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Stevan Jovetic has refused to rule out a return to Italy, but insists he is happy at Manchester City.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini has claimed that he will continue to support Carlo Tavecchio for the FIGC presidency.
Davide Astori has admitted he could ‘write a novel’, such is his gratitude to Cagliari and its fans.
FIFA have written to the Italian Football Federation to request that they investigate remarks made by prospective FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio.
Speculation that Napoli are in talks with Manchester United over a proposed loan move for Marouane Fellaini has been played down.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero has called on his Serie A counterparts to meet as soon as possible to ‘re-evaluate their position’ on Carlo Tavecchio.
Zdenek Zeman says that Juventus ‘have not lost anything’ in Antonio Conte’s departure, whilst he plays down expectation on Roma.
Zdenek Zeman says that whilst prospective FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio’s words were ‘inappropriate’, he also says that they were ‘in essence, right’.
Aurelio De Laurentiis has presented his theory as to why Jose Callejon and Valon Behrami both left Napoli’s training yesterday early.
Christian Maggio has moved on from missing the World Cup and says he is not nervous about sitting on the bench at Napoli.
Clubs in Serie A will this evening discover the order of play for the 2014-15 season, as fixtures are due to be drawn up.
Mino Raiola says players could take legal action against prospective FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio, as he suggests Oliver Bierhoff as a new candidate.
Arturo Vidal is expected to meet with Beppe Marotta and Massimiliano Allegri today to discuss his future at Juventus.
Juventus’ players who played at the World Cup have almost all returned to Vinovo today to begin pre-season training.
Juventus are reportedly meeting with Fiorentina this week to continue early talks over a swap involving Stefan Savic and Mauricio Isla.
President and owner Silvio Berlusconi reportedly did not take Milan’s defeat to Manchester City very well.
Pippo Inzaghi took responsibility for Milan’s second heavy defeat of pre-season and urged his players to improve by next game.
Today's front page headlines from La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport.
Milan were humiliated 5-1 by Manchester City, as Pippo Inzaghi suffered another heavy American defeat.
Mateo Kovacic held a Twitter Q&A today, giving his views on teammates, idols and why Americans should support Inter.
Stefano Okaka netted twice as Sampdoria crushed Serie D outfit Pro Settimo 9-0.
Hellas Verona played an impressive 1-1 draw with Rubin Kazan, decided by veteran hitman Luca Toni.
Fiorentina have become the first Serie A club to remove their support for race row candidate Carlo Tavecchio.
Romulo has already left the Verona training camp to complete his Juventus transfer.
Richmond Boakye is immediately making an impression at Atalanta, scoring four in a 13-0 victory.
Zdenek Zeman was pleased with Cagliari’s 8-0 friendly win, as Andrea Cossu and Samuele Longo scored braces.
Stefano Okaka wants Carlo Tavecchio to step down as FIGC Presidential candidate after “unacceptable, scandalous” comments.
Antonio Nocerino was on target, but Torino could only muster a 1-1 draw with Teramo.
There was more tension at Napoli today, as after Jose Callejon was told to leave, Valon Behrami stormed off too.
Christian Abbiati told Milan teammate Mario Balotelli he can be as good as Zlatan Ibrahimovic – “if he gives 100 per cent.”
Dutch sources confirm Lazio made the “only” offer for Feyenoord’s Stefan De Vrij, despite Manchester United links.
Davide Astori flew in to join his Roma teammates in America, while Gervinho finally started training in Italy.
Demetrio Albertini has formalised his candidacy for FIGC President as the racism row drags on for Carlo Tavecchio.
Spanish sources claim Barcelona have a deal to take Juan Guillermo Cuadrado from Fiorentina in 2015.
Colombia captain Mario Yepes is close to joining Sampdoria after his spell at Atalanta.

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