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A further indication that Dejan Stankovic is on his way out of Inter this summer has come in Matias Silvestre training in his old number.
Roma Coach Zdenek Zeman has rubbished the suggestion that he is wearing out his Roma players in their pre-season retreat.
Adriano Galliani has again stated that Milan have finished their business in the transfer market, but admits to never say never.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Leandro Castan is confident that he will be able to prove his worth at Roma once he completes his move from Corinthians.
Roma youngster Andrea Bertolacci is being strongly linked with a possible move to Serie A rivals Genoa.
Reports from Brazil are suggesting that Inter have done a deal for Corinthians midfielder Paulinho.
Available Juventus winger Milos Krasic will only entertain offers from England, Spain or Germany.
Genoa have wasted no time in shooting down speculation that Alberto Gilardino could be set for a shock return to Fiorentina.
Bologna have intimated that Federico Agliardi will be promoted to first choice goalkeeper after the sale of Jean-Francois Gillet.
Chievo boss Mimmo Di Carlo insists his side will start the new season with the same intention as past campaigns – to avoid relegation.
Siena striker Mattia Destro still doesn’t know where he will be playing next season, says his father Flavio.
Newly promoted Torino have confirmed the signing of Marco Migliorini from Lega Pro outfit Chieti.
Boca Juniors stopper Facundo Roncaglia has confirmed that he’ll be in Italy next week to complete a move to Fiorentina.
Veteran Javier Zanetti says he has still not made a decision on whether this will be his last season as an Inter player.
Serie A side Catania have named a 32-man squad as they meet up for the start of their pre-season training.
Inter boss Andrea Stramaccioni says Wesley Sneijder is key to his plans – but he wouldn’t veto any eventual sale.
Palermo have confirmed that Giulio Migliaccio has put in a transfer request at the Stadio Renzo Barbera.
Roma boss Zdenek Zeman says he still hasn’t decided how he will use captain Francesco Totti in 2012-13.
Devis Mangia has admitted he’s been contacted about the Italian Under-21 job – but Palermo will have a say in his future.
Sampdoria have joined Torino in the chase to sign available Catania striker Maxi Lopez, writes the Gazzetta dello Sport.
Napoli will announce the captures of Pablo Armero and Juan Cuadrado from Udinese on Monday, suggests a report in Il Mattino.
Juventus may switch their “top player” transfer attention to Stevan Jovetic as an alternative to their striker objective.
Palermo have yet again insisted that Federico Balzaretti will remain after new links with capital club Lazio.
New Inter signing Matias Silvestre says he has realised a dream by being able to play alongside Walter Samuel.
Italian legend Roberto Baggio is being linked with the Modena job by the Corriere dello Sport on Saturday.
Thiago Silva is optimistic ahead of the new Serie A season after Milan opted against selling him to Paris Saint-Germain.
Portuguese right-back Jose Bosingwa has held talks with Roma – but his salary demands are reportedly blocking an agreement.
Napoli are expected to agree a new long-term contract with their promising youngster Lorenzo Insigne this week, Sky Sport Italia reports.
Pescara’s teenage sensation Marco Verratti has refused to rule out the possibility of moving to either Juventus or Paris-Saint Germain this summer.
Napoli have held tentative talks with Milan about selling Andrea Dossena, claims the player’s agent Roberto La Florio.
Roma’s Matteo Brighi has edged closer to signing for Torino, Sky Sport Italia understands.
Fiorentina could reveal the signings of Emiliano Viviano, Mounir El Hamdaoui and Francesco Della Rocca on Monday morning, according to Sky Sport Italia.
Goalkeeper Samir Handanovic will reportedly have a penalty bonus clause inserted into his Inter contract.
Today's front-page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.

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