players including Stefano Mauri will face various charges relating to Calcioscommesse.
Juventus will reportedly turn their attention to Alessandro Diamanti, if Emanuele Giaccherini completes a deal to Sunderland.
Carlos Tevez has laughed off suggestions that Juventus think he is overweight, and affirmed that his career with Argentina is ‘a closed chapter’.
Massimo Moratti has indicated that Erick Thohir’s takeover of Inter isn’t a certainty, but that the club signing a ‘top player’ could happen.
Vincenzo Montella says Fiorentina’s work on the pitch will determine if they can challenge for the Scudetto.
Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly ready to rival Manchester United this summer for Inter’s Andrea Ranocchia.
Livorno have announced the capture of Inter duo Francesco Bardi and Marco Benassi and Fiorentina’s Cristiano Piccini on loan.
Robinho could soon complete a move from Milan to Santos, as the Brazilians' board reportedly meet to formalise an offer.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
There are reports Napoli requested Marco Verratti as part of Edinson Cavani’s imminent move to PSG.
Internacional directors reveal they rejected “an €18m verbal offer from Napoli” for Leandro Damiao.
An extraordinary scandal is erupting after Roma threatened legal action against a radio station that aired private conversations between their directors.
Antonio Di Natale has officially signed a contract extension with Udinese until 2015 with an option for another year.
Fiorentina warned “we won’t wait much longer” for Juventus to offer €30m cash for Stevan Jovetic after Manchester City showed an interest.
La Gazzetta dello Sport claims Emanuele Giaccherini is on the verge of moving from Juventus to Sunderland.
Walter Gargano’s agent confirmed Benfica talks, while Napoli teammate Emanuele Calaiò rejected a move to PAOK FC.
Cagliari director of sport Nicola Salerno rubbished claims Inter have a deal for Radja Nainggolan, denying they’ve even made an offer.
Napoli have announced Jose Maria Callejon will undergo a medical tomorrow ahead of his move from Real Madrid.
Russia manager Fabio Capello believes Juventus will win a third consecutive Scudetto, plus commented on Mario Balotelli and Edinson Cavani.
Inter officially signed Mauro Icardi, but it is only a co-ownership agreement with Sampdoria.
Dutch media claim PSV Eindhoven talent Kevin Strootman is close to joining Roma for €15m.
New Ajax signing Bojan Krkic admits it was “a mistake” to accept transfers for Roma and Milan.
There are reports Juventus have agreed a €15m deal with Torino for Angelo Ogbonna, freezing out Napoli.
Juventus have officially secured co-ownership deals with Sampdoria for Manolo Gabbiadini and Sassuolo for Simone Zaza.
Today is the seventh anniversary of Italy’s World Cup triumph in Berlin, as recalled by Fabio Cannavaro. Where were you?
While Bologna secure Rolando Bianchi, Torino have officially signed Cesare Bovo and Matteo Brighi.

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