NEWS

Giovanni Trapattoni believes that Juventus are still the team to beat this season, even without Antonio Conte.
Reports continue to suggest that this is a crucial week for Fiorentina to determine Juan Cuadrado’s future at the club.
Gianluigi Buffon sees Massimiliano Allegri as ‘one of the group’ at Juventus, whilst he reflects again on heartache suffered with Italy.
Pippo Inzaghi and Adriano Galliani are due to discuss Milan’s transfer strategy, as reports indicate Robinho may have an out to Dubai.
Whilst Milan have another approach turned down, Torino are reportedly intent on extending Alessio Cerci’s contract.
Alessandro Del Piero has reiterated his intention to continue playing for at least one more year: “This is my passion.”
Massimo Cellino confirms Leeds won’t sign Federico Viviani, but speculation is they are closing in on Frederik Sorensen.
Torino Coach Giampiero Ventura admits that if an ‘indisputable offer’ arrives for Alessio Cerci, then it will be hard to turn down.
Miralem Pjanic says his choice to stay at Roma was made ‘from the heart’, whilst he backs Mehdi Benatia as also hoping for the same.
Miralem Pjanic has explained Roma’s ambition for the season and also the difference in rapport between Zdenek Zeman and Rudi Garcia.
Former Juventus Coach Antonio Conte is reportedly unwilling to take the Italy job this summer, should he be offered it.
Juventus are reportedly considering a move to take Manchester United’s Javier Hernandez this summer, ahead of Inter.
Massimo Ferrero has made clear his ambition is to ‘do anything and everything’ to see Sampdoria qualify for Europe.
The Gazzetta dello Sport reiterate that Gary Medel will be Inter player by Wednesday, and report on how he helped to facilitate his move.
Dani Osvaldo is expected to arrive in Milan on Monday ahead of completing his move to Inter this week, in time to join training on Thursday.
Brendan Rodgers has played down speculation linking Liverpool with making a move this summer for Milan forward Mario Balotelli.
Andrea Agnelli has reportedly pressed upon the Juventus team the importance of their tour to Asia and Oceania.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
It’s reported Arsenal and Costa Rica striker Joel Campbell had a “positive” meeting with Milan today.
Sky Sport Italia report Marouane Fellaini could be in Italy tomorrow for Napoli if Manchester United pay half his wages.
Palermo were held 2-2 by Serie B side Brescia, fighting back from 2-0 down at the break.
There are reports Pepe Reina is negotiating a termination with Liverpool, which would leave him free to re-join Napoli.
Verona wore Superman shirts today in honour of Vangelis Moras, who is donating bone marrow to his brother.
Dani Osvaldo and Gary Medel should have their Inter medicals next week after deals with Southampton and Cardiff City.
Liverpool are tracking PSG striker Ezequiel Lavezzi, but Juventus, Milan and Inter propose a Serie A return.
Claudio Lotito assures Lazio will “do everything to qualify for Europe and win back the Rome Derby.”
Roma goalkeeper Morgan De Sanctis confirms “the Scudetto is our primary objective” and he will be fit for the start of the season.
Vincenzo Montella said Fiorentina “enjoyed ourselves” in the South American tour after they beat Universitario.
Arturo Vidal and new signings Romulo and Roberto Pereyra go with Juventus on their tour of Asia.
Sampdoria’s World Cup winner Shkodran Mustafi is wanted by Napoli, Juventus, Eintracht Frankfurt and Valencia.
Carlo Tavecchio said “not even John F Kennedy’s assassin had to suffer” this pressure over his racist comments.
Parma have reiterated their support for racism-row FIGC Presidential candidate Carlo Tavecchio.
Sampdoria unveiled a new initiative this season, as ball boys will be replaced by ball ladies on the touchline.
Juventus are considering an offer for Greece international Konstantinos Manolas of Olympiacos.
Roma star Daniele De Rossi said Italian football can’t fight racism if Carlo Tavecchio isn’t made to resign.

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